How to Lose a Guy in 10 Days: The Universal Don't of Dating by Michele Alexander Jeannie Long Online

How to Lose a Guy in 10 Days: The Universal Don't of Dating
Title : How to Lose a Guy in 10 Days: The Universal Don't of Dating
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ISBN : 9780553380071
Language : English
Format Type : Paperback
Number of Pages : 144

Is your longest-running relationship with the guy who pumps your gas? Are the women on those talk shows who date "men behind bars" starting to make sense? Do the men in your life seem to come with a 10-day expiration date? If so, chances are you already know how to lose a guy. You probably just don't know how you're doing it. Here are some clues: Start calling him your boyIs your longest-running relationship with the guy who pumps your gas? Are the women on those talk shows who date "men behind bars" starting to make sense? Do the men in your life seem to come with a 10-day expiration date? If so, chances are you already know how to lose a guy. You probably just don't know how you're doing it. Here are some clues: Start calling him your boyfriend by the next day. In fact, just call him. Call him again. Don't forget to make him mix a tape with all of "your" songs. And that's just for starters. With this book, you'll learn what not to say and not to do to keep your relationship fresh long after that 10-day expiration date.


How to Lose a Guy in 10 Days: The Universal Don't of Dating Reviews

  • Suzanne

    Quick and funny

  • Kirsten

    This book made me feel like a child. I couldn’t even make it through half of it. This was horrible.

  • Karschtl

    Dies ist ein Buch mit vielen Illustrationen und wenig Text, und daher konnten bei einer Bookcrossing Ladies Night gleich mehrere der anwesenden Damen das Büchlein "lesen". Die Ratschläge, die dort gegeben werden, sind nicht wirklich erleuchtend. Ich frage mich, wie überhaupt jmd für dieses Buch den vollen Preis bezahlt hat. Mit dem Film hat es jedenfalls außer dem Titel nicht viel zu tun.

  • Venkata Rajesh P

    I read the book because i liked the movie. But it was a let-down . Though i was impressed by the pictorial style of telling(It was actually very funny), the book was a series of dont-do principles.Obviously the book didnt have a central story which i generally expect. Watch the movie instead of the book.

  • Kelley

    This book should be given to every 15 year old girl in the world. It would save us all from being "that girl". I have sent this to every one of my single girlfriends any time they even remotely resembled this story. And occasionally I am forced to remind myself that we can all lose our way and slip into being "THAT GIRL". Ugh. It is funny, because it is true. Sigh.

  • Adrienna

    It was a quick read. It was a child-like written book with stick-people in crayons. I thought of the Dummies books, but this is much easier to read hilarious at times too. I also watched the movie of which followed most of the actions in the movie entitled, How to Lose a Guy in 10 Days.

  • Kristi

    This was about a 10 minute read. There is one sentence, with a stick figure drawing, on each page. It's funny enough, but if you've seen the movie they made based off this book, you already have the basic idea.

  • Susanna

    A fun, fast-reading match-figure pictorial. Nevertheless I wouldn't read it when riding the subway in fear of looking like an idiot.

  • Julie Townsend

    Genius!

  • Libby

    My apartment has an excellent shelf of discarded books in the laundry room."After sex, tell him you stopped taking the pill because you thought it was making you fat. Ask him if he agrees."Perfect.

  • Susana

    I saw the movie first then read this book and I must say that I enjoyed the movie more than this but this book also had it's difference from the movie that sets it apart.

  • Jeannie

    Well, duh! I think this book is hilarious! Perfect gift for anyone who struggles with how much is too much when dating!

  • Moataz Ibrahim

    A waste of time, I guess. The movie was much better.

  • FSU Alumni

    Michele Alexander (B.A. '92)