101 Pick-Up Lines

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Nicholas Wolf, May 4, 2008 - Dating (Social customs) - 40 pages
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"101 Pick-Up Lines" Is a hilarious pocket sized book. It features a list of 101 of the funniest Pick-Up Lines on earth and will leave you laughing. It was written by "God's Gift To Women" Nick Wolf. This book is the single person best friend, once you own it it would come in handy with all relationships. "When In Doubt, Whip It Out" is the motto you can use when you are in need to impress your love. This book is not dedicated to one friend or family member, but For everybody out there who needs a Pick-Up Line. This Book is the single person's best friend. The book price $9.00 with a portion of the proceeds going to The Relay For Life. For more information go to the books website at: www.freewebs.com/101pickuplines
 

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Nick Wolf is the Author of "101 Pick-Up Lines". This history of the book being published was a long journey of hilariousness. It started in about 2004 when Nick was just thinking of some funny Pick-Up Lines and began to make a list. Soon after the list was started it began to grow. Once others heard these Lines, Nick became the laughter and funniest man of the day. Then starting in late 2005 people began suggesting Nick to write a book with these lines. At first his response was a no.... The lines were only meant to be said on occasion. However, after a year of his friends and relatives suggesting to write a book, in 2006 he responded to a person who asked him to write the book," You Know What...FINE! I Will Write A Book Of Pick-Up Lines!". That night Nick started embarking on the long journey of writing his book. Then, in 2007, Nicks book was finally written, edited and ready to get published. After months upon months of research, phone calls, e-mails, and letters, Nick had finally found a publisher for his book, "101 Pick Up Lines". The book was released in 2008.

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