Would you rather attend a funeral while high on laughing gas or go to your own wedding doped up on horse tranquilizers? Which famous figure, living or dead, would be the most terrifying to be tickled by? Which is greater: The number of times you've given money to a panhandler on the street or the number of times you've dropped change on the ground and left it there because you didn't feel like bending over?
If you seriously considered these questions, this book is for you. If you didn't, don't worry--you're probably still a terrible person. Use the other 247 questions in this book to find out just how terrible that is.
Wes Hazard was named one of “Boston Comedians to Watch” by The Boston Globe Magazine. Wes brings wit, energy, and honesty to the stage and the page, qualities that have made him a regular performer in Boston venues as well as at the Boston Comedy Festival and the Women in Comedy Festival. Wes is a multiple-time winner on The Moth StorySLAM stage and he’s appeared as a guest on the Comedy Bang! Bang! Live! podcast. He is the author of Questions for Terrible People.
"A handy tool for filling in the awkward silences during the obligatory conversation portion of Tinder dates, as well as the entirety of Thanksgiving dinner with your extended family." --Dude, I Want That
"[Wes’] offbeat observations on contemporary topics makes Questions for Terrible People a riot to read."