The Red Flag Rulebook

50 Dating Rules to Know Whether to Keep Him or Kiss Him Good-Bye
Length: 2 hrs and 34 mins
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Many women want their Mr. Right - now! And many men want their Ms. Tonight! There are a lot of books that explain how to play these fast-fix dating games; however, there are none that explain how to bring back the good old days when love had to be earned by both sexes. The Red Flag Rulebook is a tool to help women weed out the men who are not worthy by putting them through a carefully outlined test. This test can be used on first dates, or in short or long-term relationships. It instructs women on what personality traits to "red flag" and explains why it is important to watch for these traits.

In The Red Flag Rulebook, women share their stories about mortifying dating experiences, which will provide a good chuckle as well as a good eye-opener for listeners. The Red Flag Rulebook is an educational tool to give women sound advice on how to bring back patience and effort into the dating game, as well as an entertaining audio that will give women a good laugh to share on any “girls’ night out” occasion.

©2010 Cheryl Anne Meyer, Tara Landon (P)2010 Gildan Media Corp

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For teenagers and college students only..

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This book is clearly for college-aged students or younger. If you are over 22, don't waste your time.

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Trite and cliché dating advice

If you're over the age of 25, do not buy this audiobook. It will insult your intelligence. While the premise is interesting, the overall content is shallow and not to be taken seriously.

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Red Flag thrown on this book: Buyer Beware!

If you're into hearing the myriad ways in which men just aren't good enough for today's women, then this book is for you.
This book comes off as sexist, egotistical, self-centered, selfish, egocentric, egomaniacal, self-interested, self-seeking, self-absorbed, narcissistic, vain, conceited and self-important. If you listen to this book NO man will be good enough for you.
He will be either too committed or not committed enough, too much into his friends or too much of a loner. He'll be overly driven to succeed or not driven enough or he will either be too controlling or too much of a push-over and the list goes on and on ad nauseam. If a man or men had written a book like this there would be marches and book burnings across the country and it would be the next cause celeb.

This book is all about Man-Hating. This book proves that men, in general, have given away to much of their own power to women. All men need to start throwing red flags of their own on women, especially on the overly critical ones such as these. I'll start us off by throwing a red flag on the authors of this title.

If women read this book and follow what the authors advise then they will be undoubtedly alone with their cats and deservedly so.

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