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Stuff White People Like: The Definitive Guide to the Unique Taste of Millions

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Most Helpful Favorable Review

5 out of 5 people found this review helpful.

Hilarious, honest, great conversation piece

Great gift for that liberal in your life! As a graduate of a private liberal arts college in NJ, this book is a strikingly accurate and entertaining satire of "white culture." You will be hard-pressed to find a white person in your life who does not fit many, if not all...
Great gift for that liberal in your life! As a graduate of a private liberal arts college in NJ, this book is a strikingly accurate and entertaining satire of "white culture." You will be hard-pressed to find a white person in your life who does not fit many, if not all, of these attributes. I found myself nodding and laughing out loud with each turn of the page. Erring more on the side of the far-left Caucasian, it will probably be coming soon to a Whole Foods near you...

posted by 646153 on March 10, 2009

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2 out of 14 people found this review helpful.

not what they like but what they can afford...

This book while funny on a superficial level if you pause for a second and actually take it in it isn't so much stuff white people like but what white people can afford unfortunately. I am disgusted at how much this is actually about class issues than about race issues,...
This book while funny on a superficial level if you pause for a second and actually take it in it isn't so much stuff white people like but what white people can afford unfortunately. I am disgusted at how much this is actually about class issues than about race issues, although don't get me wrong, they are somewhat in there. This book should be offensive to anyone reading it. All the book does is make it okay to perpetuate inequality.

posted by chelsikd on April 11, 2009

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