Thursday, April 5, 2012

Review: Dumb Girl Logic: Social Networking Faux Pas by H.R. Highness

Dumb Girl Logic: Social Networking Faux Pas by H.R. Highness
Dumb Girl Logic is defined as a female acting or responding in a manner that defies all sound and sane logic. Dumb Girl Logic: Social Networking Faux Pas will take you through a comedic journey into the social networking world and how it is used by women.
My Thoughts: I'm flat out going to tell you that if you're a girl who doesn't have a sense of humor, don't read this book. I guess you can be a guy without a sense of humor, too. Who am I to discriminate? So, if you're a girl or a guy (perhaps this would be a good time to use the gender neutral "person") who has no sense of humor and can't appreciate a little snark, you should probably steer clear of this book.*

Now, I'm not a big fan of Facebook. In fact, I kind of loathe it. (True story: When Twitter and I run away to consummate are forbidden love, we're not inviting Facebook) This book pretty much illustrates why I can't spend more than 5 minutes at a stretch on it. It covers such hot-button topics as the too-frequent status updater, the TMI status updater and the "let's have a fight with my boyfriend via comments" updater.

H.R. Highness isn't gentle in his rebukes but he's damn funny about it. I wonder if I can slip a copy of this in the inbox of some of those serial updaters.

*In all honesty, you should probably stay away from my blog, too. I've been known to toss the snark around on occasion. Once or twice. It's subtle, though. You probably won't even notice it.

Books in this series
1. Dumb Girl Logic: Social Networking Faux Pas - Kindle
2. Dumb Girl Logic: Relationship Woes

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Dumb Girl Logic was provided by the author in exchange for an honest review.