Food Court Druids, Cherohonkees and Other Creatures Unique to theRepublic (英語) ペーパーバック – 2004/10/31
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A hilarious take on the newly classified but recognizable archetypes of contemporary culture looks at such popular characters as the Lieberal, a Democrat with Republican sympathies; Uncle Tomatoes, Italians who hate
Robert Lanham is the author of the bestselling The Hipster Handbook and editor in chief of freewilliamsburg.com. His work has appeared in The New York Times, Playboy, and Time Out New York.
Jeff Bechtel illustrated the bestseller The Hipster Handbook. His art has appeared in many major magazines..
1. Happy Mondays--overbearing, needy bovine office workers with "overly earnest or maternal natures."
2. Office Lichens--needy geeks who are dead weight at the office and make their co-workers work harder to make-up for their sloth and incompetence.
3. TGIFs--emotionally retarded males who read Maxim and impose their obnoxious, adolescent masculinity on everyone in the office.
4. Alpha Weasels--backstabbing employees who act sycophantic to your face.
5. The Lifer--incompetent nincompoops who, inert in their comfort zone, never change jobs.
6. Sigmund Fruits--narcissists who feel compelled to tell you in detail their dreams as if their nocturnal visions are the most special events to be discussed.
The accompanying illustrations seem to capture the very needy faces we've all seen at the office and elsewhere as we try to navigate around the various annoying specimens rendered in this very funny book.
Finally, let me add that the author includes a website so that readers can contribute their own specimens, a list of which is posted on the website.