Admit It, You're Crazy!

Admit It, You're Crazy!

Quirks, Idiosyncrasies, and Irrational Behavior

Book - 2005
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Judy Reiser gets people to confess to their most bizarre behavior. Judging by the success of her first book, And I Thought I Was Crazy! , it's a good thing she does! Admit It, You're Crazy! is the follow up book, chock full of outrageous, outlandish, and downright ridiculous things people do.

Kids say the darndest things? Adults DO them!!! Author Judy Reiser offers up more hilarious eccentricities exhibited (and confessed to) by otherwise normal people. Everyone has at least one particular oddity in his or her daily way of life. The trick is to get them to admit to it. These side-splitting actions are categorized from hilarious bathroom behavior to funny money and clothing habits to eating and sleeping peculiarities to germ-a-phobia and more.

Here are just a few examples of the extremes, dare we say rituals, we'll go through to perform everyday activities:

* Flipping through a magazine at a newsstand then reaching for a fresh copy to buy because the one they were flipping through is no longer new.

* Enumerating (1, 2, 3...) while urinating and trying to end their peeing on an even number.

* Flossing between their toes with a pair of socks to remove sock fuzz at the end of the day.

* Eating the most expensive part of a meal first, just in case they can't finish everything.

* Ironing the newspaper before reading it to protect them self against germs.

* Leaving sunglasses on top of the fridge so a midnight raid won't blind them by opening it.

* Controlling shedding by vacuuming the cat.

Collected from real, live, actual human beings, the zaniness begins again in Admit It, You're Crazy!
Publisher: Kansas City, Mo. : Andrews McMeel Pub., 2005.
ISBN: 9780740751097
0740751093
Branch Call Number: 031.02 REISER
Characteristics: 176 p. : ill. ; 22 cm.
Alternative Title: Admit it, you are crazy!

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