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2.0 out of 5 starsIt looked good on paper...
Reviewed in the United States on October 10, 2009
I wanted to like this CD, I really did. But I just couldn't. This is a perfect example of a product that has everything going for it--catchy title, valuable information, good writing--but just can't deliver. The reason? They chose to go with the writer as the reader, instead of a trained professional. Huge mistake. Mr. Leyner is no stand-up comedian. He has no sense of comic timing and his voice is annoying as heck. Still, the bio-medical explanations provided by co-author Dr. Goldberg are pretty interesting. My advice is to get the book version and skip the CD. I wish I had.
I absolutely love this book. Love the therapy sessions, love the IMing, and the add ins at end of the paragraphs. I’ve had to buy the first book 3 times because I have let people borrow it and never returned it. I enjoy it!! If they make more books, I’ll keep buying them also! Thank you for the entertainment.
Reviewed in the United States on December 18, 2010
I bought this for my Dad for Father Day. He kinda looked at me funny at first because he doesn't really like to read but months later he still tells me little bits and pieces he reads in this great little coffee table book. Tho admittedly I think he reads it in the bathroom :/
I have both "Why do men have nipples?" and "Why do men fall asleep after sex?" They are interesting and easy to read, since every question is answered in about one page. It is a good read for the times when you are not in the mood to make your mind work. You can just open the book up and start reading.
You'll get a look from the person near by, since the books' titles are eye-catching.