Eugene Mirman isn't just a funny guy anymore. He's also a self-proclaimed expert on life, here to guide you with wildly fluctuating degrees of consideration for your personal well-being and actual physical safety.
Mirman's book debut, "The Will to Whatevs," hit stores earlier this month, and fellow comedian Zach Galifianakis says reading it is like "having a tiny Eugene riding on your shoulder and whispering his advice on your ear."
Tonight, life-sized Eugene will be at the Brookline Booksmith for a presumably hilarious PowerPoint presentation and to read from his book, which is, by his own admission, part truth and part utter fabrication.
The event starts at 7 p.m. and won't cost you a dime, though it would be in everyone's interest for you to subsidize Mirman's future in advice giving by purchasing a copy of his book.
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