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Belligerence and Debauchery: The Tucker Max Stories

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  • Anonymous

    Posted June 28, 2005

    Tucker Is My Hero :)

    This is an amazing book, full of 47 Tucker Max stories. Filled with (you guessed it) plenty of belligerence and debauchery. I recommend this book to everyone.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted December 18, 2003

    Patron of all men

    And I thought I was a bad person! Tucker Max is a patron of all men! His site is incredible, his books are just as noteworthy. Read it and learn from his examples, think of ways to top him. Make a legend out of yourself. Anyhow, give this man his respect and laugh constantly as you read his book!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted July 3, 2003


    This is it. The best book I have EVER read. Not only did it make me laugh out loud about 2 dozen times, but it also taught me a lot. I read the site, bought the book, and never looked back. I am here buying the Pickup-Lines book now. If it is HALF as hysterical as this was, I will be a happy (and much less lonely) man. Tucker Max, you are a man among men. Thank you.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted July 1, 2003

    More of the Same

    After reading a friend's copy of this book, I was compelled to check out the website, and found it to be an extention of the same well-articulated stories comprised only of shock value. Give it as a gag gift, or skim through it for a good laugh, but don't take it seriously. Good bathroom reading, especially if you run out of paper.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted June 20, 2003

    Hunter S. Thompson Meets Jackass

    Drunkenness, sex, bad behavior and a steady stream of insults that are democratically obnoxious are the driving forces in the forty-seven stories collected in this book. Tucker Max presents the world as a Darwinian playground in which Alpha males roam the landscape (which consists of an endless array of bars and parties) preying on the weak, always on the lookout for sexually available females. I hesitated to share these stories with the females in my life. But the first time my girlfriend read Tucker Max, she laughed so hard she cried. Then she gave the book to her mother to read. So much for my hypersensitivity. Buy a copy for your friend's bachelor party so he never forgets the world he's leaving behind. Buy one for yourself so you can enjoy Tucker Max's debauchery without having to suffer through the consequences of pursuing this sort of adventure on your own.

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