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I’m Having More Fun Than You

Humor


by
Aaron Karo

Book Details

Format: EPUB

Page count: 256 pages

File size: 361 KB

Protection: DRM

Language: English

Why settle down when you can hook up?

“Happily married people and perpetually single people are similar: We’ve both given up on dating and have merely chosen different exit strategies.”

So begins Aaron Karo’s hilarious exploration of bachelor life, from the alcohol-fueled pursuit of chicks in bars to sophisticated advances on defenseless bridesmaids. As his thirtieth birthday approaches, Karo observes the women around him growing increasingly desperate to tie the knot and finds himself equally determined—to remain uncommitted. What follows is an outrageous account of one man’s quest to party like a rock star, get laid with abandon, and silence his critics in relationships with the rebuke “I’m having more fun than you.” Irreverent, insightful, and relentlessly funny, Karo offers a unique glimpse into the world of guys who defy convention, morality, and their moms in order to preserve their independence.

Why settle down when you can hook up?

“Happily married people and perpetually single people are similar: We’ve both given up on dating and have merely chosen different exit strategies.”

So begins Aaron Karo’s hilarious exploration of bachelor life, from the alcohol-fueled pursuit of chicks in bars to sophisticated advances on defenseless bridesmaids. As his thirtieth birthday approaches, Karo observes the women around him growing increasingly desperate to tie the knot… (more)

Why settle down when you can hook up?

“Happily married people and perpetually single people are similar: We’ve both given up on dating and have merely chosen different exit strategies.”

So begins Aaron Karo’s hilarious exploration of bachelor life, from the alcohol-fueled pursuit of chicks in bars to sophisticated advances on defenseless bridesmaids. As his thirtieth birthday approaches, Karo observes the women around him growing increasingly desperate to tie the knot and finds himself equally determined—to remain uncommitted. What follows is an outrageous account of one man’s quest to party like a rock star, get laid with abandon, and silence his critics in relationships with the rebuke “I’m having more fun than you.” Irreverent, insightful, and relentlessly funny, Karo offers a unique glimpse into the world of guys who defy convention, morality, and their moms in order to preserve their independence.

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