Cheat: A Man’s Guide To Infidelity
Comedians Bill Burr and Joe DeRosa, along with Robert Kelly have put-out a compelling, fun, and slightly sarcastic read called Cheat: A Man’s Guide to Infidelity. With chapters titled, “Going Global,” about cheating around the world, “Getting Out Alive” all about getting busted or getting out of the cheating game and the wonderfully apt “The Art Of Deceit” subtitled ‘Lying Like A Woman’ you’re really bound to get all you ever need from this little soft cover.
What I especially like is when the guys, and not just the authors here, weigh-in with real life anecdotes, and the comments made in response to what are usually horror tales of guys out-ted or feeling supreme guilt. And while Cheat will not win any fans in the cementing-hetero-relationships-for-the-better department as the intro states: “After all, if you’re going to cheat, it’s better for everyone if you don’t get caught. This guide, if you take it seriously and pay attention, will teach you to cheat successfully” and the book “…is gender specific for one reason: we’re dudes. If we were chicks, we would’ve written a book to help women act like pigs.”
Given the above, nobody will expect this snarky tome to play to the ladies, but Cheat: A Man’s Guide to Infidelity is a hoot, a primer for men doing it or thinking about doing it…or dealing with their guilt after the fact.