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The two started Dealbreaker, a blog where they could vent their frustrations about their ill-fated dating lives.it is very clever and am passing it over to those in the family within that generation. Being single these days does suck, especially when the majority of my friends are married.Hipsters are as easy to spot as they are to make fun of.With a Dealbreaker is a hilarious reference guide to the qualities that, when discovered, transform the "date you hope to go home with" into the "date you pray never calls again." A "dealbreaker" could be an annoying habit (you talk through movies), a physical attribute (your soul patch), a lifestyle choice (your cucumber melon body spray), a worldview (your delusions of grandeur), and everything in between!With a combination of good-natured ribbing and sardonic snark, comics Dave Horwitz and Marisa Pinson have catalogued these characteristics that, though occasionally trivial, serve as early warning.It's almost a little too accurate to be humorous - somewhere about 3/4s of the way through I started to feel sad realizing how many deal-breakers I'd put up with...it's a funny gift for someone who you really hope will break up with their boyfriend/girlfriend or who has had a year of bad dates and needs to laugh about it. Turn too cold an analysis on any marriage and there are a few deal-breakers that one of the spouses might have decided to ignore... While this book is far from scholarly, it elicited several laughs from me, which made it worth reading (it took less than an hour to read). Dave Horwitz & Marisa Pinson apparently started it as a blog, which I've never heard of, but their Upright Citizen's Brigade credentials got me to pick it up.