But, it truly is a very, very enjoyable and quick read.It circulated in my office and it had everyone laughing and telling their own bad experiences and thinking perhaps they'd have done better if they had the advice the 3 authors offer very freely in the book.I spotted this at a garage sale, and thought it would be a laugh, which it totally is. There is a good chance that some of the content will never be used by me in real life. I actually would not mind reading the rest of the books in this series.
Collecting hundreds of the best of the worst dating and sex scenarios from across the 27-book series—and featuring dozens of new entries—this bedside bible of illustrated, expert advice on romantic and not-so-romantic disasters will keep readers amused and safe in equal measure.
Also including an appendix of pickup lines to avoid (or use), handy excuses, guide to body language, an "It's Not You, It's Me" letter template, and more.
Even more hilarious is how COMPLETELY useful it is.
I now know how to tell if I'm on a date with man or a woman, how to escape from a bathroom, how to disguise myself if I have to escape a date, and how to remove a bra. They also trod into my territory in that I still plan on writing a book on how to have a prop I'm completely saving this book for Falon, once she starts dating. Some of the stuff you get in this book is more amusing than helpful.
Topics include (but are not limited to) how to spot fakes (breasts, toupees), how to fake an orgasm (not recommended--by me or the book), what to do if you can't remember the name of the person you wake up next to, how to ditch your date, what to do if don't have enough money to pay the bill, and how to successfully have an affair. I'm completely saving this book for Falon, once she starts dating.