Yoga School Massacre by Simon McHardy and Sean Hawker
Harriet Hambeast, destroyer of buffets and proud member of HEFFER, Helping Every Fatty Fight for Equal Rights, is humiliated after causing a ‘toxic spill’ at the local yoga school.
The other students soon discover that there’s something other than food in Harriet’s sights now. REVENGE!
These two sure weave a tale like no other. Harriet Hambeast needs to lose weight, and her doctor suggests trying yoga. Thus begins the absolute bat-shit shenanigans we know and love from McHardy and Hawker. Vile, hilarious, and over-the-top, another fantastic read from the duo who know how to push the boundaries. Don't miss it! Check it out! 5 severed fingers out of 5
Very, Very Messy
Like walking through raw sewage and a poorly handled zoo.
Good Gross Fun
*I'm not going to give you the 'what this book is about' blurb - you can read that elsewhere. 1. REVENGE - oh my goodness, I love a good revenge tale! 2. Especially a revenge tale that makes a statement about something currently happening in society. This touches on both the whole yoga/health spa craze as well as how it has been completely capitalized and ruined by white people (mostly women) AND fatphobia. 3. Gross hilarity ensues. Also, anyone who has ever taken a yoga class or had a massage, etc. will probably get an extra chuckle out of a certain situation, because MAN is it relatable, hahahaaa. 4. T'was everything I've come to expect from this author pairing.
Don't mess with the fatties!
I read this book while getting a tattoo and as I explained what I was reading my tattooist said I was messed up for reading it. I have to agree because I loved it. But then again I love anything written by Hawker and Mchardy.
Wild Beasts And Buffets
Laxative fueled poo fountains, a distressed buffet owner, and an full on episode of “When Animals Attack” are just a few of the things awaiting readers within the pages of Yoga School Massacre. The Terrible Twosome have perfected their version of a slow burn story, following a 400 pound woman’s weight loss journey. As losing weight seems less and less obtainable, Harriet tries yoga on for size, leaving her labeled a biohazard terrorist after she’s given a tea guaranteed to make her lose weight. Already fat shamed and villainized, Harriet takes out her rage against her ex yoga instructor, unleashing his own pets to take out a school’s worth of Starbucks sipping twigs and their pervert teacher.