Aaron Karo has more fun than you
Why? It’s basically a tribute to single guys in their late 20s and early 30s who can’t stomach the idea of being in a serious relationship, and who ponder their next walk of shame more than a walk down the aisle.
The unattached Karo gave us insight into the male mind.
Some guys want to get married while some want to play the field. How can a woman tell which type she is seeing?
Call the guy and don’t say your name. Just say, “It’s me.” If he doesn’t get you confused with another girl he’s seeing and doesn’t freak out that you’re getting so comfortable, congratulations — he’s marriage material.
Do "feelings" talks usually turn a guy off?
If you’ve already hung out together under one of the following conditions – outdoors, during the day, or sober – then he’s as good as yours.
Here's something that baffles women. Why does a guy suddenly disappear after dating a girl for a while?
There are only three possibilities. One, he was already seeing someone else and that relationship has since gotten more serious. Two, you didn’t sleep with him. Or three, you did sleep with him. I realize those last two are confusing, but those are the facts of life when dealing with single dudes.
A theme in the book is that one of the best things about being single is that you don't have to "answer" to anyone. Why is this such a positive thing?
I hate having to ask permission to do anything. Operating completely autonomously is glorious. When you’re in a relationship, you’re now responsible for another person’s happiness. Screw that. When I go to a party, I don’t even want to be responsible for the camera.