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What Do We Do Now?

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Finally, a modern relationship book for the modern relationship.

What Do We Do Now? is an R-rated, utterly honest Q&A book culled from the best and funniest questions posed by Keith and the Girl devotees, including:

• My boyfriend joined the military and is being shipped off for an unknown amount of time. I’m young and I want to move on. Am I a bad person?

• Why does my boyfriend always adjust himself in public?

• My wife dresses like a slut. How do I make her stop?

• My boyfriend’s number one friend on MySpace is his ex. Should I be concerned?

With he-said, she-said advice that is both raw and honest, What Do We Do Now? is sure to appeal to the podcast’s legion of fans, and attract a brand-new audience tired of the tried-and-not-so-true relationship manuals.

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Publisher: Harmony/Rodale

Kindle Book

  • Release date: March 9, 2010

OverDrive Read

  • ISBN: 9780307459992
  • Release date: March 9, 2010

EPUB ebook

  • ISBN: 9780307459992
  • File size: 1991 KB
  • Release date: March 9, 2010

Formats

Kindle Book
OverDrive Read
EPUB ebook

Languages

English

Finally, a modern relationship book for the modern relationship.

What Do We Do Now? is an R-rated, utterly honest Q&A book culled from the best and funniest questions posed by Keith and the Girl devotees, including:

• My boyfriend joined the military and is being shipped off for an unknown amount of time. I’m young and I want to move on. Am I a bad person?

• Why does my boyfriend always adjust himself in public?

• My wife dresses like a slut. How do I make her stop?

• My boyfriend’s number one friend on MySpace is his ex. Should I be concerned?

With he-said, she-said advice that is both raw and honest, What Do We Do Now? is sure to appeal to the podcast’s legion of fans, and attract a brand-new audience tired of the tried-and-not-so-true relationship manuals.

Expand title description text