Nice Guys Don’t Get Laid

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Marcus Meleton is here to teach a new generation of Nice Guys how to become the disaster women ache for. You may have seen him on Geraldo, Montel, Leeza, or heard him on one of 100s of radio interviews. His satire is cutting and useful.

Women are from Venus? Men are from Mars? No … Women are from planet Bizarro and men are just confused. Meleton, who is now married with four kids, returns with a completely revised edition of Nice Guys Don t Get Laid.

Much has changed across the years, but one constant remains: Women go to bed with Bad Boys while Nice Guys can hardly get a woman to text them. The employed, clean-cut, loyal, intelligent Nice Guy cannot even compete with a tattooed, philandering, unemployed Bad Boy. He has no choice but to transform himself into the disaster women crave. Nice Guys Don’t Get Laid is just the book to aid in that transformation.

Outside of turning Nice Guys into chick magnets, Meleton’s satire has had unexpected consequences. His analysis is so effective that after reading his book women have responded by immediately dropping their Bad Boyfriend.

Meleton divides the male population into five groups – Mama’s Boy, Mr. Nice Guy, Mr. Average, Mr. Bad Boy, and Mr. Psycho. He provides a test to determine where you or your significant other best fits. In the sections 8 Easy Ways to Stick a Machete Into a Relationship and Traps the Nice Guy Should Avoid, Meleton gives us Nice Guy pitfalls. Meleton takes it a step further by providing the essentials in reprogramming the Nice Guy. His Brad Pitt Test immediately unveils the difference between the stench of rejection or a woman worth keeping. Meleton explains myths of female sexuality and diagrams a theory that will change your view of women forever.

Being a firm believer in what a woman says is rarely what she really means, Meleton constructed translation guides for Nice Guys to decipher woman-speak. When a man hears a woman say you are my best friend, she really means I have no sexual interest in you . Or, “never change” means, you are so easy to use just the way you are.

Women plead, “where are all the Nice Guys,” as they reward Bad Boys (rock stars, drug dealers, band members, gang leaders, and politicians) with their affection. You know when a woman is afflicted with, jerk-o-holism. She will talk about her mate, saying I’m the only one who understands him, when actually she is the only one who doesn t understand him or “my friends and family hate him,” not quite realizing they have every reason to.

For men afflicted with Nice-Guy-Itis, Meleton’s Bad Boy Instructional Manual should complete the Nice Guy transformation. Out with the NICE and in with the BAD. After reading Nice Guys Don’t Get Laid, the Nice Guy will finally become the sexually attractive jerk women always wished he could be.


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