Wonder what a written list, the internet, and a generous helping of good old fashioned love advice will get you...
“Based on an Amazon bestseller the true story of its author Manny Carter, Baby Boomers is a romantic comedy about a middle-aged man’s dating mishaps in the internet era.”
“After his girlfriend of three years kicks him out into the streets of Las Vegas, protagonist Jerry finds himself broke and broken-hearted. He has two options: move back to his childhood town Lawrenceville or stick it out on his own. He chooses Option B.“
“The optimist in him knows that he can find someone, somewhere. What Jerry doesn’t know is that he’ll have to wade through Vegas weirdos, Daddy and Mommy issues, threesome enthusiasts, instances of microwave-induced animal deaths, and doomsday-prepping dominatrixes to find a genuine connection in this day and age.”
“I met Vicky off a dating site. We talked and she invited me to her job. I said no. She was amazed after sending me sexy photos of her. She insisted I come to her club, buy her drinks and chase her. I simply said no. I capitalized on the one thing that most men don't notice. Women are impatient.”
“I noticed a strange tattoo on the back of Autumn's leg. She had the numbers one through ten on it and eight spots had names on it. She kept score, literally, of the men that gave her orgasms. I was told I could be number nine. I decided against being number nine, or ten, for that matter.
“Jenny comes out a few minutes later, changed into a cute little nighty and basically said, “Manny I like you. If you do a good job eating my cookie out, then you can be my boyfriend.” She held up her phone with the timer set to 45 minutes. See ya!”
“I ended up meeting a girl in my apartment complex and not off a dating website. She was pretty and this made contact pretty easy. I quickly learned though that she drank beer like a fish and eventually she accused me of stealing her wallet as she said, “All black men steal. It's just what you do.” Needless to say I was pretty pissed off by that and left.”