Men At Work: Why Women Live Longer Than Men

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Andrews McMeel Publishing, Apr 16, 2013 - Humor - 160 pages
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Men at Work showcases dozens of original full-color photos based on the popular websites There, I Fixed It and FAIL Blog, two of the most trafficked Cheezburger sites. From precarious ladder placement and jungle gym scaffolding to questionable balancing of two-ton mechanical equipment, Men at Work dares to offer a possible reason for why women live longer than men. Picture after picture offers valid explanation as to why this life span gender bias exists. It seems that whether they are washing windows, paving roads, or attending to questionable DIY repairs at home, men at work tend to balance risk with reward. If the ladder isn’t tall enough, turn it into a scaffold by using a picnic table as the base and then add some plywood, along with a concrete cinder block and paint can — voilà!, problem solved. Or, if that 50-story skyscraper lacks a window ledge, create one yourself with a carefully placed 2 x 4. This rollicking collection offers dozens of full color photographs that illustrate the notion that to live longer, perhaps men just need to work a tad bit smarter.
 

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Cheezburger is the largest social humor destination on the Internet: it's all your funny in one place. The millions of people visiting monthly submit memes and fails, share their favorite funny images, and use Cheezburger's platform to create their own humor sites. Cheezburger has published eight books, two of which, "I Can Has Cheezburger?: A LOLcat Colleckshun" and "How to Take Over Teh Wurld: A LOLcat Guide 2 Winning," were New York Times bestsellers. They are serious about making the world a happier place and count a passionate fan base of 24 million people who uploaded more than 15,000,000 pictures and videos of all the things they find funny every day.

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