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Bro-cab-u-lary (n.): A revolutionary new lexicon for bonding with your bros

Put down your BlackBerry, you PDA-hole, and step into the testosterzone with Brocabulary. Wax fandiloquent about your favorite team or have a fargone-versation at the bar. Brocabulary leaves the vagibberish to the chicks and shows you how to:

Define your stripping point (the precise number of Jäger
ebook, 240 pages
Published October 6th 2009 by William Morrow Paperbacks (first published September 24th 2008)
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Apr 06, 2009 unknown    is currently reading it  ·  review of another edition
I learned a new word from this book.


The feeling you get after going #2, you feel extremely satisfied. This term is commonly known as "shatisfied". Cool!
Jun 17, 2008 Cal added it  ·  review of another edition
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Recommended to Cal by: No one
I have never read a book with fewer redeeming qualities than Brocabulary. This is not to say that I haven't read more disturbing books. The Turner Diaries and Mein Kampf have, of course, a much more horrifying message, and my reading of both left me with a cold, dead feeling in my heart which Brocabulary never approaches. But those books also allow one a unique insight into the inner workings of the German Nazi party and the more recent American white-supremacist movement, respectively—both move ...more
There’s really no reason to review this book. Like a bowel movement or a rainy day, "Brocabulary" gives every impression of being something that just happened, without a great deal of foresight or craft, and is therefore able to successfully deflect pretty much any attempt at intelligent, objective criticism. It isn’t even a book, really. It’s more of a thing with pages that have words on them.

Written by Daniel Maurer, best-known for his work as the editor of New York magazine’s Grub Street blog
Crude, lewd, and not very well written. I'm all for being funny and jocular about bromance and man behavior, but when it just advocates getting lit and doing blow, I'm out.
Not funny and bad writing. Doesn't come close to the books around Barney Stinson from How I met your mother.
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