If you've given up or think that women just don't want you then reading this book is a great starting point. While not real profound or deep, the book was well worth reading.This book has totally answered all of my questions and showed me where I have made past mistakes and why. One thing, though: Barry, even the dumbest man can probably figure out that a girl who has sex with you with no money changing hands probably likes you.The Shy Guy's Guide to Dating: The Best Places to Meet Women, the Ten Best Pickup Lines, How to Tell if She Likes You, Eleven Women to Avoid, Do's and ...
"Thou shall not throw away any opportunity to practice your pimping skills." "I dont care if you have to practice on 13 year olds, grandmas, or hookers, as long as they're female." So not only is he promoting rape culture but also is encouraging GROWN MEN to hit on kids. "A persistent guy keeps a picture of her in his wallet for inspiration." This book is just disgusting, if you follow what this book says i promise you wont have good results.
Barry Dutter's book Shy Guide to Dating gives valuable advice to the lovelorn.
This is the movie that redefined the “nerd-into-man” story for our generation.
RISKY BUSINESS (1983): A classic movie, in the same mode as Night Shift.
The book is written with humor making it an easy read but the advice is basically useless. That guy can get women without even opening his mouth because he's that good looking. He can tell them he likes lunchmeat and they'll be all over him.
I was also a little upset when I noticed the back cover and the very good looking author that adorns it. He must think we're all fools to try to convice us that he's bad with girls. Basically what I learned is that you get girls by being born with the skill. So I take with me the knowledge of never purchasing another "How To" book about getting girls because now I'll know better. Dutter starts out the book with a great "I feel your pain" chapter that made me have high hopes for this book.I just threw it in to see if you were paying attention. But if you were a Shy Guy in the early seventies, you probably spent a lot of Friday nights at home watching The Brady Bunch!)If there’s a recurring theme to this book, it’s that we can look to the magic of Hollywood to inspire us in our quest to overcome shyness. These are the films that you may want to watch to help you pick up a few pointers on your road to Real Manhood.One of the oldest Hollywood cliches is that of the nerdy guy who learns how to stand up for himself and become a man. NIGHT SHIFT (1982): One of the greatest Shy Guy movies of all time.In a complete reversal from his Fonzie persona, Henry Winkler stars as a mild-mannered nerd who is pushed around by everyone.In that film, Nicholson is a career sailor ordered to transport a young kleptomaniac to prison.