Pros: funny, well assembled collection of mancabulary Cons: overdone at times The Bottom Line: Very complete collection of brocabularly that is hilarious at times. I am a man. I am not the most typical of men, but I am a man nevertheless. In being man I have been born with certain characteristics that define how I act in different situations as well as how I communicate in those same situations. … more
Having read through this book, I can say it is exactly what it claims to be; a dictionary of various "dude"-type lingo. It's not exactly deep, rather like the culture it depicts, but it is very broad, rather like the culture it depicts. It's funny and vaguely disturbing, all at the same time (rather like the culture it... oh, you get the idea). Some if it had me actually laughing out loud (The Ten Bromandments, most notably, as well as Lincoln writing a letter after a night … more
From Daniel Maurer, comes the Brocabulary: A tongue-in-cheek book that breaks down the guy code, the do's, the don't and the ultimate "Ten Brommandments" of the red-blooded male. Divided into 12 sections and filled with occasional humorous cartoons, this makes it an easy to read book and good way to pass the time. It is filled with many "guy terms" and slangs that some may have already heard, but never knew what it meant. For example: A "Rackcident" occurs when you are driving … more
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