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u/qckslvr42 · 1 pointr/offbeat

From the description:

>WHAT EVERY MAN THINKS ABOUT APART FROM SEX (blank inside) is a two hundred page book and every page is totally blank. The front and back cover are realistic representations of a self-help pseudo-psychology book. This book contains no words inside whatsoever - just two hundred blank pages. This book is a humorous talking point and can also be used very effectively as a notebook... The back cover reads: For millennia, humans have marvelled at the difference between men and women. It's widely known that the female gender is far superior to men in most areas - emotionally, cognitively and socially. But, to date, the complex secrets of a man's mind have eluded science. Apart from 'sex', what does a man actually think about? In this groundbreaking book, Professor Shed Simove, reveals the true depth of a man's mind. After years of painstaking research, he has precisely identified what men actually think about apart from sex. Professor Simove beautifully reveals a man's mind as an open book and the result unlocks an age old secret... Take a look inside - you'll be amazed at how accurate and shocking the truth is... This book is brought to you by Sheridan 'Shed' Simove, performer, author of 'Ideas Man' (which has words in it), and novelty gift entrepreneur.

In other words, it's marketed as a novelty item.

u/mahdi_raen · 2 pointsr/offbeat

It so rare to find someone on reddit who is open to at least learning about a new idea. :)

If you want to learn more you can check out the website. There was also a book and a follow-up book written about it. Finally, you can check out the actual text of the proposed House bill.

Is the plan perfect? Nope, but there are no perfect plans when people are involved. I just think its better what we have right now and its the best idea I've seen to replace the current system.

u/[deleted] · 2 pointsr/offbeat

I read this book of similar nature about 5 years ago. Pretty good stuff as well. Made me laugh until I couldn't breath, which is the good type of suffocation.

u/dazmax · 1 pointr/offbeat

I've had success making espresso vodka with my Aeropress just following the instructions with vodka instead of water.

u/turkletom · 41 pointsr/offbeat

It's a book by pick up artist, Neil Strauss. It's basically a 'how to' book in the style of "How to Win Friends and Influence People" Except it's about, you know, how to be a dick and manipulate women.

u/skwigger · 1 pointr/offbeat

LIES! it's still funny though.

u/MrSparkle666 · 2 pointsr/offbeat

Funny you should mention that. The only place I've ever seen this used is in Diaspora by Greg Egan. I thought he made it up. TIL.

u/dafones · 1 pointr/offbeat

> In fact, in the seventies, a blank book called Everything Men Know About Women was released, to some acclaim. Fascinatingly, this book has been for sale ever since. So, when I released my blank book, that previous one was for already sale, and still is. So, why hadn’t that title recently become a worldwide phenomenon like mine did? Because, crucially, I marketed mine in ways that had not been used before – and we just shouted louder.

It had, you pompous little twit. You ripped it off almost to the letter (no pun indented, Reddit) and were able to exploit modern day PR marketing. I am not impressed.

Plus, your book's down to [9,010 in the Amazon rankings] It's a flash in the pan.

u/zarx · 1 pointr/offbeat

The Modern Man's Guide to Life was the original, and is still essential for high school / college age men.

u/eronanke · 1 pointr/offbeat

The paperback is fabulous- At one point I bought a second copy by accident, simply because it was so inexpensive.

u/KittenPurrs · 2 pointsr/offbeat

We all have our quirks. One of mine happens to be this craziness.

u/zouhair · 15 pointsr/offbeat

Why the fuck are you using instead of or .uk or .de?

u/Gargilius · 0 pointsr/offbeat

The dude didn't do his homework.

Seriously, the fake crash was as dumb as it gets on so many levels, I don't even know where to start...

u/Terr_ · 1 pointr/offbeat

And right after I finished reading The Sociopath Next Door too...

A related quote, from a rather different book:

> "And sin, young man, is when you treat people as things. Including yourself. That's what sin is."

> "It's a lot more complicated than that--"

> "No it ain't. When people say things are a lot more complicated than that, they means they're getting worried that they won't like the truth. People as things, that's where it starts."

> "Oh, I'm sure there are worse crimes--"

> "But they starts with thinking about people as things…"