Milk and Vine: Inspirational Quotes From Classic Vines by Adam Gasiewski

Milk and Vine: Inspirational Quotes From Classic Vines

Parodying the popular poetry book Milk and Honey, Milk and Vine beautifully portrays the best vines of all time in this modern poetic format. Milk and Vine is truly a delight for the sensations, bringing back the riveting quotes we all laughed at together as a united internet community. From Ms. Kiesha to diesel jeans, this book encapsulates the most entertaining, nostalgi...

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Milk and Vine: Inspirational Quotes From Classic Vines Reviews

  • Ingrid

    None of the original creators were credited in this book. It is blatant plagiarism. Support the real viners and not this 'book'.

  • Katie McNelly

    Will this count toward my Goodreads challenge, considering I read it in five minutes on my lunch break?

  • Nat

    I knew that all those hours I wasted watching funny vine compilations* were not for naught. I mean, for better or for worse, words will never suffice how amazed I am that this is an actual book I read as a “tribute to the late and great Vine app.”

    Parodying the popular poetry book

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    beautifully portrays the best vines of all time in this modern poetic format.

    is truly a delight for the sensations, bringing back the riveting quotes we all laughed at togeth

    I knew that all those hours I wasted watching funny vine compilations* were not for naught. I mean, for better or for worse, words will never suffice how amazed I am that this is an actual book I read as a “tribute to the late and great Vine app.”

    Parodying the popular poetry book

    ,

    beautifully portrays the best vines of all time in this modern poetic format.

    is truly a delight for the sensations, bringing back the riveting quotes we all laughed at together as a united internet community.

    There's no standard way to review this, since this isn't your conventional poetry collection... But I'll try to stick to my normal format and insert a couple of my favorite pieces:

    I wanted to watch the film

    on a Wednesday solely because of this vine.

    I was low-key ecstatic to find vines I hadn't yet known about.

    Also, I'm taking the promise at the end of the book dead serious: 

    ,

    *Here are some of my favorite vine compilations, as noted at the start of the review:

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    ,

    .

  • Josu Grilli

    Creo que como sociedad no podíamos llegar más alto.

    Hacer un poemario superventas que recoge más de 60 vines famosos me parece pasarse la vida como millennial, de verdad. Convertir en poesía el famoso

    me parece -cuanto menos- icónico.

    En fin, lo recomiendo si os gustan los vines tanto cómo a mí. Y a mí me gustan mucho.

  • marisa.

    talentless white people banking off the success of authors of color and internet creators?

  • Jenny

    Go ahead and parody an extremely successful book of poetry written by a POC.

    Go ahead and steal quotes from Vines that you didn't create.

    Go ahead and make fun of modern poetry, that people happen to love and care deeply about.

    Go ahead and be an insensitive jackass amongst all of the other things that people have been calling you,

    At the very end of this "book", THERE IS A PROMISE OF MORE IN THE NEAR FUTURE.

    How fucking shameless can you get?

  • Chelsea  (A Very Bookish Girl)

    This is hilarious, yes it doesn't give credit to the original Vines, but I could still hear the Vines in my head as I was reading them and it made me remember some of the funniest Vines that I'd ever seen

  • Hristina

    Update no.2:

    Update:

    This book was number one on Amazon for a while (maybe it still is, I'm too lazy to check), it's why I got it in the first place. I didn't pick it up until last night, and after reading it, I regret my decision to get it.

    The main idea behind this book was to parody Rupy Kaur (why?

    Update no.2:

    Update:

    This book was number one on Amazon for a while (maybe it still is, I'm too lazy to check), it's why I got it in the first place. I didn't pick it up until last night, and after reading it, I regret my decision to get it.

    The main idea behind this book was to parody Rupy Kaur (why?), but to feature silly quotes and illustrations. There's nothing silly or entertaining about it. And I had to look into it.

    This is a compilation of stolen content without permission by the viners who are quoted, and without any credit given to them. And sure, that might not be illegal (or so the authors claim), but it's highly unethical, and just a dick move in my opinion. The illustrations aren't silly either, they're just shitty. These two geniuses could've at least tried to create something, but that was too much work. 1 star is too much, but I can't do lower than that.

    Goodreads, please give us negative ratings for this type of situations.

  • AleJandra

    Yo aquí queriendo empezar el año con toda la buena vibra, y aggg se me aparece este libro y me arruina mis buenas intenciones.

    Apenas es 7 de enero y ya tengo un libro que seguro estará en mi lista de lo peor del 2018.

    Reseña pendiente…

  • Sara M. Abudahab

    WTH?

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