Oh, good. Offensiveness, stupid stunts, DiCo, and the usual bits that you would attribute to the Jackass star are found in abundance in his book, Serious As Dog Dirt. Yet, I’m not laughing. Why? Simple: Jackass is the easiest form of entertainment: watching people hurt themselves by being dumbasses. Add the slightest amount of work into the equation and you’re fucked. A book by Bam is exactly what you would think it is: a tattoo session with Ville from H.I.M. (Which I am pretty sure is the session that Ville stood me up on an interview for), bragging about humping his wife (dur) and a mural of Tom Selleck sucking a dick. B for effort, don’t get me started on your terrible spelling and disregard for grammar.
Don’t get me wrong, I ain’t gonna stop watching Jackass. EVER. But it should come as no surprise that Bam’s “book” has nothing of real value to offer the world of literature.