Up is down.
Black is white.
Left is Right.
And Michael Ian Black thinks he is suddenly an expert on masculinity.
Seriously … it hurts we’ve laughed so hard at this. Help help!
Michael Ian Black is writing a book on masculinity https://t.co/p5NgPohNZs
— The Washington Times (@WashTimes) June 26, 2018
From The Washington Times:
The multitalented comedian and writer’s “A Better Man” is scheduled to come out in the fall of 2019, Algonquin Books told The Associated Press on Tuesday. The book will be an open letter to his teenage son that calls for “rethinking masculinity” and how to love and be loved.
And I’m writing a book on the mating habits of the peacock butterfly.
At least I can Google *my* topic. https://t.co/NxzQxgZbu6
— Tryx: Liberty Loving Unicorn 🌪 (@Tryxt3rocks) June 26, 2018
Google goes a long way.
Followed up by Stephen Hawking's book on exercise and phyical fitness.
— Rob Reber (@Robb_R9) June 26, 2018
Aww, that aught to up his liberal feminist Hollywood cred. What a sissy.
— Max Peters (@TikiMaximus) June 26, 2018
About how he wants some?
— Shannon K (@shannyk36) June 26, 2018
— EJM (@bosseone2) June 26, 2018
Will it be in the fiction section?
— Wouldn’t you like to know (@IndyCardFan) June 26, 2018
See what this person did here.
That's like Harvey Weinstein writing a book on feminism.
— Grand Admiral Nick (@admiral_nick) June 26, 2018
— See Jack Run (@CrackaJackin) June 26, 2018
Hey, maybe it’s meant to be funny?
We got nothin’.
I hear Pajama Boy will be contributing advice for one chapter. pic.twitter.com/GyBkaLfV4Z
— Dale (@freeburlington) June 26, 2018
You know what, we can’t even.