Race Me in A Lobster Suit
Absurd Internet Ads and the Real Conversations That FollowedDownloadable Audiobook - 2019
When New York City copywriter Kelly Mahon started posting weird, fake gig ads as a creative outlet, she found that there was someone interested in every bizarre offer she came up with. And the subsequent awkward email threads were equally hilarious and bizarre. Collects Mahon's funniest fabrications, plus the hysterical email conversations that followed as she ratcheted up the crazy. While some respondents become suspicious, others seem willing to play along with the joke. And don't worry, everyone involved agreed to share their emails in the book, so there are no hard feelings. In a world where it seems like everyone's suspicious of everyone else, it's nice to know that there are still people who will at least consider helping a stranger reenact a recurring spider nightmare or explain the principles of pig Latin to a baffled mother of three.
Publisher: [Ashland, OR] : Blackstone, 
Characteristics: 1 online resource (6 audio discs (7 hr.))
Call Number: AXIS360 EAUDIOBOOK 004.678 MAHON
Alternative Title: Axis 360 (Digital media service)
From Library Staff
Quirky, a perfect word to describe this collection of crazy internet pranks and surprising, oftentimes ridiculous, email exchanges.