10 Coolest Book Titles That Have 'Fuck' In Them
I read "Fuck, Yes!" once years ago and couldnot put it down. I found it in a an old box of books the other day and re-read it, and again could not put it down. This is truly the most fun book I have ever read. It's a great theory, and even better when you live it through the characters in the book. This is one book I would recomend to anybody looking to lighten up!
As someone who's spent time in the US Navy, I completely sympathize with Mark's bootcamp experience, and empathize with his other military experiences. Unfortunately, it has also been my experience as well that the stupidest, most unqualified people tend to be the ones put in charge. It has nothing to do with ability or talent, but rather how many years you've put into the ridiculous system and your ability to adjust and embrace stupidity, that gets you ahead in the military.
"You Don't Have To Fuck People Over To Survive" is a gripping collection of images, comic strips, and visual history. Both political and deeply personal at the same time, Tobocman takes a stand on Mumia Abu Jamal, Israel's military-industrial complex, relationships and the world of bosses, bastards and bohemians that populate New York City.
The book is a good chuckle for a couple 30 minutes rides on the exercize bike. It's written in a very serious an authoritative tone. It writes about what the esteemed panel recommends for alternatives to sh*t and f*ck. It talks about the grammer of swearing. Seriously. Will it really teach anyone to swear? No - you should know this by now. Is it really aimed at teaching someone swearing jargon? No on that front too. Is it good humor for someone who asks their friends to pull their finger? Absolutely!
6. The F-Word
A big huzzah to the courage of Random House for publishing this crass, uncouth, vulgar, disgusting, arguably sexist, yet interesting and entertaining little book. More than anything it's a novelty, a fun thing to keep on your shelf, lend to a buddy, and from which to draw the perfect quote or phrase for your next dinner party with the Royal Family. This being said, one has to recognize the impressive research and work done by editor Scheidlower; it is comprehensive.
Kevin L. Donihe is one of the most promising new oddball authors from the BIZARRO genre uprising. His unique voice is both hilariously surreal and delightfully deranged, with subtle hints of social commentary and more than a pinch of the macabre. Open just one of his books and an aura of Kevin L. Donihe's agape love will kevitate out of the pages and into your heart
They Fuck You Up: How to Survive Family Life has been a captivating read for me. This book questions the all too simple "gene approach" in explaining what makes up a person's personality, how we interact with others in society and our current life situation. James has vividly illustrated by referring to a great number of studies that the care we receive as children correlates with how apt we are in successfully integrating into society and how likely we are to live rich and fulfilling lives. The identical twin studies, inmate studies and discussed examples of the latter that James provide in his book were the most revealing to me and greatly support his nurture vs nature standpoint. Anyone with a curiousity for learning about personality shaping, anyone thinking of raising children or those already parents would benefit from reading this book.
Let the squeamish beware! Watch Your Fucking Language takes a no-holds-barred approach to taboo words and expressions. It shows you how to use them to your advantage -- and have fun doing so.
10. The Fuck-Up
If you like the Broadway play "Rent", then you'll more than likely like this book. It's short enough to not demand much of your time, but long enough to deliver a well told and entertaining story. Nersessian's writing is very vivid and holds your attention throughout the book. Whenever I stopped reading, I was very eager to start again.
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