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The Von Hoffmann Bros.' Big Damn Book Of Sheer Manliness

4.24  ·  Rating Details  ·  46 Ratings  ·  6 Reviews
A bestselling bombastic bombardment of beer, beef, ball, and all things masculine, the von Hoffman Brothers' "Big Damn Book of Sheer Manliness" is bursting with riotously funny observations, short stories, tips, lists, and definitions. Contents include a look at "Spartacus" (the manliest film ever made), a guide to fishing lures, chili recipes, drinking songs, a tribute to ...more
Paperback, 224 pages
Published May 1998 by General Publishing Group (first published April 1997)
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Ronn
Jun 04, 2015 Ronn rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
Like most books of this type, however enjoyable, this is not a book for reading cover to cover. It is best suited for keeping in the bathroom where it can be picked up and opened to any page while taking care of other responsibilities. And after all, reading in the bathroom is a very manly activity.
Gader
May 23, 2008 Gader rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
Recommends it for: Males worldwide... and Mikey Terry
A must-have coffe table/bathroom book for every bachelor pad. The hardcover is probably slightly larger than a sheet of paper and goes around 200+ pages. Comes complete with instructions on how to play craps, info about potato cannons and pumpkin-chuckers, lists of the best war movies, sports info, zippo lighters, WD-40, airplanes, manly food (philly cheese steaks and chilli) and 3 complete pages designated to a list of names for male and female private parts...and naturally, a section on the Po ...more
Grover
Sep 15, 2008 Grover rated it it was amazing
Hysterically funny guide to all things manly, including how to cry. LOTS of wisdom, interspersed with wry tongue-in-cheek advise on how to be a man. Not politically correct or safe for work.
Mike
Sep 16, 2009 Mike rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
My wife bought me this as a Christmas present. It is a bit dated but then again aren't real men? A fun read for men or boys that wish to become men. My son loved it when I told him to read it.
Don
Nov 04, 2012 Don rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
Everything I know about being a man, I learned from this book.
Joseph
Jun 26, 2007 Joseph added it  ·  review of another edition
Recommends it for: all guys and girls who want to understand them
Fun for everybody, useful to men and those who wish to become men.
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