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27-Aug-2017 00:33

Oh lord, there’s a sight guaranteed to create fear in the minds of any young couple of their wedding day, Stephen Merchant standing up to give a speech.

And when you see the speech he does give, you’ll realise all fears are perfectly valid.

) as a mismatched couple and centers on their struggle to survive their first year of marriage.

While the logline and “romantic comedy” description may sound a bit trite, this actually looks like a solid comedy.

If you don’t believe me, remember Sex & The City, a warts-and-all portrait of the relentless New York dating scene that seemed to me exactly like the deepest pit of Hades, only with better footwear.

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Josh is a thinker, Nat’s a doer, he’s lasses faire and she’s quite anal… Their wedding is a dream come true, but family, friends and even the minister who marries them aren’t convinced that they can last.As one who’s generally been only too happy to step aside for the alphas to get first dibs as per the natural order of things, resigning myself to offering a shoulder to cry on when alpha-guy had inevitably moved on – at least partly in the hope that the shoulder might prove more enticing than the lady might have been expecting – I would have enjoyed reading about others’ experiences. In particular, Green’s suggestion that you memorise jokes seems lame even by beta standards.My approach has always been simply to make jokes at my own expense.I’ve never been able to understand those serial daters who flit from romance to romance like bumblebees buzzing from petal to petal, spreading STIs in lieu of pollen.It’s hard enough trying to find someone who’s single, tolerably nice and over their last failed relationship/s, let alone facing the near-impossible challenge of trying to convince them that their lives would be improved with you in it.

Josh is a thinker, Nat’s a doer, he’s lasses faire and she’s quite anal… Their wedding is a dream come true, but family, friends and even the minister who marries them aren’t convinced that they can last.

As one who’s generally been only too happy to step aside for the alphas to get first dibs as per the natural order of things, resigning myself to offering a shoulder to cry on when alpha-guy had inevitably moved on – at least partly in the hope that the shoulder might prove more enticing than the lady might have been expecting – I would have enjoyed reading about others’ experiences. In particular, Green’s suggestion that you memorise jokes seems lame even by beta standards.

My approach has always been simply to make jokes at my own expense.

I’ve never been able to understand those serial daters who flit from romance to romance like bumblebees buzzing from petal to petal, spreading STIs in lieu of pollen.

It’s hard enough trying to find someone who’s single, tolerably nice and over their last failed relationship/s, let alone facing the near-impossible challenge of trying to convince them that their lives would be improved with you in it.

Josh’s ex-girlfriend, Chloe (Anna Faris), and Nat’s handsome American client Guy (Simon Baker), could offer attractive alternatives…