This original, hilarious, brilliant book is a godsend to both sexes. For women, it offers invaluable insights into the obstacles that so often prevent meaningful communication in a relationship. For men: Fart jokes!
Very, very funny. And terrifyingly clever.
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Another wonderful book from my favorite writer at the Washington Post!Published 7 days ago by Beckj
This book was fun to read. The banter between the 2 writers was witty and amusing. Men's opinions vs women's opinions were great. An easy and very enjoyable read.Published 13 months ago by N. Spaseny
I enjoyed this book. The two authors worked well together.
The book has a lot of humor but should not be taken too lightly. Read more
The back and forth of the two people was just not that interesting. I have not been able to finish the book and may or may not give it to my library for their book sale. Read morePublished on October 1, 2009 by tv
Not for the easily offended! There are a lot of barbs and sly (but witty) jabs at both sexes in this book. Read morePublished on April 21, 2008 by Smeddley
Luckily, I saw these two fight it out in person at a book signing and knew I had to read the entire exchange. Read morePublished on February 14, 2008 by Lee A. Jacobus
Most books about the so-called "war between the sexes" are simplistic, shallow and dull. NOT "I'm With Stupid!" This book entertains, educates and enlightens. Read morePublished on December 29, 2007 by Pamela Katz
I got this book for our first datingaversary (anniversary between those not yet married or engaged) -- great gift idea, by the way, since it was a hit with the boyfriend and his... Read morePublished on July 30, 2006 by Z. Chua
This book was excellent. When I saw the title of this book in the bookstore I knew I would love it. I relate to this book in so many ways. Sadly every boy I know annoys me. Read morePublished on February 26, 2006