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Does God Get Diarrhea?: Flushing 4,000 Years Of Lies, Myths, And Fairy Tales Down The Toilet Paperback – January 7, 2010
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Okay all you nay sayers, I have finally read the book from cover to cover, which was no small feat given that the book is not sold in the country where I live, and I still uphold my original five star review.
This book is not for everyone, but you know who you are. It would be quite accurate to call this book an angry atheist rant. If you are someone who is constantly upset and frustrated by the religious nutts that you find all around you, this book will strike a harmonious chord. If you want to pull your hair out every time you encounter an injustice caused by stupid religious people, you will find a kindred spirit in Odin Zeus McGaffer. Finally finding someone who understands your atheistic frustrations will bring the peace that passeth understanding.
However, if you have any sympathy towards Christianity at all, stay away from this book - it will only make you angry. Ridicule and bathroom humor are used freely in reference to Christianity - and that's why I love this book so much.
Apparently, the reviewer before me, Phillip V. Moody, is one of the faithful and finds nothing funny about ridiculing Christianity. However, as an ex-fundamentalist (funnymentalist) Christian and a "rabid atheist," who enjoys nothing more than taking the piss out of Christians, I found that the author of this book hit home in style and content.
The things I found amusing were rants such as this: concerning debating Christians, he says, "How can you expect to have a serious debate when the opposing party sincerely believes that a 2000-year-old zombie Christ is answering millions of prayers each day in a parallel universe?" Yeah!!! He's speaking my language!Read more ›
However, and this is one huge however, the author lost all of his credibilty and respect by looking down and insulting people that do believe in God. The author was so incredibly offensive and disrespectful towards religious people that any success he could have gained, he lost. I am a big fan of offensive humor (Family Guy, Sarah Silverman, etc) but this book is down-right inconsiderate and intolerant of others. The author says that "religion is bad" yet all he does is continue to tease and mock people and spread more hatred. I am almost embarassed to call myself an atheist being as he is one too and I don't want to be lumped into the same category as him.
The arguments itself were astonishingly good and if they were presented in a better way I honestly think this could have been the next the God Delusion or God is Not Great. However, the book was filled with childish pictures, cutesy-LOL-speak, and hurtful insults. I can't believe that a grown man wrote this.
I am going to give the book two stars for the arguments. I would have given him a three for the arguments but some of them are not orginal and have been used before by other atheist authors. If you want a funny book about atheist go with the more famous authors. You will not be sorry.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Hilariously offensive - I'm sure an incredible amount of people I happen to not be one of them or agree with a single word that comes out of their filthy sewers! Read morePublished 4 months ago by THE BOOGEYMAN
If you enjoy laughing at the Religious then this book is for you.Published 13 months ago by Amazon Customer
It was a deliciously raw and satiric as we had hoped. She LOVED it!Published 21 months ago by 54321
This is just one long irreverent rant. It'll never make it to the New York Times' best seller list. It's full of typos and grammatical errors, but it's funny as hell!Published 23 months ago by Michael Haynes
I am an Atheist, but frankly, nobody needs books like this. The author is unnecessarily disrespectful, insulting and occasionally just plain disgusting. Read morePublished 23 months ago by StarStuff
In truth, this book is really only 3 star worthy. I'd say it was reasonably well written, though the author is somewhat repetative in his use of expressions and profanity, and the... Read morePublished on December 1, 2013 by B. Goodman
In the tradition of Landover Baptist comes Odin Zeus McGaffer. Although considerably more vulgar and foul-mouthed, the justified anger and rage flowing from Odin (who deconverted... Read morePublished on July 3, 2013 by Winston D. Jen
Irreverant, at times almost malicious, but point after point after point is made poignantly and directly. Read morePublished on May 7, 2013 by R. Solomon
Simply put, if you read this book and still believe in God after reading it, you truly are in need of help. Every christian should read this so as to unbrainwash them. Read morePublished on February 19, 2013 by David Peet