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This is the new dating bible for Rules Girls who want to have a good time dating without getting hurt or played.

About the Author Ellen Fein and Sherrie Schneider are two of the best-known names in the dating world.

This isn’t Girls or Sex and The City: respect yourself, respect your body.” She has pinpointed The Rules’ best resonance. You want him to fall in love with your soul.” Never accept business cards, says Fein, you might be tempted to call him: “They must take your number.” Men call when they are ready, Schneider says. “We know what works with men,” says Schneider, with a shrug. Even if he has no money and you have a mansion he should take you out for pizza.” If you’re suppressing the real you, that’s not good. “These women are like Samantha in Sex and the City. But as that is so gender and hetero-specific it doesn’t follow.

“You can sleep with a guy on a first date, but afterwards don’t ask ‘Am I gonna hear from you? “Clinginess does damage.” Ideally, when should you sleep with him? “By the time the guy proposes or says ‘I love you, we’re exclusive’, you can share more,” Schneider says. “In every gay relationship, like Ellen De Generes’s, there’s a more masculine one, the mover-shaker,” says Schneider. In every relationship Ellen has been the one to get hurt, like by that partner (Anne Heche) who decided she wasn’t gay.” How does Schneider know? Every guy wants the ‘It Girl’.” “You can trash us,” Schneider concludes, “but this works.” What if The Rules don’t feel like “you”? And that, in a blur of tight dresses, long hair and kittenish game-playing, is The Rules all over.

A week before her husband proposed he asked about the book she was writing and “almost fell off his chair” when she told him about The Rules, but “totally agrees with it”, she adds.

He was a “player” and she walked away when they first met. He calls her “ten times a day”, which apparently isn’t tiresome. She and Fein must hate Lena Dunham’s drama Girls, featuring a group of twentysomething Brooklyn women in vintage dresses having rubbish sex.

Do place an online dating ad — but then wait for it to be answered. We tell them they should look like they have a fabulous life.” Schneider and Fein have seen about 1,000 clients and claim a 100 per cent success rate.

“Work can only make you so happy,” Schneider claims.

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