THE ANTI SEX MANUAL - Living The MONO-Sexual Lifestyle! [NOOK Book]

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Mono-Sexuals are not some pathetic dorks, but rather highly attractive, successful, and well-dressed individuals who could have anyone they want –

Which is precisely ...
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THE ANTI SEX MANUAL - Living The MONO-Sexual Lifestyle!

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Overview

Mono-Sexuals are not some pathetic dorks, but rather highly attractive, successful, and well-dressed individuals who could have anyone they want –

Which is precisely why the ONLY person good enough for them is themselves!

In this humorous e-book, Funny Guy provides the latest HANDS-ON techniques for creating self-involved relationships.

So whether you're straight OR gay, you're passé.

Remember The Golden Rule of Mono-Sexuality: Do Unto Yourself As You Would Have Others Do Unto You!

That's right. For once and for all, eliminate the chance of ever being rejected by ANYONE with this amazingly illustrated handbook.
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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940016535708
  • Publisher: The Funny Guy Company
  • Publication date: 6/14/2013
  • Series: FunnyEbooks.com , #2
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Sales rank: 1,072,869
  • File size: 3 MB

Meet the Author

DAVID SAMSON is FUNNYGUY.COM. The author of 47 books, he’s a professional speaker, media personality and advertising creative executive. Random House, Simon & Schuster, St. Martin’s Press, Penguin and other major houses have published his works.

His titles span humor, self-help and celebrity autobiographies. They’ve been seen on David Letterman, The Today Show, Rosie ‘O’ Donnell, Regis and Kathy Lee, The Fox News Network, Entertainment Tonight, Comedy Central, Politically Incorrect, Comedy Central, Geraldo Rivera, Donahue, Larry King, and have been published in England, France, Germany, China, Brazil, etc.

In addition, his books have been featured or he’s been interviewed in People, Cosmopolitan, The New York Daily News, The Chicago Tribune, The Christian Science Monitor, Los Angeles Magazine, American Airlines Magazine, USA Today, The Philadelphia Metro, and The New York Times. He’s also been a frequent guest on many radio shows including top ten markets of ABC, CBS, FOX, Clear Channel, Westwood One, Radio America, and Pacifica Broadcasting.

David has been a creative force at powerhouse agencies such as Saatchi & Saatchi and McCann-Erikson. He was involved with the “Where’s The Beef” campaign for Wendy’s and has created advertising for Toyota, Hilton Hotels, Bausch & Lomb, Diet Coke, Continental Airlines, Master Card, Sharp Electronics, Lifesavers, Century 21 Real Estate, Milton-Bradley, Yoplait Yogurt, The Los Angeles Times, Heineken, Timberland Boots, Mennen, Howard Johnson’s, National Car Rental, Almond Joy, Fancy Feast, Days Inn, Cheerios, Crayola, Lockheed, to name a few.

Now the President of AdVille.com in Los Angeles, he develops websites and marketing strategies in partnership with select companies.

He believes the best years of his life are still BEHIND him!
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  • Anonymous

    Posted July 5, 2014

    Taken By Him: Rebecca (part 2)

    [WARNING: This book contains kid<_>nap, M/F se<_>x, s<_>ex<_>ual tor<_>ture, and adult language. All readers MUST be over 17. (All charecters over the age of 18.) Enjoy the story!] <p> Smoke slowly rose from the trees beyond as Rebecca raced toward it. "This is the answer to everything," she panted softly as the scent of smoke grew stronger. Ever since her only friend Cole vanished, she had been serching for him night after night. The thought of him made her ran faster toward the smoke.<p> After Rebecca found where the smoke was comeing from, she climbed the warehouse's walls so she could look over on the other side. What she had found though was far worse than she had expected.<p> There were at lest two dozen women chained to a wall, gags over their mouths and blind folds covering their eyes. Once in a while a boy would un-chain one and lead her into another room. Rebecca rubbed her eyes and looked harder at the boys. <p> Then she saw them...<p> A faint blue glow was comeing from their eyes, seeming to control them. She had no idea how, but she didn't want to find out. She wanted to find out where Cole was still. <p> As quietly as she could, she snuck in and hid behind some boxes. After a couple of boys walked by, then the coast was clear. Rebecca raced into another room that had a &#20165 on it, hopeing it was empty.<p> As soon as she walked in, she froze.<p> <p> Four boys were standing in a line, their eyes glowing faintly. All of them snapped their attention on her, and at once they pounced. Rebecca was tackled to the ground by two, while the others grabed chains from a box and bound her arms and legs. One boy, the one who had chained her, nodded to the other three. They nodded back and left, leaveing the door open half way. <p>Once they left, the other boy lifted her up off the ground and slung her over his shoulder. "Alpha will be pleased to have another female." His voice wasn't high, but it wasn't that low either. "I'm Cody, by the way. But my number is 67..." he continued. <p> Rebecca was barley listening. She was struggleing againsit his iron grip. Cody may look weak, but he was stronger than he looked. Cody stopped talking as they neared the wall of chained girls. Some stared as he chained Rebecca on the end and watched Cody walk away.<p> to be continued at the next result.

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