Topics include (but are not limited to) how to spot fakes (breasts, toupees), how to fake an orgasm (not recommended--by me or the book), what to do if you can't remember the name of the person you wake up next to, how to ditch your date, what to do if don't have enough money to pay the bill, and how to successfully have an affa Funnier than the Worst-Case Scenario book for the holidays, this book is full of lots of step by step instructions to get people out of all sorts of sex related mishaps.

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I mean I guess there's some bullshit party tricks here and there but really that nullified anything about this book, the actual warnings are all ba Stopped reading it when it started calling transgender people "he or she" and saying that you determine what their gender are from stereotypical traits rather than them actually telling you it and you accepting it, fuck off, that is not a red flag in any way, in fact the writer of this book is more of a red flag than anything they write in this book. Really it's a funny read and hits on so many subjects that we all want to understand and learn to deal with...blind dates, bad kissers, acne, breakups.

I mean I guess there's some bullshit party tricks here and there but really that nullified anything about this book, the actual warnings are all based on popular culture conventions and was it really that hard to just write the common basic Red flags that actually matter rather than be a unfunny prick? But, it truly is a very, very enjoyable and quick read.

Worst-Case Scenario ran on the Discovery Channel beginning on May 5, 2010 and had a total of 12 episodes.

Stopped reading it when it started calling transgender people "he or she" and saying that you determine what their gender are from stereotypical traits rather than them actually telling you it and you accepting it, fuck off, that is not a red flag in any way, in fact the writer of this book is more of a red flag than anything they write in this book.Blind dates, bad kissers, breakup texts, nightmare hook ups—it's a jungle out there!Luckily, the authors of the bestselling Worst-Case Scenario series have created the most comprehensive handbook for surviving the wilds d'amour through every phase of a relationship, from courting and getting hitched to breaking up and moving on.The authors (who now include for the first time Jennifer Worick), cut through the emotional anguish, the stress, and mystery of relationships, simply declaring "If this happens, do this." The authors manage to stop just short of cynicism, even when they're explaining how to ditch a bad date, how to have an affair, and how to fake an orgasm. I was expecting it to be horrible, but it ended up just plain "blah." Not really worth the time, as it'I picked this up out of schadenfreude, really. I was expecting it to be horrible, but it ended up just plain "blah." Not really worth the time, as it's neither good nor a cause of trainwreck syndrome.It won't even tell the reader how to get a date, but it could help them survive the worst of it. I'm not fond of the Worst-Case series and this one just seemed like a receipe for disaster. It wasn't great; there was at least one seriously transphobic entry (hint: your date is whatever gender they say they are and you need to suck it the fuck up), and the pick-up lines and excuses are really... I'm not fond of the Worst-Case series and this one just seemed like a receipe for disaster. It wasn't great; there was at least one seriously transphobic entry (hint: your date is whatever gender they say they are and you need to suck it the fuck up), and the pick-up lines and excuses are really... Funnier than the Worst-Case Scenario book for the holidays, this book is full of lots of step by step instructions to get people out of all sorts of sex related mishaps.It circulated in my office and it had everyone laughing and telling their own bad experiences and thinking perhaps they'd have done better if they had the advice the 3 authors offer very freely in the book.