" Promise: If you start following the principles of the Man Catching Theory right now, 6 weeks from today, you will have the man of your dreams. Jean Carroll, the popular advice columnist for "Elle" magazine, comes to the rescue of bright, high-achieving women everywhere with a foolproof program for finding love. Rather, it's founded on Darwinian principles, cutting-edge scientific research on "synchrony," and ten years of hard evidence provided by thousands of letters sent into the Ask E. I had so much fun reading this book that it's ridiculous. Anyways, let it be made clear that I ONLY read this because a friend lent it to me and claimed that it was quite funny and entertaining, and she was right.In other words, a no strings attached relationship implies that you’re sexually intimate, but that’s as far as your relationship goes, and you’re not committed to each other in any way. Your role is not that of a boyfriend or girlfriend, and rather than providing emotional guidance and support, your time together is strictly physical. Along these lines, another positive aspect of a no strings attached relationship is that you don’t have to be monogamous. Many people involved in no strings attached relationships enjoy the thrill and excitement of this kind of connection with someone. If you’re involved in a no strings attached relationship, you risk developing feelings for this other person—feelings that won’t be reciprocated.
She also encourages women to look inside themselves to find the prowess they are seeking. Unfortunately, the website Carroll endorses throughout the book is no longer under her management.
The best MTV show of the 90s, TRL was the afternoon snack for an entire generation.
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As far as self-help/relationship books go, this one was cute and entertaining. Jean doesn't so much as give you a strict plan to follow, but I think she does a lot in the way of empowerment and encouragement, on a light-hearted and humorous level.
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MTV kick-started reality television (the Real World), mixed in special reports (MTV News with Kurt Loder) and brought music videos to epic new heights (Total Request Live). Wildly successful dating show hosted by the beautiful Jenny Mc Carthy. Incredibly immature and stupid, which made Beavis and Butthead so funny!