So I still have mine on my shelf. I also read it from time to time...
That's my book. -Rick
Is baby making in this novel?
@EnthusiasticShorts, sadly no
@Spider Repellent, I need to find a different book then.
@EnthusiasticShorts, may I recommend kamasutra? I never read it but I hear it's quite lovely.
@Spider Repellent, joy of sex.....bring a razor
@Cabbage Stall Guy, .......why would I need a razor......oh dear.
Maybe the African American community should read this book
@Fetusmuncher, you used politicaly correct words for a possibly racist comment
@Fetusmuncher, wow I'm offensive and I find this extremely Black
@bloodyteddybears, i truly dont care about being politicaly correct
@Spikeup12, I don't want to start anything, but is black politically correct because what if they're from Jamaica. I mean they're still black, but they are African American?
@Captain Britain, oh okay thank you. And then what about when you're talking about the difference between the white African Americans and the black African Americans cuz they had Dutch colonies? Sorry if I'm bothering you I'm just trying to learn.
@bloodyteddybears, in that case they'd either Caribbean or Afro-Caribbean
@Captain Britain, okay well thank you Captain Britain. I salute you!
@bloodyteddybears, I'm not too sure about that one, and no you're not bothering me, it's always interesting to see describe their nationality and ethnicity
@bloodyteddybears, just doing my duty *salutes back*
@Uncle Nipple, I see what you did there
@Captain Britain, salute black*
@bloodyteddybears, The government uses black so it is politically correct to call African Americans black.
@CriTiKa1, oh okay thank you
At first, nostalgia, but then dyslexia kicked in and I now feel the need to throw a shoe at Miley Cyrus!
@Cabbage Stall Guy, don't we all?
I loved that book....
How it Works, on the History channel. Based on David Macaulay's "The away Things Work"
It never told me anything on women
Oh, I can quench your curiosity alright.
I had a big book with a bunch of random science questions. I think it was called "The Big Book of Tell Me Why". The only question I remember from it was "Why is pee yellow?" I forgot the answer.
I have this and love it it was what made me want to go into Mechanics!
I HAVE THIS BOOK. it taught me to tie a tie.
This book was about 30% of my childhood.
I um.. Used to bring this to school in 5th grade.. And read it. I love this book.
The way things work. Pg. 69, If you know what I mean((;
Dude I still have that book...
Oh god.... Reading :(
@Uncomfortable Junk, but you still read in wikipedia
@Uncomfortable Junk, isnt that what you do on Wikipedia anyway?
@BaconBait, I meant more about reading an actual book. The internet doesn't count lol
I still have this book somewhere
Don't forget the new way things work! Friggin computers man
I saw the movie but I never read the book.
I owned this
OMG, I totally remember reading this book. Oh the memories!...
All I had was the Anarchist's Cookbook :(
Really? You people are arguing on funny pics?!?!?! GET FREAKIN LIVES!
This was my favorite book growing up. With all the mammoths!