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Brocabulary: The New Man-i-festo of Dude Talk
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Brocabulary: The New Man-i-festo of Dude Talk

by Daniel Maurer, Stirling Snow (Illustrator)
 

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Bro-cab-u-lary (n.): A revolutionary new lexicon for bonding with your bros

Put down your BlackBerry, you PDA-hole, and step into the testosterzone with Brocabulary. Wax fandiloquent about your favorite team or have a fargone-versation at the bar. Brocabulary leaves the vagibberish to the chicks and shows

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Bro-cab-u-lary (n.): A revolutionary new lexicon for bonding with your bros

Put down your BlackBerry, you PDA-hole, and step into the testosterzone with Brocabulary. Wax fandiloquent about your favorite team or have a fargone-versation at the bar. Brocabulary leaves the vagibberish to the chicks and shows you how to:

  • Define your stripping point (the precise number of Jäger shots it takes to make a woman want to get naked with you).
  • Conceal a bangover after a night of excessive sex.
  • Elect yourself the next Abraham Drinkin' and make an Inebriation Proclamation ("Four whores and seven beers ago . . .").

Stop brocrastinating!

It's time to become everyone's guydol by leaving your mark on dudescussions for generations to come.

Editorial Reviews

New York Times — T Style Magazine
“[An] anthem to the joys of male bonding...”
New York Times -- T Style Magazine
“[An] anthem to the joys of male bonding...”
New York Times - T Style Magazine
“[An] anthem to the joys of male bonding...”
T Style Magazine - New York Times
"[An] anthem to the joys of male bonding..."

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780061547560
Publisher:
HarperCollins Publishers
Publication date:
10/07/2008
Pages:
240
Sales rank:
1,151,001
Product dimensions:
5.50(w) x 8.20(h) x 0.50(d)

Meet the Author

Daniel Maurer is a manthropologist and an editor of New York magazine's award-winning food and nightlife blog Grub Street. His writing has appeared in the New York Times, Nerve.com, McSweeney's, and Metro. He lives in New York.

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