Girls Are Weirdos But They Smell Pretty!

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Workman Publishing, 2007 - Business & Economics - 80 pages
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Here's the perfect gift for a girl (a pretty grown-up girl, that is) to give to her best friend forever—when her BFF is having a birthday, or a bad hair day, or a low self-esteem day, or an I-don't-understand-my-boyfriend day. Because even though it sounds like you're calling your friend a weirdo, this book is in fact a wonderfully astute and affectionate look at the female psyche, and perfect for any girl with a sense of humor (and a desire to know what boys think of girls).

With his unique Homer-Simpson-channeled-through-Jessica-Simpson sensibility, Todd Harris Goldman—that Todd Harris Goldman, the funny, crude, un-PC, very savvy author of Boys Are Stupid, Throw Rocks at Them!—explains why boys think the opposite sex is weird. Narrated by a boy who's sort of a moron, it questions all the things that are completely alien to boys, but with a surprisingly sweet insight and great good spirit. Waxing vs. shaving. The color pink. Shoe obsessions. The everyday dilemma: "Does this dress make me look fat?" The appeal of tiny little dogs. Fake boobs. The mysteries of PMS. In the end he can only conclude that girls are weirdos and leave it at that—a conclusion that girls will not only understand but own up to proudly.
 

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This book is horrible. It ridicules girls that struggle with eating disorders and would tear down any girl with insecurities. It's highly offense, and not in a funny way. Women shouldn't put up with this mistreatment. It's horribly stereotypical, and I would NEVER want to be friend with any guy who thinks this way. It's from the view point of a sexist pig. Don't waste your money or even your time reading this. 

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About the author (2007)

Todd Harris Goldman himself a weirdo, began doodling on T-shirts in 1999. The next year his father loaned him the money to start David & Goliath, and the company took off, tapping into the teen and twenty-something zeitgeist and generating $100 million in sales. Mr. Goldman lives in Clearwater, Florida.

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