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Love Listography: Your Love Life in Lists

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Don't just whisper sweet nothings, write them down in this journal created especially for romantic list-makers. Includinga heart-pounding collection of list topics ranging from sweet (favorite love songs, best dates) to cringe-worthy (relationshippet peeves, worst break-ups) to downright naughty (favorite positions, one-night stands), it's the best place to create an entir ...more
Diary, 168 pages
Published August 27th 2008 by Chronicle Books
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Mystry
Mar 03, 2014 rated it did not like it
This book was severely disappointing. SEVERELY. I tore out a good portion of the pages as they were completely inappropriate and not about something I'd want to write down. This is described as "The ultimate journal for people in love"... It is not that at all. It doesn't focus on who you are in love with or that you are in love. There are a few lists that one can use in that regard, but it contains lists like who you've slept with, worst breakups, worst dates... Blah blah blah. Why would I want ...more
Ashley Howard
Feb 16, 2009 rated it really liked it
A fun way to spend Valentine's night- me and all my memories of love.
I must admit that I felt like I was in high school, but it was fun.
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Jun 28, 2014 rated it really liked it
Lists the basics but I wished there were more asked. Still a "to keep".
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I have been creating lists for years and I began to notice that most of them were autobiographical in nature. I would often come across a memory, like running into it on the street, and tell myself "I've really got to write that down" before it's gone for good. Making an autobiographical list is somewhat like meditating. You have to still your mind and hone in on a time period and let it recall wh ...more
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