by Casey Rand and Tim Gordon
Let’s face it, people are getting ruder. I don’t know why, they just are. Although I don’t have empirical data and proof, I have worked in retail for the last 20+ years and I know what I’m talking about. That enough makes me want to punch people in the face. Also, I ride public transportation, which is filled with multiple “face-punching” opportunities per ride.
This is a cute little book (they would probably punch me for saying “cute”) that lists several offenders that society wouldn’t condemn you for punching. The real life offender that prompted them to start their popular blog, peoplewhodeserveit.com? “Girl Who Talks On Cell Phone in Holocaust Museum”. Other punchable people include people who walk too slow on urban sidewalks, leave long voicemails, and the sloppy sandwich maker (thank God they don’t employ any at the Subway that I go to.).
They also shout out people who don’t deserve it and they time-travel to the past and future to punch people there. Also, each post gives instructions on how to punch that person, if you need that. Sometimes laugh out loud funny. Which is why someone has probably labeled me Girl Who Laughs Too Loudly On The Train.