Posts Tagged ‘neurotic’

Everyone knows someone like the nameless narrator in former SNL writer Patricia Marx’s Him Her Him Again The End of Him. Our nameless heroine starts an absolutely neurotic twenty-one-year-old college grad student, trying to decide on what the subject of her thesis is.  While at Cambridge, she stumbles upon a loquacious cad named Eugene.  Everyone has those ludicrously-bad college boyfriends, but no one can top Eugene.  He’s possibly one of the most obnoxious fops I’ve ever read: an absolute narcissist incapable of using monosyllabic words, whom is quick to remind everyone around him of his beloved almost-nominated-for-a-Nobel-prize grandfather.  Of course, eventually Eugene and the narrator break up, and then her neurosis reaches galactic proportions.

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