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Metrosexual Guide to Style: A Handbook for the Modern Man

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  • Anonymous

    Posted April 25, 2005

    Not what you might think....

    I picked this book not but 3 days ago. It took me only one night to read though it all. The book proves itself interesting by not just telling you to remember to moisturize or color cordinate, but rather seems to try and call one away from the couch potato culture that most of this country seems to have doomed itself to. Its calls to self improvement are something I think most people can agree with. Although one doesn't have to take all of the authors specific tastes into account, and one can pick and choose what they like, the content proves itself worthy enough that any man should be able to take something from. Its best gift may not be in telling us what we should be but helping us realize who we are.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 28, 2004

    Unleash your feminine's ok!

    I actually enjoyed this book for several reasons. It pretty much described alot of my attitudes and behaviors (I had no clue there was a term for men like us). A must read for every man who wants/needs to reinvent himself, and move away from the 'neanderthal' lifestyle. Alot of practicable ideas without spending thousands, or getting on one of those embarrasing reality shows (Queer Eye...etc). I've read some recent articles where the metro is actually moving up the career and social ladders much faster than his predecessor (whatever they call him). The reality is, the Metrosexual is the man for the new millenium. This handbook is clear, concise and before you know it, you'll be having coffee with the blonde bombshell you met earlier at the beauty isle, while purchasing moisterizing products.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted June 6, 2004


    The best advice book for men ever.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted December 16, 2003

    It never hurts to raise the bar

    This book offers some great advice on how to behave correctly and how to present yourself. I recommend it. I suggest you get Optimal Thinking--How To be Your Best Self as well, to discover how to be your best and make the most of everything that comes your way.

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