Guys: Not Real Bright-And Damn Proud of It!

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Stoddart Pub, Apr 1, 1997 - Humor - 219 pages
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There isn't a woman alive who doesn't silently chuckle at the reality of today's guys: men whose activities begin with self-importance--and inevitably end in slapstick. In this uproarious collection of stories William Thomas, one of Canada's funniest and most politically incorrect writers, portrays silly male specimens and their doings. After writing a thousand humour columns on the subject, the author likes to brag: 'I can actually smell the feats of men!'

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Contents

Introduction
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The MiddleAged ftupid ftraight Guy Awciatfon
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A Postie Goes to Portugal
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