The Alphabet Of Manliness (revised and updated)

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Kensington Publishing Corp., Sep 1, 2009 - Humor - 224 pages
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Sometimes in life you say certain words in conjunction with other words that you normally wouldn't, such as the word "holy" and the word "shit." Those times are rare and celebrated. Well, get your face hole ready, because this is one of those times: introducing The Alphabet of Manliness: Special Edition!

If it's a crime to be awesome, then I deserve three life sentences and the death penalty. This literary kick to the dick may very well be the greatest compilation of all things manly throughout history.

The new edition includes:



   • "The Numbers of Manliness."


   • A full-color insert


   • Corrections to typos!


I, Maddox, the author, personally guarantee that this is the best edition of the book since the last one. This book is only for the saltiest, hairiest, most rugged sons of bitches out there. However, it would be selfish to keep it for myself, so feel free to pick up a copy. This humble tome of wisdom is a tribute to all men who toil away at work every day, getting their balls busted or busting balls alike.

If you can't handle the punch to the colon I'm about to deliver to you, look on the bright side: you'll save a fortune on Halloween when kids come to your door to pick apart your candy ass. On the other hand, if you feel comfortable with the risk of having your ass neatly packaged and handed to you with all the trimmings, cut the foreplay and crack the book open already.

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This book is retarded, crass, gross and politically incorrect.... it's amazing and hilarious!

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Best Book in the Universe, \m/ \m/

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About the author (2009)

Maddox has been writing hilarious essays for his site, TheBestPageInTheUniverse.com since 1996. Through word-of-mouth alone, it has become one of the most popular personal sites on the Internet, with more than 50,000 unique visitors per day. In 2006, he published his first book, "The Alphabet of Manliness", and its explosive success prompted the "New York Times" to coin a new phrase to describe its genre: "fratire." Maddox has also published a comic book based on his site and he has a YouTube channel called "The Best Show in the Universe," featuring clips viewed by more than 3 million fans.

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