Wussie: In Praise of Spineless Men
By Josh Muggins
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Published: Aug. 25, 2011
Words: 69,142 (approximate)
This droll assortment of biographical “Profiles in Wussitude,” reviews of sex toys for timid men and other essays scrutinizes male gutlessness from every imaginable angle. How do wussies face death? How do they face naked ladies, or Starbucks baristas? Josh Muggins brings his refreshing comic voice to these issues and more.
The unique comic voice behind 2005’s How to Pick up Japanese Chicks and Doom Your Immortal Soul returns with an assortment of biographical sketches (aka “Profiles in Wussitude”), reviews of sex toys for timid men and reminiscences. Wussie: In Praise of Spineless Men scrutinizes male gutlessness from every imaginable angle. Such exemplary dastards from history and legend as the biblical Isaac (a willing if sulky accessory to his own sacrifice), corpse-loving weirdo Henry David Thoreau, and compulsive wine-diluter Thomas Jefferson are lovingly skewered in the process. American humorist and lifelong wussie Josh Muggins touches on many of the aspects of modern life that terrify the spineless—demanding bosses, sociable streetwalkers, airport security, airports, air—while offering no hope whatsoever of redemption.
“A great stocking-stuffer for that special girlie-man in your life.”-joshmuggins.com
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