An offensive, in-your-face, brutally honest and completely hilarious look at male inner life and sexual fantasy. In the course of this hilariously honest book, our narrator suffers through a relationship with his vapid wannabe-actress girlfriend until he finds the perfect girl. But when he moves into the new relationship, he slowly learns that all women are pretty much the same, that man's true desires will never be fulfilled, and the decision between living life alone or biting the marriage bullet must be made.
©2007 Chad Kultgen (P)2013 HarperCollinsPublishers
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"The Average American Book"
Certain friends would enjoy this book, others would turn it off after 10 minutes.
The narrator was fine.
Oh, God no. You can't possibly care about these characters any less, so why would I want to read more about them.
The book is a decently entertaining listen. It's crude, perverted and borderline pornographic, which makes up the entertaining part. The story is lame and predictable, and you pretty much hate every character in the book, and can't wait for it to be over.
"Hilarious if you are not easily offended"
Within 30 seconds, I was laughing out loud. The book stayed that way from start to finish. I've already recommended it to friends.
Not a good book! This is a guy just trying his own spin off of a Tucker Max book!! SUCKS
"Where do I start...?"
Riding on someone's shirttails can be risky in the fact that if you don't live up to the expectations of the other then your a wannabe, case in point, this book. This has less than 1/5 the humor, 1/10 the intelligence than Tucker Max and 5 times the vulgarity. Don't waste your money unless you have the moral compass of Hitler.
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