While the author tries to connect with guys by throwing in references to Star Trek or Power tools, everything comes across as patronizing. The entire book reads as condescending towards guys, and the overall theme is "girls are crazy, get over it and listen to everything they tell you to do, if you wanna get sex." Probably funny to women, but is kinda insulting to males. The men she describes in this book are the kind who will never read/listen to this type of book, so what's the point?
Taught be a bunch of stuff I didn't quite have a handle on, but the re-reads that didn't get edited out, are quite annoying.
But I think it's a great book to change your manners of thinking. It's definitely a book about cause and effects. Not as mind blowing as I've heard though.
Definitely a great book and I got some good info outta it. She makes a good effort to be funny and entertaining. Though it's very apparently her target for this book is the fairer sex. Many times I rolled my eyes.
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