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It's Not PMS, It's You
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The war between the sexes will never be the same after humorist Deb Amlen gets done with it.  “It’s Not PMS, It’s You” is a hilarious, take-no-prisoners reconnaissance mission into the minds and souls of men and some of the things they do in relationships to infuriate women. As if it were that simple to explain.  Beginning with a completely scientific, fairly non-hormonal look at the history of the term “on the rag” and ending with the cautionary tale of a relationship that completely destroys one man’s will to live in only one menstrual cycle, this book is ultimately an affectionate look at the quirks of both sexes, but also takes a twisted gander at:  • The evolution of the “Prince Albert in a can” joke, and why he deserved it • Who should fund the medical research into why men do what they do (Hint: It’s definitely NOT the government) • Why men hate to talk about...
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The war between the sexes will never be the same after humorist Deb Amlen gets done with it. 

“It’s Not PMS, It’s You” is a hilarious, take-no-prisoners reconnaissance mission into the minds and souls of men and some of the things they do in relationships to infuriate women. As if it were that simple to explain. 

Beginning with a completely scientific, fairly non-hormonal look at the history of the term “on the rag” and ending with the cautionary tale of a relationship that completely destroys one man’s will to live in only one menstrual cycle, this book is ultimately an affectionate look at the quirks of both sexes, but also takes a twisted gander at: 

• The evolution of the “Prince Albert in a can” joke, and why he deserved it 
• Who should fund the medical research into why men do what they do (Hint: It’s definitely NOT the government) 
• Why men hate to talk about their feelings, including four separate mentions of the word “penis” 
• An absolutely fool-proof method for sustaining a long-term relationship, and why it could kill you 

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About Deb

Deb Amlen is a humor writer and crossword puzzle constructor whose work has been featured in The New York TimesThe Washington Post,The Los Angeles TimesThe Chronicle of Higher Education, The New Jersey Star-Ledger and...

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