Oh, sure she throws in a bunch of algorithms and mathematical mumbo jumbo that nearly bored my drawers off, but at the end of the day? (although she does claim to be a fan of Arrested Development as well), and that her ideal mate might look a little something like this guy . The library challenge which does not kill me only makes me stronger!!!!
Sadly, that wasn't enough to make me rate this shallow bit of nonsense more than 1 Star, so let's focus on Goldblum some more : ) 3 down - 2 to go.
Thanks to Data, a Love Story, their odds just got a whole lot better. Her world of internet dating is as gruesome as the one I remember, but with spreadsheets in hand she decides to "game the system." Early in the book she dates widely, trying to meet her familial obligations as well as play the numbers.
All men and, respectively, all women share much more similarities than many of us realize.Along with the enjoyable narrative, the reader gets some interesting background on the history of online dating and some helpful hints on how to get over your ego and write a "super profile."Because of Amy Webb's brutal honesty and charming neuroticism, what could come across as a conceited endeavor to find the "perfect man," instead reads as a modern tribute to the search for love.Data, A Love Story is a rallying cry for every woman who has been told to settle. It seemed to me she pretty much got lucky and fell in love with the first guy she went out with after she rewrote her profile. And trust me when I say there's nothing wrong with being drug out to the ballgame a few times a year. She has a whole bunch of fun crunchy math stuff, like with equations and things, but I don't really see any evidence that her 'gaming' of online dating made much difference at all.You can go and test it out yourself - try one thing with many different people and you will be amazed by the similarity of their reactions. Learn from the experience of others and spare yourself the mistakes and the humiliation of defeat.Dating and seduction gurus have done this for you and have (thankfully) shared their experience in numerous e Books and guides. The books reviewed here are all filled with great dating advice and real experience, just go and see which ones are for you, as each of them has it's strengths and some are more advanced than the others.If you have no idea how to approach a beautiful woman/man, if you get tongue-tied when you are in front of one or simply freeze up, you are at the right place.Yes, almost all of us have felt that way but it is not necessary that you stay like that. but I'm doing the library's "romance" challenge in order to score a new coffee mug and this was a suggested selection that I had not already read and one that didn't have a waiting list as long as my arm, so I decided to give it a shot. and more importantly, that people (beside their friends and family members) would ever be interested in said story???? I get pissed off with authors/reviewers who want to game the system at Goodreads for crying out loud. It reminded me of the gazillions of teeny-bopper flicks that have the "ugly duckling" makeover reveal . Someone who's desperate and hoping some random tips from a stranger will help them hook a big fish on e-Harmony???? She has a whole bunch of fun crunchy math stuff, like with equations and things, but I don't really see any evidence that her 'gaming' of online dating made much difference at all. She really only changed her profile from a resume format into something much more approachable (you know, into one that another human being might actually want to talk to), and dropped a wad of cash on a new haircut, some make-up, and new clothes in order to make her not so frumpy. I have no clue what type of person would enjoy this book. Well, this was a very sweet story, but I don't think the author is taking her own advice that correlation does not equal causation.