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Women Who Run With The Poodles: Myths And Tips For Honoring Your Mood Swings

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A guidebook for women who realize that poodles are superior to wolves--they know the importance of a good haircut--offers a program for finding your Inner Poodle that involves no goddess ceremonies, drumming, or screeching at the moon. 100,000 first printing. $75,000 ad/promo.
Paperback, 149 pages
Published June 1st 1994 by Avon Books (first published January 1st 1994)
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Susannah
Dec 01, 2013 Susannah rated it liked it
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This is a reasonably funny book that takes the piss out of the whole self-help, getting in touch with your inner-child, higher self, movement of the 90s (it was published in 1994). I think it would have come across as a lot funnier, and a lot more relevant, if I had read it closer to that time. But it is still amusing, with chapters titled: "Reclaiming Your Sacred Inner Bitch," and "What Women Really Want (And Why Men Don't Really Want to Know.) It also carries the message that no matter how muc ...more
Cassandra Carico
Oct 22, 2014 Cassandra Carico rated it it was ok
This book was terribly serious. I understand the various points that the author was trying to make, but it was way too goofy for me. Admittedly, there were a few "giggles" in the book, but in all it felt far too silly.
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Aug 21, 2012 Sabrina Ali rated it it was ok
Really, the title is the best part.
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Fond memories of a time when political correctness and the worst of feminist ideology was mostly unknown to your average sane American.
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