At the end of the year, Holly and I do cocktails (socially distant) and put together a list of our favorites for the year. 2021 isn’t going to win any prizes for fun and exciting, but we have found a few chuckles here and there. Click on the post name to see the original and be sure to read some of the comments. Got some opinions or favorites to share? Say so in the comments.
Mary and Holly
To kick this off, we present this Internet dating book published last September.
This book qualifies on so many levels of our best of the worst for 2021. This book hits all the criteria for awful:
- Poor production quality
- Ridiculous content
- Bad cover art
- Dumb title
- Self-aggrandizing author
Read on and let us know about some of your favorites and stay tuned to our part 2 which features youth/teen and fiction.
Wonderful selection and I recognize a few!
I got a few more to send over.
I can only get the links to work if I open them in a new window/tab. Weird.
I’m having trouble too, even with new tabs.
Ah, so much badness in one post.
I literally cringed when that first one came up. I’d mercifully forgotten that. Now I need a shower. ALONE.
Fruity Jello should never be savory. Urp. Though I remain nostalgic for the Jellos of my youth.
The hippie crafts would have been bad even in hippie days. Did the model who had to wear the peace medallion suffer a bruised sternum? And the vests… shudder.
I hope God has mercy on the soul of everyone who tries those Bible crafts. O Lord, how long must Thy people suffer bad toys?
Fat chance and no chance Mr. Sebastian Chance: Chances are he’s heard them all. At least Chance the Rapper was able to get that name without Mr. Chance messing that up.
I’ll forgo his book and take my chances, all them minus Mr. Chance. (ha!)
Hopefully you can avoid chancers in your life and work.
Hi, thanks for letting me know about the weirdness with the posts. i am working on it!
Links seem to work fine here and on next post.
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