But You Like Really Dated?!

The Celebropedia of Hollywood Hookups

by Ryan Casey

Product Details

  • On Sale:

    October 1, 2013
  • ISBN:

    9780062266774
  • Pages:

    192
  • This Edition:

    Trade Paperback

Book

Every time a celebrity couple breaks up, an angel gets its wings...

Admit it—but you're like really a pop-culture junkie, aren't you? And a junkie needs a fix. Am I right? Of course I am. Well, my friends, But You Like Really Dated?! is the perfect remedy. With more dirt than you can find under Lindsay Lohan's fingernails, and enough gossip to make even Joan Rivers blush, this exquisitely designed, epic tome is the ultimate guide to the stars who dated, dumped, hooked up, cheated on, married, divorced, married again, or made a sex tape in the wild world of Hollywood. If you have ever wondered just how many blonde models Leo has shown the town, or how many boy-toys have graced Britney's arm, But You Like Really Dated?! is the only book you'll ever need.

Full of hilarious (and hilariously accurate) illustrations of the most notorious members of Hollywood's elite and brimming with sharp commentary about the strange mating habits of celebrities, But You Like Really Dated?! is the brainchild of Ryan Casey, creator of the award-winning webcomic ButYoureLikeReallyPretty.com.

So put up your feet, pop open a bottle of your favorite spirits, and dive into the wild and wacky world of the celebrity dating game.

Author

Ryan Casey

Ryan Casey may have some form of "celebrity-related" autism. He can retain large chunks of celebrity diarrhea (aka knowledge) in his brain. He used his "disease" and his artistic skills to create the celebrity webcomic ButYoureLikeReallyPretty.com in 2009.

Ryan lives in Brooklyn, New York, with his smokin' hot manfriend and his Welsh terrier. He enjoys drinking white wine and watching women scream at each other on the television.

Reviews

“A hilarious visual breakdown of how much sex people who are prettier than me have and a brutal reminder of why I never want to be famous. I read this book and laughed and laughed. Then made some tea. It was a good day.” —Wylie Overstreet, author of The History of the World According to Facebook