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There's only one rule, mate. And that is you gotta cultivate the *perception* that you're a man in demand.
But I'm not in demand.
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A clever, lighthearted comedy that is very relatable.
It's hard not to go on the journey with the main character Arthur as he is tosses and turns one night trying to make sense of where he stands with the object of his affection and life in general.
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