Sloppy Seconds

Tucker Max’s books—I Hope They Serve Beer In Hell, Assholes Finish First, and Hilarity Ensues—are a uniquely engaging trilogy composed of his best, craziest stories. They’ve sold millions of copies to fans all over the world. Their success has meant his success.

As a thank you to those who have loved the stories and supported him for so long, Tucker has gone back through his massive archive of material one last time, culled out what you might call the “best of the rest,” and arranged it here, in Sloppy Seconds, like a book version of Deleted Scenes.

Unlike most deleted scenes, however, these don’t suck. So enjoy.

Sloppy Seconds - Tucker Max Summary

Sloppy Seconds is a Ramones-influenced punk band from Indianapolis, Indiana that started in 1984. They gained notoriety in the underground punk scene with gritty and controversial songs like "Come Back, Traci," "I Don't Want to be a Homosexual", "Jani is a Nazi", "I Want 'em Dead" and "So Fucked Up." The band's unusual and controversial lyrics encompass pornography, classic horror movies, classic television shows, comic books, alcohol, being fat, and getting drunk...

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Sloppy Seconds - Tucker Max Book Reviews (6,371)


Fake stories1 star

Everything tucker max writes is fake. Save your $. It’s other peoples stories recycled. Fake fake fake. 15


Good one4 star

If you like Tucker Max, get this book. Simple. 45


Misogynistic Crap1 star

I'm thankful I never purchased any of this person's drivel. He's clearly a woman hater and possibly a closet homosexual. 15

Adam Ridgway

Great!!5 star

I managed to read I hope they serve beer in hell on the plane before my first deployment and I gotta say it was the funniest thing I have ever read, that being said I just read this book and it made me laugh just as hard can't wait to read the rest of them and I hope he comes out with more 55


Still entertaining4 star

I found the stories truly entertaining and that you gave it to us for free was a great gesture. Thank you for the laughs at your expense. You are a great story teller and keep at your craft. 45

I love tucker max

(:5 star

Great book! Laughed all the way through it 55


Sloppy seconds5 star

Loved this book, Tucker Max is hilarious! I will definitely be purchasing other books by Tucker Max. Very entertaining. 55


Funny5 star

Great book to pass the time, especially at work! :D 55


Sloppy seconds1 star

Stupid 15


VERY FUNNY!!!5 star

So many funny stories. Men want to BE him and women want him IN them. Good stuff. 55


good finish5 star

Good finish to a hilarious series 55


Tucker Giving back4 star

I rather enjoyed the stories not his best work but he even points that out. It gives the reader a window peek into the tucker max world. Bravo good sir 45


Sloppy Seconds2 star

The occasionally hilarious, but clearly fictitious ramblings of an amoral drunken lout, who inexplicably takes great pride in the stories he's concocted, and even tries to maintain they're true! Perhaps a few are, but no place in this country that I've been exist enough people who would put up with such a loquacious blowhard without beating the living crap out of him, and I mean "ambulance ride/extended ICU stay" kind of beating. I admit reading this whole offering, for the same reason you gawk at a car accident as you pass- morbid curiosity. I'd feel better about it if the guy said he'd made it up, but how warped in the head would you have to be to actually CLAIM this behavior, let alone be PROUD of it? So I read it, thinking he'd let on that it was all a joke- but no. All I could think about was "at what point did his parents stop funding his PhD in Alcoholism, and how on Earth did he get into law school with that inordinately stupid, childishly fanciful application 'story'? At the end of his undergrad career, he wrote at the level of a ninth-grader majoring in metal shop, but didn't spell as well. I can only surmise that Mommy slipped a sizable check in with Tucker's fiction before mailing it for him. I'm fairly certain this sociopath's parents walk everywhere with their heads down, horrified at what their lack of parentage has unleashed on the planet. Not to worry- it no longer matters; everything Tucker Max is and does can be attributed to him and him only at this point in his wasted life. OK, Tucker, you've had your fun; time to find a way to make your life something other than a complete waste of all the resources expended on your behalf, and put your gifts, whatever they may be, to use for something worthwhile. I cannot think of a company on this planet that would hire you, but with your "genius" IQ, you shouldn't have any trouble, right? That is, if there are any bridges you haven't yet burned to smoldering rubble (if you think this sounds harsh, consider that I'd never even HEARD of you until I read 'Sloppy Seconds- imagine if I didn't like you!). And protest as you may, you make it clear that you really ARE affected by what people think of you, by the sheer number of times you try to say how much you don't care in your book. Methinks thou doth protest too much. To be honest, I sense an incredibly insecure individual who created a persona to get attention at first, but who got so swept up in his lowbrow fiction that he didn't know how to be a normal guy and felt the pressure to jack it up. It's pretty sad to see what an unproductive waste his life has been up to now, and I hope the guy sees it before its entirely too late, because the only thing more pathetic would be that he's still too immature to know when to put away the clown suit and do something (for once) that is altruistic and not completely selfish or self-serving. Time to grow up was a long time ago, Tucker Max, whether you're ready or not. I hope this whole thing is fiction, because if even a little of it is true, the emotional and physical carnage you've left in your wake may never be reconciled. And even if it IS fiction, the sheer vileness in which you've immersed yourself for years will reek long after you've wished you could go back and erase it all. Good luck with that. Enjoy whatever wealth you managed to pull from this misadventure, if you haven't drank it all already, because it's likely the only friend you'll have. I don't recommend buying any of Max's other books- you've seen it all here, and its worth only what you paid for it. 25

B. Bainez

Must Read5 star

Legendary 55


Antisocial humor1 star

Not funny, unless you hate your fellow beings. Sick and humorless stories that should not have been given voice. I felt deceived by reviewers who praised this. Are there really so many antisocial people out there? Frightening. I couldn't read much before having an urgent need to delete this from my IPad, wish I could delete the whole experience from my life. 15


Don't do it2 star

The book was funny in the beginning now it got boring as hell I'm deleting ii it got so boring 25


What a waste...1 star

Vulgar, sophmoric, pointless...and those are the good points. The shameless self congratulatory babbling of an overly self-indulgent spoiled kid. A former law student...need I say more? 15


Horrible1 star

Not worth the download ! Not funny, just crude and disgustingly shameful. This is why it is free it's garbage. 15

CDub will

Free and still not worth the price1 star

Eighth grade boys write more original material on toilette walls.... Not funny, interesting or unique....don't bother this book is 50 shades of brown..... 15

WI faithful

Seriously?1 star

This is garbage and not worth the time to download it. 15

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