An offensive, in-your-face, brutally honest and completely hilarious look at male inner life and sexual fantasy. In the course of this hilariously honest boo. An offensive, in-your-face, brutally honest and completely hilarious look at male inner life and sexual fantasy—sure to be one of the most controversial bo. The self-absorbed narrator continually looks for (and finds) sex but is terrified, if not emasculated, by the prospect of love.
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Apr 10, Jason Edwards rated it it was ok.
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The Average American Male by Chad Kultgen
How perfect was it that I spewed on this book; I can’t really make this stuff up and I don’t really need to I literally vomited on the book! Jan 21, Sean Ferguson rated it it was ok. Oh my God, women and marriage, am I right fellas? This is nothing short of awesome. However the possibility that you’re reading someone’s blog just out of college, still attempting to relive those nights in the fraternity is, more and to the point, a avedage probability than someone sitting at home saying, “I want to write a book about this guy I mean abysmally bad.
He’s bored with everything except his xbox and doesn’t understand why she doesn’t dump him. What I see is someone who doesn’t feel happy in a relationship because the sex isn’t good enough and because they want different things. Whether this war is obvious, or being waged beneath the surface, is a question that different ages must answer differently. He cheats, he tricks, he lies, but we’re used to reading that the man is in the wrong. Yes, yes men are pigs; I get it.
Jun 04, Jay rated it it was amazing. I assumed the edit would be toned down a little, but not too much, based on the editor’s assurances that the site wanted a piece that was honest. Today, for the first time ever, we have an entire generation of boys and girls who aren’t discovering sex by finding their dad’s Playboys in the garage or reading Cosmo when they first become sexually curious.
Thanks for telling us about the problem.
If this is average, I am ashamed to say I never achieved that average of several ejaculations per day for weeks on end. And it’s a good sign when shows like Girlswhich is possibly the most honest show on television — certainly about sex, and also about a wide thee of other things — wins Golden Globes.
Tap here to turn on desktop notifications to get the news sent straight to you. I did sanitize the book and eventually returned it to my neighbor, unfinished.
Seriously, that’s about it.
You Can’t Handle the Truth
He’s a one-note superficial misogynist and his only redeeming quality is that he willingly gives to the poor and homeless. It’s like, come on! I literally vomited on the book! The self-absorbed narrator continually looks for and finds sex but is terrified, if not emasculated, by the prospect of love. Despite his misanthropic avergae misogynistic personality, Kyle was pretty awesome.
The Average American Male follows a nameless character around Los Angeles, as he thinks with one part of his body from the first page of Chapter Two until the final page of the book.
View all 3 comments. The “perfect woman” who is a mirror image of himself is a rare find for any man. To call the main character a misogynist is like calling Orson Wells fat. Do men really jerk off every couple of hours all day long until they meet up with their girlfriends later to have I have to admit. It may not be up to par with The Liebut its still full with spouts of hilarity, dirty dialogue, and in its own unique way, ends up being touching.
The book is good and you won’t like it. This leaves the main character standing alone in the rain, looking into the sky, trying to figure out how he can stick his member in a cloud’s ass, rather than screaming at god, questioning why he’s such a flat kulhgen. Refresh and try again.
The Average American Male (Average American, book 1) by Chad Kultgen
But whether you are comfortable with the premise or not, what you do need to accept is that underneath all the sex, there are real issues that men do their best not to think about, real panic, and ultimately, not amsrican all cases but definitely in some, chax resentment. This book definitely made me think about what the author was trying to do with the main character by giving the audience so much freedom to decide if this book is realistic or not. It oultgen just a bit too simple compared to The Lie.
That’s definitely not it. But as gross and outlandish as this book can be, the one thing it gets right are the feelings of trapped desperation that loads of men go through; the author captures them on the page. The things you see, smell, touch, taste, hear and feel when you’re having sex are all pornographic. Nonetheless, I stomp the brakes whenever traffic allows, reasoning that it only takes one good one to bust the fetus loose.