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Dr. Z on Scoring: How to Pick Up, Seduce and Hook Up with Hot Women Paperback – January 8, 2008
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And telling men not to twitch, have bad breath or dirty clothing, etc., shouldn't be necessary. Really, that's just padding the book. If the answer is "It's not padding. You'd be surprised how many men don't follow these suggestions", I still think that someone who needs to be told this isn't going to be helped by the book. I can't imagine anyone saying, "I have to bathe before I go out to a bar? And wear clean clothes, too? Huh! I never knew that! Thank you, Dr. Z!"
Then there are the obvious observations, such as "Hot women tend to be more promiscuous than other women." I don't know if I agree with that, but, assuming it's correct, if someone is reading this book, it's because he wants to know HOW to approach women, not which ones to approach. It's only half an answer to say, "The hot women are the most likely to sleep with a man." The answer to that is, "And the hot women only want the hot men. So what am I supposed to do?"
What isn't a rehash, padding or obvious is just plain bad advice - and it isn't even consistent with the "just be yourself and don't act creepy, and women will like you" approach.
For example, she suggests you hang around women's shoe stores or clothing stores (that's creepy, isn't it? Unless you're going to use the transparent, "It's for my cousin/niece/sister" dodge).
She also recommends ploys such as waiting until you see an attractive woman check the price tag on a dress and, with a sad look on her face, put it back on the rack. Then you go over to her and buy her the dress! Now, that's setting a bad precedent. Not to mention that you might have to buy a lot of expensive dresses before you get a date out of it!
1.-She married a criminal defense attorney for the mafia soley to obtain her green card.
2.-In the numerous times she has been to court over past marriages and lawsuits,a judge has been quoated as saying her testomonies are "less than truthful."
3.-She has posed nude with both her elderly mom (YUCK!) and her sister.... I don't know how in the hell they do things in Ukriane,but ladies,would YOU want to pose nude with your mom or make out with your sister?Hmmm... did her study in psychology touch the subject of incest?
4.-Although in one chapter of her book she says the answer to the question of "does size matter?" is a definite,overwhelming "no";she can still be found on infomercials at three and four am on various cable channels for "male enhancement" tablets.In another words,if the price is right,she's willing to throw the ethics of being a doctor out the window.
5.-Like so many "original" revolutionaries before her,she has come out and attacked -insert negative tone of voice here- Western ideology;specificaly in regard to Catholicisim.Even going so far as to say that St. Thomas Aquinas and other doctors of the Church were bisexual and had guilt complexes. It's very noble indeed to attack the dead as they are unable to defend themselves. On an added note,let's put the shoe on the other foot with this one--- Dr. Z,real name Nika Victoria Zdrok, boasts being both a Playboy playmate and Penthouse pet of the year.Read more ›
By the way, did anyone else notice how many of the good reviews cited 'easy to read' as one of the pros of this book?
She probably wrote the book with good intentions. Or maybe she wanted to jump on the recent bandwagon of best-selling pickup books. But honest or not, this book was written for men to find women, from a woman's experience. Although she has a PhD in Psychology, her suggestions are not based on medical research. Although she references popular pickup artists, her ideology diverges from theirs. When deciding whether or not to buy this book, you should remember that she writes based upon her own experiences, expectations, and desires. I assume she has never tried any of the things suggested in this book to pick up other women.Read more ›
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rubbish. Every single bit of it. rubbish.
Ok, well some of it IS just common sense : "figure out the type of woman you are attracted to and cater that that... Read more
I sold this book off a while ago. At first, I was encouraged by Dr. Zdrok's advice---as a woman, a psychologist and a former Playboy playmate---but in the book she had claimed that... Read morePublished 14 months ago by Moses Domingo
Great book more information than you can expect with scientific background to back it upPublished 20 months ago by chandler s martin
it's ok ... .... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ./.. ,... ... ... ... ... ... .Published on November 24, 2012 by Jeffrey J. Budzek
This book is good for some things, and not so good for others. It definitely has good advice in terms of dress, grooming, and nesting (getting your place up to par). Read morePublished on March 13, 2011 by John Pocket
This of course is one of dozens of 'Get a Girl Books' But I would rather listen from a girls point than a mans!
So many were shocked at 'But her a dress' but look deeper. Read more
"When I woke up, they told me I had a girl, 'Good,' I said, "I hope she grows up to be a little fool. Read morePublished on February 5, 2010 by ntnrocket
This book changed my life almost as much as my five radical genital surgeries (more on those later). Read morePublished on October 23, 2009 by Anthony C