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Think Like a Guy: How to Get a Guy by Thinking Like One

by Giuliana Depandi

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So...I didn't read everything she wrote, but she did give great tips. My favorite tip: #23...Never admit you've slept with more than 5 guys. She writes, "I don't care if it's 25. When he asks, it's 4." Cracks me up! ( )
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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0312354371, Paperback)

How are you going to snag one if you don't know how to....Think Like a Guy? E! News anchor Giuliana DePandi knows that if you want a little piece of his heart, you're going to have to learn to get into his head--and she shares her knowledge as an on-the-town dater in L.A. into this funny but oh-so-practical and effective volume.
 
DePandi knows what it's like "out there", and has done extensive field work to learn what turns guys off...and on. Here's a pop quiz:

Should you
 
...mention your mom on a first date?

...cook a guy breakfast after your first sleepover at his place?

...pick at your food when he takes you to dinner?

...tell him how many lovers you've had before he came along?

...leave him long voicemails if you can't reach him on the phone?

The resounding answer to all the questions above, according to DePandi, is: NO! You should, in fact, be busy and breezy, offer to pay for dinner, leave short voicemails (and none at all if you don't have anything concrete to say), stay well-dressed and -groomed, and make your guy feel like he's the first to introduce you to anything kinky in bed.

Think Like a Guy  is a hard-headed practical book for women who acknowledge that men and women simply think differently.

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