The Real Animal House: The Awesomely Depraved Saga of the

The Real Animal House: The Awesomely Depraved Saga of the Fraternity That Inspired the Movie ❮Reading❯ ➶ The Real Animal House: The Awesomely Depraved Saga of the Fraternity That Inspired the Movie Author Chris Miller – Thomashillier.co.uk Animal House, the film adaptation of stories Chris Miller published in National Lampoon about his experiences at a Dartmouth USA fraternity, is among the most beloved and successful comedies of all ti Animal House, the film adaptation of stories Animal House: PDF ☆ Chris Miller published in National Lampoon about his experiences at a Dartmouth USA fraternity, is among the most beloved and successful comedies of all time Its portrayal of college party life is still imitated on campuses across America toga party, anyone Now, nearly thirty years after the movie hit cinemas, there are no taboos The Real Kindle - left and Chris Miller can finally answer the fans who all want to know one thing was it really like that The answer Yes but much, much out of control Here, for the first time, are the real stories of Alpha Delta Phi Like the one about the frat brother who entertained the house by lighting his hair on fire not the Real Animal House: MOBI ô hair on his head, however Or about the pledge who trick or treated around campus in a very revealing jack o lantern costume Or about initiation night when a frozen hot dog became very painful for two rushes.


10 thoughts on “The Real Animal House: The Awesomely Depraved Saga of the Fraternity That Inspired the Movie

  1. Barney Barney says:

    Why is Animal House my favorite film The following three exchanges Jennings I took this job until I finish my novelBoone How long ya been working on it Jennings Three yearsPinto It must be very goodJennings It s a piece of shitKaty Boone, I think I m in love with a retard.Boone Is he bigger than me Pinto They won t even let us enter a float in the homecoming parade.Boone Watch a bunch of zombies ride a pile of Kleenex down the street Rah rah.Well, I saw this book written by the real Why is Animal House my favorite film The following three exchanges Jennings I took this job until I finish my novelBoone How long ya been working on it Jennings Three yearsPinto It must be very goodJennings It s a piece of shitKaty Boone, I think I m in love with a retard.Boone Is he bigger than me Pinto They won t even let us enter a float in the homecoming parade.Boone Watch a bunch of zombies ride a pile of Kleenex down the street Rah rah.Well, I saw this book written by the real life Pinto, named so because of the multi varied hues of his member and instantly grabbed it book, not member There is a sort of theme to the text, but it is mostly wrapped up with the following things alcohol, dicks, boobs and trying to have all three appear at the same time I have never read so many words for breasts boobs, teats, milkbags, bazooms, gazongas, gabongas, wazoosthe list goes on and on The characters of the house are all there, complete with debauchery and one guy who takes a jack o lantern, strips naked, and wraps the pumpkin around his crotch with his dick through the nose hole Of course he goes trick or treating There are not many good female characters most are hidden behind their funbags , but I suppose I expected this Women are things in this text, things with yabos Chased by men with tools, dicks, flagpoles men who can projectile vomit onto a poster of Harriet Nelson Men who hang out in a place which has a basement with a gutter along two of the walls That s right, a gutter At the end of parties they hose down the floor and the puke boot in the parlance of the book , pee and god knows what else gets washed into a drain in the corner Women tend to be ornaments to this chaos, added appendages that get in the way of the beer.It took me a while to figure out what the book was missing when compared to the movie It is the gleeful finger in the eye of the authority figures of the campus The end where are they now segment, one of my favorite parts of the book, is quite poignant and sets off this dichotomy nicely Many of the drunken louts who listened to Little Richard and Ruth Brown instead of Pat Boone became what Dartmouth grads in the 1960s became lawyers, bankers, doctors People who retired to Napa and Marin to complain about social inequality while ensconced in 1.8 million dollar houses, those 40 50 year olds that brought you the 1980s Me Generation, voted for Bill Clinton in 1992 and thought fiscal conservatism and social liberalism was one A Duke Idea for the Democratic party.While they can act out and be rebellious , they almost never did so much as to get thrown out And if they did get thrown out, the buddy system of the frats and the administration would keep them afloat and back in class Money in this book talks while bullshit walks The main character complains about hisbeatnik friends, and finds them shallow compared to his housemates You see, his housemates sometimes hang out with black guys But, they are gone after the concert is over He bitches about a Joanie Baez concert infringing on important grab the boobies time We can check out the tits on the local chick at the grocery store, but we certainly don t want her around in the morning In other words, we can act like drunk townies called Emmets, and neverthan that but we don t mix with them These are the guys that are fun at parties, telling you stories of that crazy frat house they were in where the one guy did the thing in a gorilla suit with four midgets, a fire extinguisher and a can of cheese whiz It s funny, and we all laugh, and we all go on to the next one But, they are the guys who are always looking back to become again what they were Many of them have chalked up 3 4 marriages, several of them are dead due to various causes related to alcohol and drugs I m no prude, and I don t give a shit how many times someone has tied the knot my grandmother was married no less than 6 times What I don t like is living in the past, and this book is soaking in it


  2. Enty Quadrophenia Enty Quadrophenia says:

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers To view it, click here When Chris Miller returned to Dartmouth in 1959, he dreaded the upcoming rush week, during which he was expected both by his father and by his peers to pledge to, horror of horrors, a fraternity Not finding anything in common with his father s old fraternity or at any of the others he went to, he fulfilled a promise to another dorm fellow and checked out Alpha Delta Phi The rest, as they say, is history.The Real Animal House is a beer soaked memoir of the fraternity that inspired the hugely su When Chris Miller returned to Dartmouth in 1959, he dreaded the upcoming rush week, during which he was expected both by his father and by his peers to pledge to, horror of horrors, a fraternity Not finding anything in common with his father s old fraternity or at any of the others he went to, he fulfilled a promise to another dorm fellow and checked out Alpha Delta Phi The rest, as they say, is history.The Real Animal House is a beer soaked memoir of the fraternity that inspired the hugely successful 1978 film Animal House Miller is the real Pinto a character not named after the horse, the car, or the bean, as one finds out and he introduces us to a cavalcade of wild characters some of them, like Otter, instantly familiar, while others, like Seal, Bags, and Alby a combination that equals Belushi s Bluto Noticeably absent are antagonists like the Omegas and Dean Wormer as Miller says, Dean Seymour is not and never was Dean Wormer Dean Wormer was Richard Nixon The exploits of the fraternity given the first and only triple warning in Dartmouth history are not for the weak stomached, the queasy, or the easily offended These are young men away at college and in an environment where alcohol is easily obtainable and consumed in mass quantities, and the behavior follows predictable lines The book is filled with frank and graphic depictions of hazing, vomiting, and the stereotypical fixation of young men sex Also included are some truly disgusting incidents that made even this reviewer cringe no mean feat No apologies are made and none should be expected for a group of students coming of age in a time when the world was about to undergo some major changes, rebelling against the stifling conformity of the fifties is the stuff of great storytelling.The bottom line is if you love the movie, read the book If you hated the movie, then perhaps it would be best give Chris Miller and the other Adelphians a pass


  3. Mark Leffler Mark Leffler says:

    I have been a huge fan of Chris Miller s Lampoon stories since I discovered them at sixteen, in the National Lampoon monthly magazine A few years later the movie he wrote with Harold Ramis and Doug Kenney came out Animal House I loved the movie and it was a huge hit That year Chris Miller wrote and published the novelization of the screenplay in his loose and witty nattative style, honed over those many years of Lampoon writing I lost the initial copy years ago but thanks to , now own I have been a huge fan of Chris Miller s Lampoon stories since I discovered them at sixteen, in the National Lampoon monthly magazine A few years later the movie he wrote with Harold Ramis and Doug Kenney came out Animal House I loved the movie and it was a huge hit That year Chris Miller wrote and published the novelization of the screenplay in his loose and witty nattative style, honed over those many years of Lampoon writing I lost the initial copy years ago but thanks to , now own two copies, one an original printing I hope a lot of people read this very hip and funny memoir I think it s a gas


  4. Felix Felix says:

    I was surprised by the eloquent writing intermixed with the scenes of booting, genitalia exposure, and general drunken shenanigans There is so muchgoing on this novel, it was about the music of the time, but also about order and chaos Or a pocket of chaos on this college campus, while the world around them tried to hold onto a sense of order and control This book also showed me that people actually enjoyed having recreational sex during the olden days Like I said, very eloquent and s I was surprised by the eloquent writing intermixed with the scenes of booting, genitalia exposure, and general drunken shenanigans There is so muchgoing on this novel, it was about the music of the time, but also about order and chaos Or a pocket of chaos on this college campus, while the world around them tried to hold onto a sense of order and control This book also showed me that people actually enjoyed having recreational sex during the olden days Like I said, very eloquent and sophisticated writing, which I thought fit well with the all the craziness


  5. Kimberly Ann Kimberly Ann says:

    Eh Crass and vulgar for the sake of vulgarity Maybe maybe not, depending from whose eyes.Juvenileistic pranks, rude crude.hey let s get drunk as a skunk This is suppose to be funnier than the movie I think not The boys in the movie seemed to be borderline lovable losers..not so in the real story Eh Crass and vulgar for the sake of vulgarity Maybe maybe not, depending from whose eyes.Juvenileistic pranks, rude crude.hey let s get drunk as a skunk This is suppose to be funnier than the movie I think not The boys in the movie seemed to be borderline lovable losers..not so in the real story


  6. Vincent O& Vincent O& says:

    Tremendously funny book The first couple of chapters are a little slow, but things pick up rapidly once rush week starts There are a few incidents described here that are really quite disgusting, but the coming of age storylinethan redeems it.


  7. Phil Overeem Phil Overeem says:

    Hilarious about 70% of the time, much, much different than the movie, and containing a surprising amount of popular music commentary.


  8. Stephan Stephan says:

    Can you boot on command Does the thrill of binge drinking, road trips to whore houses, and overall angst excite you Join a fraternity Despite Chris Miller s tales of debauchery taking place in the mid 60s, the same fraternity mindset haunted them as it does the college children of now Key point to mention, Chris Miller went on to write for National Lampoon, and his fraternity and it s tales, were the inspiration for Animal House.


  9. Kathryn Kathryn says:

    As a Dartmouth alumna who enjoyed frat culture at the College, I loved this book It was very nostalgic for me, even if the stories took place decades before I even attended the institution.I think this book would be funny if you haven t been a Dartmouth student But if you are against frat culture or don t understand it, then this probably isn t the book for you.


  10. Chris Edwards Chris Edwards says:

    Watch the movie and skip this horrendous book.


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