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Friends unveil mysteries of the opposite sex in dating book

IN THE KNOW: A new book offers advice on relationships by analysing the thoughts of the opposite sex

MAN AND woman go head to head in the ultimate debate on the differences between the sexes in a new dating book written by two friends from south London.

Men and Women: Mystery Unveiled by Mary Agbabiaka and Rotimi Sowunmi promised to deliver candid and entertaining advice on relationships and arguing so that you don’t have to.

Everyone who has ever been in a relationship - or simply on a first date - has probably had one of the following heated discussions: "Why didn’t you call me?", "I’m just not ready for a relationship right now" and the classic, "You just take me for granted!"

After fifteen years of friendship - and proving men and women can just be platonic - Agbabiaka and Sowunmi decided to analyse these universal and frankly irritating misunderstandings between the opposite sex.

RELATIONSHIP ADVICE: Writers Mary Agbabiaka and Rotimi Sowunmi

Taking one large step, on behalf of bickering couples the world over, Men and Women: Mystery Unveiled provides a collection of frank, insightful and frequently hilarious conversations, hoping to reveal once and for all exactly what goes on inside your other half’s head.

Quick to point out that they are not relationship gurus - but rather real people who wanted to share their understanding of recurring relationship issue - Mary and Rotimi helpfully present their findings in a fun and relatable way with each chapter tackling a common misunderstanding.

UNVEILED:Men and Women: Mystery Unveiled claims it can reveal once and for all exactly what goes on inside your other half’s head

On the women’s side of the verbal boxing ring Agbabiaka explains women's train of thought when faced with mystifying behavior - from not taking the washing out to commitment phobias.

Doing it for the boys is Sowunmi, who defends his right not to put ten kisses after every text and explaining that a man is not cheating just because he's not talking as much.

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