Relationslips: Definitely Not a Dating Guide ペーパーバック – 2009/1/19
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Most people have a couple stories about bad dates and failed relationships, but most people are not stupid enough to publish their experiences for the entire world to read. Here lie the bare revelations of one man's failures at meeting, dating and developing successful relationships with women. "My last boyfriend used to tie me up, gag me and get pretty rough. I left him after six years because I felt he didn't respect me." Cicilia revealed to me on our second date. "I was afraid it would scare you away if I told you about the amputation prior to meeting" Ilene apologized as I stared in wide-eyed surprise. "Now that we are dating I expect you to be a real man and start paying some of my bills: Maybe my car payment or the rent" Marie explained to me on our second date. I picked up a Bible and began reading verses of interest quietly to the young boy seated next to me. Yuni surprised the entire room by jumping up and yelling "Stop whispering things about me!" "I didn't mean to lead you on by giving you my number" Kassie cautioned me when I called the number she had given me. "You breathe too much" my loving wife stated.
Adam Kirk Pruden grew up in the itsy-bitsy town of Roxobel, North Carolina. After barely graduating from Bertie High School he entered the Marine Corps with the expectation that he'd never have to go to school again. Six years later he found himself without a job and faced employers seeking to hire only college graduates. In frustration he commenced night classes and only eight long years later graduated with a master's degree in business management. To this day he still has never worked in the field. Pruden now resides in Sunrise, Florida and credits his nearly thirty years of government service for exposing him to a multitude of fascinating people and an assortment of amazing experiences which have continually generated new ideas for his stories and characters. http: //www.Relationslips.com http: //www.RelationslipsBook.com >>>>>>>
I searched the author and found that he has another book called "A Week in the Miserable Life of Lloyd Canard". I bought the book and look forward to reading it this weekend.