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Feel Free to Quote Me: 365 days of social commentary, serial commas, and cursing.

by The Captain

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Satirical wit, unapologetic observation, and relentless tough love - this book is exactly what it claims to be: commentary, commas, and cursing. With topics ranging from fake gluten allergies, to the practice of safe sex, and dogs being, well, way better than cats, it's ideal for awkward first dates, late nights, and dinners with friends. (Oh, and did we mention it contains a ton of F-words?)… (more)

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Satirical wit, unapologetic observation, and relentless tough love - this book is exactly what it claims to be: commentary, commas, and cursing. With topics ranging from fake gluten allergies, to the practice of safe sex, and dogs being, well, way better than cats, it's ideal for awkward first dates, late nights, and dinners with friends. (Oh, and did we mention it contains a ton of F-words?)

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