A one-way ticket on the slut bus.
The girls of Single Admissions, Kat, Peta and Alisha, are twenty-somethings missing one thing: a boyfriend. If love is a battlefield then single life is the apocalypse. To survive they must answer life’s big questions: How many Facebook status updates are too many? Is it possible to drink your bodyweight in alcohol? And is it really that bad to be single? For anyone who’s ever texted under the influence, danced on their lonesome or been asked the question — repeatedly — “When are you getting married?” “No Seriously, when?”
The Single Admissions story is of three young women navigating the perils of relationships. Through a mix of dark satirical humour and blatant pop culture currency, Single Admissions is a twenty something’s best friend.
ISBN: 978 1 921390 62 3
"I want to shout it from the rooftops: 'I'm in love...with 'Single Admissions'!!!!"
— Australian Stage, 2010
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