Not a match my true tales of online dating disasters
Donovan has a wicked sense of humor, and his commentary had me cracking up. - The date which resulted in this: Courtney: "What are the hardest drugs you've ever done? Can it go with iced tea or diet root beer, because that's all I have in the house. I recommend this if you're in the mood for laughing out loud.I don't know if his stories are all true, though he says they are, but man... "Brian: "Well, I've tried pretty much everything, but I usually stick with the light stuff."[Wildly untrue. If I tried dialing a heroin delivery service, my telephone would laugh and send me a text that said "Who are you kidding? It’s Not A Match is a book about one man’s journey into online dating.I'd tried pretty much nothing and don't really know what "the light stuff" means, except maybe light beer, which I'm horribly allergic to. From women who spontaneously broke down into uncontrollable sobbing during sex to women who criticized him for taking medication during a date on national TV, Brian Donovan has had a lot of bad experiences with and OKCupid.But you can't say 'beer upsets my tummy' to the girl you're trying to out as a druggie, so I did the best I could.]Courtney: Cool. Lame date results in knowledge of heroin delivery service, simply by asking one slightly inappropriate question. Divided pretty evenly between personal advice for online daters and his own disaster stories, the book was both entertaining and enlightening, but above all, this book was funny. It was occasionally amusing, if not something about which I am not particularly knowledgeable, since I am married, and have not tried online dating.There were at least some jokes and weird stories about bad dates.
What he got for his Herculean effort was a parade of 'bat shit crazy'.
Brian Donovan, a writer and comedian whose work has appeared on Late Night with Jimmy Fallon, NPR, and Chapelle's Show, has been40 million people in the US have tried Internet dating, which means 40 million people have probably gone on some pretty crappy dates.
Brian Donovan, a writer and comedian whose work has appeared on Late Night with Jimmy Fallon, NPR, and Chapelle's Show, has been on over 100 Internet dates in a genuine search for love and happiness.
Thankfully, Audible and I can still be friends, because this book was fucking hilarious.
Seriously, I spent 95% of this book giggling insanely while listening to his tales of dating what-the-fuckery, and it was fantastic.
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It is exactly what the title says it is - one guy's stories of online dating disasters.