Do you ever feel like being an adult sucks? You get so caught up in grown-up stuff like forgetting to pay bills, finding socks that match, and lying about why you were late for work that you lose sight of everything that ever made you happy as a child? You give up on popping wheelies. You stop ding dong ditching and vandalizing stuff. You don’t even think spitballs or really loud farts are as funny as they used to be, and you can’t even remember the last time you threw a party at your parent’s house when they weren’t home. This is what happened to Buck Brennan, and by the time he was thirty-five years old, he was just a shell of that spry young man who left the loudest farts in the 5th grade.
Buck Brennan takes you on his own personal journey of self-discovery and shows you how he reset his narcissistic mindset so that he now thinks that he is better than you. Through meditation, visualization, and a few other things he looked up on the Internet, Buck Brennan was also able to reconnect with his inner-child, and today Buck Brennan is still the same happy-go-lucky kid who masturbates five times a day and plays with matches.
Buck Brennan’s inspirational true story of hope and redemption will change your life forever. If you don’t believe me, my third cousin from New Jersey didn’t read it, and he is still on heroin. My fat nosey neighbor didn’t read it, and he’s still a a dickhead. My nan and pap didn’t read it, either. Now they are both dead.
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Buck came from very humble beginnings where he remains even today. He was born in 1979 in rural Pennsylvania, and by the time he was 25, he needed to find a Goddamn job and move the hell out so he could start paying for his own goddamn bills already. At least that is what his parents were always telling him. What his parents didn’t understand was that he was a Psychology major, and Psychology majors don’t do stuff like get good jobs or move out of their parents’ house. With a shitty college major, and not enough charm or good looks to enter the lucrative world of pharma sales like his mom and dad wanted him to, Buck did the only thing he could to make money. He became a high school guidance counselor.
Buck never won any awards for his writing, but he did win many participation awards as a kid and countless drinking games in college. Currently, Buck lives in rural PA with his dog, his cat, and his two children. In his free time, he enjoys looking for the remote, complaining about stuff, and fighting with his ex-wife.