How to Remodel a Man: Tips and Techniques on Accomplishing Something You Know Is Impossible but Want to Try Anyway (Abridged / Compact Disc, Abridged)

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Description


From the author of the New York Times bestseller, 8 Simple Rules For Dating My Teenage Daughter, a hilarious send-up of a perennial self-help subject—how to change a man

Why can’t men open a refrigerator and see the mayonnaise? This and other confounding questions about the male species are illuminated
in How to Remodel a Man. The vast scope of the book is revealed in the chapter headings:
• Men Just Figure It Would Be Easier If Women Changed Instead
• Why Piles Are Invisible
• Socks in Front of the Hamper
• Sports: Both a Metaphor and Substitute for Real Life
• When Men Shout at the Television
• A Cure for the Wet Sandwich
• A New Gadget Changes Everything
• When the Sink Looks Like It Needs a Shave
• The Horror of Feng Shui
This ground-breaking book is a essential for anyone who is related to a man in any fashion.

About the Author


W. BRUCE CAMERON wrote a column on the Internet for friends that grew to 40,000 readers. The "Rocky Mountain News" hired him as a columnist, and he went into national syndication. He expanded the column into a book called "8 Simple Rules For Dating My Teenage Daughter." When the book became a "New York Times" bestseller, Bruce developed it into a TV show. He is working on the pilot for "How To Remodel a Man" for David Schwimmer and NBC. He lives in Los Angeles.

Praise For…


“W. Bruce Cameron is the Dave Barry of modern family life.”—John Temple, Rocky Mountain News

Product Details
ISBN: 9781593975432
Abridged: Yes
Publisher: Macmillan Audio
Publication Date: August 26th, 2004