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THIS BOOK IS BANNED IN OVER 40 COUNTRIES! WOMEN DO NOT WANT MEN TO KNOW THESE SECRETS! This is it – the HOLY GRAIL of women, their secrets, and how to be successful in life and relationships! Sections of LITTLE BLACK BOOK classify personality traits based on the type of car a woman drives, her hairstyle, her profession, and even what type of eyeglasses she chose. Author Miso N. Grey cites that these are the result of personal choices that qualify certain personality traits. An entire chapter of this book describes certain characteristics that a woman’s name can supposedly disclose. For example, Fresh states the name “Kim” tells us that a woman is “bubbly, laid back and virtually carefree… and rather loose.” A chick named “Christine” is “dizzy and stuck up … and not the crispiest chip in the bag.” Conversely, “Michelle” is exceptionally generous. If you need a hug, time, food, shelter, money, sex, or whatever, Michelle rarely fails. Grey has interpreted more than 100 popular names in his quantitative analysis and disclaims, “these descriptions in no way apply to the entire female population. But the stereotypes are uncannily accurate.” But that’s not all he has uncovered. Learn why feminists are a lost cause. Learn why white women date black men. Learn why a U.S. Veteran traveled to Asia for a mail-order bride. Find out exactly what you want in a relationship, and learn exactly what you can do to become a Casanova and achieve success in the dating world.
If you’ve ever wanted to know how a man thinks, forget it. Men are completely hopeless. Definitely the weaker sex – mentally, anyway. Regardless, this book will definitely enlighten you. In his book, Diary of an Angry Father, Grey writes about many things that could be considered misogynistic. However, knowing him personally for many years, I can vouch Grey is not anti-woman, anti-black, anti-Mexican, anti-Christian, antipasta, or anti-anything for that matter. Ostensibly, this idealist despises everyone and everything equally. I suppose you could say Grey is an equal-opportunity hater. Grey blames his studliness on a genetic concoction created a being who was irresistible to the opposite sex. Even the buff sales guys at Hollister still glance his way when they think he’s not looking. Fortunately, Grey remains surprisingly humble. He has become milder in his older age, and thanks to his lovely fourth wife, Grey has retired from the meet market. His favorite study? Women who keep cats. Have a glass of your favorite wine and read Grey’s words with an open mind. You just might learn something. I did.
When that tiny little human shot out of his mother’s hugely-dilated opening screaming bloody murder, no matter how hard Dad looked, there was no book, manual, DVD, or even a business card with a web address inside that nasty pouch called “the afterbirth.” Apparently, God, in His infinite wisdom, forgot to leave a manual. Unfortunately for you, and your children, this book may be as close as you’re going to get. Miso N. Grey is no doctor. He’s not a psychologist, nor a specialist, spiritualist, or a teacher. He’s not even a daycare worker. But Grey is an experienced father. You can learn how to pick up chicks, steal a car, hack a computer, or even build a meth lab; but there is no authority on parenting. There are no experts, no government agencies, no churches, no organizations, no non-profits, or no no-one who knows what’s best for any child. If anyone tells you otherwise, they’re lying. Grey lists thousands of his clever findings in the pages of this book so you won’t have to make the same mistakes. Diary of an Angry Father is seething. It’s tongue-in-cheek and sarcastic to the bone. It’s brutally honest. And it’s a bunch of fun. Join the self-appointed “Child Raising Czar” on his wild adventures in parenthood as he debunks myths, defiles old wives tales, and destroys any preconceived notions you might have had about being a successful parent.
Shootings in Orlando. A tragedy in Nice. Global financial and political instability. If some being from another world was watching our planet right now, he or she would undoubtedly be engaged in a firm facepalm. We have been given a beautiful planet, plentiful food, great intelligence, and the gift of life. In this era of human adolescence, what we collectively need to work on is our consciousness. We need more empathy. We need more cooperation. We need more love. Beyond Words is a collection of more than two decades of observations and analysis of positive thinking and positive people. The author Miso Grey, an idealist by nature, has created this wonderful collection of thought-provoking affirmations and real world suggestions to help enhance your own life, and the lives of everyone around you. Grey offers self reflection, words of encouragement, and advice on how to make your life more fulfilling. Audiobook available on Audible.