Madonna & Demi Offer Dating Tips...
Demi, Madonna offer dating tips
Ashton Kutcher and Demi Moore (WENN.COM)
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 and features a foreword from the prank TV show's star Ashton Kutcher.
Kutcher's wife, Demi Moore, has contributed and doles out her own tips, urging men not to be selfish in bed or in matters of love.
Moore writes, "If you want to get our clothes off focus on what you're giving, not on what you can get! You may be able to score once - but we can smell the stink of selfish desires a mile away and are not interested. Women are caretakers by nature, don't take it for granted. The romance we are looking for comes from being appreciated."
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."
The book also includes notes from Diaz, who admits she enjoys "losing herself in wonder of love, beauty and sexiness", Lake Bell who urges men not to be too "pushy" and Soleil Moon Frye who claims "We like it dirty just like you..."
The book's author Jefferson tells Fox News, "It's a fun read, but you can find something in there that can really help your relationship and stop you from sleeping on the couch that night. You've got people like Madonna giving advice in the book, but then you've got housewives in the Midwest and teachers and nurses. It might be hard for someone to relate to what Madonna is saying, but most of us can relate to everyday people, people that aren't famous and aren't in the spotlight - they need to be heard as well."
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