MEN STILL THINK WITH THEIR CLUBS
By Milt Lowe
This book on relationships is seen through the eyes of a seductive young cave woman named Ooba, who keeps a hot diary of all the guys she dates.
Within the time frame of a single year, she samples more than a hundred suitors in her quest for the perfect cave companion. But instead of perfection, Ooba encounters such unsavory cave trash as Arf, Bane, and Drek. From them, she learns that men mature slowly if at all.
In this "Sex and the City" of the Stone Age, Ooba also discovers what many women have discovered -- that the primary organ men think with is not the brain. Ooba's diary offers prehistoric yuks and modern observations about men, love, sex, and the dating problems of a woman with taste.
The premise of Men Still Think With Their Clubs is that men are still making the same mistakes with women they made a million years ago. No wonder a good caveman is hard to find.
OOBA'S DIARY REVEALS
READ THE ENDING FIRST
Defy convention and whet your appetite by checking out the "Update On Ooba's Boyfriends" that begins on page 201. These short, snappy descriptions of the men in Ooba's life not only set the tone for the entire book, they're also funny as hell. Find out what happened to Zog the chronic liar, Dweeb the repulsive blind date, Gump the emotional basket case, Emo who insulted everyone he met, Shag the only caveman Ooba ever loved, and Bane who finally gave up dating and devoted his remaining years trying to prove that men are not as deceitful and disgusting as the mounting evidence would suggest.
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Milt Lowe's book is not only a humor book, but it is a romance book, a dating book, a book filled with sex, and a relationship book that takes place in the Stone Age. The woman named Ooba is sexy, horny and extremely funny. But Milt Lowe is a humor writer who has written for many magazines and newspapers, including
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