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by C. E. Crimmins,Tom O'Leary

ePub The Gay Man's Guide to Heterosexuality download
Author:
C. E. Crimmins,Tom O'Leary
ISBN13:
978-0312181024
ISBN:
0312181027
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Publisher:
St Martins Pr; 1st edition (April 1, 1998)
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Subcategory:
Humor
ePub file:
1234 kb
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1709 kb
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Rating:
4.8
Votes:
525

Crimmins and Tom O'Leary. St. Martin's Griffin. You never know when you're going to bump into a heterosexual-today they are everywhere-but with this handy guide, you'll be prepared for any encounter. Connect with the author.

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The Gay Man's Guide to Heterosexuality offers a humorous look at the strange and often inexplicable habits of heterosexuals. This book not only tells you everything you need to know about the straight world (and then some), but answers questions that have probably been plaguing you for years, like: - What are they carrying in all those minivans? - Why are their dogs so big?

This book not only tells you everything you need to know about the straight world (and then some), but answers questions that have probably been plaguing you for years, like: - What are they carrying in all those minivans? - Why are their dogs so big?

O'Leary & Crimmins have done a marvelous job of sending up that terrifyingly odd collection of human beings called . Published by Thriftbooks. com User, 21 years ago. A Gay Man's Guide to Heterosexuality by . Crimmins and Tom O'Leary

O'Leary & Crimmins have done a marvelous job of sending up that terrifyingly odd collection of human beings called heterosexuals. This is a witty, sometimes cheeky and always funny poke into the ribs of straight America. Besides being the Best-Selling Gay & Lesbian Nonfiction Book in the US it's also a hoot beyond words.

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Offers a humorous look at the inexplicable habits of heterosexuals and includes answers to such questions as "What are they carrying in all those minivans?" "Why are their dogs so big?" and "Why do show tunes scare them?"
  • A Gay Man's Guide to Heterosexuality by C.E. Crimmins and Tom O'Leary. Besides being the #1 Best-Selling Gay & Lesbian Nonfiction Book in the US it's also a hoot beyond words. Virtually a sick and highly humorous explanation of those who begat us all, it's guaranteed to have you on the floor doubled over (not with your legs in the air) but this time with genuine gut laughter - - the kind you havent had since the early Woody Allen films. From the McCall's-type photo illustration on the cover through this humorous look at the strange habits of heterosexuals, this is the best beach-read of the summer! Or the perfect hostess gift! Anyway you look at het-life or at yourself you can't go wrong with a copy stuffed in your speedos on Fire Island, The Russian River, Key West Provincetown or Boys Town. A hit for all seasons, a palpable hit!

  • Buy two copies -- one for your bookself and one for your medicine cabinet. It's the perfect cure for all those headaches caused by, well you know, them. Bad day at the office? Read chapter 1 (overview). Sick of your favorite movie being pre-empted by the...playoffs? Is that what they call them?...Read chapter 7 (sports). Nauseated from a trip to the mall? Read chapter 6 (lifestyle). The strong of constitution may want to brave chapter 3 (mating habits). The section on the honeymoon is truly our Rosetta stone. I laughed so hard I nearly spewed latte!

  • When I first saw this book, I thought what a great title. I couldn't wait to get the book and sit down to devour it. When I got it and looked at all the subtitles - I thought I was in for a hilarious read. I was very disappointed. Don't get me wrong, there are a few laughs. Often, however the author goes a bit too far and the satire comes off as being mean and cruel, not at all funny. I thought he had a great outline for the book, but didn't know what to do then. I'd like to see someone who's actually comical try and write it.

  • My friends and I laughed until we lost our breath!
    It's about time someone turned all of the gay stereotypes around and made fun of straights.
    My favorite bit was about straight people inventing the television so they wouldn't have to go out at night. Loved the book! I sent one to my mother this morning!

  • From "Ask Mr. Hetero" to "Mating Rituals: The Heterosexual Wedding and Its Aftermath," this book will embarrass you badly if you read it in public and suffer from a sense of humor. Send it to friends; you'll look like a genius.

  • Honestly, this book is a solid "B": definitely not an "A" and definitely not a "C" or lower. What is more amazing, however, is that Cathy Crimmins must have written it during her husband's recovery from a traumatic brain injury (See Crimmins's excellent "Where is the Mango Princess?" for an account of that). How should could have written this light-hearted fluff while going through that Hell is beyond me.

  • A completely brilliant must read for homos, fag hags, hag fags and any other member of the lavender mafia. Pass it to your parents to help them understand the error of their ways....

  • The book and its layout are nice and some jokes are funny, but most of the time I was asking myself what they were talking about. If you're not from the States or you don't know much about American 'culture', you might want to read another book.