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Men Are Better Than Women

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Most Helpful Favorable Review

12 out of 16 people found this review helpful.

'Man Humor' at it's finest. Humor. Jokes. Get it?

This book is hilarious on multiple levels. I found myself laughing uncontrollably countless times, and that's the way I love reading. Yes, we all know that it's man-piggish and egotistical, but that's the point. IT'S A JOKE. I myself am a man, and I'm humanist (not femi...
This book is hilarious on multiple levels. I found myself laughing uncontrollably countless times, and that's the way I love reading. Yes, we all know that it's man-piggish and egotistical, but that's the point. IT'S A JOKE. I myself am a man, and I'm humanist (not feminist. I believe equal rights have truly been bestowed, and time will take care of the rest. Women are capable of great things, and society no longer is holding them down.) and I think this is one of the most comical works that I've ever read. A proper approach to reading this book and not getting irritated, I've found, is to treat it like Stephen Colbert's Book (or TV show, likewise). And, lastly, if you need proof that it's all in humor, check out the identity he goes by on the book. 'Dick Masterson.' It's man humor. If women don't think it's funny, they don't have to read it.

posted by Anonymous on July 20, 2008

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Most Helpful Critical Review

6 out of 13 people found this review helpful.

I honestly tried...but this book fails

Short and to the point, this book is a pointless waste of time, money, effort, and attention. If you read this book, your IQ will drop, you will be offended (male or female readers) and you'll wonder how in the world this book justifies a price over a few pennies.

W...
Short and to the point, this book is a pointless waste of time, money, effort, and attention. If you read this book, your IQ will drop, you will be offended (male or female readers) and you'll wonder how in the world this book justifies a price over a few pennies.

While I'm sure the author is somehow attempting to match other authors in the "fratire" genre, this book just comes across as degrading. Look, I'm a guy, I enjoy drunken frat boy stories and sex-capades as much as the next male reader but this book crosses the line.

No point, no story, just pages of insults.

posted by JR_Bookreader on September 17, 2010

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  • Anonymous

    Posted March 5, 2013

    Title

    I am, unlike most of the people who are reading this, am not whining about it's contents and saying that it leads to stilted, false relations (and unrealistic expectations) between the sexes (What, no! I was not describing Cosmopolitan magazine! Although...the only difference between the two is ONE of the publications is trying to be funny and the other is manipulative trash used against the other gender to acquire things that the reader doesn't need, but are told that they need these things to be "satisfied". I will let you guess which is which).
    That being said, this takes a few un P.C. jokes and stretches it to 150 pages of barely-concealed venom against the female race, leaving me to wonder (1) Why?, and (2) Who is this for? Ted Bundy?

    Gordon
    Lake Station, IN

    1 out of 2 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted May 1, 2013

    Could go one way or the other...

    When i first read this book I hated it! The author really seemed to live up to his first name. He definitely is a narcissistic womanizer. I suffered through it and put it on the shelf. Later I decided to pick it up again and I was suprised to find myself laughing most of the way through it. I guess it depends on your attitude when you read it...

    0 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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    Posted October 10, 2010

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