Why Do Men Have Nipples?: Hundreds of Questions You'd Only Ask a Doctor After Your Third Martini
Is There a Doctor in the House?Say you’re at a party. You’ve had a martini or three, and you mingle through the crowd, wondering how long you need to stay before going out for pizza. Suddenly you’re introduced to someone new, Dr. Nice Tomeetya. You forget the pizza. Now is the perfect time to... show more
Is There a Doctor in the House?Say you’re at a party. You’ve had a martini or three, and you mingle through the crowd, wondering how long you need to stay before going out for pizza. Suddenly you’re introduced to someone new, Dr. Nice Tomeetya. You forget the pizza. Now is the perfect time to bring up all those strange questions you’d like to ask during an office visit with your own doctor but haven’t had the guts (or more likely the time) to do so. You’re filled with liquid courage . . . now is your chance! If you’ve ever wanted to ask a doctor . . .•How do people in wheelchairs have sex?•Why do I get a killer headache when I suck down my milkshake too fast?•Can I lose my contact lens inside my head forever?•Why does asparagus make my pee smell?•Why do old people grow hair on their ears?•Is the old adage “beer before liquor, never sicker, liquor before beer . . .” really true? . . . then Why Do Men Have Nipples? is the book for you.Compiled by Billy Goldberg, an emergency medicine physician, and Mark Leyner, bestselling author and well-known satirist, Why Do Men Have Nipples? offers real factual and really funny answers to some of the big questions about the oddities of our bodies.
Publish date: July 26th 2005
Publisher: Three Rivers Press
Pages no: 224
Edition language: English
Although the facts are interesting the link pieces are annoying at best and truly disjointed at worst, I suppose it's ment to show the mind-set and how they link from one issue to another but a few more interesting factoids would have been more fun for me. Sans link pieces and with more facts they w...
The title made me choose this book. My expectations: death by laughter. But of course it wasn’t funny. As my friend Aly says, medicine isn’t funny. Some questions were interesting but most of them were plain ‘ol stupid!WILL STARING AT AN ECLIPSE MAKE YOU GO BLIND? Things to avoid staring at: • a wom...
I hate to say this (yes, really!) but in this age, you can find the answer to almost anything online (and I did). No, I don't just mean wikipedia either. And If you've spent a reasonable amount of time researching things, you can filter out the garbage from the useful stuff too.....Most of the thing...
The title question is not difficult for anyone who remembers basic biology. While the questions and answers were often juvinile, there were a few interesting questions and some genuinely funny parts.
I wish I'd been the editor on this one. The question-answer part of the book was excellent and fun....Who came up with the idea to insert little sideboxes with conversations between the authors? Was it strictly to fill up space? That's certainly what it felt like. I'd have liked more question-answer...