Event: The Last Man Panel

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One last Man Panel at Matt and Tamsen's dating boot camp.

Are you in New York City tomorrow (Tuesday June 9th)? Are you somewhat confounded by men on the dating scene and want a little help? Please come by Lord & Taylor Manhattan (424 5th Avenue, 11th Floor) from 6 to 8 PM to get a little guy guidance.

Matt Titus and Tamsen Fadal (best friends, lovers, spouses and authors of Why Hasn’t He Called? and Why Hasn’t He Proposed?) have a great program for helping single women get their love lives squared away. This week's dating boot camp features date how tos. Do you talk about work? Do you offer to pay? Do you have a designated time for your friend to call you with an out? Is there such thing as top that is too low cut? Find out all of this and more more more.

And after you get through with The Date didactic comes the man mandates. The man panel has been erected (heh) to provide you with guy guidance. The answers are funny and frank (in my case, possibly too frank). This time around the panel consists of Ted Scofield (COO of Sexy Slang and a married serial monogamist), Hayden Lynch (nation editor for the awesome Thrillist.com, and very funny guy), Chance von Spiessbach (investment banker, international man of mystery, male model, and actor, check his handsome ass out at TakeAChance.tv), Max Gross (NY Post staffer, writer of From From Schlub To Stud and rocker of one of the sweetest Jew-Fros I've ever seen and me (Tom Miller).

No question is too loaded and no query is off-limits (please nothing about me being a ginger, thanks). The show is completely free, but please click here to RSVP (make sure to include "Dating Book Camp – Week 4" in the subject line). Learn more about the Dating Boot Camp. And learn more about Matt and Tamsen's programs and books.

See you there (unless you're scared).

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