I heard good things about this book, including about the author. So basically the author tries to move to Berlin from the US and try out a new life there, and I thought that part was interesting, but then she goes into weird stuff like going on blind dates and pretending to be a different person from the zodiac and stuff like that. There is also an interesting bit about Relationship Anarchy and that all relationships are equal even though society prioritizes romantic relationships. But think about it: romantic relationships never solved anyone's problem, on the contrary, however, they caused a ton of problems -- just ask my parents!!! Okay, just kidding, please don't ask them.
But it wasn't that bad, it was a pretty decent read.
Page 47: "I looked around and realized everyone around me was boring, more boring than even the most boring person I could make up, so boring that it might have made them interesting if I could have stopped thinking about the world's one interesting person who had rendered all the details and motivations of my life immediately clear."
page 56: "I like to cosplay hospitality."