Milk and Vine by Adam Gasiewski

Milk and Vine

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, nostalgic vines that are sure to have you laughing again. Keep the fire of authenti...

Details Milk and Vine

TitleMilk and Vine
Release DateOct 21st, 2017
GenrePoetry, Nonfiction, Humor, Comedy

Reviews Milk and Vine

  • 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 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, bri...
  • Josu Lorenzo 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 'Ms. Keisha, Ms. Keisha, Oh my fuckin god she fuckin dead' me parece -cuanto menos- icónico.En fin, lo recomiendo si os gustan los vines tanto cómo a mí. Y a mí me gustan mucho.
  • Tasha
    Exploiting Rupi Kaur's success, making fun of modern poetry because you're probably bored, and plagiarism? If the only way you can make fun of Milk and Honey is to steal vines (and not credit any of the creators) because you're not funny enough to think of your own things, then you're pathetic.
  • Melissa Jennings
    1. Exploiting the success of Rupi Kaur is horrendous and the "authors" of this book should be ashamed.2. Trashing modern poetry is also terrible. Why not just come out with your actual opinion rather than be horrendous human beings and capitalise on someone else's success?3. Also, none of the content in the book belongs to these authors. You're not funny. Classic vines are, but NOT YOU.
  • 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?
  • hayden
    best book of 2017. just wish it were longer!
  • adaline
    i hate how much more i enjoyed this than the original milk and honey*4 out of 5 stars*
  • Bonnie Wells
    Probably the best $3 I've ever spent
  • Maggie Flournoy
    very funny, but i did not appreciate the copyright page at the beginning of the book. you can’t copyright content you didn’t create lol !! but other than that page (which lowkey disgusted me) i loved it
  • amanda
    this was super amusing. 10/10 for funny vines but there should really be some credit to the viners!!!
  • Steph
    This was stupid and I loved it all.
  • Tabea Vanessa
    Pure artistry! 5 stars, no question.The only poetry book I will ever read.
  • Brianna
    i love vine
  • Teresa
    A true classic
  • Ashley Sarra
    Great parody of Milk and Honey, good for anyone missing the golden age of Vine, horrible for those who actually made the content. None of those who made the vines the poets directly copied scrips from is credited; ambiguous if they were asked to use creative content before the book was published.
  • Cory
    Listen, I'm not proud, but what I am is deeply amused. This was an excellent use of one dollar. RIP Vine, always and forever.
  • Payton Boyd
    A wonderful hommageHilarious 😂. It's like the Milk and Honey memes on Twitter, I can't believe they actually made it, its so funny to see it printed in a book 😂😂
  • Adam Gasiewski
    I may be a bit biased, but for my younger generation, I know this book is hilarious. It places well known, hilarious vines in the popular Milk and Honey format. It's even funnier seeing it in print 😂
  • 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 all of the things that people have been calling you out on, but don't try to profit off of it. The biggest issue with this book is that it's trying to make a profit at the expense of others and at the very ...
  • Gemma
    Finally a genius idea! I love Vine, and I enjoyed this "parody" very much. One of my favourite Vines (which is not included) is "Spill that tea! -What the fuck? -You said spill the tea! -I meant tell me!". It gets me every.single.time. The Internet is truly my happy place lolps: I want to read Milk and Tweets like now. Twitter has been my everything lately so I can't wait for this one.
  • gabb
    i mean this wasn’t anything to revolutionary but this was fun to read as someone who loves watching those vine threads on twitter and vine compilations on youtube or tumblri need my friend to get this bc everytime i reference a vine and she don’t get it im just like GET CULTURED BITCH
  • Robyn
    omfg i love it
  • Anthony
    hi my name’s Troy and i have a basketball game tomorrowwwwwww
  • Jillian Stock
    EhIt was fun. I'm going through a period of missing vine and I recognized a lot of these, but it's not really worth buying.
  • Yezenia Magana
    AMAZEBALLS I loved vine and seeing a book done in honor of it just makes me so freaking happy like AHHHHHHH
  • Dut Hersh
    Haha! Genius. Just a bunch of inside jokes that those in the know can visit at will.
  • Anna
    Hi my name’s trey and I have a basketball game tomorrow
  • Maia Paz
    Made me laugh a lot.Bitch