Sex, Dice and Gamer Chicks Paperback – 27 Jul 2010
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The funniest gaming book of the year! When Jonny Nexus (The Jonny Nexus Experience and Game Night) and James Desborough (The Munchkin's Guide to Power Gaming) come together to cast an irreverant eye on gamers, expect weirdness and much hilarity! Sex, Dice and Gamer Chicks casts an introspective and irreverent eye onto gamers themselves. Just what drives a rules lawyer? What are the secrets to fame, success and riches as an all-star games designer? Are female gamers weird? These questions and many others are ignored as Sex, Dice and Gamer Chicks tweaks and teases apart the very fabric of gaming and those who call themselves gamers. Written by James Desborough and Jonny Nexus, both World-class Gaming Personalities themselves, Sex, Dice and Gamer Chicks will have you in stitches from beginning to end! Essential reading for gamers, gamer spouses, gamer family members and gamer widows - provided they have a sense of humour
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What makes the "humor" even less charming is how the most of the book goes back and forth between a sad attempt jokes to being downright cruel, misogynistic, and mean. Women game to meet guys and will sleep their way around the table like some kind of dice rolling Yoko. It's a bummer that fat chicks game. Women don't fight unless it's in oil.
Guys don't get off that easy either. Men are portrayed as anti-social, basement dwelling, neckbeards who would one day like to touch a women, but don't realize that real ladies aren't like the ones in the gaming books.
I am a gamer and there are many many funny and interesting observations to be made about the gaming culture, maybe someday someone will write that book. This is not that book. I wish I could burn my Kindle.