This book is dumb-niggah technology.
But seriously. Tracey Cox needs to go suck one, this book defines the average American douche-bag who dates only for sex. The kind of person who just wants to use people. This book does have a message, a bad message. It's teaching people how to be generic and not themselves. American has enough clones and we definitely don't need more. I'm about to go Fahrenheit 451 on this book.
And you have a nice day.
why not make a real love guide for every situation, we'll call it "Onrpg's guide to real love"
or "watch out here comes the nerdtrain of love"
seriously, anyone do a real love tread i've seen alot of experienced guys here.
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wth... This thread is so cold, I'm about to freeze my *** off.
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