Still Hot: The Uncensored Girl's Guide to Divorce, Dating, Sex, Spite, and Happily Ever After

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Running Press, Jun 17, 2009 - Family & Relationships - 144 pages
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One day you log onto the computer and notice that your husband has a secret screen name: HotRod287. Next thing you know, black turtlenecks and a leather bomber jacket are his hip new signature look. And those long blonde hairs in his sports car? Sorry sweetie, but they're not from your golden retriever. Because they have dark roots - under your magnifying glass.Still Hot is a completely hilarious and saucy survival guide that takes you from the first inkling that your marriage is toast to regaining your long-forgotten inner peace, and all the bizarre tragicomedy that comes in between.Throughout, you'll get practical tips, like: how to trash those photos of your ex (Send his new babe all the shots that show more hair in his ears than on his head.) what to do if your bedroom seems vacant without him (Buy a giant fern.) creative ways to meet new men (Get a job in a urologist's office.) invaluable first-date DONTs (Never call your divorce lawyer from the table.) Through checklists, quizzes, and wacky vignettes, you'll recognize yourself on every page -- playing Internet solitaire on Saturday night, memorizing the generic name for Valium (diazepam), weeding out the geeks on match.com, and praying that your ex's new babe's implants will rupture. In a public place.Still Hot is the perfect girlfriend gift. Buy it for yourself, your friends, your sister, maybe even your mother - anyone, in fact, who could use a good laugh when she finds herself suddenly single.

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I will only comment by saying that this is the only book I have given one star to. Ever. In a nutshell, it was ridiculous and childish. Read full review

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About the author (2009)

Sue Mittenthal is a writer and editor whose work has appeared in The New York Times, Esquire, New York Magazine, The Boston Globe, Glamour, Family Circle, Ladies' Home Journal, Readers Digest, and Consumer Reports. She is currently a freelance writer in New York. Linda Reing began practicing for a career as a standup comic at age seven. When she realized this would mean performing in front of an audience, she quickly changed gears, but has continued to embrace humor as her means of coping with the world. She lives in New York City.

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