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Awarded "Best of 2009, Arts/Culture" in January Magazine. It's more than just about being a real man, it's about being a real good, decent human... Funny. -- David Middleton, January Magazine
I love this book! It's hysterical. And women can relate-- it's a brutally honest depiction of men. -- Whitney Casey, Relationship Expert, TV Personality, author of The Man Plan
Wilser has succeeded in redefining how we see ourselves, in a very humorous, self-deprecating way. There are points in the book that are laugh-out-loud funny. You will find passages in here that will make you want to call your friends and say, `Hey, I just read about you in a book,' and share it with them. -- Neil S. Velleman, TMRZoo
Jeff Wilser rescues the subjugated with simple language and easy-to-read verbal flourish. His maxims are explicable and entertaining, creating the ultimate manual for men who feel they've lost their place in this kinder, gentler cosmos. -- Jordan Richardson, BlogCritics
I think I've found literary gold... This is the most I have ever laughed while reading a book. Seriously... Comedic genius... From the first line of text to the last word, I caught myself analyzing, laughing at, and enjoying the fact that I am a male... This book has got it all. -- MJay, NowICanBuyBeer.com
Based in New York, Jeff Wilser has been researching the Maxims of Manhood for over 25 years, ever since he felt guilty for breaking the rule "Never cry at the movies"?he was six; the movie was E.T. This book is his atonement. A former USMC Reserves squad leader, Wilser has been a regular online contributor to sites like GQ, MTV, and VH1, writing about dating, sex, nightlife, and pop culture. He's met many men.
Recently found your book - Good read! Have been friends with, dated, married, and divorced men, so according to you, this book was for me. Read morePublished 3 days ago by LG
It have a few interesting points. Not a big deal as a book. Probably there are better.Published 1 month ago by Shekerev
What I like about this book is how WIlser comes right out and says "Why would a real man buy a book about being a real man? Read morePublished 11 months ago by Kelly Crigger
Fun little read. The book likes to make fun of itself a lot which is cool however i would definitely get this for young man just going into High School or something or possibly an... Read morePublished 15 months ago by One G.