Men Like Bars, Women Don't Have a Penis

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Xlibris Corporation, Oct 17, 2005 - Family & Relationships - 121 pages
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To understand more about this book I suggest reading the Foreword, Preface, About the Author, and Table of Contents on our webpage www.MenLikeBars.com. Here is a brief description: This is an advice book for men and women along with observational chapters that give insight into the mind of a common man. Women write most relationship and advice books; therefore it is fair to assume that this book is the first of its kind written by a real man.

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Relationship book told from the point of view of the usual chauvinistic male. Most of the points are spot on. This book seeks to exploit the differences between how women and men approach dating, sex, sports, dinner, and other social aspects of life. A bit oversimplified, but i found this kindle book a quick humorous read. I gained some knowledge that i suspected but was not sure. For example, women who like cats, or have several of them are basically aloof and narcissistic. Just like a cat will one day greet you and the next ignore you for no apparent reason, many women act the same way. inscrutable. Men are shaved apes who need sex and food pretty much distills most of the book. Although there is a bit on Farts which while amusing does nothing to explain dealing with the opposite sex.
enjoyable and accurate to some degree.
 

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About the author (2005)

Iron Balz is the pen name for two brothers, Matt and John K. Neither of them write for a living, and Men Like Bars, Women Don't Have a Penis is their first book. Matt works in construction while John works in finance. They both live in Northern California, and both play rugby with the Diablo Gaels Rugby Football Club. John is a scrumhalf, while Matt plays fullback. In addition to playing rugby, John writes articles for his website, www.farteaters.com, while Matt likes to fart a lot and enjoys sex with women and himself.

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