Textastrophe Review

Once upon a time, prank phone calls were the best way to procrastinate, but in 2015, they’re so passé. Instead, Matt Andrews has mastered the art of prank texting. What happens when you offer to barter two sub-sandwiches for a used motorcycle? Who do you call when you want to build a mysterious man cave in your basement? What do you do if you need a knight in shining armor to deliver you to your high school reunion? If you’ve ever left a “contact me” pull-tab at your local grocery or posted an ad on Craigslist and received insane and unbelievable text messages in response, Andrews is very likely to blame. We’d be mad at him if we could stop laughing long enough to hit “send” on the exceptionally witty come back we thought of…too bad he’s already moved on to his next target and deleted us from his phone, now only to be remembered in these pages of his laugh-out-loud funny book.
I received a copy of this book at no charge in exchange for an honest review.

My Review
Anyone with a smart phone knows the hilarity that can ensue with texting. From auto correct to wrong number texts, texting can be major entertainment. Textastrophe takes texting to next level with some really great prank texts. I laughed so hard at some of these I had tears. This author has a level of creativity I haven’t seen in a long time. He also must have endless patience to carry some of these longer pranks out, some of these are carried out over several hours or more. I keep this book in my bedside table and when I’ve had a bad day, I reach for it to make me laugh. You can not remain in a sour mood while reading some of these! This author is a genius of comedy and I highly recommend ordering the book, or at least following him on his website!

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