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Fine Art of Flirting

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  • Anonymous

    Posted August 27, 2000

    Obsessive use of 'Flirtatious'

    If you don't know how to say flirtatious, you sure will after reading this book. You'll be tempted to say it after you have gone through over thousand of it page after page. Let's not to be off-track, having just finish this book today(8/27/00), I learn not about how I can flirt, but a whole book as an example for the defination on 'What is FLIRTING?(Joyce Jillson's dictionary)'. Okay, even though I can't find my objective 'Learning to Flirt' from this book, the worst is yet to come...Joyce is the greediest author. Even though this book is intended to be read by women, she boarden her audience to include men as well. Here's what causes the problem, pages after pages, she flip between saying 'he,him,his' with 'she, her' even though she should stick 'he' for one example and then 'her' for the next. Well, though spent $11(or $11.91 + tax) isn't much, the upsetting thing is 'I don't benefit from having this book.' Not a bit!

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