33 Ways to Fail at Dating and One Huge Lesson
After a decade of failed first dates, an endless supply of players, a few cougar moments, and a humiliating rejection from the massage therapist working on her butt, Canadian model and Pass the Hat Comedian, Kaylee Gryba, reveals the surprising reasons she’s still single at 30.
And no, that doesn’t include a restraining order. Good guess though!
With spite, sarcasm, and truly twisted stories, Single and Catless is the ultimate what-not-to-do confessional of a woman who has made EVERY mistake you can think of.
If you’ve been single forever or you’re single again, Kaylee’s got your back, with a few helpful warnings about The Lazy Player, The Bottom-Feeder, The Obvious Jerk, and all the other ONEs Disguised as THE ONE.
She’ll show you:
*How to deal with breakups when all your friends are blissfully in love and coughing out babies.
*How to spot a Player. Every. Single. Time.
*And why playing games like “Hard to Get” never seems to work for you.
Hint: You can’t pretend to be busy if he knows you never leave your house. Sigh!
She’ll help you stop freaking out if you’re stiiillllll flying solo, put an end to self sabotage, and let you know her ONE, most shocking discovery about dating . . . that has nothing to do with dating.
Single and Catless is one part memoir, one part self help book; a game-changer and a riot to read. If you’re ready to learn everything she’s learned from dating everyone, then read on, you sassy little minx.
Kaylee Gryba is a Canadian writer, model/actor, and comedian. She began sharing her mortifying run-ins with the opposite sex on public forums with the 2016 and 2019 "Grown Ups Read Things They Wrote as Kids" live shows and podcast recordings, featured in Episode 314, “You Stole My Electron” and Episode 610, “My Hormones Were Flying.”
When her cringey stories and hilarious overreactions had the crowd doubled over in laughter, she took more of her tragically awkward relationship stories to "Pass The Hat," completing four different stand-up comedy shows in 2017 and 2018. The enthusiastic crowd response inspired her detailed, uncensored and laugh-out-loud-funny debut memoir, Single and Catless.