How to Score Girlsby John Walker
This is the "Shy Guy's Guide" to scoring a date (and maybe more). This book was originally written in the “boogy down” year of 1974 - right in the middle of the 1970’s when the dating scene finally broke free from the restrictions of the “Ozzie & Harriet” 1950’s and the unwashed “Love Bead” 1960’s. But it… See more details below
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This is the "Shy Guy's Guide" to scoring a date (and maybe more). This book was originally written in the “boogy down” year of 1974 - right in the middle of the 1970’s when the dating scene finally broke free from the restrictions of the “Ozzie & Harriet” 1950’s and the unwashed “Love Bead” 1960’s. But it has stood the test of time and is still the definitive guide to approaching women!
Yes, there are clichés in this book right up there with “Saturday Night Fever”, gold chains, shirts unbuttoned to your naval and Angel’s Flight polyester suits. But happily for you, the techniques work even better now because both sexes are more open to the concepts included in this book!
Please note that this was written back when women were just breaking out of doing laundry while wearing aprons and pearls and being something other than secretaries. So yeah, this book will be considered major league “sexist” because of how it describes women and its focus on getting one into bed. But remember when it was written and how roles have changed.
I also know the topics are NOT politically correct but they work and righteous indignation will NOT change the chemistry between men and women and how we each live in our “roles”.
So if the content offends you, stop reading. Write your own book and share your own story. This is mine and I stand by it.
So “lighten up” and read to see if there is something that can help you make today’s dating scene more successful for you and help you "score" the girl(s) of your dreams.Author Profile:
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