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on Aug. 02, 2011 :
I came across the men's version first, and even though I'm a lady I couldn't resist the allure of the forbidden. As the disclaimer goes, it's a little crude, possibly offensive, but the men's version was funny. This one's even funnier. Disney wouldn't be thrilled with Mr. Obi's Little Mermaid implications in the men's version (though the reference to Belle from 'Beauty and the Beast' as a ridadie chick was pretty cool). Disney will not be thrilled with this book's reference to Aladdin as a possible terrorist. But who cares? The point is to get your friends talking. Personally, I think I'd take my chances with Legolas.
(review of free book)