The Art of Dating

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'''The Art of Dating''' is a zine written by Madison Borth, under the name Emby, in early 2012.
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''The Art of Dating'' chronicles the author's experiences dating using the site OKCupid, and also discusses Borth's struggles with anxiety.  
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The Art of Dating is a zine written by Madison Borth, under the name Emby, in early 2012. It chronicles the author's experiences dating using the site OKCupid, and also discusses Borth's struggles with anxiety.  
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The zine is separated into sections. Each date that Borth goes on has it's own article, and includes a description of what she was wearing on each date, her thoughts and worries about the person she was meeting, as well as a "code name" for each person. In between these entries, Borth includes lists of some of the sillier messages she received on OKCupid, her favorite pick up lines and her favorite ice breakers.
The zine is separated into sections. Each date that Borth goes on has it's own article, and includes a description of what she was wearing on each date, her thoughts and worries about the person she was meeting, as well as a "code name" for each person. In between these entries, Borth includes lists of some of the sillier messages she received on OKCupid, her favorite pick up lines and her favorite ice breakers.
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The Art of Dating is a zine written by Madison Borth, under the name Emby, in early 2012.

The Art of Dating chronicles the author's experiences dating using the site OKCupid, and also discusses Borth's struggles with anxiety.

The zine is separated into sections. Each date that Borth goes on has it's own article, and includes a description of what she was wearing on each date, her thoughts and worries about the person she was meeting, as well as a "code name" for each person. In between these entries, Borth includes lists of some of the sillier messages she received on OKCupid, her favorite pick up lines and her favorite ice breakers.

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