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The perpetually insouciant glaze of his characters belies the sharp verbal and visual wit of Furie, who delivers a stoner classic for the Tumblr generation. In fact, Furie's wildly popular teenage weirdos became an overnight internet sensation when Pepe the Frog was widely adopted by users of 4chan and remixed ad infinitum from there (including uses by pop stars like Nicki Minaj and Katy Perry), giving Boy's Club built-in recognition with many.
are you the type of person who: - thinks books are quite good - has never held a book before and would like to try holding one for a day - is completely normal and just wants to look at something - is fed up - would rather be dead - is frightened of what tomorrow may bring - is curious - needs a bit of motivation - wants to feel more positive about your life then this is the book for you because the words and pictures inside of this book will instantly make you feel more positive about yourself even after just having a look at them for about a second or 3 seconds what happens to your body when you have no motivation: when you have no motivation it is like a wall of sadness has been built up inside of yourself and it is this wall that stops all of the happy things in the world from getting inside of your body so take my book and use it to break down the wall of sadness brick by brick so that happiness can climb back inside of your body and live there for the rest of your days love from your friend Chris (Simpsons artist) xox
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