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It's A Boy! Skinny Bitch Gives Birth To A Healthy Skinny Bastard

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picture-12First there was plain old Skinny Bitch. But she got kinda hungry and Skinny Bitch went In the Kitch. Then bitch got knocked up and Skinny Bitch Bun in the Oven was created. Well turns out it was a boy! Ladies and Gentleman I am thrilled to introduce you to Skinny Bastard: a Kick in the Ass for Real Men Who Want to Stop Being Fat and Start Getting Buff. 

If you didn’t figure it out from my fancy word play, Skinny Bastard is the latest book from Rory Freedman and Kim Barnouin — the creators of the mega-successful, mega-world-changing Skinny Bitch franchise. 

Because I’m kind of a big deal (people know me — I have many (faux) leather-bound books), I was lucky enough to get a copy before the rest of the world meets the bastard on May 1st, and let me tell you: YOU WANT TO BUY THIS BOOK!!

Never afraid to preach the hard-hitting truth, Skinny Bastard breaks it down hardcore for all the dudes out there on subjects ranging from how the dairy industry ruins everything to why meat is the biggest party-pooper of them all! 

By the time you’re done reading this book you’ll be motivated to drop that greasy burger and get your life on track! Yep, you heard it here: Ecorazzi officially endorses Skinny Bastard. We think it’s just grand! 

Skinny Bastard hits the shelf on May 1st, but we highly recommend you pre-order it NOW!

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