Perpetual Disappointments Diary

Nick Asbury

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01 November 2018
172 pages


'Best. Diary. Ever' Metro
'Cheeringly depressing' Guardian
'Abandon all hope, ye who buy it' New York Times

Perpetual Disappointments Diary is a downbeat journal for pessimists, cynics and losers everywhere. You'll love it.

Ground yourself with a weekly demotivational proverb ('If ignorance is bliss, why are you so sad?', 'Crappe diem') and reminders of Notable Deaths. Travel the world with Useful Phrases translated into four languages ('A table for one, please', 'I have destroyed my hire car'). And save time with templates for Apology and Passive-Aggressive Notes.

This may not be your year. But this is definitely your diary. This diary is not specific to one year – they are all basically the same.

* 2018 Edition includes:
Brand New Demotivational Proverbs, The Quantified Loser, More Notable Deaths, On This Day, Bank Insecurity Questions, Gaping Void Ahead, People Who Never Call, Notes Towards A Dull Novel, Pointless Doodles

Best. Diary. Ever


Cheeringly depressing


Abandon all hope, ye who buy it.

New York Times