Morning man

Morning man


If the cost of her acceptance is your integrity, Ayn Rand would have called it "sanction of the victim" - General Love.

There's a new "sheriff in town. He is tired of seeing his boys getting their hearts shot up - Unlce Jethro Love.

No. 2 Rule: Never try to keep someone who does not want to keep you - Doc Love.

It's simply amazing what a man will put up with, or go through, to a woman's gain acceptance. In their search for the answer, men are constantly asking themselves, "Can I do this, or can I do that without turning her off ? Can I say this, or can I say that, so she will accept me ?" Even Attila the Hun, the first left-wing extremist, wanted to be accepted by a woman!
If a man knew what a woman wanted, he would be overjoyed to give "it" to her. What man wouldn't ?

But how is he to know, or find out - or does "it" even exist?

(Tom, the protagonist in this book, is an excave man who only thinks of sex and sports, and eating off paper plates. Caprice, whose legs go from the floor to her neck, will play the tormentor in all of the Dating Dictionary's "war stories." She is selfish and only helps the relationship if she makes out - unless, of course, she has high Interest Level (see Truth Triangle) in Tom, then it is his turn.)

Tom knows (instinctively, for once)that he can say or do anything, around his best buddy and his ever-loyal pooch, Fido; he even knows they will love it. He knows that when he makes a fool of himself they will never hold it against him. In fact, no matter what he does, it will never come back to haunt him. Yes, your best friend and Fido really do practice "unconditional love." And they are the only ones who do.

Tom also knows he can't say nor do anything around either Caprice nor her feline, Pussycat! Why? Simple:It's due to the pain and the scratches he has endured. Yes, Women and cats really do have different needs than men and Fido-but what are they?

Is there a method to this madness? Is...

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