Don, a leading Texas pussy vagrant, started off with the noble goal of teaching others how to swindle strangers out of sex. It's a cause that would consume and ultimately destroy him, but at the age 33, Don didn't know any of this. He only knew two things, and both of them were titties. With his thick, wavy hair going prematurely white -- a totally-worth-it side effect of mustache ride friction -- he wrote his first book on the thing he thought he did best: How To Pick Up Women In Discos.
Unfortunately, Don wasn't as great with language as he was with nipple play. He wrote like a man who spent elementary school crushing ass instead of learning sentence structure. He made love like a dream, but when he typed, his commas limply flopped into the wrong spots like a porn actor who lied on his resume. Don Diebel is first and foremost a lover, and not at all any kind of second thing. No publisher wanted his manuscript.
To circumvent the literary world's decency and taste, Don started his own publishing company. The newly founded Gemini Pub Co's first book, How To Pick Up Women In Discos, became an instant critical and financial failure. What happened? Well, Don Diebel can only spell "pusy," and he writes like eight of his fingers are trapped in a butt. Politics also played a part. It's easy to forget that women in 1980 had to file taxes as "female livestock or lipstick storage equipment," and they could still be arrested for removing the tuna from a Jell-O casserole recipe. Yet even during that era, Don's book on "picking up" women was seen as sexist. So Diebel bounced back in 1982 with the more gently titled THE COMPLETE GUIDE TO MEETING WOMEN. It was pretty much the same book.