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They were football-playing, drive-in-loving, T-bone-munching powerhouses. But has this change impacted how we men look at relationships? But I’d never come across a book on relationships before so I plopped down on a nearby armchair and opened up. For a one dollar-book I’m likely to find either something amazingly insightful or bizarrely awful. It’s a 200-page book with I’d say close to 200 definitions, roughly one definition per page.
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