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Daniel Maurer is a manthropologist and an editor of New York magazine's award-winning food and nightlife blog Grub Street. His writing has appeared in the New York Times, Nerve.com, McSweeney's, and Metro. He lives in New York.
the book was not what I expected, but that was my bad probably. I was looking for the bro code by Barney from How I Met Your Mother and this brocabulary came up (deceiving). Read morePublished 9 months ago by Dianna H. Panes
This book was alright, it pails in comparison to the bro code and the playbook, but it is still fun to readPublished 14 months ago by Sean M Trausch
Its one of those "must leave on the toilet tank lid" books for men! Just be sure your under 12-year-old doesn't use that toilet or you may have some interesting questions... Read morePublished 16 months ago by Amazon Customer
its just ok, i like reading it from time to time and looking up stuf fin it. but i feel this book would be good for college students or stoners more than anything elsePublished 21 months ago by Mohamed Bayoumi
Good book for parties. Leave it on a table and wait to hear the hilarity. Not for faint eyes or ears.Published on July 25, 2012 by Eceman
I wish I would have read the reviews Before purchasing this book! My (17 year old) son wanted this book for Christmas. When it arrived, my husband and I briefly looked through it. Read morePublished on December 21, 2011 by kkf2233
I was kind of hoping for something more in a dictionary format that I could joke around with friends with by looking up terms and all that but instead it was something that is... Read morePublished on August 30, 2011 by LinearHalls