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Through a process of exhaustive man research he calls "keeping his eyes open," Dick Masterson has compiled a Magnum-size list of the ways men are better than women. It is an infallible compendium of man's greatness, filled with the most egregiously fallacious arguments ever put to words, but with some kind of miraculous, rock-solid man logic dripping like motor oil from ev Through a process of exhaustive man research he calls "keeping his eyes open," Dick Masterson has compiled a Magnum-size list of the ways men are better than women. It is an infallible compendium of man's greatness, filled with the most egregiously fallacious arguments ever put to words, but with some kind of miraculous, rock-solid man logic dripping like motor oil from every sentence. It is a manifesto more memorable than bullshit like High Fidelity or which Axe baby powder Maxim thinks you should slap on your nuts before clubbing, more chock-full of devastating man quotes than Oscar Wilde with two wangs. Most important, it is the only one of its kind. In Men Are Better Than Women, Dick Masterson dispenses logic from his man mouth into the eyes of his male readers like some kind of mighty mother man eagle with nutrient-rich word vomit. It's a book that makes you feel like driving a train into a dynamite factory and then tearing a telephone book apart with your bare hands, just because that's the way men have always done it. Masterson's chapters are simple and self-contained, demand no commitments from readers, and have an immediate payoff. Men Are Better Than Women is a dangerous work of satire -- not dangerous in a revolutionary sense, but dangerous in that it walks the razor-thin line between cruelty and absurdity. That line is called hilarious.


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Through a process of exhaustive man research he calls "keeping his eyes open," Dick Masterson has compiled a Magnum-size list of the ways men are better than women. It is an infallible compendium of man's greatness, filled with the most egregiously fallacious arguments ever put to words, but with some kind of miraculous, rock-solid man logic dripping like motor oil from ev Through a process of exhaustive man research he calls "keeping his eyes open," Dick Masterson has compiled a Magnum-size list of the ways men are better than women. It is an infallible compendium of man's greatness, filled with the most egregiously fallacious arguments ever put to words, but with some kind of miraculous, rock-solid man logic dripping like motor oil from every sentence. It is a manifesto more memorable than bullshit like High Fidelity or which Axe baby powder Maxim thinks you should slap on your nuts before clubbing, more chock-full of devastating man quotes than Oscar Wilde with two wangs. Most important, it is the only one of its kind. In Men Are Better Than Women, Dick Masterson dispenses logic from his man mouth into the eyes of his male readers like some kind of mighty mother man eagle with nutrient-rich word vomit. It's a book that makes you feel like driving a train into a dynamite factory and then tearing a telephone book apart with your bare hands, just because that's the way men have always done it. Masterson's chapters are simple and self-contained, demand no commitments from readers, and have an immediate payoff. Men Are Better Than Women is a dangerous work of satire -- not dangerous in a revolutionary sense, but dangerous in that it walks the razor-thin line between cruelty and absurdity. That line is called hilarious.

30 review for Men Are Better Than Women

  1. 5 out of 5

    Kendall Steinle

    I'm a woman, so I can't read. But I had a man read it to me. I laughed, even though I didn't understand any of it. Because I'm a woman. I'm a woman, so I can't read. But I had a man read it to me. I laughed, even though I didn't understand any of it. Because I'm a woman.

  2. 5 out of 5

    Danielle

    I wasn't able to actually read this book due to my tiny lady-brain, but I enjoyed staring at the words with the hopes of gleaning even the smallest amount of man-spiration. Plus, carrying around this book sent a clear message to those around me and infused me with a sense of superiority over others of my kind. Thanks, Dick! I wasn't able to actually read this book due to my tiny lady-brain, but I enjoyed staring at the words with the hopes of gleaning even the smallest amount of man-spiration. Plus, carrying around this book sent a clear message to those around me and infused me with a sense of superiority over others of my kind. Thanks, Dick!

  3. 4 out of 5

    JHHK JHHK

    I've exchanged quite a few emails with Dick (our books share the same demo and sell together) and I can tell you he's a stand up guy. There's a huge difference between the man and the author/character he role-plays. That said, M>W is not for everyone, and reads best if you keep your frame of reference in check. But if you like brutal satire, give it a chance... I've exchanged quite a few emails with Dick (our books share the same demo and sell together) and I can tell you he's a stand up guy. There's a huge difference between the man and the author/character he role-plays. That said, M>W is not for everyone, and reads best if you keep your frame of reference in check. But if you like brutal satire, give it a chance...

  4. 4 out of 5

    Lily

    A soporific force-fed to us by a toothless grandpa inebriated with too much sherry, fraught with frustration - and insecurity. Otherwise why does Mr. Dick M have to dazzle us with the name of Mr. Cage before we even begin to read the book? Is he telling us that his words and opinions are worthless without their having been read by a celebrity? And take heed. It was READ by Mr. C; it does NOT say he LIKED it. Oh no, I'm not being personal. Everyone is entitled to his opinions, even if I do not agr A soporific force-fed to us by a toothless grandpa inebriated with too much sherry, fraught with frustration - and insecurity. Otherwise why does Mr. Dick M have to dazzle us with the name of Mr. Cage before we even begin to read the book? Is he telling us that his words and opinions are worthless without their having been read by a celebrity? And take heed. It was READ by Mr. C; it does NOT say he LIKED it. Oh no, I'm not being personal. Everyone is entitled to his opinions, even if I do not agree with Mr.D's. I'm here solely to comment on his work. It's banal to "man"nipulate the English language by prefixing every word with "man". That's just "man"gling it. See? There are words that start with "man" naturally, all by their little selves. And I suppose "The Style of the Never-Ending Appendix" is meant to make the whole thing look like a political manifesto. Alas. Without substance, it is only never-ending, period. A senseless grumble without even the merit of being venomous, which I surmise is what Mr.D aspires to. Mr.Max Tucker has no affection for women either, but at least his book is nothing like Mr.D's self-congratulatory squawk in the ear. There is form and function, and he shows us faces and places, to keep us from falling asleep. Surprise! They do that in books? Under the deluded dream he's articulate and dynamic, Mr,D repetitively drones on the same subject with as many paltry ideas as he can gather. Not many, apparently. But Mr. D did make one grand achievement. He succeeded in droning a squawk.

  5. 4 out of 5

    Victor

    This book obviously shouldn't be taken seriously.(specialy the women). But this book made me laugh so hard that I almost choked on a piece of tortilla I was eating while reading this book in the toilet. It is mysoginstic, sexist and hilarious...just how I like my books. And, truthfully...some of the things he says are true. Sorry ladies. truth hurts. Doesn't it? This book obviously shouldn't be taken seriously.(specialy the women). But this book made me laugh so hard that I almost choked on a piece of tortilla I was eating while reading this book in the toilet. It is mysoginstic, sexist and hilarious...just how I like my books. And, truthfully...some of the things he says are true. Sorry ladies. truth hurts. Doesn't it?

  6. 4 out of 5

    Pat

    The literally world is filled with a ton of truly awful writing known as "Chick Lit." This book exists to counter-act the effect of that stuff. This book is so sexist I found it to be pretty embarrassing and I'm kind of a pig. It is funny nonetheless. Some choice quotes include; "Women have looked at every advancement of our species-fire,money, clothing, justice, planes, trains, and automobiles-with the attitude "Fuck it, I'll learn about it later." What they really meant was "Fuck it, I'll fuck The literally world is filled with a ton of truly awful writing known as "Chick Lit." This book exists to counter-act the effect of that stuff. This book is so sexist I found it to be pretty embarrassing and I'm kind of a pig. It is funny nonetheless. Some choice quotes include; "Women have looked at every advancement of our species-fire,money, clothing, justice, planes, trains, and automobiles-with the attitude "Fuck it, I'll learn about it later." What they really meant was "Fuck it, I'll fuck for it later." or "Women have no place in anything where incompetence doesn't equal results. That means women have no place anywhere except attracting a mate and fucking up their birth control." Cruel? Yes. Awful? Pretty much. Damn funny? Damn skippy!

  7. 5 out of 5

    Sha

    //has a headache because the term "satire" has been abused to hell and back THIS IS NOT SATIRE. This is another one of those godawful "hey I can use humor to say anything I want without considering the long-term effects this in the minds of a population eager to take my words literally" things. The author is either deliberately trolling his supposedly intended audience or has no earthly idea how counterproductive a 'parody' like this can be. Either way, I have that fucking headache. //has a headache because the term "satire" has been abused to hell and back THIS IS NOT SATIRE. This is another one of those godawful "hey I can use humor to say anything I want without considering the long-term effects this in the minds of a population eager to take my words literally" things. The author is either deliberately trolling his supposedly intended audience or has no earthly idea how counterproductive a 'parody' like this can be. Either way, I have that fucking headache.

  8. 5 out of 5

    Christopher

    The title says it all and the book is filled with numerous facts proving it. A+

  9. 5 out of 5

    Brittany

    This is a book I've read. Regrettably. It's one of two books that made me question my dedication to finishing every book I've started. Apparently this book is satirical. Satire of what, I'm not exactly sure. There's that saying - "We are what we pretend to be, so we must be careful about what we pretend to be." So even supposing this book is satirical, when looking for a pdf of this book, the top post was to a MGTOW post with a comment that "Any book that goes against gynocentrism and feminism wi This is a book I've read. Regrettably. It's one of two books that made me question my dedication to finishing every book I've started. Apparently this book is satirical. Satire of what, I'm not exactly sure. There's that saying - "We are what we pretend to be, so we must be careful about what we pretend to be." So even supposing this book is satirical, when looking for a pdf of this book, the top post was to a MGTOW post with a comment that "Any book that goes against gynocentrism and feminism with the purpose of empowering men qualifies [as MGTOW material]" and upon reading the profiles of some people here who gave the book five stars, I found one individual who liked some quotes from Anders Breivik, which tells me everything I need to know about whom this type of book appeals to, while simultaneously highlighting the dangers of saying hateful shit and cowering behind the idea of "It's just a joke". But props to the one chapter titled "WOMEN: ARE THEY SMARTER THAN HORSES?" because I legitimately could not come up with something as asinine as that if I tried.

  10. 4 out of 5

    Leah Lucci

    When Maddox or Tucker Max does this, it's hilarious. This particular author's style gets old after about 20 pages. When Maddox or Tucker Max does this, it's hilarious. This particular author's style gets old after about 20 pages.

  11. 5 out of 5

    Witek Adamus

    Too lazy to read about something I already know. Must have book to keep in a visible place at your home to make woman and pre-divorce man angry.

  12. 4 out of 5

    Archie Lewallen

    Team Try Hard

  13. 5 out of 5

    Pat Schakelvoort

    A bit overhyped because it was on the phill show. But it`s good satire. It`s also hilarious how women are pissed of about this book, cause nobody hates women more than other women. Many observations are well found and it is definitely good for lowering your expectations in womenhood. A bit overhyped because it was on the phill show. But it`s good satire. It`s also hilarious how women are pissed of about this book, cause nobody hates women more than other women. Many observations are well found and it is definitely good for lowering your expectations in womenhood.

  14. 4 out of 5

    Paul

    A terrible read. I thought it might be mildly humorous, but no, its a 253 page rant on why he hates women. Yes I know it's intended as satire, I get that, but its still (at least to me) not that funny. The book just goes on and on, rant after rant, I seriously struggled to finish it. A terrible read. I thought it might be mildly humorous, but no, its a 253 page rant on why he hates women. Yes I know it's intended as satire, I get that, but its still (at least to me) not that funny. The book just goes on and on, rant after rant, I seriously struggled to finish it.

  15. 5 out of 5

    Nicholas

    It was a funny tongue in cheek book. The book was basically just a printout of his blog. There was no thread or anything just a bunch of isolated entries. No quotes

  16. 4 out of 5

    Nik

    although there were quite a few funny one liners this book just kinda sucked.

  17. 4 out of 5

    Jojo

    Eh, thought it would be funnier.

  18. 4 out of 5

    Katrina

    I only gave it one star because I'm a woman and everyone knows women can't read. I only gave it one star because I'm a woman and everyone knows women can't read.

  19. 4 out of 5

    David Boldery

    Though the author wrote this book to be taken completely seriously you can't help but find the book even more funny in that sense. Though the author wrote this book to be taken completely seriously you can't help but find the book even more funny in that sense.

  20. 5 out of 5

    Kristin

    A little background to explain why my rating is so low: I read this book about six years ago, on my ex-boyfriend's borrowed Nook (he was my current boyfriend at the time I borrowed the Nook). I took quite a bit of exception to it since my ex was both verbally and physically abusive, and this is exactly the kind of thing he takes quite seriously and laughs with because "it's all true." I remember wanting to throw the Nook and break it at the time. Quite probably I was hearing it narrated by my ex A little background to explain why my rating is so low: I read this book about six years ago, on my ex-boyfriend's borrowed Nook (he was my current boyfriend at the time I borrowed the Nook). I took quite a bit of exception to it since my ex was both verbally and physically abusive, and this is exactly the kind of thing he takes quite seriously and laughs with because "it's all true." I remember wanting to throw the Nook and break it at the time. Quite probably I was hearing it narrated by my ex in my head. Looking back (and also looking over some of the reviews), I realize this was probably meant to be humorous and satirical, but that initial impression still sits with me. I'm putting it on my list of books to try again to see if it's as insulting as I remember or if it's actually quite funny and my situation made me hate it so much.

  21. 5 out of 5

    Reza Amiri Praramadhan

    WARNING: If you consider yourself as one of the Social Justice Warriors, you better put away this book. If you are also a man, you’d also better check again. This is a book that reminds me that it is great being born a man, with all the greatness we have over woman in general. A good reading to brush up the patriarchy within every men. This book also a proof that men write better satire, because women would be to busy to not hurt everybody’s feelings.

  22. 5 out of 5

    Dan

    I'm a fan of the author based on his podcasts, decided to give his book a shot. It started off amusing enough, but uninspired. By the end though I think I got what Dick was going for, questioning myself on what I think it means to be a man and what kind of man I want to be. Maybe I read too much into it but either way the book was funny, more clever than I was expecting, and I got some chuckles out of it. I'd recommend it to anyone with a sense of humor. I'm a fan of the author based on his podcasts, decided to give his book a shot. It started off amusing enough, but uninspired. By the end though I think I got what Dick was going for, questioning myself on what I think it means to be a man and what kind of man I want to be. Maybe I read too much into it but either way the book was funny, more clever than I was expecting, and I got some chuckles out of it. I'd recommend it to anyone with a sense of humor.

  23. 5 out of 5

    John Raptor

    Hilarious satire. Don't take it too seriously. It's just jokes. Also, listen to the Dick Show podcast. He's a down-to-earth, funny guy. Doesn't claim to be an intellectual heavy-weight or thought leader. Just an ordinary guy with some rages. You may not agree with everything he says, but he knows how to spin a yarn! Hilarious satire. Don't take it too seriously. It's just jokes. Also, listen to the Dick Show podcast. He's a down-to-earth, funny guy. Doesn't claim to be an intellectual heavy-weight or thought leader. Just an ordinary guy with some rages. You may not agree with everything he says, but he knows how to spin a yarn!

  24. 5 out of 5

    Dora

    So, if you take this as the satirical joke it is, it's funny. To be honest, I read a good bit of it with my teenager and we joked about burning after reading. lol. If you want to laugh, get annoyed, get angry and then laugh again, pick this up. So, if you take this as the satirical joke it is, it's funny. To be honest, I read a good bit of it with my teenager and we joked about burning after reading. lol. If you want to laugh, get annoyed, get angry and then laugh again, pick this up.

  25. 4 out of 5

    Evan Brennan

    Pure, pure satire! Nearly every sentence is a joke. It's a perfect comedy for those who know what to take seriously, and what NOT to take seriously. :) Pure, pure satire! Nearly every sentence is a joke. It's a perfect comedy for those who know what to take seriously, and what NOT to take seriously. :)

  26. 5 out of 5

    Cass Michael

    It's a pretty funny book. It's satire, in our outrage culture that is often overlooked... Look at the reviews of male feminists and #Metoo women going bananas this book even exists. It's a pretty funny book. It's satire, in our outrage culture that is often overlooked... Look at the reviews of male feminists and #Metoo women going bananas this book even exists.

  27. 5 out of 5

    /Fitbrah/

    I guess I'm a misogynist now. I guess I'm a misogynist now.

  28. 4 out of 5

    HERZ

    Fact-driven book exploiting how men are evidently better than women in all fronts. Not recommended to beta males or anybody who can't read (dogs, women, etc.) man-tastic work by Dick. Fact-driven book exploiting how men are evidently better than women in all fronts. Not recommended to beta males or anybody who can't read (dogs, women, etc.) man-tastic work by Dick.

  29. 5 out of 5

    Van

    Great book, as long as you reading it for what it is. Humor, he's a great guy and I love his show. Great book, as long as you reading it for what it is. Humor, he's a great guy and I love his show.

  30. 4 out of 5

    Barbara

    Disgusting book filled with sexist comments and demising words against women. This book appalled me. Shame on the Author.

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