Manual dating guide
I really wish this book had existed in the late '90s. I often paused to read him funny excerpts as I went through.So Eric Smith, if you find a way to rip a hole in time and space, please send this book to my 18-year-old self." Clearly, this simple review resonated with a lot of folks on Goodreads.The mere concept of female geeks is often outright ignored; forced into narrow, allowed areas; or outright challenged and denied.I'm an indie and webcomics geek with a small passion for some tabletop gaming.How would I connect with a console or Internet-gaming geek whose only comic interests are mecha manga?
I'm sure that plenty of the people who liked this review could share similar stories, either personal or one's they have heard from others.
As for me: I've been married for thirteen years, since I was 20. They might annoy some people, but I got a huge kick out of it.
I don't need dating advice at this point; more like, advice on how to tell my husband, nicely, to pick up his socks off the floor for the &^% time. At my wedding, I walked down the aisle to the Final Fantasy theme--something I had planned since I was 11. I knew I'd love the book when, just a few pages in, the author described how he had grown to maturity and re-played Chrono Trigger along the way and named Marle for different crushes and girlfriends.
The book is targeted for single men, though most of the information is highly relevant to women and that issue is addressed right at the start.
As for me: I've been married for thirteen years, since I was 20.