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NATIONAL LAMPOON'S BIG BOOK OF LOVE (Hardcover) (Feb 2004)

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NATIONAL LAMPOON'S BIG BOOK OF LOVE (Hardcover)
ISBN: 1590710185
7 Feb 2004
$19.95
National Lampoon/Rugged Land

Book (288 pages)
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George Pérez/various
George Pérez/various
PJ O'Rourke

Reprinting NATIONAL LAMPOON vol 2, #8's "How to Drive Fast on Drugs While Getting Your Wing-Wang Squeezed and Not Spill Your Drink" by PJ O'Rourke and George Pérez (illustration). Entire article can be read here: www.nationallampoon.com/../02_howto.asp, thanks to Joe Wolfe
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    NATIONAL LAMPOON'S BIG BOOK OF LOVE (Hardcover) (Feb 2004)



     January 19, 2004 | Lampoon's Big Book of Love
    From Joe Wolfe

    I know George Perez did a couple illustrations here & there in the late-70s/early-80s for National Lampoon. I was at Quimby's in Chicago and they had a new book, National Lampoon's Big Book of Love. In this book is the Perez illustration that accompanied P.J. O'Rourke's essay, "How to Drive Fast on Drugs While Getting Your Wing-Wang Squeezed and Not Spill Your Drink," from 1979. In following up on this in a Yahoo! search, I found the article along with multiple uses of Perez's contribution to the article.

    www.nationallampoon.com/../02_howto.asp

    (Vu: On the same website, they also have another George Pérez piece: ACTION GOLF Nine Holes of Hoopla, written by John Hughes. Warning: the art and article is a little adult, so link with caution.)




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