The Machiavellian's Guide to Womanizingby Nick Casanova
A hilarious, uninhibited look at various tactics men use to seduce women. Strategies include: 16 comments that show you're a sensitive guy, sneaking into her roommate's bedroom after your girlfriend has fallen asleep, posing as a foreigner and many more. Women will find their worst suspicions confirmed!
- Avalon Publishing Group
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- Edition description:
- 1st ed
- Product dimensions:
- 5.43(w) x 8.22(h) x 0.60(d)
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Getting women was never a problem for me, but capturing a bird i mistakingly let out the cage proved to be a great task. I used this book to get my ex-girlfried back its a great tool.
Excellent book. Whether you choose to follow the advice or not, makes a fine addition to your collection
This book is truly amusing. Half the things in it will make you die laughing the other half you've probably done. I gave this book to all my buddies for Christmas and we all agreed someone had been watching us out clubbing. Good for some close to home laughs.
Amazing book. There's a way in and out of every situation within the finely ordered pages of this work of what I've proven to be non-fiction. Throughout the book, said woman is referred to as the target. What else right? It's like deer hunting except that nobody gets shot accidently. Definatley a must have for the boys of the world. Even if you dont have any trouble getting chicks, you cant go wrong with this one. I've stopped going to church in favor of reading a passage from this book every Sunday morning. Because to me, 'The Machiavellian's Guide to Womanizing is my bible.
More than a little truth in even the crudest sections. A masterpiece. The schemes he describes would be difficult for most of us to perform, but not impossible. Truly inspirational.
The book is inadequate as a manual to actually seducing a woman; rather, the book's strength is it's humor, and the greatest joke is on you: that you don't realize how truly desperate you are until one section in the book nauseates you with it's complete lack of moral fiber, but fails to stop you from reading. I wouldn't recommend this as a pick-up guide- few men have the acting ability to pull any of these schemes off- but as an entertaining read for those dateless fridays.