A collection of witty essays covering a diverse range of topics, such as taking a cruise, the film maker David Lynch, and tennis. The title essay, A Supposedly Fun Thing I'll Never Do Again, finds the author becoming disillusioned with the hospitality industry after spending a week on a cruise ship and feeling compelled to be behave like a brat and have a fun time. Some of the essays are autobiographical and reveal the author's experiences as a tennis player or at a state fair.

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