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A Married Man's Guide to Christmas

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This year’s funniest stocking stuffer!! This book is the howl of this year’s holiday season! Robert Henry reveals the truth about Christmas through the eyes of a typical married man. “Remember, it’s not how you celebrate the joyous season. It’s whether you are still alive, married, sleeping indoors, with a healthy prostate, and without a rap sheet on January 4th that count ...more
ebook, 84 pages
Published (first published October 6th 2008)
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This was one of those books you can pick up, put down and pick up again. I started it in December, and due to having other books that I borrowed and needed to get returned, I picked this up numerous times. I chuckled my way through this book, amused at this man's perspective on Christmas..the whole frenzy of the holiday.

This story read like it was written in the '50s and just updated to the current era. I could not relate with the author's point of views. It separated things into men's ideals and what the mysterious woman wants at christmas time. To me it was very outdated.
This was a freebie on Amazon for Kindle. It made me giggle a lot. And caused an odd craving for eggnog (a beverage I normally don't care for). If you like a little bit of light heartedness about the holidays, give it go.
A humorous look at holiday overeating and boozing, what to purchase the wife for Christmas, the dangers of decorating, etc. It was okay.
Maryalice Ritti
Humorous and silly. Perfect time of year to read this. Downloaded it on my kindle fire. Short little satire on the Christmas season.
I laughed once or twice. It was a freebie on Kindle and didn't do much for me.
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