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Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read. Want to Read saving…. Want to Read Currently Reading Read. Refresh and try again. Open Preview See a Problem? Thanks for telling us about the problem. Return to Book Page. Mike and Dave Need Wedding Dates: And a Thousand Cocktails by Mike Stangle ,.

And a Thousand Cocktails 2. Paperback , pages. Published May 19th by Gallery Books first published November 11th To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up. Lists with This Book. Jan 07, Kelly and the Book Boar rated it liked it Shelves: Find all of my reviews at: I requested Mike and Dave from the library after yet Find all of my reviews at: I requested Mike and Dave from the library after yet another damn list of "stuff you should read before it becomes a movie in " came across my Facebook feed.

I figured even if I didn't enjoy the book I'd most definitely enjoy the film. I also requested about eleven hundred and seventy-two NetGalley books at the exact same time so I had zero intention of reading this one until the library demanded I return it. But then I had a crazy day at work and decided to chat it up with my fave gal on the phone and down a few cold ones.

Well, I did until I woke up this morning. What better cure for what ailed me then to read a book about two brothers and their drunken antics, right????

If you aren't familiar with Mike and Dave or why the hell they would ever get a book deal, let me show you how they earned their fifteen minutes. The brothers say with regard to their sudden celebrity. That doesn't make Mike and Dave's stories unfunny, though.

It's a real shame the blurb references Tucker Max , because that dude? While Mike and Dave are shallow and sometimes real examples of pigmen at least they own it and admit the goal of their adventures was "to get weird and maybe have a couple of 'gasms along the way. It was pretty hilarious. It's not all about sex with Mike and Dave either mainly because they seem to be kind of horrible at sealing the deal. They also share some other moments.

Anyway, if you aren't easily offended and want a cheap laugh, this isn't awful. View all 14 comments. Honest disclosure, and maybe a bit of a spoiler: Also, the results of the endeavor are not really discussed other than their 15 minutes of fame - I was expecting a detailed rundown of the wedding dates and events from the wedding in question - this does not happen.

Most of the book is a recounting of raunchy, sex-filled , alcohol and drug fueled adventures the Stangle brothers have been involved in throughout their l Honest disclosure, and maybe a bit of a spoiler: Most of the book is a recounting of raunchy, sex-filled , alcohol and drug fueled adventures the Stangle brothers have been involved in throughout their lives.

While hilarious, I think they are brave in revealing it all as I am sure they are now on a lot of people's s! Also, I am a bit shocked that they have willingly published information that can be used against them in a court of law. If you loved the movie The Hangover, but wish it was times raunchier, if you like stories of people drinking their body weight in tequila, and you are okay with frat boys telling tales where women are nothing more than the objects of their twisted sex fantasies to be exploited in public after committing atrocious acts that would make a porn star blush, then this is a book for you.

If any of the things I just mentioned don't interest you, offend you, or might lead you on a hate filled Twitter rant demanding that the Stangle brothers be banished from the planet earth, I advise you to not read this. View all 6 comments. Mar 07, Juli Woods rated it it was amazing. This book was hilariously offensive. I saw a lot of negative reviews so I was worried when starting it. Once you understand that these guys aren't trying to hurt anyone's feelings, the book is laugh-out-loud funny.

Their stories definitely made me feel better about my questionable life decisions. Jun 24, Ryan rated it did not like it. Aug 12, Brock Eastom rated it really liked it. Mike and Dave Need Wedding Dates was a quick and very funny read! This book is definitely not for the easily offended, and it really relies on offensive comedy and shock factor.

The book worked for me and I found myself laughing throughout. It was extremely funny, but it definitely did not have a running story, it was just a collection of ridiculous true stories from these two man-child brothers. It was a fun read, but it got a little repetitive with the stories, as every story was about their f Mike and Dave Need Wedding Dates was a quick and very funny read!

It was a fun read, but it got a little repetitive with the stories, as every story was about their failed attempt to pick up women, and how they got drunk or stoned. However, I'm not saying it in a judgy way, because it was absolutely hilarious! I just wish there was a little bit more of a story structure to the book or the individual stories themselves. But, if you are looking for a fun, hilarious, offensive, and brainless read, I would definitely give this book a go.

Jan 18, Rachel rated it did not like it. If only I had been waiting for a book by some over-privileged, under-sexed straight white dudes telling women what dudes like and sharing stories of drinking and driving and acting like assholes with pride. Or, as I like to call it, "all fucking day every fucking day.

Jun 08, Dee rated it it was ok Shelves: Nov 22, Jessica rated it did not like it. I only read it because my nephews in the movie. Apr 19, Ryan H rated it really liked it.

I purchased this book after reading a recommendation list. It is filled with spit your drink out, laugh out loud crude humour. It was fantastic and quite frankly unbelievable. Just when you think the laughs are done another absolutely wild story comes from left field.

It is definitely nothing like the movie, the movie actually toned down the stories ten fold. The brothers hold nothing back in this book and after reading it this is definitely how they live their lives.

What makes this listen even I purchased this book after reading a recommendation list. What makes this listen even better is the fact that the brothers themselves narrate the story. It gives a first hand account to the Tom Foolery that has become commonplace in their lives. It is written in almost a rotating nature where one brother would tell a story about the other.

They do an excellent job making you feel like you were actually there during the story. There is not much more to say other than if you are looking for a laugh out loud, ridiculous story that will make you think about all the silly things you did when you were younger, this is it. Or on the flip side of things if you have children around this age then maybe this one will give you nightmares of the things they could be getting up to.

Rotten, funny and at times charming. Be warned this one contains lots of drinking, sexual content, some drug use, foul language and a whole lot of memories! Apr 07, Georgette rated it it was amazing Shelves: Oh yeah, they're assholes all right. And brothers, whose spur-of-the-moment Craigslist ad went viral If you have a moral bone in your body and are easily offended, do NOT pick up this book, it will not make you a happy reader. Those of us who like this sort of book Tucker Max fans will appreciate it , you'll dig.

And you'll dig big. Out in May, Jan 19, Ronna rated it it was ok. This only gets 2 stars for the first 2 chapters. The initial Craigslist thing going viral was amusing, but who the hell thought these 2 man-babies should get a book deal???

They are not quite at the level of douche-bros, but pretty close. Jun 24, Raven rated it it was ok. I was hoping this would be a little more about the actual wedding that said dates were taken to. There's a little of that, but the rest of this boiled down to fart and penis jokes, I'm probably not their key demographic. Dec 02, Lea rated it did not like it. If you think drunk driving is hilarious and not at all morally repugnant then this is the book for you. Extremely hilarious and incredibly crude.

Mike and Dave Stangle sure have it all. I initially picked this up after watching the movie, not quite sure wether it was going to be based off of the movie, or full of wacky tales by these two crazy jerks.

Want to Read saving…. Want to Read Currently Reading Read. Refresh and try again. Open Preview See a Problem? Thanks for telling us about the problem. Return to Book Page.

Mike and Dave Need Wedding Dates: And a Thousand Cocktails by Mike Stangle ,. And a Thousand Cocktails 2. Paperback , pages. Published May 19th by Gallery Books first published November 11th To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up. Lists with This Book. Jan 07, Kelly and the Book Boar rated it liked it Shelves: Find all of my reviews at: I requested Mike and Dave from the library after yet Find all of my reviews at: I requested Mike and Dave from the library after yet another damn list of "stuff you should read before it becomes a movie in " came across my Facebook feed.

I figured even if I didn't enjoy the book I'd most definitely enjoy the film. I also requested about eleven hundred and seventy-two NetGalley books at the exact same time so I had zero intention of reading this one until the library demanded I return it. But then I had a crazy day at work and decided to chat it up with my fave gal on the phone and down a few cold ones. Well, I did until I woke up this morning.

What better cure for what ailed me then to read a book about two brothers and their drunken antics, right???? If you aren't familiar with Mike and Dave or why the hell they would ever get a book deal, let me show you how they earned their fifteen minutes. The brothers say with regard to their sudden celebrity. That doesn't make Mike and Dave's stories unfunny, though.

It's a real shame the blurb references Tucker Max , because that dude? While Mike and Dave are shallow and sometimes real examples of pigmen at least they own it and admit the goal of their adventures was "to get weird and maybe have a couple of 'gasms along the way. It was pretty hilarious. It's not all about sex with Mike and Dave either mainly because they seem to be kind of horrible at sealing the deal.

They also share some other moments. Anyway, if you aren't easily offended and want a cheap laugh, this isn't awful. View all 14 comments.

Honest disclosure, and maybe a bit of a spoiler: Also, the results of the endeavor are not really discussed other than their 15 minutes of fame - I was expecting a detailed rundown of the wedding dates and events from the wedding in question - this does not happen. Most of the book is a recounting of raunchy, sex-filled , alcohol and drug fueled adventures the Stangle brothers have been involved in throughout their l Honest disclosure, and maybe a bit of a spoiler: Most of the book is a recounting of raunchy, sex-filled , alcohol and drug fueled adventures the Stangle brothers have been involved in throughout their lives.

While hilarious, I think they are brave in revealing it all as I am sure they are now on a lot of people's s! Also, I am a bit shocked that they have willingly published information that can be used against them in a court of law. If you loved the movie The Hangover, but wish it was times raunchier, if you like stories of people drinking their body weight in tequila, and you are okay with frat boys telling tales where women are nothing more than the objects of their twisted sex fantasies to be exploited in public after committing atrocious acts that would make a porn star blush, then this is a book for you.

If any of the things I just mentioned don't interest you, offend you, or might lead you on a hate filled Twitter rant demanding that the Stangle brothers be banished from the planet earth, I advise you to not read this. View all 6 comments. Mar 07, Juli Woods rated it it was amazing. This book was hilariously offensive. I saw a lot of negative reviews so I was worried when starting it. Once you understand that these guys aren't trying to hurt anyone's feelings, the book is laugh-out-loud funny.

Their stories definitely made me feel better about my questionable life decisions. Jun 24, Ryan rated it did not like it. Aug 12, Brock Eastom rated it really liked it. Mike and Dave Need Wedding Dates was a quick and very funny read! This book is definitely not for the easily offended, and it really relies on offensive comedy and shock factor. The book worked for me and I found myself laughing throughout. It was extremely funny, but it definitely did not have a running story, it was just a collection of ridiculous true stories from these two man-child brothers.

It was a fun read, but it got a little repetitive with the stories, as every story was about their f Mike and Dave Need Wedding Dates was a quick and very funny read! It was a fun read, but it got a little repetitive with the stories, as every story was about their failed attempt to pick up women, and how they got drunk or stoned. However, I'm not saying it in a judgy way, because it was absolutely hilarious! I just wish there was a little bit more of a story structure to the book or the individual stories themselves.

But, if you are looking for a fun, hilarious, offensive, and brainless read, I would definitely give this book a go. Jan 18, Rachel rated it did not like it. If only I had been waiting for a book by some over-privileged, under-sexed straight white dudes telling women what dudes like and sharing stories of drinking and driving and acting like assholes with pride.

Or, as I like to call it, "all fucking day every fucking day. Jun 08, Dee rated it it was ok Shelves: Nov 22, Jessica rated it did not like it. I only read it because my nephews in the movie. Apr 19, Ryan H rated it really liked it. I purchased this book after reading a recommendation list. It is filled with spit your drink out, laugh out loud crude humour. It was fantastic and quite frankly unbelievable. Just when you think the laughs are done another absolutely wild story comes from left field.

It is definitely nothing like the movie, the movie actually toned down the stories ten fold. The brothers hold nothing back in this book and after reading it this is definitely how they live their lives.

What makes this listen even I purchased this book after reading a recommendation list. What makes this listen even better is the fact that the brothers themselves narrate the story. It gives a first hand account to the Tom Foolery that has become commonplace in their lives.

It is written in almost a rotating nature where one brother would tell a story about the other. They do an excellent job making you feel like you were actually there during the story. There is not much more to say other than if you are looking for a laugh out loud, ridiculous story that will make you think about all the silly things you did when you were younger, this is it.

Or on the flip side of things if you have children around this age then maybe this one will give you nightmares of the things they could be getting up to. Rotten, funny and at times charming. Be warned this one contains lots of drinking, sexual content, some drug use, foul language and a whole lot of memories!

Apr 07, Georgette rated it it was amazing Shelves: Oh yeah, they're assholes all right. And brothers, whose spur-of-the-moment Craigslist ad went viral If you have a moral bone in your body and are easily offended, do NOT pick up this book, it will not make you a happy reader. Those of us who like this sort of book Tucker Max fans will appreciate it , you'll dig. And you'll dig big. Out in May, Jan 19, Ronna rated it it was ok.

This only gets 2 stars for the first 2 chapters. The initial Craigslist thing going viral was amusing, but who the hell thought these 2 man-babies should get a book deal??? They are not quite at the level of douche-bros, but pretty close. Jun 24, Raven rated it it was ok.

I was hoping this would be a little more about the actual wedding that said dates were taken to. There's a little of that, but the rest of this boiled down to fart and penis jokes, I'm probably not their key demographic. Dec 02, Lea rated it did not like it. If you think drunk driving is hilarious and not at all morally repugnant then this is the book for you.

Extremely hilarious and incredibly crude. Mike and Dave Stangle sure have it all. I initially picked this up after watching the movie, not quite sure wether it was going to be based off of the movie, or full of wacky tales by these two crazy jerks. Of course, it was the latter. The perfect book to read if you are looking for a good laugh, of course though - you need to take these two with a grain of salt.

Asking for wedding gifts via a registry is acceptable, but God forbid someone actually say, hey, actually all we really need is some cash. New towels are fine and dandy, but we'd rather have a new house. The President makes a remark on the Ellen show that can be construed as off-color, and people are up in arms.

Gwyneth Paltrow uses a song title in reference to some friends on vacation, and the masses demand an apology. We should all make a vow to stop thinking about ourselves so much. Your cousin did not mean to offend you by writing Mr. Steve Hanson on your invitation. She knows you are your own person. She wasn't thinking about you at all. She was thinking about her wallet.

I have this long rant about how there is no such thing as swear words and how I hate it when people tell people not to swear. But as much as I think it's bogus I'd still get my post flagged and taken down if I said a "bad word". I'm all for trying to be polite and respecting people's beliefs about what is and is not appropriate. I get that others may be offended by things that do not bother me, but I try to save being offended for things that are, well, offensive.

I was mildly offended by the fact that those itty bitty bikinis worn by the women in Olympic beach volleyball were actually REQUIRED uniforms - hence the lack of participation from countries where women bother to cover up. Or when people accuse anyone who criticizes the current President of ulterior racism.

Or when my fellow teachers told my students that they really should have more realistic dreams than med school. Not so much when my cousin and her husband asked for honeymoon activities in lieu of eleventeen crockpots. Many people are too easily offended, but that doesn't mean you should throw ettiquette and politeness out the window.

Many examples you cited are where things are taken out of context. The Gwyneth Paltrow thing is a perfect example. Then you have certain people that are up in arms even if she did quote a song title because it uses a word she, as a white woman, cannot be using- no matter what. However, when it comes to weddings- that's a different story.

No, you can't ask for cash. You can have your family and members of the bridal party pass by word of mouth that you are trying to save for a home and that monetary gifts would be very well appreciated. It's not to so your friends can help you buy a house, or go on vacation. Why can't I ask for cash? I am a 48 year old woman with my own household I have had for years whose fiance is a 56 year old man who owns his house which he has been in for 20 years and we do not need furniture, crock pots, pots of any kind, pans, pop corn makers, microwaves, towels, dish sets, glasses, etc.

So why would I want people to waste their money buying things we already pretty much have 2 of? Because someone, somewhere decided it was crass to ask? The Paltrow thing was just an example. I couldn't care less what she says, though according to the news she was clearly not in the wrong. I won't even start on why some words are only acceptable for certain people. The point is, we want to know what people want for their weddings.

It's why we ask for registries. Why on earth should we be offended when they give an honest answer?

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