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100 Rants On Why Men Are Pants - cover

100 Rants On Why Men Are Pants

Amy Carter

Publisher: Summersdale

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Men. It's pretty difficult to think of what use they could be put to. It's plain to see that they need assistance getting dressed and appear to be incapable of discerning the purpose of a toilet seat. From the fairer sex then comes this perfectly-formed little number with all the reasons Why Men Are Pants!

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