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#22: Men Don't Pee Straight - Rick Dean

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Chock full of male stereotypes that every spouse, girlfriend, and mother has always recognized but never fully realized, "Men Don't Pee Straight" provides a humorous outlet for the irksome habits of that man in their life.
Short but sweet, these cartoon illustrated pages take male stereotypes to a level of ridicule that is sure to bring a smile - especially for those who can smile at their own quirks.


  • Paperback: 44 pages
  • Publisher: Rick Dean Books (May 15, 2012)
  • ISBN: 9780615642154
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Author Bio:
Rick Dean is a true study of human nature. By carefully blundering through one relationship after another, he has achieved an astonishing level of understanding and experience with how not to maintain a relationship. He enjoys sharing that depth of acumen (or at least what he would like to believe is a depth of acumen) with cartoon illustrated literature.



Review:
If you're looking for the perfect gag gift for a friend, this is for you.
I laughed at all the stereo-typical, yet true reasons for why men are the way they are. The author really sums it up nicely and in a way that'll have you in stitches.
I used to hate the toilet seat being up, but now that I have a better reasoning as to why they do it, which is also in connection to them not peeing straight, I will not complain again.
A humorous read all the way through, but very much so for adults only.


4/5


DISCLAIMER: I received a copy for review. I was not compensated. Opinions are my own.

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