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More Shortest Books Ever Written

Discussion in 'Laughter Is The Best Medicine' started by hdtvfan0001, May 7, 2011.

  1. May 7, 2011 #1 of 16
    hdtvfan0001

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    25. "Things I wouldn't do for Money" by Dennis Rodman

    24. Human Rights Advances in China

    23. The Differences Between Reality and Dilbert

    22. "The Book of Virtue" by Bill Clinton

    21. "To all the Men I've Loved Before" Ellen DeG.

    20. "My Plan to Find the Real Killers" by OJ Simpson

    19. "Strom Thurmond: Intelligent Quotes"

    18. Al Gore: The Wild Years

    17. Amelia Earhart's Guide to the Pacific Ocean

    16. America's Most Popular Lawyers

    15. Career Opportunities for History Majors

    14. Detroit - A Travel Guide

    13. Different Ways to Spell "Bob"

    12. Dr. Kevorkian's Collection of Motivational Speeches

    11. Easy UNIX /* GCFL: come on! it's not that difficult! :) */

    10. Ethiopian Tips on World Dominance

    9. Everything Men Know About Women

    8. Everything Women Know About Men

    7. French Hospitality to non-Francophones

    6. George Foreman's Big Book of Baby Names

    5. "How to Sustain a Musical Career" by Art Garfunkel

    4. One Hundred and One Spotted Owl Recipes by the EPA

    3. Staple Your Way to Success

    2. The Amish Phone Book

    and the Number One World's Shortest Book:

    1. The Engineer's Guide to Fashion
     
  2. May 7, 2011 #2 of 16
    Nick

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    Excellent! :up:
     
  3. May 7, 2011 #3 of 16
    Rich

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    Where did you find that? I'm still laughing...:lol:

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  4. May 7, 2011 #4 of 16
    Rich

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    "Ethiopian tips on world dominance" really cracked me up....:lol:

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  5. May 7, 2011 #5 of 16
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    The Engineer's Guide to Fashion

    Considering a career in Engineering and my wife always says I have a lack of diversity in my wardrobe. :lol:
     
  6. May 7, 2011 #6 of 16
    Rich

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    That was one that puzzled me. Jeans and a dress shirt in a chemical plant is "dressy". Never saw suits or jackets and slacks. And I've been to a lot of plants all over the country.

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  7. May 7, 2011 #7 of 16
    hdtvfan0001

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    Pocket Protector not included. :D
    Perhaps they're referencing a different kind of engineer?
     
  8. May 9, 2011 #8 of 16
    billsharpe

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    Let's see, there's BBO and OBB.

    I think I've got it covered!

    Shorter Books: Different ways to spell AL, Different ways to spell ED.
     
  9. paulman182

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    I think that's the point.
     
  10. 4HiMarks

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    Exactly. How many "jeans and a dress shirt" clad models grace the pages of GQ? How many engineers have ever even opened a copy of GQ? How many know what GQ is?
     
  11. Rich

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    I can't answer those questions, but a pretty girl in tight jeans and a dress shirt...yummy! The engineers I've known and partied with were pretty intelligent and always were with good lookin' girls.

    By the way, a pretty girl with just a dress shirt on...

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  12. 4HiMarks

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    Absolutely. Except the models in Gentleman's Quarterly are men.
     
  13. hdtvfan0001

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    By the way...a good friend is an electronics engineer - that title is actually on his business card.

    He dresses just fine (at least that's what I tell him). :D
     
  14. Rich

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    And that's a man's magazine? Excuse my naivety....:lol:

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  15. 4HiMarks

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    Yeah. I consider it as sort of a softcore Playboy for gays. Or metrosexuals at least.
     
  16. Rich

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    I was gonna ask about that, but didn't know how to phrase it without hurting someone's feelings. Not that there's anything wrong with that.

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