If only I had a copy of this book in my twenties! I could have helped many a single guy friend (and a few I would have dated myself!) pinpoint their red-flag offenses and more egregious deal-breaking infractions. Whether it’s holstering a cell phone (or any type of electronic device, for that matter) to their belts, strutting around with a soul patch, or owning a cat named "Pinky" (true story!), lots of perfectly nice guys have stumbled and fallen into the undateable category. It’s really a shame too, and even a little unfair--why should pleated shorts end a string of otherwise stellar dates? Why should a sideways-cocked baseball cap cancel out a Harvard law degree? Why should one spray tan blind us to the gorgeous face underneath? Because, gentlemen, we women have standards, and no matter what else you’re bringing to the table, we simply cannot make exceptions for fanny packs, tighty whities or collectible action figures.
That’s where Undateable comes in…it’s an absolutely invaluable tool for any woman trying to weed out “less-than-desirable” behavior in a current or potential boyfriend. What’s best about Undateable is that it cuts right to the chase. Leave it out on your coffee table and avoid that uncomfortable conversation with the guy who insists on wearing socks with his sandals. Give it to your best guy friend so he can determine that the reason he can’t get a second date is because he always goes Dutch on the first. Buy a copy for your girlfriend who needs to have more self-respect and stop making excuses when her guy keeps texting at the table. And to all you single guys out there (and even the married ones!), go ahead and pick up a copy for yourselves too, just in case. You never know what you could be doing wrong. Maybe it’s that pink, fruity cocktail in your hand. Maybe it’s the head-to-toe Ed Hardy on the rest of your body. Maybe it’s the fact that you’ve nicknamed yourself “The Situation.” Whatever it is, you deserve love. You deserve for girls to see you for the amazing guy you are. But, most of all, you deserve to know that your flaws can be fixed, even if you’re sabotaging yourself in pretty spectacular fashion (madras shorts, anyone?).
I’ve already passed around my copy of Undateable to all my single friends and, to a person, they’ve loved it. It’s smart, hilarious and fun--a must-have field guide for anyone navigating that murky and sometimes comical path to love.Look Inside Undateable
GREAT BOOK. My friends and I have read and reread. Catchy cover gets noticed by anyone passing through the room. Produces many hearty laughs!Published 1 month ago by C. Morrison
Some of the topics these two shallow b*tches covered I might agree with that I don't want a guy on the first date to tell me 'he's going to take a dump' instead of 'please excuse... Read morePublished 8 months ago by MzPurpleMist
The book is ok , it just gives you straight way to balance your life when it comes to dating, it keeps you up to date on how people will judge you , I only heard about the book... Read morePublished 8 months ago by Mutasim Al-Sheibany
I laughed almost the whole way through this book. I found a description of myself at very many places. Read morePublished 8 months ago by Wineglass50
Every detail is perfect. The book is easy to find. It is the most fun book toread everyday. It isn't boring atPublished 9 months ago by Christopher Glines
Book clarifies the things men do that really make them look stupid and unattractive. You're bound to find a couple things in there that you are already do that really turns other... Read morePublished 14 months ago by Amazon Customer
There were some things in there that I have transgressed against...lol
Not all women dislike what's on the list... because it depends on what state you live in... Read more
Must be for a very young crowd this does not have any manners. Why would any guy use some of the things that the girls object to is a mystery to me?Published 17 months ago by CARL DIMARIA
Almost anyone who has attended middle school and/or high school probably remembers an elite group of classmates who would spend most of the day cordoned off in their clique... Read morePublished 17 months ago by NCBrowser