Things I want to Punch in the Face by Jennifer Worick

“Anger is like an essential vitamin and Jen has given me even more reasons to be angry. I couldn’t be happier or healthier.”
—Lewis Black, stand-up comedian, actor, author, and contributor to The Daily Show with Jon Stewart

A humor book inspired by the blog of the same name, Things I Want to Punch in the Face means: 1) a humorous way to convey annoyance or frustration over those little things in life that bug; 2) petty peeves warranting a tongue-in- cheek lashing but involving no physical retribution, 3) an expression made wildly popular by the blog, Things I Want to Punch in the Face. Synonyms: chap your hide, get your goat, rub the wrong way. Antonyms: make out with, love so much you should marry it, float your boat, blow your skirt up.

Jennifer Worick has written or co-authored more than 20 books, including the New York Times Bestseller The Worst-Case Scenario Survival Handbook: Dating & Sex. In addition to finding her on bookshelves and newsstands, you can also check her out online at her blogs, word. and Things I Want to Punch in the Face. And if you’re really lucky, you can also catch Jennifer in university auditoriums and lecture halls, where she delivers side-splitting slide-show presentations. In addition, she can be found helping burgeoning authors create appealing and marketable book proposals at The Business of Books.