Oh, the Meetings You'll Go To!: A Parody

Oh the Meetings You ll Go To A Parody Every young grad needs this fun snarky primer for the real world You ll meet the world s brightest you ll hang with the best And now that you ve met them you ll work with the rest If you re looking

  • Title: Oh, the Meetings You'll Go To!: A Parody
  • Author: Dr. Suits
  • ISBN: 9780735213982
  • Page: 471
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Every young grad needs this fun, snarky primer for the real world.You ll meet the world s brightest, you ll hang with the best And now that you ve met them, you ll work with the rest If you re looking for an inspirational book for young people starting life s great adventure, you probably want to read Dr Seuss s Oh, the Places You ll Go But before your first day of actuaEvery young grad needs this fun, snarky primer for the real world.You ll meet the world s brightest, you ll hang with the best And now that you ve met them, you ll work with the rest If you re looking for an inspirational book for young people starting life s great adventure, you probably want to read Dr Seuss s Oh, the Places You ll Go But before your first day of actual work, you need to meet Dr Suits for a dose of reality You won t learn this stuff in high school, college, or gift books by world famous authors But fear not With his unique blend of hilarious verse and images, Dr Suits can help young grads get a handle on what s really about to hit them Oh, the Meetings You ll Go To is a brutally honest, and ultimately uplifting, take on the struggles of post grad life that every 20 something will relate to.Tough love never made you laugh so hard.

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    1. Seussical parodies should be great fun ~ this one falls short, yawn-yawn, ho hum.Colorful creatures indeed are inside ~ such high hopes as pages I turned with a glide. Not Horton, Not Yertle, Not Cindy Lou Who would approve of this tale & neither should you. If one wants to Seuss, then Seuss you should do ~ but make sure your Seussing is Theresa approved.

    2. Kind of dumb. Obviously this is aimed at recent grads, and its a parody of our beloved Dr. Seuss, but I felt like it really falls flat. The rhymes are not that clever and the overall concept gives a pretty limited and stereotypical view of what the job market is like. I realize this is just a light piece of fluff humor aimed at the millennials, but for me it was not that entertaining.

    3. The zanily illustrated and worthy, if sobering, parody of the Seuss classic definitely makes the better college graduation gift.

    4. Oh, the Meetings You'll Go To! by Dr. Suits, is a parody of Oh the Places You'll Go! by Dr. Seuss, the cliched graduation book read to new University graduates everywhere. This one takes a different approach, looking at the troubling world of getting your first job, trying to find a career, and the slow loss of energy and eagerness that new graduates face as they grind their way through entry level careers. The book is stylized and written exactly as a Seuss book would be, and the author really [...]

    5. Why I picked it up: I was walking by the new books shelves at my library one day and spotted this title on the shelf. Why I kept reading: Simply put, it rang with a bit of truth and a lot of funny-ness. In the end: While I don't necessarily agree that starting in an entry level position has quite that much hardship and grunt work, I did like the overall message directed at those hunting for work. That is, don't be afraid to start at the bottom and keep working hard. One day your work will be rew [...]

    6. This pictorial book’s title is a parody on Dr Seuss’s book “Oh The Places You’ll Go!”. It’s a very quick read, less than 20 minutes since it’s only 26 pages in all. It describes the challenges faced by a fresh graduate entering the workforce, in an entertaining and humorous way. Most of what is written is fairly true, so it might be a bit of a downer for folks entering the workforce with high hopes. Nevertheless the entertainment value is not bad, for a short read.(I read the eBook [...]

    7. Why I Read This: I thought that it looked easy and fun when it passed my way at the library.Summary: Work is the worst! Be disillusioned, because you'll never get anywhere.Review: I am surprised that I don't have a tag for "this author is a jerk". I almost made one just for this book. The illustrations are like grotesque versions of Dr. Seuss, and the content is not acceptable for me.

    8. An entertaining "parody" of the Dr. Seuss book "Oh, the Places You will Go." I put parody in quotes because it is not necessarily a send-up of Dr. Seuss, but of the workplace. "Dr. Suits" uses Seuss' style to send up the average office job. Perhaps the best joke was the next book Dr. Suits is working on, "One Job, Two Job; No Job, New Job."

    9. Fun take on a classic but might not age well due to references. Art style is reminiscent of the classical Dr. Seuss style but not to the point of mimicry. -- actual quote from my best friend who read it alongside me.

    10. I couldn't pass this one up at the library. The ideal audience is recent college graduates. Life after college with all those college loans to repay and no job lined up is the basis for this book.Very delightful!

    11. A humorous adaptation of Dr. Seuss's classic, "Oh the Places You'll Go" (which my mom bought me for my high school graduation), for college grads. A quick, fun read that I think will resonate withmany of us as we feel our way through careers and work-life balance. Great illustrations, too!

    12. This was a great take on the Dr. Suess classic, Oh the places you will go. A must read for the new grad entering today's corporate work setting. Funny and charming yarn on what can be expected in the workplace.

    13. Humorous verses and delightful images make one laughh love and inspiration as young people begin their first adventure in the working world!

    14. "You'll meet the world's brightest, you'll hang with the best! And now that you've met them, you'll work with the rest."

    15. Forced rhymes, flat jokes, narrow ideas for what the future may entail, and an obvious generation-gap comprise this gift book.

    16. This was definitely a quick and humorous read. It's a funny way to look at life after college and the misery you'll face in the corporate world.

    17. This book was very creative and loved that it was like a Dr. Seuss book. Suggesting this book to all my college friends!

    18. Mildly amusing, but also a bit of a downer. Not everyone ends up in a terrible office job with lots of meetings ;)

    19. Styled after Dr. Seuss' "Oh, the Places You'll Go", this is a cute little read that takes a somewhat humorous look at making one's way in corporate life. Perfect for the college grad.

    20. This was quirky and worth a chuckle, read it in about five minutes standing in the library. I might order a copy for my business school cohort.

    21. Cute parody for new grads, but some of the rhyme schemes fall a bit flat. Dr. Suits is no Dr. Seuss, but it's worth a quick flip through, especially if you're in one of those meetings!

    22. A parody or just the truth??? Only you can decide, but it's hilarious at times. My spouse adds that the meter is correct (as I can't always tell), which most Dr. Seuss copycats get wrong.

    23. I like to think I have a quirky sense of humor, but dang this book was dumb. Furthermore, it didn't have near the sync that Dr. Suess has. Don't compare yourself to the genius if you are a pale comparison, please.

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