Sex, Drugs and Cocoa Puffs: A Low Culture Manifesto is a book by Chuck Klosterman published in 2003. The book is collection of essays exploring philosophical, cultural, psychological and political themes through investigations of phenomena in popular culture. Klosterman argues that MTV's The Real World has effected the formation of one-dimensional characters, examines the role of tribute bands, finds a philosophical allegory for strife and rivalry in the 1980s rivalry between the Boston and LA basketball teams, and much more.

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