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Have A Nice Day: A Tale of Blood and Sweatsocks - 'Mick Foley', 'Mankind', 'WWF'
Have A Nice Day: A Tale of Blood and Sweatsocks
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Mick Foley is a nice man, a family man who loves amusement parks and eating ice cream in bed. So how to explain those Japanese death matches in rings with explosives, golden thumbtacks and barbed wire instead of rope? The second-degree burn tissue? And the missing ear that was ripped off during a... show more
Mick Foley is a nice man, a family man who loves amusement parks and eating ice cream in bed. So how to explain those Japanese death matches in rings with explosives, golden thumbtacks and barbed wire instead of rope? The second-degree burn tissue? And the missing ear that was ripped off during a bout-in which he kept fighting? Here is an intimate glimpse into Mick Foley's mind, his history, his work and what some might call his pathology. Now with a bonus chapter summarizing the past 15 months-from his experience as a bestselling author through his parting thoughts before his final match. A tale of blood, sweat, tears and more blood-all in his own words-straight from the twisted genius behind Cactus Jack, Dude Love, and Mankind.
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Format: mass market paperback
ISBN: 9780061031014 (0061031011)
ASIN: 0061031011
Publisher: HarperEntertainment
Pages no: 768
Edition language: English
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Mallory Kellogg, Chubbygirlreads
Mallory Kellogg, Chubbygirlreads rated it
5.0 Review: The 15-Year Read
Pre-review: I got this book for my 15th birthday, 15 years ago. My mother pre-ordered it for me, and I can honestly say it's one of the only birthdays she really got right. I started reading it November of 99, but I was a freshman in high school. And life just got in the way, so this was shelved and...
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Woman Reading rated it
4.0 Have A Nice Day: A Tale of Blood and Sweatsocks
The most surprisingly funny and entertaining biographies I've ever read. Mick Foley wrote these long hand in a spiral notebook and yet they have more heart then most biographies written by ghost writers. Definitely recommended!
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