Saddest Book Ever - Microwave Cooking for One

I can't think of a sadder book than this; "Microwave Cooking for One." Well, at least the lady on the cover looks happy with her life of solitude.
Look at the book review I found on Amazon:

278 of 301 people found the following review helpful:
5.0 out of 5 stars A Cure for Lonliness, March 25, 2010
By Kyle Kruczek (New York)

Alone in my dark apartment, having worn my 3 Wolf Moon T-Shirt as well for countless weeks, found this book to be my bible. I sit at my dining room table, playing World of Warcraft night after night, sobbing silently for want of notice by another human being. Pizza boxes piling up, chinese food leftovers filling my fridge, I was beginning to run out of options. I recently lost my job as a Custodial Consultant for sniffing the amonia in the utility closet. My funding for my gourmet meals from such world reknown chefs as Boyardi and Uncle Ben had begun running low. Stumbling in a drunken daze through the local bookstore, my elbow carelessly knocked a book onto the floor as I turned a corner. As I peered down, I saw the title, "Microwave Cooking for One."

Curiously, I picked it up and decided to have a a quick read. As I began flipping through the pages, I began to see that this was no ordinary cookbook. No my friends, this was a book passed down from the Gods themselves, displaying the infinite beauty of their messenger Marie T Smith on the cover. I knew at that moment, that this book would change my life. I purchased it with the last few dollars to my name and brought it home. Because of this book, I now eat like a King. Filet Mignon? Chicken Alfredo? Caviar? Its all in there. Not only do you never need to buy another cookbook, there will never be a book so beautifully written ever again. From that point, I ahve divided my life into two different categories, life before Microwave Cooking for One and life after, much like the Old and New Testament.

From this book I have made more friends than I can count, gained 30 pounds of rock hard muscle, and have a new job as VP of a major financial holdings company. This book worked for me, and I am sure it will work for you.



  1. Oh my gosh! the testimonial has to be a joke. I laughed so hard!

  2. I would be this guy's friend. Even without his divine inspiration. Hahaha, I love people. :)

  3. The woman's face on the cover is classic. So lonely, like she's trying to use her masterful microwave cooking skills to bribe someone into being her only friend.

  4. hahaha. this is so great. so so so great

  5. Yeah, I love the woman on the cover too. "I hide my sadness with luke warm microwave meatloaf."

  6. Yerright, it's sad to cook or to bake for yourself only. It's as if eating with no one you could chat with and talk with. Too bad for her, she had every kitchen tools and equipment she needed but can't manage to enjoy everything she eat up.