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What the Hell Is a Groom and What's He Supposed to Do?

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  • Anonymous

    Posted July 28, 2006

    A definite must-have!

    I gave this to my boyfriend when I knew the ring was coming (it does have a chapter on the proposal). He read it and has even referenced it during our planning process! I also read it prior to giving it to him to let him know I didn't agree with everything it said. The biggest testament to the book is that my fiance passed it along to one of his friends when he got engaged!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted September 25, 2002

    A MUST HAVE!

    An easy and fun read for bride and groom alike. John Mitchell speaks right to the guys as he likens the wedding to an action-packed football game. My fiance was hooked instantly- and believe me brides, you'll enjoy it too. The book also helped referee some of our more sensitive topics (dj vs. band vs. symphony orchestra, who's parents pay for what, etc..) Finally, Mitchell gives a down-to-earth and particularly informative lesson on how to buy a diamond (not to mention the section on "how to propose"). Mitchell is witty and charming while still remaining every bit "a man's man." If you're getting married, you've got to get this book. It is, without a doubt, the best engagement gift on the planet!

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