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Ye Olde Book Nook Forum...

Postby Carl_Reginstein » Wed Sep 13, 2006 11:53 pm

You know.... the book forum here doesn't get much action. Time to change that!

My wife just bought the book "The Stripper's Guide to Looking Great Naked" from Amazon for 10 bucks.... I haven't read it yet, but she is really into it. Anyone else read this book and care to comment?? :twisted:
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Postby mcdirector » Thu Sep 14, 2006 12:18 am

Oh, I've got comments alright, but I'd best not put them down here.
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Postby Jonathan Whatley » Thu Sep 14, 2006 6:14 am

Hey, I call dibbs on the overpriced beer concession at Carl's house!

(And already, from my hearsay understanding of strip clubs, you could have saved your money on the book...)
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Postby Carl_Reginstein » Thu Sep 14, 2006 1:50 pm

Well, you have to admit.... it is a more interesting topic than the usual fare here.... I'd rather discuss the beauty of the female form, intellectually of course of course.... than waste time on all those dry dusty distance learning tomes....

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Re: Ye Olde Book Nook Forum...

Postby SteveFoerster » Thu Sep 14, 2006 3:16 pm

Carl_Reginstein wrote:You know.... the book forum here doesn't get much action. Time to change that! My wife just bought the book "The Stripper's Guide to Looking Great Naked" from Amazon for 10 bucks.... I haven't read it yet, but she is really into it. Anyone else read this book and care to comment?? :twisted:

Fascinating choice of careers! Does she have a web site too? :twisted:

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Re: Ye Olde Book Nook Forum...

Postby Carl_Reginstein » Thu Sep 14, 2006 4:29 pm

SteveFoerster wrote:
Carl_Reginstein wrote:You know.... the book forum here doesn't get much action. Time to change that! My wife just bought the book "The Stripper's Guide to Looking Great Naked" from Amazon for 10 bucks.... I haven't read it yet, but she is really into it. Anyone else read this book and care to comment?? :twisted:

Fascinating choice of careers! Does she have a web site too? :twisted:

-=Steve=-


Oh, she has a fabulous professional career with some of the greats of the classical music scene.... classical musician by day... (and night).... hot babe by choice..... (day and night)

AND....

wouldn't you like to know about the web site? hehehe!
:wink:
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Re: Ye Olde Book Nook Forum...

Postby Tedmeister » Thu Sep 14, 2006 4:37 pm

Carl_Reginstein wrote:You know.... the book forum here doesn't get much action. Time to change that!

My wife just bought the book "The Stripper's Guide to Looking Great Naked" from Amazon for 10 bucks.... I haven't read it yet, but she is really into it. Anyone else read this book and care to comment?? :twisted:
Haven't seen it yet ... and it probably wouldn't help me!!!
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Postby Tedmeister » Thu Sep 14, 2006 4:42 pm

mcdirector wrote:Oh, I've got comments alright, but I'd best not put them down here.
Bitsy, you're pretty enough with your clothes on ... and smart, too ... and, alas, alreay married.
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