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by Sean Thomas

  • Author: Sean Thomas
  • ISBN: 0306815486
  • ISBN13: 978-0306815485
  • ePub: 1906 kb | FB2: 1240 kb
  • Language: English
  • Category: Relationships
  • Publisher: Da Capo Press; New edition edition (April 24, 2007)
  • Pages: 312
  • Rating: 4.7/5
  • Votes: 645
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Millions of Women Are Waiting to Meet You: A Memoir ePub download

With his book, Million of Women Are Waiting to Meet You, Sean Thomas pulls off a fairly astounding feat. He manages to make sex dull.

With his book, Million of Women Are Waiting to Meet You, Sean Thomas pulls off a fairly astounding feat. His book, styled as a memoir of his internet dating experiences, is aptly summed up by his own description of hardcore pornograpy: "tedious, bleak, sad, and repetitive. Sadly, though, this book lacks any of the arousal value or excitement even of pornography, let alone more elevated forms of erotica

Sean Thomas was single, thirty-seven and, by his own admission, just 'a tiny bit desperate' to meet the woman of his . If you want to know what men think about sex, read this book.

Sean Thomas was single, thirty-seven and, by his own admission, just 'a tiny bit desperate' to meet the woman of his dreams, when he was asked by a men's magazine to do a feature on Internet dating. To read this book, upload an EPUB or FB2 file to Bookmate.

Sean Thomas was single, thirty-seven and, by his own admission, just 'a tiny bit desperate' to meet the woman of his . Read on the Scribd mobile app. Download the free Scribd mobile app to read anytime, anywhere.

Sean Thomas' story begins with a rather less sanguine approach to the subject.

Sean Thomas may believe himself to be a normal man, but in the course of this book he decides a woman named . We’ll tell you what’s true. You can form your own view.

Sean Thomas may believe himself to be a normal man, but in the course of this book he decides a woman named "Bongowoman" is a.

Nicholas Lezard ventures inside the mind of a man on the pull in Sean Thomas' Millions of Women Are Waiting . In a departure from this column's normal demanding standards, this book is not only very easy to read, but a bloke's book to boot. I think "bloke" is the mot juste here.

Nicholas Lezard ventures inside the mind of a man on the pull in Sean Thomas' Millions of Women Are Waiting to Meet You. Nicholas Lezard. It says on the back that Sean Thomas writes for the Guardian, but the prose reeks of testosterone; the kind that hums off magazines like Loaded.

Sean Thomas lives in Camden, north London. His ancestry is Cornish; his father is the author D. M. Thomas.

Author Sean Thomas was single, nearly forty, and determined to meet the woman of his dreams when he was . Filled with witty observations about the world and relationships, Millions of Women Are Waiting To Meet You never fails to disappoint.

Author Sean Thomas was single, nearly forty, and determined to meet the woman of his dreams when he was asked by a men's magazine to try Internet dating for a year and write honestly about his experiences. His prose is at once boastful and yet self deprecating and he fires away at the foibles of each sex with both barrels.

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Thomas starts by reporting that he finally found the nerve to pop the .

Thomas starts by reporting that he finally found the nerve to pop the question to his longtime girlfriend, on a rooftop no less. But he hadn’t always been so lucky in love. Two years earlier, commissioned by Men’s Health to analyze Internet matchmaking, he skeptically got online-and why not, it worked wonders for his newly married half brother.

Sean Thomas was single, thirty-seven, and just “a tiny bit desperate” to meet the woman of his dreams, when he was asked by a men's magazine to try Internet dating. Millions of Women Are Waiting to Meet You tells the painfully funny story of what happened next. A gloriously indiscreet diary of the dates, good and bad, it tells of how Thomas was obliged to look at his past checkered love life and lays bare his answers to questions about his own sexual history, and male sexuality in general: Why are so many men fascinated by lesbians? What was so great about pantyhose? And what was it like to have sex with someone really famous? This book tells the story of many men, and maybe some women, too. It will appeal to any woman who wants to know what men really think about sex and romance, and to any man who has ever taken honest stock of his past and present relationships with the fairer sex.
Marelyne
I really enjoyed this book. last month I began the fifth decade of my existence and am still single. It is scary. Especially for a guy like me who has had very little success with the opposite sex. Some people just have it. Thomas, while revealing his plight of being near 40 and single, still has a lot of stories to tell about sowing his oats. I would recommend this book to any guy. From reading about his experiences I learned that self confidence is something a woman can pick up on. If you don't have it, females are not going to give you the time of day. He also discusses the danger of internet porn and shows how a guy can really make himself look like an idiot for a girl. It is one of those books that are just fun to read. Several months ago I picked up a book by a guy named Dusty White on how to pick up any woman you desire. It was worthless. This book, while not a 'how to' manual, is enough to help some poor guy like me being tossed to and fro upon the sea of lonliness. In short, I highly recommend it.
Asher
At first I enjoyed the funny writing style which goes down painlessly enough to distract oneself on a rainy day, Near the end I just lost interest and couldn't care less if the author finds Mrs. Right or not.
By then I found it just sad, slightly depressing, and the life style column mannerism got on my nerves big time. I did cut the author some slack in my judgement because after all he wrote the ice twins which I liked enough to read more of him. But now I am done.
Jediathain
This book was a bit more than I bargained for in terms of details---especially personal details from the author's, let's say, intimate life! I felt I needed to hide what I was reading when my teen and pre-teen kids came in the room, and that is not my usual type of reading! However, the book was very well written and interesting, to say the least. It's not really all about internet dating, a lot of it is just about dating (or in some cases, not exactly dating, unless it counts if you pay). It ends on a happy and hopeful note, and I think in general it does a good job pointing out the pros and cons of internet aided relationships. However, do be aware of what you are buying---a pretty explicit book!
Alsardin
This is one man's journey to find the brass ring in his life...namely, love.

Sean Thomas' sometimes wistful, often times downright hilarious look at one man's attempt to find love in the technological age is a marvel to read. Filled with witty observations about the world and relationships, Millions of Women Are Waiting To Meet You never fails to disappoint. His prose is at once boastful and yet self deprecating and he fires away at the foibles of each sex with both barrels.

I highly recommend this title for anyone who either has found it or is still looking.
Nagor
Really hard to get through, despite the salacious bits throughout. Wish he had written more of a novel with more of a plot, as his writing meanders and the descriptions are laborious and not as clever as he might think. I didn't really find his voice credible anyway, so might as well have been fiction. Nick Hornby he ain't...
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