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Can't Think Straight by Kiri Blakeley
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Feb 09, 11

bookshelves: 2011
Read in January, 2011

A 36-year old woman is having dinner with hey boyfriend of 10 years when he announces he's gay. She undergoes the painful process of learning how to date now that all the rules have changed (texting is ubiquitous, facebook is confusing) and hilarity... sometimes ensues.

Since this is a biographical memoir, she tried to only include the interesting parts, which left a janky timeline and some head scratching. Also, in real life, sometimes it's the periods of quiet that lead to the greatest insights.

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