Dumb Men and the Women Who Love Them
A Collection of True Stories About That "guy Thing" and Its Effect on Love and Marriage and the Uselessness of Maps While Driving in Strange CitiesBook - 2002
A new collection from the author of last year's surprise bestseller, Three Bricks Shy of a Load.
"Behind every great man there's a great woman," they tell us, but what happens when that little lady stands in front of him or off to the side, when she runs away with his very best friend, or when she's had enough and trades him in for a wooden nickel and a sack of beans?
What happens when she drives him batty with her beauty, or wacko with the way she walks, or just plain dumb with desire? What happens when she drives him nutty, or up the wall?
In his new book, the author of Three Bricks Shy of a Load once again draws on daily newscasts and newspapers from around the world to produce an incredible collection of true stories about men who, caught between a rock and a good woman, seem genetically programmed to head for the rock.
In Dumb Men and the Women Who Love Them you'll meet men driven by what many insist on calling the "guy thing" - that genetic quirk that sometimes causes men to think, not with the left or the right side, but with the backsides of their brains...men drinking and thinking their way through life while attempting to deal with other complicated, important stuff.
The book, says the author, is one guy's attempt to bridge the gap between men and the rest of the animal kingdom.