Books: So Sue Me, Jackass!

so_sue_me_jackassSo Sue Me, Jackass! is on sale everywhere starting today

You know all those questions that you really want to ask when you meet a lawyer at a cocktail party? But you restrain yourself because you figure it’s not polite to ask a complete stranger whether you could get sued if you broke someone’s penis during sex. Well, our friend Robin Epstein and her sister Amy Epstein Feldman have written a book to save you the embarrassment: So Sue Me, Jackass! Avoiding Legal Pitfalls That Can Come Back to Bite You at Work, at Home, and at Play. “At Play” being our favorite topic, of course — like, who gets to keep the ring in a broken engagement? Are you really “common law married” if you live together for seven years? Can you claim temporary insanity and get out of your marriage if you were drunk when you said “I do”? And why the hell do mattresses have tags that say “Do not remove under penalty of law”? Anyway, about that broken penis…

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  1. mainly your fault for not being honest.doesn’t mean he’s not a good lover but most women do not orgasm during intercourse.

  2. Have always faked orgasm with my ex. otherwise he would go on and on. Not at all a good lover, it was always about him. Finally told him no more sex cause I didn’t come. so That’s why he is my ex.

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