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I'm with Stupid: One Man. One Woman. 10,000 Years of Misunderstanding Between the Sexes Cleared Right Up Hardcover – February 3, 2004
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Original, hilarious, brilliant...For women, it offers invaluable insights into meaningful communication in a relationship. For men: Fart jokes! -- Dave Barry
Very, very funny. And terrifyingly clever. -- Fay Weldon
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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It also has genuinely touching moments and communicates some of the painful truths about the way men and women interact. The authors have never met in person and the thread of Gene trying to convince Gina to meet felt very relatable, especially when you consider how much online-first relationships have grown over recent years.
It's engaging, so not recommended to read when you're wanting to go to sleep or get to work soon.
In this extended conversation between two clever comedians, Gene & Gina cover a lot of old ground and some new but their banter is always fun and fresh. They also have very distinct personalities: Gene as the old newspaper hack and Gina as the slumming academic. I also find their occasional guests highly entertaining as well as their silences (In the chapter on jokes that offend women, GINA: Why don't you tell the one you told me about the three tampons walking down the street? GENE: GINA: Go ahead. The whole class is waiting. GENE: )
Overall, there's something slightly offensive, deeply truthful and very funny about this book. I found myself laughing out loud more than a few times. That's all I really ask for in a book I pick up for fun.
The book has a lot of humor but should not be taken too lightly. It actually offers quite a bit of food for thought.
I found that many of the sly comments offered fit well with more "serious" books I have read regarding differences between men and women.
I liked the format including bringing in "experts" on occasion.
I found some of the banter tedious. It occasionally went on too long.
I did like the choices of topics and I was not offended by the way they were presented. However, the reader needs to avoid being too squeamish. It seems to help to look at the text in two ways. One is as pure fun, entertainment. The other is to take the comments in the book as offers for thought.
I found the book to be respectful while not allowing political correctness to limit areas of investigation.
I did not care for the introduction. It just goes on too long. However, you miss little by moving on as there are a variety of subjects covered. Some chapters do lead into the next so you do risk some loss of flow. I just want to encourage you not to give up on the book without trying to skip forward.
An editorial note, as a 66 year old male, I agree with Gena, that the world will be much better off once it s led by women.
Enjoy, but remember to think.