doing other household chores and make it a point to obey men, suggests a new book.
The self-help guide, titled The Re-education Of The Female, by first-time author Dante Moore has already become a hit in the United States where copies are selling just like hot cakes, the media reported.
"Here's a little secret. Men never really ask for anything. They command. And believe me, what you won't do, ten broads around the corner will," reads one piece of advice from the author.
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According to Moore, the book is the perfect starting point for women to evaluate themselves with a little more detail, before pointing fingers and tossing blame at the endless reasons surrounding why they can't find a "good man".
Moore, a 33-year-old computer engineer, writes: "The fatter you get, the more you decrease your potential single man pool. Let me give you an example. When you go to the grocery store to shop, do you pick out the nastiest-looking, most rotten, smelliest fruit or meat you can find? Oh you don't? Why not? It's the same with men when they see baby-elephant-sized, out-of-shape women."
Though he says he has never found true love, Moore insists all he wants to do is help women as he loves them and grew up in a house with his mother, two sisters, two aunts and two female cousins.
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