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5,0 sur 5 étoilesThis got me a wife!
18 juillet 2018 - Publié sur Amazon.com
I bought this book as a joke, thinking it would be a fun read to help pass the time. But ALAS! IT WAS SO MUCH MORE! It tough me how to love, how to feel, how to live! It put it all in wording I could understand, complete with maps, quests, and ventures (not adventures mind you, apparently that word is copyrighted,) and guided me along the path to get a beautiful dark elven wife! Sure, maybe it didn't work in real life, but I'm sure it would if I could build up the courage to look at a girl, but man, it made me such a smooth talker in D&D that my DM had no choice but to boost my Charisma by a whopping ten, and introduce a character for me to woo. This book has made wonders happen in my life and it will for you too. It's also a better purchase than sugar free Haribo gummy bears, as those will give you the runs worse than all of the volcanoes in the nine realms! This will help cure that though. Don't ask me how, it just does. Batteries not included.
This may be the funniest book I have ever read, and I’ve read a lot of books. I love Murph & Emily’s humor. Almost every sentence made me laugh. After finishing it I started reading it again because it was so funny. They also have a D&D podcast which is amazing and made me get into D&D. Murph and Emily have literally changed my life for the better.
5,0 sur 5 étoilesOn the nose, light hearted satire
21 décembre 2018 - Publié sur Amazon.com
This book was really fun to read. The authors tackled everything from dating apps and weird faux personalities everyone takes on to “cool girl” their love interest to moving in together and dealing with planning a wedding. Sort of heartfelt, mostly funny. The authors’ Collegehumor roots are apparent with the relative ease with which they riff on typically difficult subjects. I definitely recommend it!
My favorite part of reading this amazing and hilarious book was how many weird, stupid and funny things I thought were exclusive to my marriage are apparently common enough that it's worth talking about in a relationship advice book.
For all that this is marketed as a comedy, this book deals in real $#1t. Between all the wonderful goofs is a lot of love and a ton of practical advice for thriving in a committed relationship.