“Spirituality isn’t yoga or vegetarianism or meditation. It’s a guy with married friends who is totally hopeless, sitting alone on a Saturday afternoon and asking: Why not me? So he becomes spiritual. When God wants someone to look for Him, He sabotages his relationships. That’s what He did to me."
Ariel is a 37-year-old TV writer in trendy Tel Aviv who can’t figure out whether settling down is his fondest dream or his most dreaded nightmare. In this relentlessly honest and hilariously profane novel, we follow Ariel as he tries to figure out if he wants a relationship that will last longer than the cottage cheese in his fridge. Is every guy just looking for a girl who’ll crack some eggs and make him meatballs?