It probably won’t come as much of a surprise to you to learn that I hate bros. With their Sperry Topsiders, obnoxious pink Lacoste polo shirts with the collars flipped, and Widespread Panic tickets. And if I hear “Don’t Stop Believing” shittily sung at karaoke one more time, I will jump up on stage and strangle the singer with the microphone wire.
That said, there is one thing that I recently discovered that looks kind of hilarious and it’s called Broetry.
“Broetry” is a collection of poems for dudes written by Brian McGackin that details his observations on life from high school through college and on to a quarter life crisis.
Xbox 360, frozen pizza, Star Wars conventions, cleaning George Foreman grills, ninja warriors, and the cinematic wonder that is Bruce Willis are just a few of the topics discussed in Broetry. Some of the poem titles include “Stopping by Wawa on a Snowy Evening” and “Ode to that Girl I Dated For, Like, a Month Sophomore Year”.
This would make a great gift for a boyfriend or brother. Broetry will be released July 5, but you can preorder it on Amazon today. Hell, order me a copy while you’re at it!