Life’S Too Short to Date Men Like Me

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iUniverse, Aug 10, 2011 - Humor - 160 pages
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Every woman has either dated a jerk, or knows a friend that has dated one. But avoiding the jerks and attracting a decent man is actually a lot easier than you think. Forget watching reruns of Sex and the City or chatting with your girlfriends late at night. In this guidebook, a self-professed jerk comes straight out, speaks the truth, and systematically explains how to spot, avoid, and say goodbye to jerks; tell if a guy is wasting your time; deal with players hunt for good men (and where to hunt for them). Youll also learn how to avoid common mistakes, such as overrating initial chemistry, inadvertently hurting a mans ego, losing a good guys interest and much more. Full of witty satire and sarcasm. Get ready to laugh out loud with this hilarious anti-game. What people had to say about this book: Hey Willie, this is so entertaining! Ha ha you have a great sense of humor, and your statements are so true! - Denise We all know no one likes a tattletale. Hate the game, not the player. Every girl Tiger slept with knew he was married. Who is worse? - Steve the player That was such an enjoyable and enlightening read. I mean its well written, witty, and one would think some of it is common sense, but sometimes people (i.e. me!) need common sense to slap them in the face! - Cheryl Willie whistle blower has a nice ring to it. You know someones going to kick your butt one day? Good work! A guy Willie no longer parties with I dont understand you. You go through university, build a promising career. Now you quit your job and write this book? Why would you tell the whole world youre an asshole? Willies mom

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Willie Booker graduated from the University of Nottingham with a degree in psychology. He spent most of his career working in the finance industry, and he is now a full-time writer and dating coach.

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