The Complete Idoit's Guide for Dumies; A How-to Book on Dumbing Down

The Complete Idoit's Guide for Dumies; A How-to Book on Dumbing Down

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The Complete Idoit's Guide for Dumies; A How-to Book on Dumbing Down by Thomas Dolt, Ian Dullard

With over 950 titles in the "For Dummies" and "Complete Idiot's Guide" series combined—that's 70 million copies in print—these books are universally recognized, inherently obnoxious, and just longing for a good lampoon. A complete how-to guide for anyone who's aspiring to the asinine, The Complete Idiot's Guide for Dumies (along with its miniature, abridged, companion edition) puts you right on the cutting edge of imbecility. This book serves up a smorgasbord of today's leading morons and mouth-breathers—from Jerry Springer and Mike Tyson to the Spice Girls and Dan Quayle—sending up a mind-numbing salute to the greatest cultural legacy of the late twentieth century: the dumbing down of America.

  • Special sections on professional wrestling, infomercials, sticker poetry, Monica Lewinsky, and more!
  • Includes dozens of sidebars: Dumb Quotes, Dumb Speak, Brutish Behavior, and more.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781580081740
Publisher: Ten Speed Press
Publication date: 10/01/1999
Edition description: Abridged
Pages: 128
Product dimensions: 7.38(w) x 8.97(h) x 0.31(d)

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The Complete Idoit's Guide for Dumies; A How-to Book on Dumbing Down 4.5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
It was an amazingly funny book. dolt and Dullard have a hilarious view of divorce, pro wrestling, political scandals and college life. Read this book!!
Guest More than 1 year ago
I picked this up for a buddy, thinking I'd give it as a gift, you know, because of the title. But I started reading and just found it to be too funny to give up. If any aspect of this inane modern culture wasn't attacked brilliantly in this book, then it's not worth mocking. Great, really, is all.