Founded in 1958 as a print publication, Cracked.com has been published exclusively online since 2006. Jack O’Brien, the site’s editor in chief, lives in New York.
Uh-oh. The New York Times
bestselling authors from Cracked.com are back again . . .
It’s Cracked, but true. You Might Be a Zombie and Other Bad News was a New York Times bestseller and has already returned to print seven times. Now, the writers at the Internet’s #1 most-read humor site have created a dementedly hilarious textbook parody. By the time we were out of school, we’d learned that spinach is full of iron, there are three primary colors, and we have five senses. Unfortunately, these and most of the other facts” we crammed into our heads are simply not true. The Detextbook is here to erase it alleasily, painlessly, and hilariously.
Praise for YOU MIGHT BE A ZOMBIE AND OTHER BAD NEWS
"In a sea of literary lies, finally a book that will tell you the truth about the things you need to know."
"Smart, funny, and cool."
"The funniest, wisest, greatest book ever written! I keep reading and rereading it here in my padded cell!"