There’s a reason why some women are bitches to their husband

All the things you think about saying to your man…but never have.

Notes to My Future Husband: A Bitch’s Guide to Our Happily Ever After is a hilariously candid collection of tips on life, love, and everything in between for the modern woman.Whether dating or considering walking down the aisle, this little guide book offers hundreds of tips to keep it real in a contemporary relationship, in which sex, family, marriage, and tolerating each other’s bad habits are handled with scathing accuracy.

It’s a picture of an ideal relationship for a new generation silly and sexually liberal:

Notes on Me – The Coquette

I have nothing against big box or discount stores— I love Target, and I’ll chainsaw through a TJ Maxx like Rachel Zoe on crack—but please don’t ever make me shop at Wal-Mart. That place sucks the life force right out of me.

Notes on Living Together

Diet Coke…not Coke, Pepsi, Coke Zero, or F**king Diet Dr. Pepper. And if you take the last one out the fridge, we’re gonna have problems. Big Problems.

Notes on Special Occasions

Nothing says “I forgot until this morning” like a scented lotion gift set.

Notes on Food

If we have ham and you leave less than three slices in the package, you should just stab me in my sleep. What am I supposed to do with less than three pieces of ham? Dry my tears?

Notes on Marriage

If you want to run off and get married without telling anyone, I’m totally down. It can’t be Vegas, though. That’s a tacky Cliché. It’d have to be somewhere awesome and bizarre, like Machu Picchu.

This guide book is perfect for any seriously awesome bitch—or the man who loves her!

About the Author:

The Coquette is the advice columnist for The Daily, the first national daily news publication app.  Smirking but never cynical, and not to mention seriously snarky, The Coquette’s identity has never been revealed, but that doesn’t seem to matter to her 500,000+ devoted fans.


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Heather Buen

Heather has lived in Dallas-Fort Worth for over 10 years. The quintessential multi-tasker, she splits her time with her children and navigating the city. As a single mom she has a large network of friends, family & supporters – believing in the saying “It takes a village to raise a child.” You can find her on Twitter at @dallassinglemom 

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