Book: The Online Dating Manifesto by Charlye McMillancategories: Book, Comedy, Satire, Relationships, Love, Sex, Nonfiction, Online Dating
Charlye McMillanabout this book: Brevity is the soul of wit, and in the case of 'The Online Dating Manifesto', it serves as a tongue-in-cheek reference to those who use online dating to procure something "quick and cheap." In this quick but hilarious no-holds-barred read, author Charlye McMillan profiles everything from bad photos and cheesy pick up lines, to topless pic requests and petitions for one night stands, all from her own experiences, all of which shockingly occurred in introductory or early emails. A must read for anyone looking for love in the digital age.
• "If we learned nothing else from Carrie Bradshaw's adventures searching for love in NYC, it's that dating is hard work, and there are a lot of duds out there. And now, there's a whole new frontier for dating adventures - online dating. And it's still hard work, and there are still a lot of duds. The Online Dating Manifesto is the new Sex and the City. No, it's better than that, because it doesn't make us feel like losers for not being able to afford Manolo Blahniks."
• "It's not often you find an author who is witty or gritty enough to reference a hockey legend, Shakespeare, deer hunting, wet nurses, and pornography, all in under 30 minutes of riveting and laugh out loud reading. A hilarious must read for anyone who has ever experienced the perils of online dating, 'you know who you are.'"
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