The list author says: "Ever come across a book that made you shake your head in disbelief? Something with a title so incredibly asinine and laughable that it made you wonder how the book ever made to publishing? This Listmania is dedicated to exactly such breed of weird books, featuring Amazon's weirdest and most ridiculous book titles."
"A dead-serious, non-fiction work that claims an extraterrestrial reptilian race to have controlled the world for thousands of years. The author's main line of thinking seems to be that, if it's possible that we're being naive and misled, it must be true."
"The great Ashida Kim is neither a ninja master, nor Japanese (or Korean) as the misleading pseudonym would suggest. Aside from publishing multiple Ninjutsu books that promise to teach the reader ancient secrets and fantastic powers, Kim is purported to have run a black belt mill ninjutsu academy in Florida."
"Something tells me that the amicable Dr. Schlessinger is holding back here. Surely there are more than ten things that we can all blame women for doing to mess up their lives! Someone should show the good doctor that a little tough love can go a long way."
"The funny thing is that, not only did nothing happened as clock hit midnight for the last, but there are user reviews of this book dated as late as 2004. This means that there were people who actually bought this book even after it's whole premise was utterly disproved."
"Are you stodgy and uncool? Willing to admit this by purchasing a self-help book that aims to explain the intricacies of humor found strictly within the context of the internet? Then by all means, this book is for you."
"This book is surely intended to teach young kids about the impropriety of passing wind in the company of others. In fact it's only one of a series of books about Walter, which features the titles Walter the Farting Dog: Trouble At the Yard Sale, Walter the Farting Dog: Banned from the Beach, and frankly, too many others."