More Cowbell Monday is always about laughter. It’s just a rule around here that we start the week that way.
The ladies had their shiny moment on Friday with The Big Coloring Book of Vaginas. Yes, that’s a real book. (p.s. I’m calling it the BCBOV for the rest of this post. The VaJayJay part is just too distracting.)
Now it’s time for the men to have their moment of sparkly fun (IYKWIM).
After all the comments on Friday’s post, I had to go check out the Amazon reviews on the BCBOV. I was shocked to see that “used copies” were available on Amazon for $207.95. That must have been some coloring!
Lo and behold, underneath the book pricing, it says:
At that point it was “Game ON” at the Hansen House.
It would have taken a stronger person than either Hubby or I to NOT click on the link for How To Live With a Huge Penis – Advice, Meditations and Wisdom for Men Who Have Too Much by Dr. Richard Jacob and Reverend Owen Thomas. I mean, we HAD to check it out…the book garnered four star reviews.
Note: Yes, this is still a “family blog” – we are simply being factual here.
THEN we read Amazon’s books description and found out the real meaning of OMG:
Publication Date: February 1, 2009
Here at last is the first self-help book for men with Oversized Male Genitalia (OMG), a genetic birth defect that grows the penis to absurd proportions.
Every year, thousands of men are diagnosed with OMG. Sadly, most are banished to the fringes of society, victims of their own freakish length and girth. How to Live with a Huge Penis brings them an inspiring message of tolerance and hope—along with helpful information on
Unzipping: Coming Out to Your Friends and Family
Sharing Your Pain: Sexual Intercourse with a Huge Penis
Big Blessings: Unexpected Advantages of a Huge Penis
and much, much more
Complete with prayers (prayers??), poetry, a daily affirmations journal (Shut the front door!!), and thoughtful quotations from leading self-help experts, How to Live with a Huge Penis will inspire men of all shapes and sizes.
(Yep, our snickers started early in the book description and never stopped.)
There was no way I wasn’t going to share this with my posse here at More Cowbell. This is the blog about MORE, after all. And it seems that we’ve all been misusing the acronym, OMG, in a sad pitiful way.
Here’s a video to describe the book (and yes, it is quite suitable for work, as long as you don’t mind busting a gut laughing – the barbells were the final straw for me):
Had you heard of either of these two books before these posts? Are you torn between feeling sorry for the “OMG sufferers” and laughing your guts out (like me)? Are you scratching your head wondering what would possess a reverend to write a book about OMG? Enquiring minds always want to know these things here at More Cowbell!