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So, When Can I Meet George? (A Story to Scare Away Potential Suitors)

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When her breakup doesn't go the way she planned it, Angela finds that the perfect man not only relieves tension, but he can also help to get her ex back. 

This short comedic essay has been reformatted as a "how-to" in sex and relationship columns worldwide.


ebook, 16 pages
Published March 7th 2011
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Nique
Jun 28, 2011 rated it it was amazing
This one, I really loved. It shows the neurotic things that we crazy humans do for love...or infatuation...whichever it may be at the time. I could totally identify with Angie, and although I've never done the things she did, I know I've done my share of other things in a love-sick or infatuation-rich haze. I found the story easy to read and hilarious, while also hurting for some of the pain of a love lost.
Jane Doe
Jun 16, 2011 rated it it was amazing
This author could write an advice column on relationships. Humor and truth are first cousins, and she uses both to great effect. Not as 'over the top' as her other hilarious read here, 'Mouseschawitz,' but tantalizing for saying and doing what the rest of us only fantasize. I hope she's busy writing more at this very moment. Sign me up as a new fan.
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Angela Lovell is a bestselling author and award-winning playwright, director, screenwriter, podcaster, critic, writing instructor, and storyteller. She's written for MTV, Universal Studios, VICE, The New York Post, Match.com, and many more. She's taken first place at The Moth's NYC StorySlam and performs her earliest diary entries regularly with Mortified. Angela was a finalist at Literary Death M ...more