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  • Anonymous

    Posted April 7, 2007

    Male Cosmo writing for AFC

    I watched the author in a TV interview and decided to pick up his book. He's a 40ish part-time comedian, seems like a nice guy, who writes about bad dates and the many mistakes he's made and tried to learn from. Alot of people will recognize things they've seen and done and relive the moments. I'm sure older men will like and be able to relate to this book, but for me it's too generic and outdated for me due to the age difference. On the plus side, everyone loves a bad date story, and he has quite a few about his clumsy moves. Some of the writing and events were pretty funny. On the down side, the advice is beta male innuendos, sort of basic Male Cosmo stuff that is common sense, and definitely not going to change your ability with women. If you're in your twenties, or already do well with women, skip this one. Divorced and forty, it's good to buy for a few laughs. In this genre, check out recommends The Game and Brett Tate's The Professional Bachelor Dating Guide - How to Exploit Her Inner Psycho. The first is a fascinating story about dysfunctional guys picking up women. The latter is a technique book, written by a hilarious nightclub prowling psych doc, and is filled with more effective seduction advice for Alpha Males. As an added bonus, I found the author seriously off the wall, intelligent, and witty. Don't pick and choose, get all 3 books. Their cheap.

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