It’s New Year’s resolution time, which also means it’s internet …Continue reading I’ve been wanting to write about nice guys for a while. The good news is that the book has sold really well, and is continuing to do so.Reading these tales is a reminder that dating online isn't about gaming the system and tricking someone into liking you.It's about how to patiently tolerate the disasters while bravely continuing to hold out for the one match that makes all the disasters worth it.A law written in…wait for it…1984 makes it a federal offense to … Continue reading For It’s Not a Match’s second installment of Crowd Sourced Insanity, we have a piece from loyal reader Mikinzie Stuart, who runs her own blog about dating and general musings over at A Typical Redhead. Continue reading The following is the first reader submission we’re running on Not a Match. Like the sort of thing you’d hear during an NPR pledge drive.
But the season is winding up in another month, and I hope I’ll be able to return to It’s Not a Match soon after and offer my “wit and wisdom” every now and again.Oh, I thought there were pretty funny moments in this book....this book was meant to be funny, but for me it was a book of horror.Okay, Brian goes on a bunch of Internet dates (I think it was 100) for a duel purpose.Brian Donovan, a writer and comedian whose work has appeared on Late Night with Jimmy Fallon, NPR, and Chapelle's Show, has been on over 100 Internet dates in a genuine search for love and happiness. Like the girl who couldn't stop crying, or the one who caught on fire, or the girl who confronted him on national TV.Whether he likes it or not, Donovan has become an expert on Internet dating, and Not a Match is a collection of the stories, lessons, and advice he learned along the way.