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I Am Going to Clone Myself Then Kill the Clone and Eat It

I Am Going to Clone Myself Then Kill the Clone and Eat It The Holy Bible of Bad Feelings returns Longtime bipolar idiot Sam Pink brings you right back to the beginning with this remastered edition of his first underground hit Find out why it would be great t

  • Title: I Am Going to Clone Myself Then Kill the Clone and Eat It
  • Author: Sam Pink
  • ISBN: 9781621050278
  • Page: 420
  • Format: Paperback
  • The Holy Bible of Bad Feelings returns Longtime bipolar idiot Sam Pink brings you right back to the beginning with this remastered edition of his first underground hit Find out why it would be great to get accidentally killed by a bus Find out how to perform hardcore sex and never have any fun Find out why it would be better if your mom was a Ugandan hooker And find ouThe Holy Bible of Bad Feelings returns Longtime bipolar idiot Sam Pink brings you right back to the beginning with this remastered edition of his first underground hit Find out why it would be great to get accidentally killed by a bus Find out how to perform hardcore sex and never have any fun Find out why it would be better if your mom was a Ugandan hooker And find out how to fill your mouth with confetti before blowing your own head off.Because a dead horse isn t ever fully beaten Because when you get to Hell there will be a seat saved for you Because you can t afford too many hellos Because every time you come home, you stand in the door way and think, It s time for a monster to eat me now And then a monster eats you Be brave enough to read this book.Be brave enough to clone yourself then kill the clone and eat it.

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    1. you will be my friend until i say something to you in person that frightens youat's pretty much what you need to know going into this book. it is a collection of poetic musings by a bipolar writer that really captures the highs and the lows, and expresses them in a way that feels claustrophobic but also fresh and lovely, even when the subject matter does in fact become frighteningthere are moments of desperate tenderness:-i wish i were the person you imagine yourself to be because then you'd lov [...]

    2. Not so much a review, as a series of quotes from the book interspersed with some things comments, more out of an obligation to fill the space in between the quotes than out of any desire to communicate anything with anyone about myself or this book.And I know different methods of self-destruction but none as intense as sitting still by myself.I've got some mixed feelings about this book.One on the one hand it's hilarious. And then I think about some recent things going on around these parts of [...]

    3. I began reading a random page out loud and everyone in the room made faces. At first, they asked me if it was something I had written.I said, "No." And then I added, "This is by Sam Pink, not me."So they asked me, "Who the f*** is Sam Pink?"And I said "Sam Pink is a new author I am trying out."I read a couple more pages from the book and now all my friends want I AM GOING TO CLONE MYSELF THEN KILL THE CLONE AND EAT IT.I said "Yes," to them but really, I know I will never give them I AM GOING TO [...]

    4. You're walking by a cemetery, and you think, "oh yeah that's right"When you read this Sam Pink book you start to say what the fuck am I reading. You read it aloud to someone and they look at you like you are brushing your teeth with a toliet brush.A hope for a bus to kill you, Will you move in with Sam Pink? An incomplete list of things to be reincarnated as. To envy the moon with such anger. Trips to the library but not for books. Genital Mutilation with an unwanted item. Sam Pink is a bizarre [...]

    5. I've interviewed Sam Pink, I've exchanged several e-mails with Sam Pink, I've read his stories on-line, I have read his blog and I have even read marveled at his artwork, yet as I read through his debut collection, I don't know if I know anything more about Mr. Pink then when I started. Much of his book is written in first person, but I find myself asking what person. At first glance this is a series of surface exchanges, mundane encounters filtered through a slightly damaged mind, but as the br [...]

    6. Aion kloonata itseni on kokoelma alunperin blogiin kirjoitettua fiktiivis-tunnustuksellista runoutta, proosaa ja pienoisnäytelmiä, täynnä väkivaltaista ja kornilla tavalla muka-shokeeraavaa kieltä, joka toistuessaan muuttuu miellyttäväksi. Kirja muistuttaa tasoltaan kaikkia myöhäisillan tyhjäpäisyyksiä, pieniä, naurettavia ja paisutellen mutistuja keskusteluja, joita olen harrastanut silmät puoliummessa kohta 20 vuotta lähimpien ystävieni seurassa ja jotka eivät jätä edes oiv [...]

    7. El caos se llama Sam Pink. El origen de la destrucción se llama Sam Pink. La entropía más sórdida con la que me he cruzado alguna vez en mi vida se llama Sam Pink.Este chico hila fino con agujas oxidadas. Y el resultado es un tejido con motivos hipnóticos que produce urticaria al contacto con la piel -cualquier tipo de piel-. A veces da en en la diana al diseccionar la soledad propia de cualquiera que ande perdido en una gran ciudad. Pero también marea. Y salta de rama en rama sin lógica [...]

    8. It's the kind of thing you need to read a few times, like old poetry, only less boring. Seemingly disconnected short bits, long bits, prose poetry, plays. But not that you feel jostled from one thing to the next - more like thinking, where this thought naturally but unpredictably maybe leads to that one. Engrossing imagery that sticks to the inside of your eyelids. Darkness handled with the innocence, lightness, the awakening curiosity of an eight year-old boy. One of those precocious ones that [...]

    9. Sam Pink has a way with words, to put it mildly. Much of I Am Going to Clone Myself Then Kill the Clone and Eat It is humorous due to its outright zaniness. Pink's lines about intestines are especially funny--"I will donate my organs provided that my large intestine (undamaged) will be used as a snorkel" (37), and "I bet a large intestine filled with marbles would be a good or even great weapon" (41). But, I do wish there were more stories a la "7 Versions of the Same Version" and "Conversation. [...]

    10. After the first story my reaction was "WHAT THE FLYING FUCK". It was beautiful, and that feeling came to me after almost every short short story in this collection. Reading Sam Pink makes me feel warm, ugly, alive, reptilian, exposed, and true.If you've ever read the fantastic indy comic Johnny the Homicidal Maniac you know that Johnny updates a "Die-ary" periodically. This IS Die-ary in all it's disgusting isolated glory. I'm going to be reading this over and over and over again probably until [...]

    11. I wanted to like this--I bought four of Sam Pink's books in one go (thinking that my love for Scott McClanahan was enough of a reason) and this is the first one I read. To me, this book was mostly worthless. There are some great moments, like Roller Hockey, Apartment, An Incomplete List of the Things I'd Like to Be Reincarnated As, and maybe even Today I hope a Bus Accidentally Kills Me. Sam Pink is, at his best, an enormously clever writer grasping at his own discontent and self-loathing, but o [...]

    12. I love this book for this reason: the way Pink can describe that indescribable feeling. The first time I read this work, I thought I was missing the point. It seemed like a jumbled mess, but maybe that is the whole point. Through Pink's scrambled thoughts, you can feel and relate to his depression and his belief that he will never be happy or make others happy things you already feel, but feel alone in. I am not saying the point of his work is to make you feel less alone in your sadness, because [...]

    13. Sam Pink's writing makes me feel alien and human simultaneously, over-complicated and then simmered down and poured into the mold one of Pink's observant blurbs. For me, Sam Pink's style encapsulates the dynamic, contradictory nature of man-- the burdening desire for purpose and intimacy wrapped in the innumerable, frivolous details that populate daily life. This book is filled with many sentiments you will share and many more that you won't, but will collectively reminds readers that life's rea [...]

    14. This was the first Sam Pink work I had ever read and by the second passage it really clicked. Of course, as implied by the title, this work is somewhat odd. However, I felt like it hit close to home. His style is very stream of consciousness and as someone who has suffered from manic depression, it was like I read an extension of my thoughts that dug even deeper past my subconsciousness. I really love this book and all of its raw, vulnerable greatness.

    15. This is a book that keeps me going. Accessible and avant garde in true spirit of the project: unifying art and life! Pink walks the line between reality and the hyper-real/surreal. Making the everyday strange. But not like any of those French surrealists dudes. Or the Spanish or the Russians or whoever. And not even like Richard Brautigan. What is it like? It is like maybe Bukowski (without the sexism) plus David Lynch. But only like. It is its own thing entirely. It's a lot like life.

    16. While I respected what Pink did with this collection, I can't say I particularly enjoyed it at least not simple "reading as entertainment" enjoyment. The visceral violent imagery, the grotesquerie have woven a semi-terrifying narrator, moreso that deep down some of that violence resonates in me.

    17. This book was simultaneously effed up and hilarious. Worth the read. I've always wanted to know the thoughts of an homicidal maniac, and now I will no longer have to wonder. Is it bad that I've shared some of these thoughtshaha?

    18. Inventive and clever, but gets a little schticky after a while. Not sure if it really holds together as a book in terms of concept, structure, pacing, etc. Plenty a chuckle in it for those with a certain sense of humor (as indicative in the book's title).

    19. Only read this if you like beating dead horses.And you're sitting in a tree, watching people run away from your darts.And sometimes you hate yourself.And most of the time you hate everyone else.And you have a clone, cloned just for food.

    20. Stay free with thermocontrol is a pretty good invention but this book keeps my thermo in even more control. If the 7 habits of highly effective people was available in book form, it would be this book.

    21. Typical Sam Pink style little-to-no content other than supposedly "shocking" rhetoric and observations. We get it, you're fucked up. If you're feeling especially homicidal or suicidal, you might get a kick out of it, but only for about 5 minutes. Just bad.

    22. If I put it short: It was disgusting but sometimes also beautiful in a melancholic way. It was uneasy for the mind. I kind of hated it and liked it at the same time. It also made me laugh a couple of times. I don't know anymore.

    23. I think what I liked most about this book was when I felt like I was just going to the mailbox to get the mail, and then the front lawn opened up and I fell in, this book was what saved me.-H.

    24. Hard one to review. I was amused, repulsed, interested and what else. I can't say anything else. I'm sorry.

    25. Absolutely my favorite book of all time. Creepy, hysterical and somewhat existential, Sam Pink is able to leave me wondering what the fuck reality is with all of his writing.

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