I'm More Dateable than a Plate of Refried Beans
From comedian Ginny Hogan, this laugh-out-loud collection of humor observations explores all the ups and downs of modern romance.
Through hilarious, absurd-yet-relatable short stories, quizzes, over-think pieces, and more, Hogan details every stage of a modern relationship—from meeting on an app to becoming official, to breaking up or getting married, to being single.
Find out how to successfully ignore any and all red flags. Take a quiz to see if that anxiety attack you're having means you're in a new relationship or if it's that cold brew you just chugged. Read chilling tales about the unfortunate few who actually did lose their phones (they didn't mean to ghost you, they promise).
Begging to be shared with friends or sat next to your phone full of Tinder notifications, I'm More Dateable than a Plate Of Refried Beans is the ultimate humor book for anyone who is dating or has ever dated.
LAUGH-OUT-LOUD HUMOR FOR ALL: This hilarious book has a little something for everybody, whether you're single, dating, married, monogamous, polyamorous—you name it!
UNIQUE CONTENT: Full of absurd yet relatable stories, quirky lists, quizzes and more, this is a nice repose to other modern dating books, whose pages try to offer sincere advice. Modern dating is weird and sometimes you just need to commiserate and laugh!
GREAT GIFT: This book begs to be shared, a fun gift for your single friends, friends who are dating, and even your friends who are married!
• Anyone who has dated or is dating
• Galentine's day, birthday, and holiday shoppers
• Parents looking for gifts for their tech-savvy Millennial and Gen Z kids
• Fans of How to Date Men when You Hate Men by Blythe Roberson, Notes from the Bathroom Line by Amy Solomon, and No One Asked for This by Cazzie David
Ginny performs standup comedy all over the place. She's been seen at The Westside Showdown, The Boston Women in Comedy Festival, San Francisco Sketchfest, the Chicago Women's Funny Festival, the Finger Lakes Festival, and the Park Slope Comedy Festival. She wrote jokes for the 2018 Friar's Club roast of Gloria Allred and has had sketches featured on Comedy Central's digital platform.
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