When the book is finished, you get to the About the Author page, yet from what you already have read, you feel you already know John as you finish feeling you've been listening to a friend for the past 200 pages.
Men here jerkoff to the Alpha/Machiavellian/Uber Chad fantasy, but when they encounter these guys in real life, they whine like a bitch and rationalize why those guys aren't 'true alphas'.
This powerful tool is commonly used in the romantic scene, either with your boyfriend/girlfriend, husband/wife, or anybody else you’re romantically involved with, so it is in your best interest to add some of these words to your vocabulary if you really want to sound like a native.
Yet, my favorite aspect of the book is how it is written very concisely, with a style that breeds to make every sentence count and feel short and sweet.
Within each story in the book, you encounter a tidbit of wisdom that forces you to see life through another's eyes and it kept me awake for many nights, thinking and pondering.
The perfect FWB is a sexy person who is not boyfriend material. Text their name and license plate number to a friend, set up a safe call, let your trick KNOW you have a safe call. That said, be upfront if you know you've got an STI, get the vaccine and regular pap smears, and don't fuck anyone who is clearly having an outbreak of something. And don't be a dumbass -- if you know your FWB is going to be at a party with someone else, bring your own date so you don't feel like a super awkward third wheel. Take a tip from Suze Orman: diversify your cock portfolio. Anyone who judges you for having fun is probably jealous because you're getting laid way more often than they are.
I can't believe how many women are like, "Oh, I like that guy but he's not _______ so I don't want to date him." Just fuck him, and don't even worry about dating. Don't go home with anyone who gives you a bad vibe. If the prospect of catching HPV/Herpes is something that freaks you out beyond all reason, you shouldn't be having casual sex. I find having multiple fuck buddies keeps me from getting too attached to any of them. I'm not saying you can't ever make dinner for your fuck buddy, but WAIT until you have an established dynamic so you're not sending the wrong signal. Kissing, sleepovers, cuddling -- these are controversial FWB activities that must be considered on a case by case basis. Try every freaky, dirty thing you've ever wanted to try, and enjoy it. Call out double standards and sex-negative attitudes as bullshit.
The trade off is you have no obligation to answer their call at 3 a.m./perform sex acts you're not into/lend them $5. This is why it's good to have several fuckbuddies -- if one goes AWOL for a while, you have a back up or three.