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Book details
  • Genre:HUMOR
  • SubGenre:Form / Parodies
  • Language:English
  • Pages:80
  • eBook ISBN:9781617925764

Who Cut The Cheese?

An A-Mazing Parody About Change and How We Can Get Our Hands On Yours

by Stilton Jarlsberg

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"Who Cut the Cheese?" is the original hilarious parody of the motivational bestseller "Who Moved My Cheese?(tm)" It's the funniest take on "the rat race" ever...and is especially relevant in today's difficult economy.
"Who Cut The Cheese?" is the updated 2011 edition of the razor-sharp parody dedicated to the millions of readers who either enjoyed or suffered through the motivational bestseller "Who Moved My Cheese?(tm)" "Who Cut the Cheese?" is a parable in which four characters must find a way through a maze in their hunt for "Cheese." But this cheese is actually symbolic of the things that we all want out of life: success and self-confidence, a nice house, a loving marital relationship, perfect children, a loyal dog, indoor plumbing, good Chinese food, several million tax-free dollars, and red-hot sex with multiple partners. The "Maze" in this story is symbolic of the twisting, turning, confusing, mugger-filled blind alleys of Your Life. And since you're being compared to a rat in this book, the whole "Maze" analogy works like a charm. When you come to see the "Psycho-babble on the Wall," you can discover for yourself how to deal with change and how to find the Cheese that will make your life joyous and fulfilling. Failing that, feel free to take crayons and color in the many pictures. It's fun, it's therapeutic, and it will keep anyone else from ever using your now useless e-reader.
About the author
Stilton Jarlsberg, M.D. has made vast professional strides, which is an impressive accomplishment considering that he is only 6 inches tall. By virtue of this fact, he was awarded a scholarship to medical school so that he might actually participate in experiments alongside lab rats as a human "control." His experience with mazes and cheesy rewards speaks volumes about the expertise he brings to the book you currently hold in your hands. His previous book, The One Minute Mangler, was originally the story of a psychotic, brutally sadistic serial killer and sold fewer than a dozen copies. However, when he realized that many of the psycho killer's torture techniques could be successfully applied to the business world, the book was re-edited and released as a non-fiction management manual, at which time it became a huge international bestseller. Following this unexpected success, Stilton Jarlsberg has published an entire series of "One Minute" books, and hopes to eventually see them turned into a series of big budget feature films for people with exceedingly short attention spans.