National Lampoon's Big Book of Love by Scott Rubin

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At long last, an off-color, politically incorrect, and sometimes cringe-inducingly hilarious collection of the National Lampoon's most notorious R-rated material on, about, and having nothing at all to do with Love.

Culled from the twenty-odd year archives of offensive material from the National Lampoon vault, plus original material from the National Lampoon's new breed of sophomoric talents, National Lampoon's Big Book of Love is sure to offend every member of a church or synagogue; every man or woman, gay or straight, young or old; all Republicans and Democrats; and anyone belonging to any club or association of socially responsible people in the United States or around the world.

From soup to nuts, the National Lampoon has its own point of view on everything loosely associated with love. Lowlights include "Nancy Reagan's Guide to Dating Dos and Don'ts," P. J. O'Rourke's "How to Write Love Letters," Michael O'Donoghue's "Pornocopia," Emily Prager's "Clampax Instruction Booklet," and, of course, "Foto Funnies."

A book for college freshmen of all ages, National Lampoon's Big Book of Love is simply awesome.

About Scott Rubin

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Scott Rubin is the editor in chief of National Lampoon Inc.Sean Crespo and Mason Brown are the associate editors who did all of the real work.
Published February 1, 2004 by Rugged Land. 288 pages
Genres: Humor & Entertainment. Non-fiction

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But why include pieces like""First Blow Job,"" which contains a forced fellatio scene, or""Rape Mysteries,"" a phony advertisement for books with titles like""To Rape a Mockingbird"" and""Dial R for Rape""?

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