Rules online dating book
A guy I'd been seeing had come over and we’d just finished watching a movie.
Aside from his repeated requests (and my repeated denials) that we “find somewhere to lie down,” the evening had gone smoothly.
The prose is both basic and whimsical, like advice from a well-meaning but slightly unhinged 90-year-old great aunt, offering one of those “pep talks” that actually make you feel worse, rather than better.
(“Well you’re no Angelina Jolie, dear, but with the right wardrobe, a more feminine haircut, about 10 fewer pounds, and some minor plastic surgery, there’s no reason you couldn’t convince a man to ask you out.”) There is a kind of old-world charm to it, really.
But there is one compelling reason to give them a try: morbid curiosity. For the past three months, I have been following at a local pub, where I was attending an event with friends.Ellen Fein and Sherrie Schneider met 15 years ago, and have been formulating and formatting their rules for dating since then.