From the moment he sees his future wife across a smoke-filled college keg party, Michael Crider has a strong hunch that his single days are numbered.In between that moment of early understanding and his sweaty presence years later at the altar, however, Crider missteps, stalls, and resists like a true man's man.
Refreshingly honest and laugh-out-loud funny, The Slow and Inevitable Crawl Toward Happily Ever After should also appeal to the long-suffering women in their lives who, for better or worse, recognize their men in its pages.Crider (The Guy's Guide to Surviving Pregnancy, Childbirth, and the First Year of Fatherhood ) offers a uniquely male viewpoint on meeting the parents, popping the question, and settling down after the Michael Crider is the author of The Guy’s Guide to Surviving Pregnancy, Childbirth, and the First Year of Fatherhood, and The Guy’s Guide to Dating, Getting Hitched, and Surviving the First Year of Marriage. Hello Gentlemen, New Year’s is coming soon, and I know you may be feeling the slight twinge of singlehood in the back of your head.Another year has gone by, and what you do plan to do next year?If you plan on finding a girl, I’m going to give you some advice on how NOT to pick her up.
That’s right, sometimes learning from your mistakes is the only way you can really find someone special. Don’t try to pick up a girl on a bus, plane, train without striking up a mutual friendly conversation first.One time, I saw a guy try to pick up a girl on the bus.Apparently they had seen each other before on the bus, and he was trying REALLY hard to get her to date him.This girl was hilarious, because she was frank with him and was like, you don’t even have a job and hitting on her on a bus was not her idea of a good time.Being REALLY persistent RIGHT away is a huge turn-off for women.Remember, women are usually pretty freaked out by strangers approaching them and she has no idea if you’re a serial killer or a teddy bear, but it’s in her best interest to protect herself from harm.