Thursday, December 21, 2006

Finding the Clues

Some years back, a female friend of mine gave me A Guy's Guide to Dating: Everything You Need to Know About Love, Sex, Relationships, and Other Things Too Terrible to Contemplate as a birthday present. Though it's probably not full of the best advice in the world, it is an awfully funny read.

Last night I was straightening out my bookshelves when I stumbled across the book yet again. Paging through it, I noticed a chart near the end of the book where the authors talk about getting over break-ups. One suggestion they make is writing a book on relationships and bad-mouthing every girl you ever dated. This is followed by a small chart listing the names of four women and why they were such hideous girlfriends.

A footnote accompanying this chart indicates that all the names have been changed, except for the first girl, Stephanie, who was such a horrible person they felt it their duty to warn others about her. Furthermore, they include hints as to who she is by saying she's from Wisconsin, her last name rhymes with 'pet' and she's a former beauty queen.

A bell went off in my head.

Any of our six readers think they may know who this person is?

Cuz...I do...


At 12:53 PM, December 21, 2006, Blogger Phelony Jones said...

she's a former beauty queen?

are you sure?

At 6:58 PM, December 21, 2006, Blogger sliverthetomcat said...

Good Lord does the author of this book have any credentials?

At 8:35 AM, December 22, 2006, Blogger sliverthetomcat said...

Just out of curiosity are there any chapter in the book titled "Just Get The Hell Over It?" or maybe "How To Suck It Up And Move On"? Oh wait how about "GET OVER IT ALREADY DAMN IT!"?

Once again just curious about that.

At 5:51 PM, January 01, 2007, Blogger fantesticle said...

"I was straightening out my bookshelves..."

this would never happen.

why is silverthetomcat so angry?


At 3:20 PM, January 03, 2007, Blogger Wendy said...

Was she a dairy princess?


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