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סיפורי פורנו זונה מקצועית

סיפורי פורנו זונה מקצועית

I guess I have been trained by all those times when I pick up something about sex and it's like, "A Serious Look on It's like the camera is panning towards softly blowing curtains, forever.

Especially with a subtitl I don't know why, but when I first picked up this book I thought it was going to be one of those dryish intellectual histories about sex which seem to be like, everywhere. Especially with a subtitle like "A Revealing History of the World's Oldest Profession" and a cover picture of like, a medieval woodcut. Practically screams, "I'm a bit bashful about the whole sex thing, sorry. Here are two things I learned: Yes, there do appear to be hos body painted green, and the bar has a "Quark's Bar" sign.

I went to the website, and it is disappointing, actually: Mary Jane "Bricktop" Jackson. She stabbed any guy who dissed her with her specially made double-stabby knife a blade at each end, like darth maul. There was a man who called her a whore, that's a stabbin'. Then there was a guy who told her and her friends to stop using foul language at the bar they hanging out in, so he got a stabbin'. Then there was this really tall guy like 7 feet , they argued over what direction he might fall after she stabbed him, so she stabbed him to prove she was right he fell forward.

And then this story: After going to prison for a bit for the foul language stabbin', she met prison guard John Miller. John Miller had lost an arm, and replaced it with a iron ball and chain!!! One day, Mr Miller thought he should show Bricktop who's boss by whippin' her. Bricktop took control of the whip and started whippin' his ass. When he tried to hit her with his mace arm, she grabbed it!

Then he tried to stab her, but come on. She went to jail, but only served a few months of her sentence until the civil war broke out, then I guess I governor of Louisiana was like, fuck it, and let 'em all out. And she was never heard from again. Jun 15, Mary rated it it was amazing. Maybe I'm biased, but I think this book is smart, funny and incredibly empathetic to the peculiar history of sex work.

I couldn't say it better than this Amazon reviewer did: In this profound, concise and witty book, you can learn about all types of strumpets, trollops, hussies, and harlots from all over the world.. It's like a hilarious cliff notes to the Encyclopedia o Maybe I'm biased, but I think this book is smart, funny and incredibly empathetic to the peculiar history of sex work.

It's like a hilarious cliff notes to the Encyclopedia of Escorts I will read it and reference it again. Educate and entertain yourselves, people Dec 19, apparently, rated it it was ok Shelves: The author's morally superior attitude to sex workers throughout the book is insufferable. Hey, if their stories are good enough to use in your book, then you can write about them with respect. Do you want a trashy book about prostitution? This is your best bet.

None of it is PC, so if you're looking for that, run far away. Some of the stuff had me cringing, but I appreciated Smith coming out and saying that I shouldn't look for that.

Because, there is nothing PC in here. And, that's not a bad thing, especially when you're ready for it. Besides, what more can you expect from this book? It's written in a very impersonal way, which is something I don't typically like, but it's not bad. At Do you want a trashy book about prostitution? At times, it was pretty funny with the jokes, but the humor got old fast like usual.

However, this is chock full of information, besides prostitution jokes. This is comprehensive, covering mythical history all the way through modern times. If you want to read about famous prostitutes, this is the book to go with. Although, be warned, it's not PC.

Nor is it in any semblance of historical order. Just a complete jumble of time periods. Jul 03, Elizabeth rated it it was amazing. When it comes to transl Tyler Stoddard Smith: When it comes to translating dry, historical, or biographical material into rich, mirth-filled nuggets of prose, Smith is at his best. Whore Stories is outrageous, intelligent, and very funny.

It turns out that whores are regular people, too—and many irregular, especially famous people once whored themselves out to get where they are. So, too, there are the Hollywood whores: Thirteen women have won Oscars for playing prostitutes. Smith covers all types of whores in his raucous compendium of what can happen when money is charged for sex. This is why I have such awe of stand-up comedy. In his inimitable style, Smith works by conducting deep research usually on Google, especially Google books, he says , then incorporating this serious, historical, philosophical and cultural background into his writings—while ripping on the geniuses who spread big thoughts and created these lasting, iconic impressions.

Those jarring juxtapositions, and the absurdity of the situations Smith imagines give life to his unique writing voice. This is exactly what you get when you deal with the Moroccans, Ralphie! Smith admits that his encyclopedic interests and wide-ranging reading habit help him to create his own humorous works his stories have been featured in: He is also a regular contributor at the literary Web site, The Nervous Breakdown and an associate editor of the online humor site, The Big Jewel.

I find an interesting topic or premise, then I try to hitch it to something ostensibly incompatible and see if it moves. He even has a web series called Cody Gambol. Fiction and nonfiction kind of covers the spectrum, so that was discouraging. This is something for Steven Pinker, not me. Of course, the only thing funnier is ignoring the fact that someone died on the toilet. Feb 27, Julia rated it really liked it Shelves: Perfect for someone with a horribly short attention span like me.

Enjoyable read, although nothing groundbreaking. Not so enjoyable is the use of the word "tranny". Jun 19, Randall rated it it was amazing. This is a wonderful book that has been very poorly represented by the publisher. It is "historical" in the sense that it consists of a hundred or so short, essentially accurate, biographies of prostitutes, madams, pimps and "rent boys," spanning some three thousand years and reflecting a wide variety of cultures, both East and West.

But it is also, and primarily, an extremely funny, clever and sophisticated in a completely unpretentious way collection of colorful essays about the human conditi This is a wonderful book that has been very poorly represented by the publisher. But it is also, and primarily, an extremely funny, clever and sophisticated in a completely unpretentious way collection of colorful essays about the human condition. Sadly, however, a prospective buyer would never know this from the Adams Media "blurb," which is, quite simply, awful.

The marketing division at AM should be ashamed of itself. Of the various reviews of the book that I have seen so far, the best description is on the Amazon. Here is what he or she says that rings particularly true: But the book is relentlessly funny--often laugh-out-loud funny. Whore Stories is seldom overtly political. Now and then Smith is content to tell an interesting story without poking fun at anyone, but even in these cases he is a master at setting his stories up and ending them with clever one-liners check out in particular the pieces on Cary Grant and Maya Angelou--yes, that Cary Grant and that Maya Angelou.

The book is crammed with all sorts of literary and historical allusions, pop-culture references and good old-fashioned trivia. Sep 05, Laura rated it liked it Shelves: Completely on a whim I entered the Goodreads First Reads contest and, of course, won a copy.

I felt obliged to give it a try, especially since the author included a lovely little note and autographed the book and everything. So, blushing madly, I started the read. The book is composed entirely of little 1 to 2 page mini-biographies of famous ho's. It's completely humorous in nature, and not too naughty though I wouldn't exactly feel comfortable going out to tea with the bishop after reading it.

I'm clearly not in the target market for this book i. I especially enjoyed how I was able to apply my university theatre coursework to it. Many early theatre folk were essentially prostitutes, so I sat up and paid attention to all the bits that mentioned Moliere, Racine, Sturm und Drang, etc.

I enjoyed this book far more for the author's wry writing style and its historical theatre references than for its subject matter, so I really can't speak for its whorishness. All I can say is that if Tyler Stoddard Smith wrote another book on a more wholesome topic, I would certainly give it a try. Readers should know that this is primarily a humor book, not a "history" one--at least not in the conventional sense. It's a bunch of basically accurate biographies, most of which are funny, and all of which are cleverly written.

The title of the book is misleading. It should be something like "Whore Stories: The publisher's description of the book on various websites and on the back cover is pretty worthless, but the b Readers should know that this is primarily a humor book, not a "history" one--at least not in the conventional sense. The publisher's description of the book on various websites and on the back cover is pretty worthless, but the book itself is a great read. It's not only funny, it's also sophisticated, with lots of philosophical and literary in-jokes.

There are no "stupid" jokes in it, and the book doesn't "belittle" anyone at least not anyone whose behavior hasn't already belittled them. Let's loosen up a bit here.

Facts are facts and funny is funny. May 30, Carter rated it really liked it. This book was a quick read, very entertaining. Tyler Stoddard Smith's writing style is characterized by witty humor and intellect. He is direct and keeps the entries for each person short and to-the-point. But don't think this means the content is lacking.

Quite the opposite, Smith made sure to include only the most interesting, fascinating, bizarre, and sometimes squeamish details of each person's story. It was a very enjoyable read and I'd recommend it to anyone looking for something out of th This book was a quick read, very entertaining.

It was a very enjoyable read and I'd recommend it to anyone looking for something out of the ordinary and yet depicting so much of human history and behavior at the same time. Sep 13, BookOfCinz rated it liked it Shelves: Chasing After the Wanted Smile - Me? S world me, only me - me, only me M.

Me , And My World: Me , I , and Myself. And I - Karin. D - yulinka P: D - veronika xD me and my fuking life Me and my funny life - Just Nicky me and my heart - me and my heart me and my heart - me and my heart! Me and My Life ; - chen ; me and my life: Me and my Life: Gal me and my life: D me and my life [: Me and My Life: Me and my life. ME and other things - Netta: Me and the keyboard - Me and the keyboard me and the life - solo yo me and the life: Me Myself and I. I - DafnOosh me n my life - mayushie!

The world - Ms. Me, my life- and all around it. Sivan me, myself and I - just do it babe me, myself and i - it's me:

סיפורי פורנו זונה מקצועית Especially with a subtitl I don't know why, but when I first picked up this book I thought it was going to be one of those dryish intellectual histories about sex which seem to זונות שמנות הערצת רגליים like. Nor is it in any semblance of historical order. No trivia or quizzes. Smith admits that his encyclopedic interests and wide-ranging reading habit help him to create his own humorous works his stories have been featured in: Lists with This Book. Smith takes us on a rapid and extremely סיפורי פורנו זונה מקצועית look at often serious moments in history involving the frequently beyond strange world of the professional "sex worker" he even gives us the origin of this modern euphemism. Well organized bibliography separated by 'whore.

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