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Sex: Our Bodies, Our Junk epub

by Scott Jacobson,Todd Levin,Jason Roeder,Ted Travelstead,Mike Sacks


Sex: Our Bodies, Our Junk epub

ISBN: 0307592162

ISBN13: 978-0307592163

Author: Scott Jacobson,Todd Levin,Jason Roeder,Ted Travelstead,Mike Sacks

Category: Entertainment

Subcategory: Humor

Language: English

Publisher: Three Rivers Press (August 24, 2010)

Pages: 256 pages

ePUB book: 1520 kb

FB2 book: 1570 kb

Rating: 4.4

Votes: 377

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A spot-on parody of earnest sex guides, Our Bodies, Our Junk is a hilarious and addictive page-turner co-written by The Onion staff writer Jason . It's true, I just purchased this book because one of the contributors, Todd Levin, is THE funniest guy on Twitter.

A spot-on parody of earnest sex guides, Our Bodies, Our Junk is a hilarious and addictive page-turner co-written by The Onion staff writer Jason Roeder, Mike Sacks, writer-comedian Ted Travelstead, Daily Show veteran Scott Jacobson, and Todd Levin, who has written for Late Night With Conan O'Brien and Onion News Network. Published on September 10, 2010.

A spot-on parody of earnest sex guides, Our Bodies, Our Junk is a hilarious and addictive page-turner . This book is genuinely funny.

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Penned by a collective known only as the Association for the Betterment of Sex, this handy how-to book-Sex: Our Bodies, Our Junk-covers everything you ever needed to know about life in the sack, including pastry-related euphemisms for female genitalia and questionable techniques for visually enhancing your member. Readers include Mike Sacks (Vanity Fair), Todd Levin (Conan O'Brien), Scott Jacobson (The Daily Show), Jason Roeder (The Onion) and Ted Travelstead (comedian). Posted: Thursday March 15 2012.

Sacks co-wrote Sex: Our Bodies, Our Junk, with the Pleasure Syndicate, a comedy-writing group consisting of Scott Jacobson ( Daily Show, Bob’s Burgers ), Todd Levin ( Conan ), Jason Roeder (Onion), and Te. .

Sacks co-wrote Sex: Our Bodies, Our Junk, with the Pleasure Syndicate, a comedy-writing group consisting of Scott Jacobson ( Daily Show, Bob’s Burgers ), Todd Levin ( Conan ), Jason Roeder (Onion), and Ted Travelstead ( Vanity Fair ). The book was released August 28, 2010. In February 2011, Sacks authored a collection of humor pieces that were published by Tin House Books. If you are using an Ad-Blocker, it might have mistakenly blocked our content. You will need to temporarily disable your Ad-blocker to view this page.

The two books on our bedside table this week are totally different, but . Sex: Our Bodies, Our Junk.

The two books on our bedside table this week are totally different, but equally entertaining. This week in the Marie Claire books department, we've been swept up in a fascinating, heart-stopping literary mystery - and distracting ourselves here and there with a hilarious tome from a group that calls itself "The Association for the Betterment of Se. Love it. Juliet. Authors: Scott Jacobson, Todd Levin, Jason Roeder, Mike Sacks, and Ted Travelstead, a motley crew of humor writers for The Daily Show, McSweeney's, The Onion, and The New Yorker, among others. Genre: The Joy of Sex satire with horribly uncomfortable illustrations.

Sacks co-wrote Sex: Our Bodies, Our Junk, with the Pleasure Syndicate, a comedy-writing group consisting of Scott Jacobson (Daily Show, Bob’s Burgers), Todd Levin (Conan), Jason Roeder (Onion), and Ted Travelstead (Vanity Fair). The book was released August 28, 2010

Sacks co-wrote Sex: Our Bodies, Our Junk, with the Pleasure Syndicate, a comedy-writing group consisting of Scott Jacobson (Daily Show, Bob’s Burgers), Todd Levin (Conan), Jason Roeder (Onion), and Ted Travelstead (Vanity Fair).

Now, from writer Mike Sacks (McSweeney's, Vanity Fair) and his comedy-writing group "The Pleasure Syndicate", consisting of Scott Jacobson ("The Daily Show"), Todd Levin ("The Tonight Show"), Jason Roeder (The Onion), and Ted Travelstead (Esquire) comes "Sex: Our Bodies.

Now, from writer Mike Sacks (McSweeney's, Vanity Fair) and his comedy-writing group "The Pleasure Syndicate", consisting of Scott Jacobson ("The Daily Show"), Todd Levin ("The Tonight Show"), Jason Roeder (The Onion), and Ted Travelstead (Esquire) comes "Sex: Our Bodies, Our Junk," a humorous sexual guidebook for the 21st century

Sacks co-wrote Sex: Our Bodies, Our Junk, with the Pleasure Syndicate, a comedy-writing group consisting of Scott Jacobson (Daily Show, Bob’s Burgers), Todd Levin (Conan), Jason Roeder (Onion), and Ted Travelstead (Vanity Fair).

So I read Our Bodies, Our Junk in necessarily rationed (private) sittings. But Our Bodies, Our Junk is also a testament to the pervasive influence of Vice Magazine. All the better to relish it with. Todd Levin cites not only those paragons of canonical, comprehensive humor – Our Dumb Century, America: The Book, The National Lampoon – as stylistic influences, but also The Joy of Sex, Our Bodies, Ourselves, and the work of Masters and Johnson, mostly for their attempt to quantify sexuality. But there are also traces of Lisa Birnbach’s The Official Preppy Handbook, the tongue-in-cheek guide to WASPdom.

 GOOD GOD—YOU’RE DOING IT ALL WRONG . . . The Association for the Betterment of Sex (A.B.S.) presents Sex: Our Bodies, Our Junk, a radical and invaluable resource for improving your sexual communication—whether you have been in a committed relationship for years, or have just moments ago removed the shrinkwrap from your new Japanese body pillow.   Here are just a few sensual revelations you’ll find within these pages: -    The precise location of the female G-spot (latitude and longitude)-    “Going on tour with Midnight Oil” and more outmoded masturbation slang-    Forced perspective and other techniques for visually enhancing the size of your member-    The Top Five pastry-related euphemisms for female genitalia-    How to score big at your next swingers’ party, with our crowd-pleasing ambrosia-salad recipe-    Listings of “Don’t ask, Don’t tell” dry-cleaning services, for freshening up your vinyl fetishwear or adult-sized Tigger costume-    Your first threesome, and how the ancient Mayans predicted it wouldn’t go over so hot Exhaustively researched and fully illustrated, Sex: Our Bodies, Our Junk is a must-read for you, your sexual partner(s), and anyone who wishes there was more to sex than thrashing around for a few seconds and begging for forgiveness.
This book is a great reference guide for those little questions that come up in adult conversations. I liked reading the various phobia and fetish lists. I have a degree in health and this book has helped me a few times when I was trying to think of certain terms or people's names to explain something to someone but the correct words weren't coming to mind. I found the book to be more of a reference tool than something you would read start to finish because all of the various sections.
This book is genuinely funny. If you are offended by sexual content and explicit language, obviously you shouldn't buy it. If, however, you think 'junk' is just plain funny and you're not easily offended this book's for you. There is a decidedly masculine spin on it, but that's part of what makes it amusing; the mysteries of girl 'junk' are still some enigmatic entity, always beyond the grasp of the male mind, addressing the "alleged female 'orgasm'". The book reads like a Sex for Dummies manual, including all aspects of human sexuality and the problems that may arise. It alerts the reader to important symptoms of virginity-loss such as the "new spider-like abilities". One learns the art of 'peacocking,' how to discuss sex at work, and how well a shrimp farm works as
contraception. The anatomical renderings of the male and female...er...areas are reason alone to buy the book, but it's just a gem overall. I'm not doing this book justice. I don't know how anyone can.

If you love random, irreverent absurdity and prefer humor that is politically incorrect and generally offensive to others, buy this book. Not for taking to the office. Keep out of reach of children.
Love it!!! HILARIOUS!!
Most of the books I have read lately fall short, this one delivered. I do not want to give anything away and I cannot compare to any of the professional reviews I have read online. I will say this is the funniest book I have read all year and I was constantly laughing out loud. I usually find one solid gift to give away during the holiday season and I found it a little early this year...ENJOY
Hilarious book. But like so many humor books, I'm not sure there's a point to this book excepting LOLing.
And my wife often tells me I don't even HAVE a penisbone - THAT'S how funny this book is! I think I can neatly assess this book with the following summation: If you've ever indulged in the joy of giving a Hot Carl, you will love this book. If you've ever indulged in the joy of receiving a Hot Carl, you will love virtually anything.
I saw this advertised on Cracked, one of my favorite comedy sites, saw that it was endorsed by a lot of my favorite comedians, and every single one of the reviews was five stars, so naturally I bought it. When it came, I was super excited and delved right in.

Perhaps my expectations were too high, but while I did find some of it amusing, I didn't laugh out loud throughout the entire book. Not even a chuckle. I didn't learn anything new at all, either. I have to say, all in all, while it is a decent, well-rounded sex manual, that it's nothing really special.
This book made me laugh out loud so hard, I started to cry. This guide to sex will remind you of the creepy 70s book, Joy of Sex but is much more than that. It is written by self proclaimed "experts" who have little sexual experience so their "insights" are what make it so amusing. There's nothing better than reading a smug expert give all the wrong information (especially on a topic like sex). Very funny and highly recommend for great laughs.