Malcolm's a man in his midthirties, very tall and quite handsome too He's also a successful manager of a restaurant, has money in the bank and is a bachelor looking for true love Would he still be an eligible bachelor though, if he was still a virgin? Would he still be desired, if he wore spectacles and was a little bit of a geek? Truth is, Malcolm is a wonderful man, but he seriously lacks confidence He's been in love with the same woman for three years, yet she doesn't even know it and people would rather bully him, than offer him a real friendship Malcolm leads a very dull and routine driven life However, that's about to change with the introduction of Dexter, a South Londoner, with enough swagger, nerve and craziness for the both of themAn adult comedy about one man's desire to be someone, followed by his dream to become a nobody yet again This book made me happy in places I didn't think I could be happy It's basically a story between two male friends, with a lot of sexiness thrown into the mix Malcolm is a geek, Candy is stupid, Sally is a shy girl waiting to come out and Mrs Pufflewoo is an old woman who can't speak very good English With so many strong characters, it was hard to see them all gelling together, but in came Dexter (the craziest character of all) to amazingly put it all together Great characters, funny at every page turn and a crazy book about friendships and sex that I found very hard to put down.If you want a book that is going to make you smile and shock you all the time, I haven't read one like this in a long time. With this book, what you see on the cover, is what you get A book full of craziness, sex and comedy It's definitely not a book that offers so much, then fails to deliver, because this just keeps on giving chapter by chapter I laughed, I gasped, I almost died of embarrassment reading it For a silly little comedy about two men, this sure does have a way of making you connect with its characters. So rude, so funny! I loved this book It was very crude and very funny I absolutely love Dexter by far one of the best characters I've ever read in a book Such a mess, so misunderstood, so adorable Loved, loved, loved him.