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What Every Man Thinks About Apart From Sex
What Every Man Thinks About Apart From Sex
What Every Man Thinks About Apart From Sex
What Every Man Thinks About Apart From Sex

What Every Man Thinks About Apart From Sex

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What Every Man Thinks About Apart From Sex

Light reading material

It’s widely known that men spend much of their waking time pondering the no-pants dance. But what else goes on in their minds, besides the bumping of bits? This engaging two hundred page tome by “Professor” Shed Simove lays the answers bare for all to see.

Looking like a typical pseudo-psychology self-help book, What Every Man Thinks About Apart From Sex is, in fact, completely blank. Apart from the professional-looking cover and synopsis on the back, not a single word is printed on any of the two hundred pages.

Should it be filled in like a notebook? Should the pages be stared-at until answers form in the mind’s eye? Or is it just a well-meant dig at the male stereotype? All we know is that this brilliantly-disguised gag would blend in perfectly on any book shelf.
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    What Every Man Thinks About Apart From Sex

    Light reading material

    It’s widely known that men spend much of their waking time pondering the no-pants dance. But what else goes on in their minds, besides the bumping of bits? This engaging two hundred page tome by “Professor” Shed Simove lays the answers bare for all to see.

    Looking like a typical pseudo-psychology self-help book, What Every Man Thinks About Apart From Sex is, in fact, completely blank. Apart from the professional-looking cover and synopsis on the back, not a single word is printed on any of the two hundred pages.

    Should it be filled in like a notebook? Should the pages be stared-at until answers form in the mind’s eye? Or is it just a well-meant dig at the male stereotype? All we know is that this brilliantly-disguised gag would blend in perfectly on any book shelf.

     

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