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Published:May 16th, 2010 09:11 EST

Guys, Would You Accept Dating Advice From Madonna?

By Robert Paul Reyes


"Stars including Madonna, Demi Moore and Cameron Diaz have offered up their best dating advice for a new book designed to help men find girlfriends and keep them happy.


The relationship manual, titled That`s What SHE Said: Women Reveal What Men Really Need to Know, has been compiled by Punk`d producer T.J. Jefferson.

Madonna wants men to let their woman take charge - and advises them to dole out plenty of compliments.

She explains, `Women are here to smash man`s ego, plain and simple. Accept this and life will be better. Also women like it when men tell them they look nice. If you want more than that you will have to pay for it.`"

Madonna has had two failed marriages, and a string of relationships with men young enough to be her grandsons. It would profit aspiring songwriters to listen to Madonna`s advice on how to craft a pop song, but nobody in his right mind should heed Madge`s dating advice.

I can imagine the Queen of Pop chatting with her fellow cougars: A high school football practice is the best place to meet young men. I introduced myself to a high school football team, but none of the players had ever heard of me. I mentioned that a recent episode of Glee was dedicated to my songs, and the only gay in the football squad smiled in recognition. I then boasted that I was a gazillionaire, and most of the boys gave me their phone numbers.

Madonna advises men to let woman take charge - this coming from a woman who dates boys who look up to her as a mother figure. A real man will never let a woman take charge, and a real man would never have anything to do with a predatory cougar like Madonna.

"That`s What She Said", is a relationship manual for wimps and losers.

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