Tuesday, February 19, 2013

Men Don't Pee Straight - Book Review

Book Synopsis:

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.

About the Author:

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 literature such as "Men Don't Pee Straight."

On the more serious side, Rick Dean earned his bachelor's degree in engineering with a minor in philosophy from the Johns Hopkins University. He pilots his own aircraft for a number of humanitarian organizations such as AngelFlight, GraceFlight, and various Haitian relief efforts.

My Review:

My husband's chronological age is 36 but his maturity level is that of a 17 year old.  Rarely does he see the seriousness in things and it doesn't bother him if the toilet paper is hanging from the roll or strewn all over the floor.  For all his unorthodox ways, I still love him. 

My husband fits 9 out of 10 stereotypes of guys.  I don't think he's a pig; he's a man's man.  I accept him for who he is and he accepts me for who I am.  Men Don't Pee Straight is a humorous book that points to the inner workings of men.  For instance, the book points out that men like to scratch and they have short attention spans  (both hold true for my husband).  This book isn't to be taken seriously and it pokes fun of the male gender in a lighthearted way.  It features cartoon drawings and checklists that the ladies can fill out when they notice their men partaking in behavior that most women just don't understand.  Less than fifty pages long, this book garnered a few laughs and nods of the head from me.

I received book for review.  The opinions within this post are of my own and I was not influenced in any way.  Please do your own research before purchasing products or using services.  Your opinions and results may differ.

2 comments:

Masshole Mommy said...

Ahahahahahaha!! I live with four males and they DO NOT pee straight. I am pretty sure it's an impossible task. This book sounds wicked funny!

rmgales said...

Sounds like us girls could get a few good laughs out of this one. I'm thinking great stocking stuffer for my daughter and sister. I'll check it out.