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Reviewed by Grant Leishman for Readers' Favorite
The Harley Rider’s Book of Bad Boy Humor (For Adults Only) by Butch and Louie is an irreverent, farcical and at times downright hilarious collection of impressions, thoughts, and life stories that highlight, ridicule, and question some of society’s most sacred cows, especially as they might apply in America. The two authors are proud Harley-riding, one assumes slightly right-wing but not offensively so, politically incorrect individuals, who seek to shine a light on such topics as cancel culture, cosmetic surgery, exercise, the Green New Deal, differing social mores in the different U.S. States, social media, and being totally up-to-date and relevant. There are many vignettes in this collection that cover Covid-19, its handling, its effect on society across the US and, of course, its potential solution – vaccination. Interspersed with the social commentary on people’s gullibility, stupidity, or downright ignorance is a thread of life tales that either piqued the authors’ interests, or provide an insight into the idea that people are people wherever they come from and crassness, weirdness, and downright oddness is not something Americans alone can be pointed at for.
The Harley Rider’s Book of Bad Boy Humor (For Adults Only) is exactly what its title says. It is a road trip for the mind, the imagination, and the “funny bone”. Good comedy is extremely hard to write and whether you agree or not with Butch and Louie’s darkly funny insights into life, you will have to agree they are genuinely funny and for that the authors have achieved their goal, to make you laugh, and kudos to them for that. As with any collection, there are some slices of life that struck me as pure genius and one in particular that elicited a deep belly laugh. A Better World Through Plastics genuinely had me leaning forward and clutching my stomach in hilarity. I thought Chew Toys and a couple of other stories were fantastically cutting in their analysis of what motivates consumer spending in certain areas and who really benefits from stuff like cosmetic surgery or life-prolonging surgery for terminally ill pets. There are just so many stories in this collection (around 45) that I can only scratch the surface here. If you want something to lift you out of your quarantine funk and put a grin on your face, I can highly recommend this read.