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Boys Are Stupid, Throw Rocks at Them!

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Girls, here it is—everything you need to know about boys: 1. Boys come from the Stupid Factory. 2. Boys are pretty much smelly and useless. 3. It is possible to have fun with boys, however..... 4. If you decide to keep a boyfriend, he will need to be housebroken.

With a South Park-for-girls edgy freshness, artist and entrepreneur (David & Goliath clothing) Todd Harris Goldman updates the eternal battle of the sexes. And this time the girls win. Packaged in soft, puffy cover ...

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Overview

Girls, here it is—everything you need to know about boys: 1. Boys come from the Stupid Factory. 2. Boys are pretty much smelly and useless. 3. It is possible to have fun with boys, however..... 4. If you decide to keep a boyfriend, he will need to be housebroken.

With a South Park-for-girls edgy freshness, artist and entrepreneur (David & Goliath clothing) Todd Harris Goldman updates the eternal battle of the sexes. And this time the girls win. Packaged in soft, puffy cover (so if you do keep a boyfriend around the house, he won't hurt himself too much when he tries to figure out what it is by putting it in his mouth), this bright, irreverent book is the perfect girlfriend gift .

No boys were hurt during the making of this book.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780761135937
  • Publisher: Workman Publishing Company, Inc.
  • Publication date: 4/4/2005
  • Pages: 80
  • Sales rank: 458,266
  • Product dimensions: 5.53 (w) x 5.88 (h) x 0.69 (d)

Meet the Author

Todd Harris Goldman himself a weirdo, began doodling on T-shirts in 1999. The next year his father loaned him the money to start David & Goliath, and the company took off, tapping into the teen and twenty-something zeitgeist and generating $100 million in sales. Mr. Goldman lives in Clearwater, Florida.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted December 18, 2013

    Pure 100% hate speech. Is this even legal?

    Pure 100% hate speech. Is this even legal?

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted April 20, 2007

    Thief

    This is not a review of the actual book itself, but about the author Todd Goldman. He is an art thief. He gets 'ideas' from another artist's hard work, then sticks them on a shirt or some other kind of merchandise. Of course, he doesn't take the art as it is. For some reason, he thinks that if he rips off a character then adds enough slight changes they're suddenly his. For example, there's 'his' character, Eve L. Turn her hair ribbons into clips on her head and add pupils, and you've got Lenore the Cute Little Dead Girl, created by Roman Dirge in 1992. As he puts it, 'it looks like a crude, child-like drawing of Lenore but with no pupils and the barrettes moved down. It looks almost exactly like little kid fan art I've been handed at conventions and used to grace my fridge.'. Another example of his thievery is Dave Kelly's (also known as 'Shmorky''s) comic from September 19th of 2001. It was a black and white drawing of a squirrell kneeling next to it's bed, praying. There's a thought bubble over it's head that says, 'Dear god, make everyone die. Amen.' In Goldman's 'interpretation', the only things added are color, a lightbulb on the celing, a mouth on the squirrel, and the squirrel's ribbon is gone. Oh, and the squirrel says please when asking god to make everyone die. Surely now all those little insignificant changes make it Goldman's right to make a profit off somebody else's art! These are just two examples of twenty or more cases where Goldman has stolen and marketed other people's art. Not only does he steal it, but he compliments himself about 'his' ideas. Here is a quote of his taken from the Chicago Flame's website, 'I'm just wacked out of my mind. Things just come to me really quickly. I have complete ADD so I've never finished a book before. I haven't really watched cartoons or read comic books. It's just my witty sense of humor and my love to draw,' Or it's just that it's real simple to type something in on google, stick it in Paint or Photoshop and change three things about it then prance around calling it yours and sticking it on whatever merchandise it can possibly be stuck on.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted February 11, 2006

    Funny?

    I watched my friend's 9 year old daughter taunt her 5 year old learning disabled brother with this book until he left the room crying. Anti boy hatred veiled in humor

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted March 25, 2009

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    Inappropriate for younger generations

    Todd Goldman is a great writer. Some of his work may be similar to another but it doesn't take away the humor. These book should be checked out to make sure its appropriate for younger children

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  • Anonymous

    Posted December 7, 2006

    Fantastic easy read full of humor

    This book is a great laugh. We have had so much fun reading this book with other women and a few men. I plan on giving it to my daughter for her 16th birthday. I know her friends and her will read this and laugh together. Sometimes in life you have to just laugh at yourself and the men in your life.

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