Boyfriend University: Take Advantage of Your Man and Learn While You Can [NOOK Book]

Overview

Boyfriend University is grouped into three parts of campus life and areas of study.

Part One: Getting In and Campus Life covers your freshmen orientation (or introduction) to Boyfriend University. Part One includes chapters on financial topics like How to Shrug off a Loss and How to Deal with Men and Money, counseling services like How to be Daring and Successful without a Man and How to Know If He's a Fixer Upper and Worth Keeping, and leaving...

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Boyfriend University: Take Advantage of Your Man and Learn While You Can

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Overview

Boyfriend University is grouped into three parts of campus life and areas of study.

Part One: Getting In and Campus Life covers your freshmen orientation (or introduction) to Boyfriend University. Part One includes chapters on financial topics like How to Shrug off a Loss and How to Deal with Men and Money, counseling services like How to be Daring and Successful without a Man and How to Know If He's a Fixer Upper and Worth Keeping, and leaving home and living on your own like How to Control a Skid and How to Carve a Turkey.

Part Two: Finding your major divides into chapters on art and cultural studies with sections like The Art of Bluffing and Flattering, How to Drink Cognac, and How to Get a Tattoo You Won't Regret, communication studies with lessons like How to be a Team Player and When to Call a Guy, and How to Feign Interest in Anything, and finally, biology and chemistry with courses on How to Accept Pleasure and When to Sleep with a Guy.

Part Three: Covers extracurricular activities, including sections on traveling abroad with lessons on things like How to Find the North Star and How to Breeze Through Security, and spring break, where you'll learn things like How to Play Beer Pong, How to Plan the Perfect Weekend, and How to Play Poker.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780470475515
  • Publisher: Turner Publishing Co.
  • Publication date: 1/21/2009
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Edition number: 1
  • Pages: 240
  • Sales rank: 591,767
  • File size: 873 KB

Meet the Author

JENNIFER SANDER is the author of Wear More Cashmere and The Martini Diet. She and her work have been featured on CNBC, CNN, The View, USA Today, and other media outlets.

LYNNE ROMINGER is a contributing editor for Sacramento magazine who has written more than 300 feature articles for magazines, newspapers, and Web sites.

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Table of Contents

Part I GETTING IN AND CAMPUS LIFE.

1 An Introduction to Boyfriend University.

2 How to Use This Book and Why You Should.

3 Financial Aid and Administrative Offices.

How to Have a Firm Handshake.

How to Shrug Off a Loss.

How to Make Conservative Investments.

How to Negotiate a Discount on Anything.

How to Reach a Compromise.

How to Stay Organized.

How to Deal with Mergers and Acquisitions.

How to Deal with Men and Loans.

How to Act with Authority.

4 Counseling Services.

How to Feel Daring and Successful without a Man.

How to React to Gunfire.

How to Turn an Ex-Boyfriend into a Friend.

How to Know If He's a Fixer-Upper and Worth Keeping.

How to Know Your Boyfriend University Type: The Quiz.

Where to Meet a Man, Particularly the Right Man.

5 Leaving Home and Living on Your Own.

How to Guess Why Your Car Won't Start.

How to Control a Skid.

How to Jump-Start a Car.

How to Drive a Full-Size Truck.

How to Have the Basic Tools You Need to Fix Anything.

How to Properly Pound a Nail.

How to Fix a Clogged Toilet.

How to Kick In a Door.

How to Make an Easy Pie.

How to Cut an Onion.

How to Carve a Turkey.

How to Slurp an Oyster.

How to Barbecue Anything.

How to Make Killer Spaghetti Sauce.

How to Kill Your Own Food.

Part II FINDING YOUR MAJOR.

6 Art and Cultural Studies.

How to Have Fun.

How to Mix a Martini.

How to Choose a Bottle of Bourbon.

How to Drink Cognac.

How to Bluff and Flatter.

How to Make Any Gift Fraught with Meaning.

How to Wear Men's Clothing (and Why You Should).

How to Procrastinate.

How to Fake Your Way to a Clean House.

How to Talk about Wine without Knowing a Thing about It.

How to Win an Award.

How to Smoke a Cigar.

How to Get a Tattoo You Won't Regret.

7 Communications Studies.

How to Talk about Yourself.

How to Feign Interest in a Much Younger Date.

How to Understand Obscure Literary References.

How to Be a Team Player.

How to Use the NATO Phonetic Alphabet.

How to Get to the Point.

How to Talk about Yourself Again.

How and When to Call Men.

How to Cry Like a Guy: The Crying Game.

8 Biology and Chemistry.

How to Hide Bad Behavior.

How to Accept Pleasure.

When to Sleep with a Guy.

How to Avoid Getting Used in a Relationship.

How to End a Relationship.

How to Peacock: Displaying Your Assets.

How to Check Him Out Like He Checks You Out.

How to Pick Up a Guy.

How to Move from Man to Man in the World of Hookup Dating without Bitterness.

Cheat Sheet: Sex Rules and Information—from Kissing to Foreplay to Fantasies.

Part III EXTRACURRICULARS.

9 Studying Abroad.

How to Breeze through Security.

How to Explore a Foreign City and Find Your Way Back to the Hotel.

How to Fathom a Street Grid.

How to Find the North Star.

10 Spring Break and Summer Vacation.

How to Plan the Perfect Weekend.

How to Pack a Car for a Long Trip.

How to Get Along on the Open Road.

How to Be Brave When Necessary.

How to Know If You Should Pack an Umbrella.

How to Pitch a Tent.

How to Light Up the Sky.

How to Draft a Fantasy Football Team.

How to Play Beer Pong.

How to Play Ultimate Frisbee.

How to Hike to the Top of a Big Mountain.

How to Play Poker.

How to Throw a Punch.

Index.

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