"Unlike anything you've seen before, wonderfully weird and hilarious. Suggests James Thurber on a serious LSD overdose." Todd David Schwartz, CBS Radio
"Shrigley's art, like a psychotic version of Matt Groening's Life in Hell cartoons, gives voice to those aspects of ourselves that we most fear and try to keep hidden, but have always longed to express." "The Guardian (U.K.)"
The third of three books of David Shrigley's addictively strange and entertaining work reveals new truths, anxieties, and amusements.