50 Dates Worse Than Yours

There is nothing as unbearable as a bad date From the awkward conversation to the strained laughter to the moments of sheer bewilderment did he just call me Poopsy , dating is not an activity for the easily discouraged Thankfully, Justin Racz returns with this newest installment to help ease the romantic pain These would be Casanovas remind us that there are worse tThere is nothing as unbearable as a bad date From the awkward conversation to the strained laughter to the moments of sheer bewilderment did he just call me Poopsy , dating is not an activity for the easily discouraged Thankfully, Justin Racz returns with this newest installment to help ease the romantic pain These would be Casanovas remind us that there are worse times to be had Including entries such as Creepy Non Blinker, Keeps Telling You How Much You Remind Him of His Sister, Mechanical Bull Riding, Lap Dog Girl, and Invites you over and is wearing pajamas when you arrive, 50 Dates Worse Than Yours presents just about every blindingly bad date around Filled with entertaining photographs and outrageous bullet points listing each prospective partner s hideous traits, this is the perfect gift for anyone who has ever faked food poisoning just to get away from that guy her aunt set her up with Justin Racz is the author of 50 Boyfriends Worse Than Yours, 50 Relatives Worse Than Yours, 50 Jobs Worse Than Yours, 50 Days Worse Than Yours, and J.Crewd He is an advertising copywriter and lives in New York City Also available 50 Boyfriends Worse Than Yours HC 1 58234 492 2 ISBN 13 978 1 58234 492 8 14.95 50 Relatives Worse Than Yours HC 1 59691 055 0 ISBN 13 978 1 59691 055 3 14.95 50 Jobs Worse Than Yours HC 1 59691 056 9 ISBN 13 978 1 59691 056 0 14.95 50 Days Worse Than Yours 1 59691 263 4 ISBN 13 978 1 59691 263 2 14.95
Dates Worse Than Yours There is nothing as unbearable as a bad date From the awkward conversation to the strained laughter to the moments of sheer bewilderment did he just call me Poopsy dating is not an activity for the

  • Title: 50 Dates Worse Than Yours
  • Author: Justin Racz
  • ISBN: 9781596912649
  • Page: 447
  • Format: Hardcover
  • 1 thought on “50 Dates Worse Than Yours”

    1. This was a funny book I picked up and read at the library because I had time to kill before dinner.There are 50 pictures. Then a quick synopsis of each date. Even a place at the end to put your own worst date on there.Example:Proposes on First DateThe Date: Terminally ill or in serious need of a tax break.Location: His living room, next to the Xbox.He Said: "Deal or no deal?"She Said: "What's your name again?"Best Part: At least he's not afraid of commitment.Worst Part: You actually considered i [...]

    2. From the creator of 50 Jobs Worse Than Yours. I found this one while I was roving. Plus, my best friend is having man issues so I thought this would cheer her up in a “Hey, it could be worse” type of way. I like the fact that both sexes are equally awful dating prospects. Of course I sympathized with the girls more.

    3. The "50 Boyfriends Worse Than Yours" was better, but this one is good too. Brilliant little idea for writing a fun and easy to read book.

    4. This is a very fun book in an inventive series of 50 [fill in the blank] worse than yours. Both validating and enjoyably silly.

    5. It was ok, nothing spectacular. I was was hoping for more of a narrative of these dating experiences and not just an odd checklist.

    6. I thought this book was funny, I found it while looking around at the local goodwill, and thought it would be a quick read. At the least I thought it would pass the time. The book was just downright hilarious! I love how the book was set up, It makes it much easier to read, and it makes it more enjoyable in that way. All in all, I can't wait to read the other books in this series as they are just so hilariously enjoyable!

    7. I picked up this book looking for hilarity. I've been on enough bad dates, and I was hoping to hear that mine weren't the worst ones out there. I was expecting first hand accounts of terrible dates. But instead, it was really lame. Not very many of the dates were very funny, and it all felt very formulaic and forced. I was disappointed, to say the least.

    8. Too generic to be real stories, and kinda funny (almost), but certainly enough to make one laugh outloud.

    9. Was really more of a brief listing than anything worth reading. Something to toss on your coffee table and flip through, not something to read, digest, think about.

    10. I guess if you knew what to expect this would be an okay book. I was expecting 50 funny anecdotes about bad dates. I got highlights from 50 bad dates - as in less than a page each, less than a paragraph each. Lackluster at best.

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