The humor, lightness, and content is fresh and easy to listen to.
It did make me literally, laugh out loud.
Frat boys, date rapists, etc.
Thankfully, he did not use the girls/women's real names, so, they were easy to follow by their nicknames.
It made me feel good about my own deficiencies.
I did recognize the type of person I do not want to be by listening to this book.
Most interesting - that men like him are not afraid to admit to their behaviors. The least interesting is the opinion that Tucker Max has of himself.
Only to see if he has grown or has changed his ideas of women.
It needs an apology for his behavior to all the people he insulted in this book.
Listening to this book reminded me of listening to my little brother and his friends when they would sit in the basement smoking pot and telling stories. I could have sworn it was them.
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