Book Reviews of Crimes and MisDumbMeanors : 100 New Stories from the Files of America's Dumbest Criminals

Crimes and MisDumbMeanors : 100 New Stories from the Files of America's Dumbest Criminals
Crimes and MisDumbMeanors 100 New Stories from the Files of America's Dumbest Criminals
Author: Daniel Butler, Alan Ray, Larry Rose
ISBN-13: 9781558536739
ISBN-10: 1558536736
Publication Date: 8/1/1998
Pages: 222
Rating:
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3.3 stars, based on 4 ratings
Publisher: Rutledge Hill Press
Book Type: Paperback
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Hilarious
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God, where do I start??? This book is funny as *ell, and it is so hard to believe that there are people out there who can be SO STUPID! I laughed till I cried, and my room mate did too. The stories are true, which makes it funnier. Like one guy running from the cops at night, thinking he knows the area better so he can get away. But they follow like they can see in the dark. They finally catch the guy. Come to find out he had sneakers that lit up when he stepped on them. So he was followed by the little red lights.

I highly recommend it, and the other book I got with it with more stroies about stupid criminals. If you want a good laugh and some great stories to tell at parties, this is your book.