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I'm with Stupid: One Man. One Woman. Ten thousand Years of Misunderstanding Between the Sexes Cleared Right Up

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  • Anonymous

    Posted January 30, 2010

    Too funny!

    I enjoy Gina Barreca and wish that she wrote for my local paper. She and Gene are a great pair. I laughed through the whole book.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted July 6, 2004


    I enjoy reading a lot but usually find that if I read a funny book, there's not much intellect in it. On the other hand if I read an intellectual book, there's not much humor in it. This book successfully and effectively has both. I could not put this book down. I certainly learned many things about men that I did not know (bathroom habits come to mind). But I also learned much about what men didn't know about women that I assumed that they did. I have to say that one of my many favorite parts of this book was when Gina and Gene attempted to write a mini novel. I laughed hysterically, out loud, at the ending of their second collaboration. Oh-----My-----Goodness!!! What is so great about reading this work is that it does not ask you to 'choose a side', but gives you an insight to both sides which suggests that in the end aren't we really together in life's venture. A team that brings to the game all of the elements needed to win. I applaud Gina & Gene for stepping up to the plate. I highly recommend this book to anyone who is either male or female. Although I did share some of the humor with my 13 year old son, I would definitely not want him to read it in it's entirety because, in my opinion, parts of it would be totally inappropriate for adolescent and younger ears.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted February 12, 2004

    MUST READ!!!

    What a fabulous book! I've been reading the Gina/Gene columns monthly in the Washington Post magazine, and have been reading Gina's solo columns in the Hartford Courant for years. She's so brilliant and funny. Witty beyond belief. Buy this book! And then go and buy 'Too Much of a Good Thing is Wonderful' 'The Pengiun Book on Women's Humor' 'They Used to Call me SNow White but I drifted' and the Soprano's books she has out. Hilarity on every page. You won't regret it!!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted February 22, 2004

    I wish I had said that...

    Double the wit for your money! It's the arguments and conversations we've all been having, but with the lines and comebacks we wished we had thought of. Gene and Gina tap into the human experience and social questions of our post modern society... wait a minute... they do do that, but THE POINT OF THE BOOK IS THAT IT'S FUNNY! Everybody has had these conversations with the opposite sex -- just not with as much eloquence, style and wit. Good ammunition for the spousal debates.

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