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69 things I do with my Wang: Test to see how dirty your mind is (English Edition) [Kindle Edition]

A Paz
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  • Länge: 71 Seiten (geschätzt)
  • Sprache: Englisch
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Not nearly as dirty as you think -- but way funnier! Discover (and see) precisely 69 things I do with my amazing Wang. Enjoy cool photos, lots of crude (but clever) humor, and loads of double entendres.


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  • Seitenzahl der Print-Ausgabe: 71 Seiten
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  • Sprache: Englisch
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  • Durchschnittliche Kundenbewertung: 4.0 von 5 Sternen  Alle Rezensionen anzeigen (2 Kundenrezensionen)

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4.0 von 5 Sternen I had a Wang or Two, too, and... 4. Februar 2014
Von Miki101.Michaela TOP 100 REZENSENT
Format:Kindle Edition
... and I am a woman!
Now if You may ask "just one or two???" - then You are totally on the wrong path!
Here the Wang ist a computer, which was popular in the Stone Age of computering - but is was portable.
And yet in those times the same awfully sexist jokes were made by English speakers.
But less in Germany where the other "wang" is not so often used :)))
At least not in ambiguous remarks. male German colleagues simply didn't know the other meaning of the word... :)

OK - to the book - I find it entertaining.
The idea is fresh and there are no big "offences against morality" involved.
The "hung horse" is my favourite, followed by the cats and dogs jokes - so nice and innocent...

The Red Light District jokes were a little bit forced, therefore one star less.
Also because some of the pictures are blurred - would be better to change those.
But maybe it is only the quality of my Wang screen...
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4.0 von 5 Sternen Geek meets lowbrow humor 25. Februar 2014
Format:Kindle Edition
The author contacted me to ask for a review, and provided a free copy. Since it was so short, I immediately checked it out – it can be read in less than ten minutes.

There are some real groaners, but the puns and pictures are creative, silly, and fun. If you like double entendre and slightly crude humor, you’ll enjoy it. The title alone is entertaining!
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4.0 von 5 Sternen Retro work and book of jokes that will appeal to those who revealed the exciting world of computers 3. März 2014
Von Denis Vukosav - Veröffentlicht auf
Format:Kindle Edition
`69 things I do with my Wang' written by A Paz is a book full of jokes about Wang semi-portable computer, for many people today a completely unknown thing that is still only remembered by the older ones.

The author has written a funny compilation of Wang jokes, putting along some related photographs that make his book for the most of short time needed to go through, a funny adventure.

There are few jokes that are not so successful and some pictures are not of highest quality or `politically correct' but in general this is a nicely made collection of jokes that will make you laugh. Therefore A Paz book is an interesting combination of retro work and book of jokes that will appeal to the generations that have revealed the world of computers.
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4.0 von 5 Sternen WARNING : Do NOT attempt to consume beverages while reading this book! 5. Februar 2014
Von PelvicSurgeon - Veröffentlicht auf
Format:Kindle Edition
Someday I expect that the coffee table book will be replaced with the communal e-reader, and this lighthearted e-book is ready for the waiting. In the meantime, it's a fun, but quick, read for anyone who enjoys a double entendre. It's definitely a book with some pages you'll want to share.

Basically, the author has staged a series of photographs depicting his Wang, a circa mid-80s portable personal computing device (think precursor to the laptop, with an appearance more closely resembling an IBM Selectric). By the way, if you don't know what a Selectric is, you may be just a bit young to remember the Wang, but that's okay; you'll quickly catch the jokes. One certainly doesn't need to be familiar with the Wang genre to appreciate the humor in this book.

Also, for the faint of heart or those who simply have rather delicate sensibilities, have no fear. Though the concepts are raunchy enough for a mild blush, the photos are all pretty safe for work. It's what I like to call a nice, "raunchy clean," sort of humor. Though your mind may take you into embarrassing territory, the photos themselves are actually rather innocuous in that manner.

Unlike another reviewer, I found all the jokes to be rather novel, though I am in the target age range, having used a Wang or two in college, myself. Most of them provoke a hearty chuckle, though I must admit that a few did induce a raucous event, what with all the out-loud snorting and laughter. I even managed to snarf (i.e. expel at high velocity somehow simultaneously through the nose and mouth) Coke Zero once or twice; hence the warning against the combination of tea time and this book.

Definitely worth a look-through time and again, and priced right for its brevity. I'd tend to disagree with those who say that this type of humor is not for the fairer sex, as I'd hardly say it's gender specific. Some folks just enjoy a double entendre more than others, regardless of their Xs or Ys.

Note: I received a copy of this book gratis from its author without request for or promise of a review.
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2.0 von 5 Sternen An interesting concept that's just not quite funny 6. Februar 2014
Von Rob Slaven - Veröffentlicht auf
Format:Kindle Edition
As usual I received this book free for the purposes of review. This time it was directly from the author via email. Despite that kindness I give my candid opinions below.

This is a pretty simple book; it's just a series of pictures featuring the author's old WANG computer posed into various situations that lend themselves to puerile puns about penises. Enough said.

On the good side, this is intended to be a wacky madcap book with its mind in the gutter and, as the kids say, the book "owns" that about itself. It is exactly what it intends to be which is to be respected. So I give the author credit for staying true to the theme.

The downside, however, is that most of the content just isn't funny. There are a few that make you nod in vague appreciation but nothing in this made me crack a smile. I can be a somber sort at times but I'm not THAT somber; this just quite cut it. Moving on from the words, much of the photography was also found wanting. Picture sizes varied wildly and each page is only about half filled. It felt like the author might have been stretching a bit to get to 69.

In summary, I can see the potential for this book but it needs more ... something. There are only so many penis puns after all and maybe 69 is just too many.

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5.0 von 5 Sternen Very Funny Book About All The Fun You Can Have With Your Computer 23. Februar 2014
Von Bonnie Jo Davis - Veröffentlicht auf
Format:Kindle Edition
My first commercial computer was a Wang and it was 1980 or so. I loved that computer so I was delighted when the author offered me a complimentary copy of the book for review. 69 Things I Do With My Wang is a book filled with puns that have matching images. The author took the Wang computer and came up with some really funny and creative images that kept me laughing for hours. As a woman, I was not offended at all as some other reviewers mentioned. Open minded people who appreciate a bit of rude humor will love this book!
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4.0 von 5 Sternen Cute bride or groom gag gift 12. März 2014
Von Barbara Rhoades - Veröffentlicht auf
Format:Kindle Edition
Are you looking for a cute gift for the bachelor or bachelorette party? This would be the perfect one. It would make a fun read at either party.

If you are old enough, you know what a Wang computer is/was. This book takes the computer and puts in with photos and words that can be interpreted in a couple of different ways. Of course, this means your mind is going down “that path” but it is a fun read if you are so inclined.

I had almost forgotten about this computer but this book brings back memories, some of which I would rather have not remembered. Wang was in the infancy stage of computers and really was a huge, slow thing.

If you are looking for a gift for the next bride or groom, this might be just the thing.
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