Ten books I still cant believe made money

  1. 100 Movies You Must Watch Before You Die: I mean what kind of people would want to make watching movies recommended by a bunch of people they don’t even know their priority if they were going to die. One look at the title should have made this book a flop.
  2. Seven Habits of Highly Effective People: Doesn’t anybody understand that there are millions of completely ineffective people who have the same habits but do not get a mention in this book because they are…..well, ineffective.
  3. Nineteen Eighty Four: Haven’t people noticed that 1984 has come and gone and nothing like what the book says happened in it?
  4. Who Moved My Cheese? Duh! I still can’t believe it’s considered a book.
  5. Lord of the Rings: It is too long for children and too childish for adults. Who the hell read it?
  6. Zen and the Art of Motorcycle Maintenance: It’s a book about philosophy and motorcycles and the philosophy of motorcycles and a motorcycle’s philosophy and something that ends up behind as confusing as philosophy for a motorcycle.
  7. Songs of Blood and Sword: I would not have been surprised if this book had at least forty to fifty colored photographs of the author, but without that, it’s unreadable. I am sure most of the guys bought it just to impress Fatima.
  8. The Twilight Series: Story of a human falling for a vampire, and a werewolf falling for that human. Give me break! And this book has the audacity to not be a children’s book.
  9. In The Line of Fire: Story of a man who used the armed forces under his command to topple a democratic government and considers falling off a tree a near-death experience. Maybe so many people bought it just to prove to themselves that it actually exists.
  10. Kama Sutra: Just kidding! I know why it made so much money.

 

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