Dick’s Book Club

Better Together: The Dick and Maddox Man-Pack

Posted in Dick's Book Club on March 30th, 2008


According to Amazon.com, you should purchase my book Men Are Better Than Women and Maddox’s The Alphabet of Manliness together for maximum manjoyment.

I don’t know how Amazon.com decides which books to sell as a recommended two-pack, but I know a man designed it. That’s the only way I can explain the wave of competence responsible for the manlarious comedy Man-Pack pictured above.

But that’s not all.

Since I own and have enjoyed both of these books to their fullest, I’ve put together manstructions on how you can do the same. [Read more]

Lynne Spears’ Parenting Book, Chapters 1-5

Posted in Dick's Book Club on December 20th, 2007


I cannot stress how genuine I am in what I’m about to say. Lynne Spears — Britney Spears’ mother — writing a parenting book will do more for parenting than Dr. Spock, flame retardant clothing, and the VCR combined. Lynne Spears writing a book on parenting could single-handedly end the profession of stripping.

Imagine if the biggest loser in the world wrote a book on how to get laid.
Imagine if Michael Jackson wrote a book on brand management.
Imagine if Hilary Clinton wrote a book on how to keep your husband from finger-banging fat pigs behind your back.
Imagine if one of the worst parents in the world wrote a book.

If you have a daughter and you don’t want her to grow into a greasy, pregnant whore, read Lynne Spears’ book and do the opposite of everything it says. [Read more]

Dick’s Book Club: The Taming of the Shrew

Posted in Dick's Book Club on September 25th, 2007

I was doing a bit of research on Oprah this afternoon. For example, did you know her real name is Orpah? That is absolutely true and you can look it up.

Orpah. Like the whale.

Also, Orpah has this thing called Oprah’s Book Club. While women may buy books, I’m certain they don’t actually read them. At least not the whole book. That’s why women read the last page of a book first. If they forget about reading it halfway through, it doesn’t matter because they already know how it ended. [Read more]