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Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read. Want to Read saving…. Want to Read Currently Reading Read. Refresh and try again. Open Preview See a Problem? Thanks for telling us about the problem. Uogar to Book Page. Drink, Play, F k: In Drink, Play, F k Bob Sullivan, a jilted husband, sets off to explore the world, experience a meaningful connection with the divine, and rediscover his passion.
His travels lead him from his home in New York City to a drinking bender across Ireland, through the glitz and glamour that is Las Vegas, and to the hedonistic pleasure palaces of Thailand. After a lifetime of p In Drink, Play, F k Bob Sullivan, a jilted husband, sets off to explore the world, experience a meaningful connection with the divine, and bever his passion. After a lifetime of playing it safe, Mr. Sullivan finally follows his heart and lives out [email protected] deepest fantasies.
For who among us hasn’t dreamed of standing stark naked, head upturned, and mouth agape beneath a cascading torrent of Guinness Stout? What could be more exhilarating than losing every penny you have because Charlie Weiss went for a meaningless last-second field goal? Joggar what sensate creature could ever doubt that the greatest pleasure known to man can be found in a leaky bamboo shack filled with glassy-eyed, bruised Asian hookers?
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Bob Sullivan has a lot to teach us about life. Let’s just pray we have the wisdom to put aside our preconceptions and listen. Because what Bob Sullivan finds isn’t at all what he expected. Paperbackpages. To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up. To ask other readers questions about Drink, Play, F kplease sign up. Lists with This Book. Feb 14, Lena rated it really liked it Shelves: On the cover of Elizabeth Gilbert’s mega-bestselling spiritual bebdr memoir, Eat, Pray, Lovethe word eat is spelled out in pasta, the word play in prayer beads, and the word love in flower petals.
On the cover of Andrew Gottlieb’s parody send-up of that book, the word drink is spelled out in beer bottle caps, play in poker chips, and f k in condoms. Hogar liked Gilbert’s book a lot On the cover of Elizabeth Gilbert’s hogar spiritual travel memoir, Eat, Pray, Lovethe word eat is spelled out in pasta, the word play in prayer beads, and the bebre love in flower petals.
I liked Gilbert’s book a lot, but not so much that I couldn’t appreciate a well-done parody. And a well-done parody this is.
Gottlieb’s faux memoir is written from the perspective of a man who sounds a lot like an ex-Mr. Gilbert, one whose heart has been broken when his “neurotic, self-obsessed wife” of eight years leaves him and immediately begins shacking up with “some guy named David. Given the title and the premise, I thought this book might be a much harsher, crueler attack on Gilbert’s book than it actually is. While Gottlieb’s character Bob Sullivan makes several pointed jabs at his ex-wife, much of the commentary and criticism on the famous book this one mirrors is woven into the story of Sullivan’s journey in a surprisingly profound bever.
Because @f Bob’s embracing of a rather unconventional path of “healing,” he’s actually a sensitive guy, not seeking the kind of oblivion the title might beher but rather just trying to recover from a broken heart in the best way he knows how.
So the book is actually a real story albeit a rather fantastical one with a real character, one that I developed a fair amount of affection for along the way. I found this book in the humor section. It is a funny book, though more beger a smile-on-my-face kind of way than in a laugh-out-loud kind of way.
Much of the humor for me came from seeing the places in which this story creatively diverged from the original. That’s also where much of my admiration for this book came from, as it actually contains a surprising amount of wisdom within its goofy premise.
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I found his choice to mirror Gilbert’s pursuit of spiritual transformation at an [email protected] guru’s ashram with Bob’s discovery of Nirvana in Vegas particularly inspired, and I thought it offered a great deal more in the way of practical spiritual philosophy than Gilbert’s book does. So I would recommend this book, although I haven’t the slightest idea as to whom.
Those who loved Gilberts’ book probably won’t appreciate its interwoven criticisms. Those who hated it probably won’t find it harsh enough, and those who never read it won’t get much of the brilliance of its execution. So maybe if you had enough mixed feelings about EPL to give it 3 stars, this book [email protected] for you. View all 18 comments.
Oct 17, Mallory rated it liked it. I hated Eat Pray Love so much that it made me want to stab myself repeatedly in the face with an olive fork. I couldn’t resist any parody of that self-indulged garbage, and this book was a cute, clever mockery of Elizabeth Gilbert ‘s middle-aged, poor-me quest to find herself.
Gottlieb does his best to reference Gilbert throughout the course of his quirky and entertaining vignettes. References to the speaker being Gilbert’s estranged husband the one she cried over in the bathroom before deciding I hated Eat Pray Love so much that it made me iogar to stab myself repeatedly in the face with an olive fork. Anyone who hated Eat Pray Love should pick up this quick read. It’s not a book that will ever change the world, bebet it made me smile bever gave me some good conversation starters with people on the subway.
Dec 14, Mindy rated it liked it Shelves: A fast and funny parody of Eat, Pray, Love. I never read the original, but I did see the movie. Wasn’t a huge fan of the movie. This book is a cute send off and just as unbelievable. The man’s good fortune on his journey is so over the top but still very funny at times. Makes me want to travel none the less, although my journey would be more Eat Drink Eat!!
Apr 29, Mike rated it liked it. So I see this book my wife geber reading, skim the back cover and think “right up my alley – drinking, golf, gambling Start reading it with the prologue about a broken marriage that sets the guy on his year long journey and begin with the Ireland pub-hopping that is the first third.
Seems like a genius book told pretty hilariously with stories that are beeber but very funny. Then goes to Vegas where he gets a bit more introspective while splitting his time be So I see this book my wife is reading, skim the back cover and think “right up my alley – drinking, golf, gambling Then goes to Vegas where he gets a bit more introspective while splitting his time [email protected] the tables and golf course, a personal heaven, and while the book is bogging down bebrr bit, still finding it enjoyable.
However, then two things happen that kill it for me – for some reason I take a closer look at the back eg I was under the impression this was a very true story. While telling my wife what a disappointment that was, she alerts me that not only is it fake, it’s actually ripped off from a slightly more serious and factual tale from a woman with the same general concept of spending a year finding one-self but with a much softer touch and title.
Between those two, this went from a possibly high recommendation to a “well, it only takes about 2 hours to read jogqr might as well finish”.
The final third of the book, based in Thailand, is just a long “and then I had sex and then found my true love and we’ll live happily ever after” So, the Irish third is a 4 star 5 star with -1 cause it’s not realthe Vegas a 3 star, and the Thailand coupled with it being a rip-off fictional book a 2 star, to come to my average rating of 3 stars. Worth reading if you like drinking, golfing and gambling and have a few hours to kill.
Oct 14, Andrea rated it it was amazing Shelves: Nothing hipster-intelligent or pseudo-intelligent or gross-out-but-not-actually-funny ahem, Tucker Max, neber about it – just brilliant writing.
It flows smoothly and hilariously and makes me want to hang out with this guy. Part one, Ireland Awesome!! Part one, Ireland, had me laughing so hard I was crying.
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Part two, Vegas, when he meets his guru? And Part three, Thailand, tied it all together in a happy ending just like Gilbert’s Bali. And again, the parallels between the two books makes the satire absolutely spot-on. Aug 28, Danine rated it liked it. Because I loathe whiny and sappy books like “Eat. The first part had to do with drinking in Ireland. I laughed so hard during these chapters I thought I would have a brain aneurysm. I thought for sure this would be a four star book.
As I moved to the second part about gambling and golf my four star rating turned into a three star rating. I don’t gamble and I don’t golf and maybe I shouldn’t judge a book because of my own ignora Because I loathe whiny and sappy books like “Eat. I don’t gamble and I don’t golf and maybe I shouldn’t judge a book because of my own ignorance to the subject. I was curious about the third section having to do with getting laid.
Was the narrator going to be jock obnoxious about going to Thailand to get some tail? There was sex but not the flamboyant kind of sexual narrative. This was a fun book to read but quite average. My favorite quote from the book is: It’s what they’re about” May 12, Petra Eggs rated it liked it Shelves: Each of the three sections dragged for the last two chapters and the final section was a bit wanky.
Other than that, it was a fast plane-read and quite amusing. I hadn’t read the original Eat, Pray, Love as I find worthy, self-improvement books incredibly boring and a waste of time – I need a full body retooling rather than touch-ups on the rusty spots, so I can’t tell if this was a good parody or not.
Still, like the curate’s egg, it was good, in parts.