I Can't Believe I'm Still Single: Sane, Slightly Neurotic (But in a Sane Way) Filmmaker Into Good Yoga, Bad Reality TV, Too Much Chocolate, and a Little Kinky Sex Seeks Smart, Emotionally Evolved... Oh Hell, at This Point Anyone Who'll Let Me Watch Foo...

  • Title: I Can't Believe I'm Still Single: Sane, Slightly Neurotic (But in a Sane Way) Filmmaker Into Good Yoga, Bad Reality TV, Too Much Chocolate, and a Little Kinky Sex Seeks Smart, Emotionally Evolved... Oh Hell, at This Point Anyone Who'll Let Me Watch Foo...
  • Author: Eric Schaeffer
  • ISBN: 9781568583372
  • Page: 387
  • Format: Paperback
  • I Can t Believe I m Still Single Sane Slightly Neurotic But in a Sane Way Filmmaker Into Good Yoga Bad Reality TV Too Much Chocolate and a Little Kinky Sex Seeks Smart Emotionally Evolved Oh Hell at This Point Anyone Who ll Let Me Watch Foo Eric Schaeffer has always believed that when the time was right and he was ready that he would find the Big One an intelligent sexy loving wife But his last girlfriend said no to his proposal and s
    Eric Schaeffer has always believed that when the time was right and he was ready that he would find the Big One an intelligent, sexy, loving wife But his last girlfriend said no to his proposal, and since then he hasn t met anyone he wanted to have a second date with This is a wild, sometimes raunchy, sometimes poignant, and always honest account of a semi famous man sEric Schaeffer has always believed that when the time was right and he was ready that he would find the Big One an intelligent, sexy, loving wife But his last girlfriend said no to his proposal, and since then he hasn t met anyone he wanted to have a second date with This is a wild, sometimes raunchy, sometimes poignant, and always honest account of a semi famous man s attempts at love.

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    1. Before I even finished the first chapter of Eric Schaeffer's book, my review was going to be two words: I can. Since I am a fan of his films, I feel I owe him more than that. How can I not mention that one of the chapters is titled, "So I'm allowed to have my tongue in your ass but can't pee with the door open”?The book is a series of reminiscences Eric has about his past experiences with women, which are told alongside his present situation dating a woman he thinks might be “the one.” Bas [...]

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    2. First off I really enjoyed this book; one of the things which I noticed quite early on was that there were a lot of references to the film If Lucy Fell, which obviously he wrote. Unsurprisingly as mentioned in the book's title Eric likes yoga, this usually leads to cultivating a more mindful approach to ones life, however at times he seems to bumble along quite mindlessly, but that's probably, because the most entertaining parts of his life, or anyone’s for that matter. Especially true if you [...]

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    3. I have no idea why, even though my ex-boss of all people once insinuated I was anything but prudish (he's a he, I'll just chalk it up to that for reasons he thought it appropriate), but I've always been drawn to and been a fan of Eric Schaeffer--as a person/character and of his movies. I'm actually more on the reserved side in many aspects (hey ex-boss, tattoos don't equal whore!), but wildly liberal at the same time and find absolutely nothing offensive about his work. In fact, I do know why I' [...]

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    4. This story was very hypnotic, I fell in love with his autopsy like honesty, and could relate to many of his insecurities. He is a very good writer with a very messy love life and he is well aware of his flaws, the main one being how desperate he is to have a girlfriend, even if he can't stand her. Along with portraying a bad dating pattern, he also tells the story of his film career, how he worked constantly writing screenplays and acting to have moments of great success and also moments of majo [...]

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    5. Those like me, a unabating fan of his movies, will be delighted that his thoughts are in mass print. We will enjoy this book. We fans share a certain insight and acceptance to Eric's view of relationships and sexual proclivities. We fans appreciate his humor and his insights into life. But those who are new to Eric, those who have never even seen If Lucy Fell, please keep an open mind. This book maybe shocking in some parts, if not offensive to some eyes. But the journey he takes is worth the re [...]

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    6. Given to me by a friend. So far, it's all over the place. I'm a little scared. ; )------Update:When I first started reading this, I thought Schaefer was completely neurotic. I kept reading, and it turns out that he is, but it gets slightly better. He's one of those despicable characters, which I'm okay with as long as he has a good story to tell. His story, however, was just a lot of complaining about how he'll never find love.

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    7. Well, hmmmm - I did enjoy reading it. It had some funny moments, it is also vulgar, a little schizo in the writing style, and quirky. A lot of Scatological humor and stories - beware. It was almost if he was writing the book for him to read, not an audience. Some funny online dating moments, meeting the family, and dating people that are not right for you, and drug-talk.Who wants to read it next- I have a copy!

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    8. I picked this up randomly b/c I thought I would get a kick out of the male perspective on 40 & single. Um, well "kick" might not be the right word for the experience.Didn't know any of the hoopla about the author until after I finished it, but the one "gift" of this book is that I had never heard of the pleasure tool "Sounds" before-call me naive.The book ends up being a kind of advertisement for the unlauded joys of being single.

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    9. Well I can think of at least 100 reasons why his still single! While he did become more tolerable towards the end, his "character" in the book is jus tnot very likeable. I think it is the classic set your expectations way too high and then complain when nobody meets them. My feeling is "I can't believe I made it to the end of this book!"

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    10. So Schaeffer is a Narcissist - the book is simultaneously fun and scary!I actually learned somethingyou have any idea what "rods" are used for? I'm sure it's not the way you're thinking - read this book and scare your male friends with some new sexual knowledge! (They probably will NOT thank you for this tipjust sayin')

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    11. If I were to obsess over every little detail of my relationship I would be alone. That said, the book has some really amusing chapters on his life growing in the long gone New York City of the late 60's/early 70's.

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    12. As a fan of his blog (which sadly he hasn't updated in over a year), it was nice to see some of his funny blog stories repeated here. I've always enjoyed his frank honesty and there's plenty of it in the book. This is definitely not for everyone, but if you are a fan of his, this book is great.

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    13. If you like his movies, you'll enjoy his ever personal journey to being 45 & single.

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    14. Got to love the racy books. I read this and thought hmm I'm not so bad.

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    15. The book certainly lives up to the description in the title.

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    16. He's creepy and weird. And super self-aware, while also being completely unaware of his own creepy weirdness. It's an entertaining paradox.

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    17. I read the book after watching part of the first season of the TV series. I enjoyed the book but was disappointed that it lacked the heart the first season of the show had.

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    18. At first I was almost turned off by his brutal honesty and neurosis - almost! By the end I realized I was smitten and wanting to do a cleanse

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    19. Eric Schaeffer is a unique individual. This book (as well as his current tv show) isn't for everyone. But underneath it all, Mr. Schaeffer simply wants to be loved just like everyone else.

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    20. I love all things Eric Schaeffer, so now, I'm gonna have to get this book.

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