Pat Peoples has a theory. The theory is this: his life is actually a movie produced by God. And Pats God-given mission in life is to become physically fit and emotionally literate, whereupon God will ensure the movie is a romcom, complete with happy ending which, for Pat, means the return of his estranged wife Nikki, from whom he's currently having some 'apart time.' It might not come as any surprise to learn that Pat has spent several years in a mental-health facility. When Pat leaves hospital and goes to live with his parents, however, everything seems changed: no one will talk to him about Nikki; his old friends now have families; his beloved football team keep losing; his new therapist seems to be recommending adultery as a form of therapy. And he's being haunted by Kenny G. There is a silver lining, however, in the form of tragically widowed, physically fit, and clinically depressed Tiffany, who offers to act as a go-between for Pat and his wife. If only Pat will give up watching football, agree to perform in this years Dance Away Depression competition, and promise not to tell anyone about their contract'. Easy, really . . .

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20. Oktober 2013

Gerade habe ich die Verfilmung gesehen und lese jetzt den Roman. #nowreading

how great women are and how it’s important to treasure your woman while you have her because if you
don’t, you can lose her pretty quickl