From the makers of the infamous Sex Position Coloring Book comes a new batch of.... honest literature.
Ever wanted to find the right thing to say only to be left tongue-tied? Ever wanted so badly to tell someone where they can take their bad attitude but just too afraid to let it out?
Ever tweeted something like this?
I would like to start carrying post its with YOU ARE NOT A COMPACT VEHICLE pre-written on them.— AJ (@AmandaJoy) March 14, 2014
Well how excited was I that Ulysses Press sent me these for review. GENIUS.
Sorry I Had Sex on Your Bed: And Other Tear-Out Apologies for Your Awkward Screwups is a hilarious collection of snarky mea culpa cards to be torn out and given to wronged friends, coworkers, and family members. It includes gems such as “I’m sorry I tried to spice things up without asking first" and these modern day predicament solutions:
Seriously?! Delightfully Passive Aggressive Cards is a perfectly brazen collection of cards designed to be left for roommates, frenemies, coworkers, strangers, and neighbors who’ve Gone. Too. Far. Examples: “Maybe tomorrow I could pet your elephants? Love, Your downstairs neighbor” and “Touch my lunch again and I’ll cut you.” (I think that will totes make me friends at the office.)
This one was my favorite....
You’re Cute: Cards to Break the Ice is a witty collection of cards to capture the attention of someone new. Favorites include “This is me flirting with you...” and “It was either this or a Missed Connection.” I should probably carry this with me at all social outings. It might serve me better than standing in the corner nursing a dirty martini....
I've saved the best for last though.
Parking Tickets: For Those Who’ve Crossed the Line is a superb collection of snarky cards for drivers of badly parked cars. Try “I used to park like this. Then I turned 6” or “Hope you’re better between the sheets than you are between the lines.”
Well you know I had to try at least one of these books out, so I did. This one. The other night when a massive truck parked so close to my car I had to climb into my seat from the passenger side. But not before this:
And you know I wasn't letting this go without a giveaway. The world must know they suck at parking or have sex too loudly next door. I want to share these books with all of you. Enter for a chance to win below!
Disclosure: Product was provided for review. Opinions were provided by me.