Comedians Bill Burr and Joe DeRosa, along with Robert Kelly have put-out a compelling, fun, and slightly sarcastic read called Cheat: A Manâ€™s Guide to Infidelity. With chapters titled, â€œGoing Global,â€ about cheating around the world, â€œGetting Out Aliveâ€ all about getting busted or getting out of the cheating game and the wonderfully apt â€œThe Art Of Deceitâ€ subtitled ‘Lying Like A Woman’ youâ€™re reallyÂ 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: â€œAfter all, if youâ€™re going to cheat, itâ€™s better for everyone if you donâ€™t get caught. This guide, if you take it seriously and pay attention, will teach you to cheat successfullyâ€ and the book â€œ…is gender specific for one reason: weâ€™re dudes. If we were chicks, we wouldâ€™ve written a book to help women act like pigs.â€
Given the above, nobody will expect this snarky tome to play to the ladies, but Cheat: A Manâ€™s Guide to Infidelity is a hoot, a primer for men doing it or thinking about doing itâ€¦or dealing with their guilt after the fact.