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Der Single Girl's Guide: Weiblich, ledig, fabelhaft!

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In diesem Ratgeber für Single-Frauen geht es nicht darum, wie man einen Mann findet oder die Durststrecke überbrückt, bis der Richtige endlich auftaucht. Die Autorin Imogen Lloyd Webber schreibt über die großartige Chance für Single-Frauen, ihr Leben ganz nach den eigenen Wünschen zu gestalten.

Wer weiß, wie lange man noch ungebunden ist? Da wäre es doch Zeitverschwendung,
Paperback, 259 pages
Published October 1st 2009 by Schwarzkopf & Schwarzkopf (first published April 3rd 2007)
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Mar 17, 2008 Marie rated it 1 of 5 stars  ·  review of another edition
Recommends it for: airheaded females
In a word: silly.

In another word: insulting.

A few of us Single Girls have something else on our minds besides managing every aspect of our fabulously empty lives.
It's books like these that continue to propagate the game-playing aspect so prevalent in the dating scene. Here's a novel idea: if you like someone, let them know. If you don't, do likewise. Why does everything have to be so cat-and-mouse and underhanded? I'll be single forever if I have to stoop to Webber's methods of finding a significant other.

Hmmm. It was cute, don't get me wrong. I found it hilariously funny that she's Andrew Lloyd Webber's daughter because I think that he is a HUGE douchebag, but as a person/author.. she seems really cool. I'd like to meet her, I think she would be a fun person to hang around. Now about the book...
It was good. It really was. And you can tell that she is a good writer. Nothing is better than English humor in my opinion, and she definitely infuses her wit into her writing, which I love. But there was
I'm an AG not an SG but this didn't stop me enjoying this funny book by Imogen Lloyd Webber (daughter of Andrew?) At times she does try to make being an AG sound like the most boring thing's not! I'm far more suited to being an AG then an SG. I'm not the party type so I wouldn't enjoy the lifestyle Imogen wants SG's to have. Some of the stuff written in here rings true whatever your status. Take this quote about bosses for example:
"There tends to be two types of boss - easy and tricky
Hilarious but real advice for the single woman...I already knew all of it! ;-)
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Daughter of composer Andrew Lloyd Webber and his first wife, Sarah Hugill. Educated at Girton College, Cambridge University, where she read history. A British broadcaster, writer and producer who has recently moved full time to New York City.
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