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Product Details

  • Paperback: 192 pages
  • Publisher: St. Martin's Griffin (June 27, 2006)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 0312354371
  • ISBN-13: 978-0312354374
  • Product Dimensions: 8.1 x 6.2 x 0.5 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 6.4 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Average Customer Review: 3.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (47 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #530,074 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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From the Back Cover

66 Kick-Ass Tips That Reveal What Goes on in Mr. Right's Head--And How to Turn that Head Your Way

Giuliana DePandi has made a study of men. She knows what makes them tick. What turns them on. And off. And she's learned that a sure grasp of how men view women and their behavior is the key to a happy, full and fun dating life. Funny, fast, and full of insight you can use right now, THINK LIKE A GUY acknowledges that men and women simply think differently. Want to know how? Sample five of the sixty-six wise ways to act around men below:

TIP # 6 Don't Take an Hour to Get Ready
TIP #17 Never, Ever Kiss of the First Date
TIP #18 Words Never to Mention on the First Three Dates ("Soul Mate", "Destiny", "My Sister's Wedding")
TIP #42 Don't Try to Break His Bad Habits
TIP #64 Don't Surprise Him with Short Hair

About the Author

GIULIANA DEPANDI is an anchor for E! News. She has a master's degree in journalism from The American University in D.C.

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I thought the book was written very well, very easy to understand.
M. Dombrowski
Basically, I had to STOP thinking like a GIRL and start thinking like a GUY.
Carrie Sheridan
Giuliana's book, Think a Like a Guy, should be called Lie Like a Girl.
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40 of 45 people found the following review helpful By Good Girl on November 18, 2006
Format: Paperback
I wish I could give this book less than one star. First the title: Think like a guy, it doesn't tell you at all how to think like a guy or what guys think. This book only gives you a list of tips on how to be fake with a man. The title should be "Lie, Pretend, and Be Confusing" She actually tells you to change who you are and to play games. Like one tip is to always call *67 so he doesn't know it's you. And one tip is to order out and dirty up dishes so that he thinks you cooked (which isn't fair to those of us who really know how to cook- what girl can complete with take out?) So now what happens in the long term when he finds out that you lied and the betty crocker that he fell in love with is a phony?

Second, it has no substance. The chapters are about a page long (some only a few words long) which states the tip and then a few paragraphs about the tip that says nothing more than what the tip said. The book basically could have been a list of 66 tips- nothing more nothing less. This book is a 20 minute waste. There are far better books.
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15 of 17 people found the following review helpful By Rebecca on April 23, 2007
Format: Paperback
This was an easy read, short, and at times funny. Sure it might be good if you are just looking to find a date or a friend with benefits...but if you actually are looking for something quality...dont get this book. All it does it tell you how to lie about yourself or how to act like a guy in ways that us girls hate. I mean if you want to snag a guy by lying to him...marry him and then he finds out it was all a lie...then what? Divorce? I mean...honesty is the best policy and honestly...this book is not worth it.
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34 of 44 people found the following review helpful By Butterscotch on November 3, 2006
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What a terrible waste of time and money. This relatively short book is separated into `chapters' telling women how to be more like men - for example: sleep with a guy and leave right after, don't call, lie about your sexual experience, pretend to be busier than you are, order in and pretend you made the food, etc. The `chapters' were each about a page, some even less, because there is clearly no substance behind the writing. Depandi is annoying on tv, and she's even more annoying in the book - from the outset she tells you to look elsewhere if you want a more `edcuated' read. She uses trailer-trash language throughout the pages and doesn't show herself to be either smart or a very good writer. Additionally, she paints herself as a promiscuous woman by constantly making references to her many boyfriends and experiences. Where did the content for the book come from? From her many experiences with men,, so she says. It's obvious why she went through so many men - no decent guy would put up with her and the games she's playing for very long. Her `methods' are ridiculous and will make you a liar from the outset of the relationship. Zero stars.
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20 of 26 people found the following review helpful By Little Miss Cutey on August 21, 2006
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E Host Guiliana DePandi wrote this because she thinks we have a lot to learn from guys. We are the ones that will sit around eating ice cream because he hasn't called and yet guys don't do that - they get up and move on, so we could do well to do the same. But while she tells us all the things that we should do to get a guy, she's also saying we have to be ourselves! Hello!!!!! That makes no sense.
One of the themes in the book is to be cool and distant and not to let him think he is a priority. Most guys I know, would walk if we didn't pay the right amount of attention.
She also says not to obssess over babies and puppies - wait until further into a relationship. Well if you aren't honest from the start, and hide who you really are, that can be a big problem. She says we should Forget Stuff. Don't be bugging him about anniversaries and birthdays etc. Sure, don't mention the one week aniversary or the two month anniversary, but I'd definately remind him of a one year anniversary or a birthday.
I really think Guiliana should stick to hosting TV and not try to make money with a book that is probably more of a deal breaker than any help at all. If you want a little free advice, I think all anyone needs to do is to simply be yourself. It may be cliche but it's true.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By S. Robinson on December 7, 2008
Format: Paperback
I read the book in one sitting, and I liked it.
Most of the info, were about things I already knew. But alot of the tips were VERY informative and helpful, expecially to a woman who quickly falls in love or is too quick to jump into a relationship. Some of the info I didn't agree with, like never admiting to have had more than 5 sex partners. However for the most part, the tips were great, and even I learned quite a bit of things. & this is comming from someone who is known to "think like a guy". It's a great book for someone in their late teens through twenties. But, older readers will probally find the information found in the book rather silly or conniving.
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13 of 17 people found the following review helpful By Summer Breeze on September 21, 2009
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This book is for those with a sense of humour. The bottom line is...men generally (yes, not all men, blablabla, we know, nobody is insinuating that all 3 billion plus men are the same) do not sit around crying when you don't call, they don't get completely mushy on the first date, and they don't insinuate wanting to spend their whole life with you on the first date. Many women do that. The majority of women who do that are single women. This book is for them. This book isn't for women who don't do that. It's pretty self explainatory.
We all have an aspect of it, and in little degrees it can be cute and just part of our personality. To me, it seemed like she was addressing the women who have the CrazyCombo package, cooing over babies, calling men to scream at them 'cause they didn't call withing three days, dressing and acting like Paris Hilton to get a guy, etc.
It's like with ANY how to book. You take what you need and leave what you don't.Most of it was just silly, I found her writing really silly, but I did get some common sense advice, like not getting a guy's number, 'cause if he doesn't want my number, I don't want to waste my time with him. For me and my personality and busy schedule, it makes sense not to. That may not be for everyone and their personalities and schedules.
Whatever, people will always criticize, but it's a fun and easy read.
But, I'd get it at the library...
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