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Posted January 28, 2013
Those Naughty Tricks!
The title of this book is hilarious. I was merely reading this one out of curiosity because I wanted to know a few of the 'tricks' he promised
so that I could determine whether they would work in reality or not. I often wonder with these 'how to' books if the writer has ever tested
the advice with success. The pranks were hilarious but the truth is I would fall for most of them since they are so innocent. I'd be flashing
men my 'hills' and my other tasty bits without knowing it and I am pretty sure that I have fallen for some of these tricks in the past.
You will be very interested in the inventive ways that Stephen has come up with to get a girl to show the goods. It makes me wonder just
how much of a dirty mind he really has. The tricks are not creepy or offensive but you must ensure that the female you are trying it on is
not a total stranger because that can get you into serious trouble if they figure out what you are doing.
As a married woman, I would definitely appreciate the effort from my husband to sneak a peek whenever he can. I am not an exhibitionist
but I do feel good when my husband acts as though my body is the divine food of the Gods. Their is something just so exhilarating about
having our man still lust after you even though you are married and he could very well see you naked whenever he wants to. Women like
to feel appreciated not just for their minds but their bodies as well. I have a'fiercely real' body as Tyra Banks would called it and
sometimes I tend to feel self-conscious about it. But thankfully I have a husband that appreciate my voluptuous curves.
In the beginning Stephen addresses all who would benefit from reading the book and that ranged from unmarried couples to those
locked into the contract. The book is very cheeky and full of humor. There is no reading into the text, its just light and fun. I think that was
Stephens intent anyway. I can't see anyone being offended by the text.He more or less gives you a list of tricks to try out on your partner.
The seductive element I think will depend on how well the user implements these ideas. You will have to take in consideration your
timing, the setting, your mates attitude etc before you try out these suggestions. There is about one degree of difficulty that can either get
you blown off or just down right 'blown'.
He addresses that desire and longing for men to view their female partners in full nudity. I can't vouch for that truth because no matter
how much I parade about the room in sexy lingerie for my husband, he still ends up just tearing it apart barely able to recall the color the
Maybe he could have celebrated the physical attributes of the female form a little more, for example discuss what it is exactly about the
body that sends a mans member into full alert. I would have liked to know that for personal reasons. This was interesting!
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Posted February 19, 2013
Most girls know all the common tricks guys pull just to look peek at their boobs and whatnots. This book shares some very new and original ways on how to oh- so- casually peek without looking like a pervert. The thing with arousal is that you don’t necessarily have to do anything or touch anything to enjoy it. Sometimes, viewing is just as stimulating.
I happened to read this book on my cousin’s eBook library. At first, I found it funny that he would need tips to do something so common to adolescents. When I read a few pages of the book, it made a lot of sense. The instructions and tips are really helpful and well written. It’s detailed without being too heavy.
This would probably make for the best graduation or birthday gift for your male classmate or cousin. Either he would get a good laugh out of this book or he’ll enjoy it and practice it soon.
The book is well written, well worded and tasteful. It doesn’t sound raunchy or perverted. It doesn’t sound cheap or creepy at all. Just make sure to practice safe glances at a distance. You can even practice this on your girlfriend. That way, if she does catch you, she’ll only be more flattered that you’d go through all that effort to check her out.
Stephen Williams has done it again with this book (Undress a Girl: Learn Tricks to have Some Peeks). Personally, I think some of the tricks would work on me. They’re subtle enough that if you’re not paying close attention, you’ll hardly know he’s even peeking at all!
Posted February 14, 2013
I am female and even with taking that in mind; I still enjoyed this book…even though I am straight. I took it up in mind to read through the book and then pass it over to my partner. He likes when I show him these things because he always likes learning about things that I like.
This book is simply written and to the point. And, as usual with Stephen Williams and his books, the information that was given was good and noteworthy. I liked the fact that although I am a woman I was not turned off by the information in the book. This I find to be a very good thing and it speaks to the universality of the information that is in the book.
I think that Undress A Girl: Learn The Tricks To Have Some Peeks by Stephen Williams is one of the books that more men should read. Some men just don’t know what they are doing wrong or just don’t know how to woo a woman…or even turn her on. You don’t have to touch a girl to make her feel sexy and you don’t have to stare at her boobs all the time...even though you may want to. There are neat ways to do things.
I think this book may help some men with that.
Posted November 21, 2012
Many years ago, while in the throes of adolescence, I remember having a crush on a girl named Patty. (Excuse me---Patricia.) She was a cute little thing: blond hair, glasses, cute smile as only a fourteen-year-old girl could present. She and I shared the same English and social studies classes. I remember I sat about four rows in front of her, and I was always craning my neck around at every opportunity to catch a glimpse of her and to see if her cute little smile would break out if she happened to catch my eye.
I was absolutely smitten with this Polish-American beauty. (Well, beauty as can be best evaluated by my hormone-laden young male heterosexual perspective.)
Eventually, after pining for her affections over the course of two years, I screwed up the courage to call her up one summer afternoon in 1984 to ask her out on a date. (A date? What, pray tell, constituted a date in a fourteen-year-old boy's mind? Pizza and a make-out session? Atari video games? Reading Mad magazines? Pfft.)
Well, the object of my affection answered on the third or fourth ring (remember, this was before iPhones and email were even a thought), and in a quavering voice, I asked her out. She mentioned something about having to cook dinner for her parents and then told me she liked another kid in our class named Mark.
I must have mumbled some sort of a "thanks, anyway" and hung up. Talk about a major letdown. Yet in retrospect, it was but one bump on my life journey in the world of relationships and the varying degrees of intensity and intimacy that have been integral in my own love life.
If only the vagarities of relationships and other levels of unrequited and realized love came with foolproof instructions!
All these years later, my own sense and understanding of the complex human situation known as love and intimacy is still being molded. In the world of Russ (limited as it is), each new relationship starts with a tabula rasa (blank slate) upon which all subsequent mutual and personal experiences are recorded. Stephen Williams has written a book entitled "Undress a Girl: Learn the Tricks to Have Some Peeks," which addresses the intense physical longing that men have for their partner at the start of a new relationship. Williams asserts that, in order for a man to be able to view "her coveted assets the fun way," he would be wise to commit several different approaches to memory in order to make her feel safe and comfortable enough to be naked before him.
But what exactly does that mean?
This is where Williams gets slightly vague. He does place a high level of emphasis in "Tricks" upon the woman's physical attributes; this is the nakedness that is obvious and generally at the forefront of most mens' minds. However, it could be construed that being naked could equal being emotionally vulnerable, which, according to most relationship experts and social psychologists, is the crux of establishing a critical emotional and psychological connection with a woman. For any man worth his moral and emotional integrity, having that deeper relationship is part of a woman's core personal belief system. (Most men, on the other hand, have been conditioned to place strong emphasis upon a woman's looks and seem to be psychologically and physiologically hardwired to desire sex on a more visceral and visual level.)
"Tricks" is a well-meaning book, and Williams does make a conscientious effort to put a