Perhaps this is a bit mean, but I bet the author isn't a very good copywriter. Communication doesn't seem to be her strong suit, nor insight into others, nor even concept.
It strikes me that the attempt at honesty here is more dishonest than most dating site profiles. With the exception of height, probably. And frankly, the depressed over-sharer has a not insignificant presence on OkCupid already. It was interesting to read the responses, though. They were not what I expected.
@queenofbithynia I was maybe seven or eight when I read the books and I was not raised in a very religious home.
I also wish Turkish Delight was anything but Turkish Delight. I was an angry child when I got to the last book and realized I'd been duped into reading a Christian allegory, and I was angrier years later when I first saw Turkish Delight.
@whizz_dumb My grandmother calls hers rhodies.
They wouldn't even do this on Chopped.
I got a guy in a bubble bath. Admirable.
Ted's still got a handful of girlfriends.
Ice yachting sounds fucking lovely.
@The Attic Wife I feel this way. Mostly I am concerned about the setting being moved to the American South.
@cherrispryte It is!