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"WTF are Men Thinking?" Book reveals men's deepest thoughts

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What do men really think about women? It's a question that females have been pondering for centuries. And these authors believe they finally has some answers.

We're getting the truth on questions like -- will he cheat on me? Does he care if I make more money than him?

This book shows actual questions from women. A diagram shows how men answered the question, and then a few men's responses are given too.

While some man stereotypes were upheld, others were totally broken.

"WTF Are Men Thinking?" This book reveals what's going on in a guy's head.

Each chapter cuts through the boloney and gets us the straight answers on dating, sex, romance, marriage, commitment and work.

Are men intimidated by women in a higher position? Why are men so messy?

Valley researchers Christopher Byra and Miguel Almaraz collected the data.

"We were talking to this colleague, she wanted to know what men were thinking, we started wondering do more people think that?" says Byra.

The authors got their colleague's questions answered and realized they could do the same for other women.

Women wrote in their most pressing questions and the authors polled 250,000 men. Their answers were put in the book.

"Now you have a concept as to how guys are thinking," says Almaraz.

What's the best way to tell a man I'm upset about something? 87.5 percent of men say, break it to me easy.

Dancing: does he like it or just tolerate it? 52 percent say, yeah, I like it.

"There are some stereotypes true as the day is long," says Byra.

What irks men the most about being in a relationship? 48 percent say its loss of freedom.

Is it ok for me to ask him out? 82 percent of men say yes it is ok.

What grosses men out about women? 61 percent say personal hygiene.

What makes him commit? That's a good one. Personality. 33 percent say it makes him commit.

This one was shocking. More than 80 percent want to give up control to their women. They don't care if their women make more money than them -- they want women to ask them out.

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