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Still a Nice Guy
     

Still a Nice Guy

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by Phil Torcivia
 

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Dating is a humorous struggle for a recently divorced man who has no clue what women want.

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Dating is a humorous struggle for a recently divorced man who has no clue what women want.

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Blog - Gladys MightierSword
Um forget laughing out loud, how about laughing your A** off?? Regardless of the fact that I'm female, I found this book hilarious and totally relate-able. Not to mention the fact that I'm pretty sure I know the "guy" from the first story. "Still A Nice Guy" is so full of laughs it should come with one of those "Do not take while ingesting alcohol" stickers that come with certain prescriptions, only it should specify any liquids period because you'll be laughing so hard ...

Product Details

BN ID:
2940011802065
Publisher:
CreateSpace
Publication date:
04/16/2010
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
Pages:
324
File size:
5 MB

Meet the Author

Torcivia is a divorced man who transplanted himself from Pennsylvania into the treacherous dating pool in Southern California. His feline companions, Syd and Symon, share his home in San Diego and an occasional dish of leftover tuna. Torcivia loves nothing better than bellying up to the bar with his favorite social lubrication (wine) and watching the bizarre mating rituals of the locals, which he translates into humorous essays. He has been single long enough to be involved in a few train-wrecks of his own, admitting that he's "one relationship disaster away from a third cat."

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Still a Nice Guy 4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 5 reviews.
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PhilTorcivia More than 1 year ago
This is my second child, slightly under one pound but mildly painful to birth. The episiotomy helped but I'm only recently returning to fibrous foods. This book is silly, rude, and enlightening, especially for women who want to know why their men act like they are brain-damaged. I'm close to fifty and have no idea how to maintain a stable relationship without alcohol, ear buds, and a large credit limit. Please read this book and become a fan at http://facebook.com/SuchaNiceGuy and follow my struggles on http://twitter.com/PhilTorcivia ... Cheers!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
The content seemed to be very rambling and disconnected.