Men Should Be on Mars Women Should Have a Penis: The Deferential Guide to Penis Redistribution

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Wyhldfisch Productions, 2013 - Interpersonal communication - 70 pages
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An hysterical look at why Women should own a penis, why all Men belong on Mars, and why on Earth all Men use Martian logic. This book gives women a better understanding of the hidden powers of the penis, and what it's like for a man to surrender to every whim in the true meaning of impulse.Mixed with facts and history you may laugh until you cry while reading this point of view. Like a spontaneous erection, the idea simply emerged one day and demanded to be dealt with. Men are revealed as either good, bad or ugly bastards. Therefore all men are at some time bastards. We should not be afraid of this simple truth. Let's face it - menstruation, menopause, mental illness and meningitis, just to name a few, all start with men! It is suggested that Men be flung through space and land on Mars, the biggest naughty spot in the universe, while leaving their penises back on Earth with Women, a bit like a time share so women can get to know what it's like to have a penis. Mars is four thousand, two hundred and twenty-two miles in diameter, or six thousand, seven hundred and ninety-four kilometres. Metric makes it sound much bigger and that's a well-known trick of the penis. Read on and discover a lot more about the penis and the male mind it's attached to. About the AuthorMalinda Rutter is a big picture thinker in the style of abstract and hilarious. This book is her outside-the-square solution to solving gender politics once and for all, a fantasy with an internal logic Malinda learned from long years of co- habitation with penis-wearers. Guaranteed to make you laugh out loud (if you are a woman), this book will also quickly sort out the secure from the insecure in the male population. This is what Malinda does. Sorts you out. And you're laughing so hard you don't even notice. Much loved mother to all, sister to many, Aunty Malinda is also wife to one lucky penis-wearer, and lives in Sydney, Australia. Her sunny nature shines through the text, full of facts you didn't know about the male appendage. And as you, a capable woman, glide through the chapters, you realise that Malinda's penis argument is actually the logical endpoint of your own truncated secret thoughts. We don't have to go as far as Malinda does in this book, but the thought of this book will make you smile sweetly the next time you have to deal with male incompetence, which will probably be tomorrow, or later on today.

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