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The Contemporary Dictionary of Sexual Euphemisms Hardcover – Jan 9 2007

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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
Rollickin' good read! May 8 2007
By N. Larson - Published on
Format: Hardcover
Jordan Tate will enlighten you with the meanings of all those phrases you overheard in Junior High and still don't quite understand. A lovely addition to every library.
6 of 8 people found the following review helpful
The pleasures of reading the OED and snickering at dirty Mad Libs rolled into one Jan. 11 2007
By Austin Kleon - Published on
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Depending on your familiarity with contemporary sexual slang, this book will either be one big gut laugh, or a highly educational experience. For most readers, it will be both. Tate combines suprisingly elegant entymologies with suprisingly tasteful photos to make a genuinely pleasurable read. Best displayed in the bathrooms of intellectuals, passed around at a party, or given as a gift.
2 of 4 people found the following review helpful
Good, but much less than I expected July 14 2009
By J. Jacob - Published on
Format: Hardcover
This is more of a pamphlet than a dictionary. More of a short bathroom reader for guests than a fully informative dictionary.
0 of 5 people found the following review helpful
Pearl Necklace April 30 2009
By Tiffany Mcgaughey - Published on
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This book is very cheesy, but I will admit that it is informative. It describes many derogatory terms and sexual euphemisms that I had not previously even known existed. It seems that pornography lends something more to the English language after all...of course you can get this same education through sitting in any locker room or Frat house. I might sell my copy back. Of course, you could use it as an adult themed party game where everyone must choose the correct definition for each term...might be fun, after a bottle of vodka.