Brandi Glanville’s hookup rules: no kissing, no staying the night & no actors


Here are some photos of Brandi Glanville at two events on Wednesday – the white blouse/beige skirt combo was for an appearance on Extra, then the black outfit was for a book signing at a Barnes & Noble. I don’t really care for either outfit, mostly because I think those twirly miniskirts are for girls in their teens or early 20s. Anyway, another day, another leak from Brandi’s new book. This time we’re hearing about Brandi’s dating rules, one of which is that she never kisses her hookups on the mouth. How Pretty Woman of her.

Brandi Glanville‘s never one to blanch at a little spicy talk, and the hot-bodied housewife didn’t let us down in a new Q&A with our friends at OK!, where she dishes about her favorite topics: suitors, social media and sex! The outspoken reality star who was famously married to Eddie Cibrian (and once hooked up with Gerard Butler) says she’s sworn off any men who make their living on a stage, court or field.

“It doesn’t ever seem to end well for me, and it’s usually more about them and their ego,” she said. “There’s a lot of ego stroking and other stroking that you have to do … it’s really hard to see the person you love on TV making out with another person. So no more actors for me and no more athletes, because there are just too many options for them. They could have any girl that they want — and they have them all.”

The 41-year-old mother-of-two said she’s looking for maturity and stability in her next mate, preferring a man who’s “five to eight years older,” and “has a dog or a plant that’s not fake, or something else that shows some level of commitment.”

One obstacle the outspoken Bravolebrity says she might have in her look for love is her penchant for controversial tweets, as she herself says that social media‘s ”ruining romance. Social media is making us incredibly unsocial, little by little,” she explained, noting that “no one wants weird pictures of themselves out on social media so it’s keeping us from being social and being able to interact without worrying … it’s ruining our trust in people.”

If she can’t find Mr. Right and has to settle for Mr. Right Now, at least she’s got the proper ground rules for the occasional booty call.

She explained, “There are three rules for a booty call: One is you don’t kiss. Two is you never stay the night. And three is, you have to choose wisely, because if you pick someone you’re emotionally invested in it can reopen bad feelings.”

Brandi’s new book Drinking & Dating: P.S. Social Media Is Ruining Romance is available now.

[From Radar]

Beyond the “no kissing” thing, her rules make sense to me. No actors (too self-absorbed), no staying the night (too awkward) and no emotional investment if all you’re trying to get is sex. If we really want to get at this the right way, I say we go all out and say “no talking unless it’s dirty” (to weed out the Hiddlestons of the world), bring your own ball gag (BYOBG) and leave the money on the bedside table. Even if the guy isn’t a hooker, it’s always classy to make your hookup feel cheap. “Here, baby, buy yourself some groceries and a new ball gag.”

Oh, and Brandi also did a radio interview yesterday where she said “once a cheater, always a cheater” and so obviously she believes Eddie is cheating or will cheat on LeAnn.



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  1. Elisabeth says:

    no kissing? what like a hooker?
    I’m not sure i would take dating or martial advice from Brandi

    • kimbers says:

      I had said that her conquests had me first thinking she was an escort and the site deleted my innocent thought after a while. Im thinking she is and that’s how she makes money. I could be wrong though….maybe.

    • mayamae says:

      I don’t know if this is in her book, but on the show a few weeks ago, she had this tip for her girlfriends -” If a guy is taking too long, tell him to choke you.”

  2. Flounder says:


    • John says:

      Me, too, in spite of myself.
      And herself.

    • Patricia says:

      Really? You love her? Because she has a breathalyzer in her car due to repeated drunk driving and she STILL tries to drive drunk, by her own admission. You may love her but she quite obviously has no love for anyone but herself and does not mind putting everyone on the road in danger.
      That behavior, to me, is just beyond.

      • John says:

        Yep. Nobody says you have to, too.

      • rlh says:

        @Patricia, that is not true. She HAD a breathalyzer. She has not said that she continues to drink and drive.

      • Sal says:

        There is no evidence that she is a repeat drunk driver. None whatsoever. She drove drunk once. Oh, and I think a lot of people misuse the word ‘drunk’. You can have one drink and be over the limit (hence the breathalyser), but that doesn’t make you actually “drunk”.

      • Delorb says:

        Totally agree with you Patricia. How much bad behavior can fans excuse? A lot apparently. Her rules for hooking up sound like something a prostitute would say.

      • norma warner says:

        Brandi uses a driver when she goes out. Don’t make crap up, Leann.

    • Bryan says:

      She ‘s a she beast!

  3. Stef Leppard says:

    No kissing? Does she get her rules from Pretty Woman?

  4. QQ says:

    Not for nothing But I agree with the Catfaced one on those, except the kissing thing, I always tell dudes ” if you aren’t gonna Rock My world, head to toe and completely, without halfsies or prudishness, Let me stay Home eating oreos and watching porn” and kissing and good foreplay is kinda integral part of that, I dont even shade her for casual sex I shade her for being an indiscreet drunk idiot that has two kids and is old enough to know and play herself better

  5. anomie says:

    the skirt is NOT her length

  6. Kiddo says:

    “There are three rules for a booty call: One is you don’t kiss. Two is you never stay the night. And three is, you have to choose wisely, because if you pick someone you’re emotionally invested in it can reopen bad feelings.”

    Don’t those rules sound remarkably similar to rumored street girl rules? At least the kissing part, I could swear I’ve seen/heard that in a documentary.

    • blue marie says:

      You know now that you mention it, I think maybe it was on HBO? The rules do sound a bit familiar.

      • paranormalgirl says:

        “Pretty Woman.”

      • blue marie says:

        Ha, I thought that when I first started reading the post but there was a documentary done where they talked to a few prostitutes and this was one of her rules. I had to go look it up but it’s called “Hookers at the Point” it was a good documentary but so sad at the same time.

    • Amanduh says:

      Is the documentary called Pretty Woman? ;)

      • Kiddo says:

        No, I actually did watch a documentary on ex and current street prostitutes, even though the line may have been in Pretty Woman, (they probably spoke with hookers themselves, before the film). As a side note, it was completely depressing, although some managed to find some footing after the fact, they all were still left with emotional scars. Some who had been out for a while were trying to help those still in.

  7. BeckyR says:

    and people actually BUY this crap?

  8. Hautie says:

    “Once a cheater. Always a cheater”….

    Interesting, didn’t she state not too long ago, she cheated too, during that marriage?

    • Erinn says:

      I didn’t hear that. I did hear that she admitted she was dating during the separation, before the divorce was final. Which I think is completely fair considering he was living with the jumpoff by then.

    • Jessica says:

      What she said was technically you could say she cheated because she dated while she was separated from Eddie but before her divorce was final.

    • Sal says:

      No, she never said that at all, in fact, on the contrary. She has repeatedly denied she cheated but she said knowing now what she does, she wishes she did cheat.

  9. GoodNamesAllTaken says:

    This will sound like judging, and I’m really not. To each their own. But I really don’t want to have sex with someone I don’t want to kiss. If I don’t have at least that much connection with them, I think I would feel unfulfilled. Just ringing someone’s doorbell, saying “don’t kiss me,” having sex, getting dressed, shaking hands? Going home alone. I would feel sad, I think.

    • Stef Leppard says:

      GoodNames, ITA. That is why I have never had the desire to have a one-night stand. I’d rather get my own rocks off than do it with some (possibly disease-ridden) dude I didn’t even like. Because that is the gist of one of her rules: don’t have casual sex with someone you like. How does she even enjoy it?

      • NorthernGirl_20 says:

        Ha! I was going to come comment that that is what vibrators are for lol. I’d much rather be in a commited relationship (which I am – married 7 years now) then have random one night stands with random men that I don’t even want to kiss – eww.. and the diseases out there.. just yuck! And how does she even enjoy it? I need to be comfortable and need the other person to know how to please me and vice versa before I can have pleasurable and meaningful s@x. I just don’t get it.

    • gg says:

      Yes it’s a sad shallow statement. How bout just sleeping with guys you really really like, like normal people do. Kissing is the best part.

      Note to B: Take your power back and just get a vibrator!

      • This might be completely TMI (in fact, I know it is, but I’m gonna say it anyway–don’t judge me celebitches, I’m young!)–I recently bought my first vibrator from Amazon…and oh my Lord. I ain’t getting a boyfriend anytime soon. Not unless he comes with double A batteries and honeybuns ;)

      • HappyMom says:


      • Amanduh says:

        @ Virgillia: you’re adorable. I think I called in sick to work for a couple of days when I got my first vibrator (which I broke later on, lol) When we’re out of batteries, my hubby asks to borrow some from my stash :)
        They’re awesome…no shame and enjoy!!

      • GoodNamesAllTaken says:

        Enjoy, VC. It will improve your um, responses when you go back to a boyfriend. Every woman should have one, IMO.
        Amanduh, that’s hilarious.

      • gg says:

        Virgilia – you go honey! The earlier (most) women discover vibrators, the better sex is. I only know one female that doesn’t like them and she puts it down to oversensitivity issues.

        Amanduh, I did a similar thing. ;)

      • Ginger says:

        Since we are sharing: I got my first one rather late in life after my best friend got hers and told me how amazing it was. I spent some time wishing I had done it sooner. You certainly won’t regret it!

      • littlestar says:

        Good for you girl!!! I have the “bunny” vibrator (made famous from Sex and the City), damn it’s great! I bought it when I was 22 – why did I wait so long?! And Amazon is a great place to buy sex toys from – very discreet shipping and awesome selection :D .

      • That’s what happens when my mom gives me a 100 dollar gift card for my birthday–I spend it on vibrators, movies, and romance novels! I’ve been looking through, trying to find the older novels from the 80s (as I think they are better written and have better stories than the contemporary crap)–I LOVE Jennifer Wilde! I still can’t believe it was a dude!

        littlestar–when I have enough money, I’m gonna go for a bunny one to, ahem, compare.

      • mayamae says:


        The problem with a lot of romance novels from the 1980s is most of them were “bodice rippers” where non-consensual sex ruled the day. In fact many romance fans like to joke and call it “love at first rape”. It’s hard to go back and read some old favorites because current romance novelists stick with consensual sex, and it’s shocking to go back to the old days.

      • Sal says:

        Theres an old joke – why do men exist? Because vibrators can’t mow the lawn. lol Battery operated ones don’t do it for me, I like the high-speed electric body massagers.

      • keep says:


        Which one did you buy? I have the bunny one and it doesn’t do anything for me :(

      • Sloane Wyatt says:

        @Virgilia, I skipped highschool to catch a ‘buzz’. Use your little friend before going out on a date, that way you keep your wits about you!

        @keep, My friends and I swear by the Magic Wand.

      • Lauraq says:

        Amanduh-I also broke my first vibrator within a month of buying it-oops!
        Funny story-I went to buy my first vibrator a few days after I turned 18, because I had been having sex before but was between boyfriends, and I’m not the casual sex kind (no judgement, just not for me). The lady checking IDs at the door rolled her eyes at me and said, really snidely, ‘Well, you didn’t waste any time, did you?’ I wanted to be like, ‘Bitch, you work at a sex emporium! Loosen up!’
        Oh, and also, once you do get a boyfriend, you can use the vibrator to have a ‘threesome’. Lots of fun.

    • Megan says:

      I agree I know some people are fine with it and its their body so go for it. However, personally I would be left feeling cheap, sad and less (if that makes sense).

  10. Zbornak Syndrome says:

    She seriously needs to consider lower hemlines. No kissing? Riiiight. Because kissing can get you pregnant, catch more diseases, and you’ll lose your dignity faster through kissing than just plain ole sex with random strangers. Besides, kissing can be romantic, and a ho don’t need that! You can use me as your c%m dumpster and use my throat as your own personal toilet- but wait… KISS ME??? Oh helz NO son! Logic ya’ll!
    This basic bitch think she be Vivian from “Pretty Woman”. Brandi, Vivian GOT her prince.

  11. Lark says:

    I’ve said it before, but everyone in this sordid triangle is beyond tiresome. It’s been five years, they ALL need to move on.

    Also, am I the only one having a very, very hard time “buying” her I’m broke schtick? She’s likely making at least 100k a year off of Real Housewives, even after taxes and paying her agent. Not to mention she’s probably made at least a million or two off of her novels, since the first one was quite successful. Eddie, as gross as he is, does pay her child support too. I’m sure she makes money for “appearances” too….Somehow, she manages to afford obvious botox and designer clothes. She could probably have a nice, middle to upper-middle class life & house if she was willing to move somewhere like Simi Valley or Santa Clarita (areas that are about 40 minutes from Beverly Hills and have good schools). She could still have a nice life if she lived in L.A. but not in the Westside, Los Feliz, or Beverly Hills. But I guess she defines “nice” by Eddie’s gold-digging standards. I get that it would suck to have to down-size, especially after having such a douchey ex living in the lap of luxury, but that’s life & she probably could be financially secure if she did so….

    • gg says:

      She has no use for practicality. She’s busy keeping up with the Kardashians.

    • littlestar says:

      Completely agree, Lark! She’s said before she wants her kids to go to private schools – what the hell for?! Are there not good public schools in and around LA? Private schools sounds like a huge waste of money to me, ESPECIALLY when you don’t have the income to afford to send your kids to one.

      • Sacred And Profane says:

        And there’s loads of evidence, all around the world, that private education has absolutely no benefit over public education. In fact, Australia’s public schools so often outperform the elite and expensive private schools, that it’s completely idiotic to keep believing that private schools provide a “better” education. Sure, they may have better playing fields or more modern computers, but the standard of education does not correlate with the annual fees. Private schools, in my opinion, are a massive con, rip-off and simply play into the minds (and wallets) of people who need to feel superior.

      • Christin says:

        I agree with this. In my area, some people are willing to pay to send their kids to private, faith-based schools, which is certainly their perogative (even though several mention they struggle to afford it). However, most of the people I know who send their kids there do so more for ‘protecting’ their kids than the religious instruction. As if a private school is full of ‘better’ kids than public schools.

  12. Melissa says:

    I kinda get where she’s coming from with the no kissing thing…usually its an intimacy saved for boy/girl friends. I don’t think cuddling should happen in those cericumstances either. It blurs the lines, at least for me anyway. My only experience in a situation like that had those things and it made it harder, for me at least, to not become attached.

    • HappyMom says:

      But there’s no intimacy in having sex?! Um, What?

      • Melissa says:

        Of course there is, but in a situation like that, pure hookup or fwb situation…where there won’t be a relationship happening its just pure getting your rocks off. That’s why other than that one situation, Ive never done it nor will I ever do it again. Alls I’m saying, is not everyone is looking to be in a relationship, whether that’s right for you or not, is YOUR CHOICE. Not everyone has the same morale compass as yourself. Alls I was stating was MY experience with that kind of situation and how kissing and cuddling made me become attached, which in a fwb situation, is excatly what both partys are trying to avoid yes?

    • HappyMom says:

      @Melissa-I’m not slut shaming her. If she wants to sleep with a hundred guys-whatever. I’m happily married now-but in my single days I was no angel. What I’m pointing out is the weirdness of avoiding kissing-like the sexual act itself is not intimate. All of it is intimate-and both can absolutely lead to the feelings of being attached.

      • Melissa says:

        Yes, youre right there. That’s why I myself, can’t do situations like that. Unfortunately, not everyone views sex as intimate. Some people sex and feelings are divisible. That’s why imo fwb usually don’t work out because one of the people involved usually ends up wanting more.

  13. Um, if I’m going to be naked and sweaty with someone, I better be able to kiss him. I don’t get that. That’s trying to make you look classy/cool. Except not.

    And I don’t believe in once a cheater always a cheater—Eddie’s issue is that he wants to have his cake and eat it too…repeatedly. He’s a spoiled, man child, wh0re who has no concept of loyalty or trust. I mean, Leann better watch it. Because how you treated the last one, is how you will treat the next one. Now THAT I believe in.

  14. Jayna says:

    So a guy is good enough for her to put her mouth on his peen and to let him put it in her vagina, but she can’t kiss him.

    Note to Intellectually Deprived and Not Terribly Original Brandi: In Pretty Woman, she was a hooker. She got paid for sex. She didn’t enjoy it, turning many tricks a day. It was a job and a degrading one at that, so much so that that was the only thing that let her keep her soul and something left for her and enabled her to get through it . You are having sex for enjoyment supposedly, with random men, which I would think would include the whole sexual experience. But nice to know your vagina is for any penis, but a sensual kiss is saved for the special ones. Because there’s nothing intimate about a man inside you or your mouth on a man’s prized jewels. LOL

    If I don’t want to kiss a man, I certainly don’t want to have sex with a man. Let’s face it, she probably kisses a lot of them because she didn’t have a clue it was going to be a one-night stand and they had no desire to call her back.

    I find Brand to be a very shallow, empty, sad woman.

    • Erinn says:

      I’m not going to shade her for enjoying sex – there’s too much of that attitude towards women in general. It’s her body, let her do what she wants with it. We live in a world where women are completely ripped on for this behavior and men are high-fived for getting all the chicks they can. And to me, that’s sad. Personal opinions of Brandi aside; I really hate shaming on the sexual behaviors of adults that are completely legal, and that aren’t overlapping with a current relationship that doesn’t agree with that kind of thing.

      • Jennifer12 says:

        I agree that you shouldn’t shame her for having (hopefully safe) sex with consenting adults, but she just doesn’t seem happy to me about it. And l do like Brandi. She seems a little sad, like she’s trying to be someone she’s not because she doesn’t have what she really wants (stable marriage). But I could be wrong. And I squirm a little for her kids- they’re not babies anymore and kids can talk in school.

      • Jayna says:

        Actually, I think Gerard Butler and his type, known for lots and lots of random hookups, are dissed on here all the time. His type on here are called man-whores, gross, etc. So I don’t think they are high-fived.

        BUT that wasn’t my point anyway. I have plenty of friends who have had one night stands. I did in college few times. But most have that deflated look when not called back the next day, even though saying they don’t care. And if truth be told, I was the same way. But past that, because sexual desire is a great thing and most people have gotten lost in it and acted on it, it’s her highly unoriginal remark about not kissing from a movie about a hooker.

        She turns everything into something very un-hot and clinical sounding when she discusses her sex life in interviews and her book, never sensual and passionate. Something comes off from her as shallow and desperate in her sex life, not a confident, sensual woman. I do find her sad. It’s my opinion.

      • Kiddo says:

        If a guy wrote a book with rules about hook-ups, no kissing and whatnot, I would find him unattractive. Even if he was hot. It’s like emotionally he is completely shut off. It would almost be more palatable to pay someone for sex if it’s just body parts that you want.

      • MrsB says:

        It is a double standard, and I have no problem with what she chooses to do in her sexual life. However, I do wish she wouldn’t write about it because she has 2 young boys. How are they going to feel when they grow up and read that? Or their friends at school make fun of them because they’ve read it. I mean, I’m sorry but I would want to gouge my eyes out if I read something like that about my mom.

      • Jennifer12 says:

        I do not find people who hook up with random people just to have sex palatable, no matter what the gender might be. Erica Jong wrote about it back in the 70s, in Fear of Flying, and she basically said that to try to achieve freedom through having sex with whoever, whenever, basically emptied the act and reduced everything to meaningless nothingness. (I am not quoting exactly here; she was much more eloquent.) I have no issues with sexuality or nudity, but I don’t see where having sex with people you barely know, with no investment personally or emotionally, makes sense. It’s not safe healthwise or emotionally or physically (why let someone you barely know get you naked and vulnerable?). If you’re having sex with someone, you’re looking for some kind of connection, no matter what kind it might be. Brandi strikes me as someone who says she is over what happened, and isn’t. That kind of betrayal cuts deeply and lasts a long time. Maybe if Eddie had some humility about what he did, and treated her with kindness, she would have healed sooner. Realizing you were married to a sociopathic loser who enjoys tormenting you and now has a sidekick with money that aids him in that quest has to destroy whatever trust you might have had left. But I was never the type to hook up, so maybe that’s why I don’t get it. I always believed that sex was something you shared with someone you loved and wanted to connect with.

      • Kiddo says:

        @MrsB, I’m not sure it is, in this particular circumstance, a double standard. Like I said above, if a guy had written a book like this, he would give me the skeeves. And it’s not about the idea of ONS hook-ups for sex, it’s the rules that sound completely dehumanizing. But I do think it’s the type of thing that would be better not put to paper. Or how about putting to paper something of value, like carefully screening people and wearing protection?

      • MrsB says:

        @Kiddo You’re right, when I said double standard, I was referring more to the notion that some people still have that guys can sleep around, but girls shouldn’t. (I have grown up in the deep south so that idea is probably more prevalent than other parts of the country) But I guess that really isn’t what Brandi is being criticized for. I don’t want to hear about anybody’s sex life, keep it private!!

    • shellybean says:

      I agree with everything you just said, Jayna!

    • someone says:

      I agree with everything Jayna said too!! Still laughing at the mouth on the peen part but no kissing lol.

    • ya says:

      I’m not sure what to think about her….. she really doesn’t look well, physically, in the pictures above, and she was beautiful back in some pictures in early 2009, prior to splitting from Eddie.

      Maybe she’s been in some kind of self-destructive cycle since then – who knows…. very sad if that’s the case though.

  15. Maria says:

    Eh, she’s just too much at this point, and not in a good way.

    I couldn’t care less about the ONS (I certainly enjoyed myself in my twenties) but if I willingly allow a man inside me, he damn sure better kiss me.

    No shade thrown her way as we all have our preferences, I just would feel disrespected…

    On a further note, she is NOT the one to talk about communication given her tactless mannerisms, I won’t even touch the unflattering pictures remark…

  16. NerdMomma says:

    LOL Kaiser! I clicked on this story thinking I’d be bored back into doing my work, and then you hit me with BYOBG. “It’s always classy to make your hookup feel cheap.” I just about spit out my coffee from laughing so hard. That was out of nowhere and it made my day.

  17. Nadeni says:

    Yeah, I don’t understand the no kissing thing either. But on Vanderpump Rules (guilty pleasure), Jax and Kristen (for those who don’t watch, Jax was Kristen’s boyfriend’s best friend and her best friend’s ex boyfriend) had sex twice and claimed they never kissed. For some reason they thought that was more personal.

  18. shellybean says:

    She is so gross. And she needs to wear longer skirts because her legs are way too skinny and it’s not a good look.

  19. Goddess says:

    Wow, I truly am fascinated. I never knew hooking up had so many dos and donts. I don’t like casual sex, never done it and never will due to my religious and moral beliefs, but if my fantasy self were to share one night with Benedict Cumberbatch I would kiss him till my lips turn blue LOL. I’ve always wondered, wouldn’t the no-kissing mechanics dial down the intimacy and sexual arousal of the whole act? I’ve always liked kissing during intercourse. IMO It’s both an appetizer and dessert. it sort of brings the ride full circle for me. :-)

    • gg says:

      Goddess, you are definitely not alone there.

    • Ginger says:

      Kissing is key! ITA. My ex-husband couldn’t/wouldn’t kiss me most of the time. ONE reason why he’s an ex. My second husband however…lets just say I’m very happy! I don’t get Brandi’s reasoning at all.

  20. Reece says:

    Gerard Butler…that’s all.

    • gg says:

      I cannot look at him as an attractive man anymore after hearing about that. He’s just another sleazeball to me now. Thanks for tainting him, Blandi.

  21. nk868 says:


    i do think the beige skirt looks better than the black one (that whole black outfit is not… great) and she’s SO THIN that adding some volume is flattering on her. my hips/butt are enormous so i could never pull off one of those skirts

  22. Grant says:

    She would have looked lovely in that white blouse and khaki skirt if the skirt had been a pencil skirt.

  23. loveisthecoal says:

    I generally think those skirts are ridiculous, but if I had her legs I’d probably be wearing them too. Serious leg envy here.

  24. laura says:

    I do not believe this woman is 41 more like 45! Every women that i met (after 30) in Beverly Hills lie or lied about their age…

    • ya says:

      I looked at some pictures of her from early 2009, prior to her split with Eddie – she looked beautiful then. I saw some pics from after the split – in late 2009, and she looked like she had aged 10-15 years in a few months, plus she had developed that cat-faced look which she has now.

      (the pics are all from getty images)

      It just makes me wonder if she’s been in a self-destructive cycle ever since the split.

  25. Megan says:

    Agree with her about the dog/plant thing I think it makes sense.

    however, her hook up rules are well sounds like Brandi is working Hollywood Blvd.

  26. emmie_a says:

    If she stopped with the fillers and extensions I think she’d look good and not nearly as cheap as she looks now.

  27. Zwella Ingrid says:

    How is this new book of hers selling?

    • Jessica says:

      Very well. It made the NYT Bestseller’s list in the first week.

      • LeLe25 says:

        Did it? I didn’t see it on the list. Is it in a specific category?

      • someone says:

        I have to give credit where credit is due – her book seems to be doing well. Her book made the NY Times Best Seller list as #4 for E-books nonfiction, #16 for Hardcover nonfiction, and #10 for E-book and Hardcover Combined. I was surprised to see this as she never cracked the top 100 on Amazon during the week. It will be interesting to see how it drops the second week. Looks like she did well enough to probably get another book offer though.

      • LeLe25 says:

        Thanks for the info @Someone. I kept seeing people say she made the list, but when I looked yesterday I could not see it anywhere. I checked today though, and it’s there. I too was surprised due to the lack of reviews on Amazon, but perhaps people are just enjoying the book without feeling the need to report on it.

      • someone says:

        LeLe25, in another article it pointed out that any pre-sales get recorded as actual sales on the first day a book hits the market. So it could be the 6+ months of pre-sales that helped the book hit the best seller list this week. It will be interesting to see how next week goes. Like I said, I have to give her credit – she really is pushing this book and it seems to be working for her. Go figure.

      • Christin says:

        She does seem to hustle and promote her books. I never thought the first book would do as well as it did. Whether you agree with the tactics, she does seem able to end up with sales.

  28. Anon says:

    She must not think too much of her boys. At this point, Eddie might be able to explain his behavior to his boys, at least he remarried and his wife seems to treat the boys decent. (yes, I know they cheated and twittered) Now their mom, seems to have no respect for herself. Both parents should realize their kids are watching, will be reading the internet and books and history repeats itself. Break the cycle, boys.

  29. HappyMom says:

    I guess I lack imagination or need more to get warmed up-but I don’t get the logistics of hooking up without kissing. Back in my single days, kissing was how I knew if I really did have chemistry with someone. How do you go from being out to dinner or at a club and flirting to just sex without kissing? I’m really having trouble with this.

  30. Anguishedcorn says:

    What about Russell Crowe?….

  31. peaches mcdooby says:

    every time i come to this site there is this stupid woman on it

    hasn’t she had her 15 minutes already?

    she opens her mouth and i cringe…and i feel so bad for her kids.

    she worries about being called a bully in front of her kids but being a ho ho is ok?

    she needs to shut up, sober up, close up and be a real mom.

  32. Penguin says:

    Mutton dressed as lamb.

  33. Dirty Martini says:

    These poor boys are adorable and have absolutely no role models for living happy, healthy and productive lives. What a shame.

    I’m literally confounded that she thinks she will find a real, meaningful life partner. Look at how she lives her life. Drunk. Bragging about hookups. And letting her tampon. String show and her breast hang out of her dress.

    Yeah… partner material no doubt for a man of worth.

    Cash in, chicka. You are going to need it. You are flying solo permanently and won’t have any help or backup.

  34. DeeVine says:

    Forgot the most important rule of all: Cash in advance only