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Have you heard of an author named Peter Davidson?
A brief intro to what is going on:
The author wrote the events from his personal events and experiences and also observations. Many of which are true.
It contains situations people may face in real life and the response that they might give. It involves being politically correct and what they really believe. It is about various things from relationships to philosiphies. It includes humor, satire and more.
It was just printed recently this year with no previous copies.
When we get to the contents it starts with 'Marriage'. Which is broken down into many categories.
Then we have 'Dating'. That is also broken into various categories.
Then there is 'Advice', 'Strategies', 'Socializing',and it goes on for a ways with them all broken down into categories.
Example of comment(s) after the chapter:
Grandpa, being politically correct: "Don't mess around with other women."
Grandpa, being brutally honest: "Sonny, your mouth will get you into a whole lot more trouble than your willy ever will."
TRUMPED! BEYOND POLITCALLY CORRECT
Below are a couple of reviews by others:
I have also included reviews by others who have read the book and their ratings on the book, whom I do not know. I will leave their names out and just call them 'Reviewer #'.
Reviewer #1, on May 9, 2016
DEFINITELY "POLITICALLY INCORRECT." FITTING FOR TODAY'S POLITICAL CLIMATE!!
Definitely "politically Incorrect," which is what made it fun and funny. Some great stories that fit almost everyone's everyday life and how a person would handle situations if they had the guts to say what was on the tip of their tongue!! I laughed a lot.
Gave it five stars.
Reviewer #2 on May 9, 2016
KNOCKED BEING "POLITICALLY CORRECT" ON ITS A** - CAN I SAY THAT? FUN BOOK TO READ!
Loved it, but that's the kind of gal I am. As the back cover blurb says, it has humor and satire and is irreverent - and on occasion is risque´. I liked the format of short stories and take only a minute or tw to read and also enjoyed the "Beyond Politically Correct" punchlines, that are quite true and honest and often very funny. There is a lot of truth in what the book says. A good laugh.
Gave it five stars.