Best book on dating for men
I’ve always believed that if you want to get to know a person, investigating what titles decorate their bookcase is the best way.
Instead of Facebook stalking the cute boy in my psychology lecture, I want to explore his Goodreads shelf to see what he has read and wants to read. While I was positive it was a joke, I forced my inner-book snob to read it.
Brett decided to never settle down and I don’t think I ever will.
Like Jake, I am content with my life, even though it could be better.
Rather than make small talk, I decided to ask for book recommendations from my matches and only continue the conversation if they had a suggestion I was interested in.
Knowing that I often can be stubborn in my choice of reading material, I made a note to read as many of the suggested books as possible.
has always been on my To-Read list, it took a Tinder match suggesting the book to me before I turned to the first page.Scott Fitzgerald, I’ve never tried to read anything by another important writer of his time, Ernest Hemingway.To me, Hemingway has always been an indicator of a literary snob.Fein married for the second time in 2008; she had followed The Rules to attract her second husband, with the exception that they dated for three years rather than one (as “The Rules” advises) before becoming engaged. I’m not interested in “hooking up” and while I occasionally try to be reckless, I’m not the kind of girl who agrees to meet internet strangers.