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Yesterdates is a collection of hilarious, heartwarming, and all-too-relatable tales of a single twenty-something, hopelessly in love with the idea of finding Mr. Right. Based on Scott De Buitléir’s gay dating column in the now-defunct Polari magazine, Yesterdates gives a light-hearted and honest account of various dating disasters, from bizarre cat impersonators to flirtat ...more
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Published August 16th 2019 by Smashwords
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I’m not much of a reader myself but Read this start to finish in hours. Could not put it down! Funny, honest, real and relatable. 100% recommend to everyone!
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Scott De Buitléir is an author and poet from Dublin, Ireland. Born in London to Irish parents, Scott developed a passion for both writing and languages from an early age, and graduated from University College Dublin having studied Celtic languages. His solo literary début was in 2017 with the release of his bilingual poetry collection, Fás | Growth, and he has since published two works of non-fict ...more

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“[When on a bad date] …just give a pre-prepared excuse and make a dash for the nearest exit; something like “oh I really must go, I just remembered that I left my mother in the oven”. Or maybe “I’m so sorry, but I have to say goodbye to my cat before she’s launched into space”. And then run. RUN.” 0 likes
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