With this book, Bruce McCall and Lee Eisenberg plant the flag on a brave new land called Viagra Nation, the blissful and outrageous state of mind where everybody is beautiful, where old-age dysfunction is a thing of the past, and where sexual fears, worries, and anxieties are declared null and void.
Using drawings, diagrams, charts, graphs, postcards, stamps and just about anything else they can get their hands on, McCall and Eisenberg bring to life an earthly paradise made possible by the most phenomenal, notorious, and talked-about tablet since Moses. Viagra Nation is the uproarious and definitive guidebook to this glorious utopia, where men and woman are suddenly able to enjoy active, athletic sex lives long after they've lost day-to-day bladder control.
So whether your already an upstanding citizen of Viagra Nation, or just thinking about the day you'll set sail, you're bound to get a rise out of this book.
But in the unlikely event you don't, see your doctor.
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Bruce McCall's written and illustrated satire is a familiar part of the New Yorker, Vanity Fair, and other major publications, and he has published two books of collected humor, Zany Afternoons and All Meat Looks like South America, as well as a memoir of growing up Canadian, Thin Ice. McCall has also just published his first children's book, Marveltown. He lives in New York City.Review:
...clever, if still gleefully juvenile, potency-pill humor. -- Entertainment Weekly, A. J. Jacobs
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Descrizione libro Harper Perennial, 1998. Paperback. Condizione libro: New. Codice libro della libreria DADAX0060193115
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Descrizione libro Harper Perennial, 1998. Paperback. Condizione libro: New. book. Codice libro della libreria 0060193115