OK Cupid Diaries is a celebration of the comedy, drama, and mass confusion online dating has amplified across our great society. Meet
1. Courtney (the Maneater), the blonde vixen who toys with men for fun
2. Beth (the Swinging Bisexual), the nerdy girl with the wildest sex life imaginable
3. Eric (the “Hopeless” Romantic), the average Joe who just got dumped
4. Brandon (the Gay Manwhore), the boy in Boystown whose number is well over 200
5. Megan (the Chick Who Tells You Not to Call Her an F’n Hipster), the tattooed hair stylist with poor decision making skills
as these Millennials share their true tales of missed connections, sexual conquests, and gender warfare in this hilarious depiction of modern-day romance and courtship.
I honestly kept waiting to see if the author and his friends would take their blind dating seriously, but with each page turned, their attempts to humiliate the people they went on the dates with got that much worse.
While the author claims the names of the "victims" were changed, I highly doubt they were considering the book is riddled with email and instant message sections. So even if the names of the people were changed, I doubt the screen names and emails were.
People like Eric Parker and his friends are why so many are afraid to try online dating services, instead of using the sites like they're supposed to be used, they instead use them an outlet to cure boredom by bullying those less fortunate than themselves.