How to Be Single - Chapter 2: Rule 2 Summary & Analysis

Liz Tuccillo
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Chapter 2: Rule 2 alternates between sections of present tense and past tense. Julie explains that she and Alice carefully selected plans for their upcoming girls night out for Georgia, who had threatened suicide and feared living life alone. They knew the night had to be upbeat and fun-filled. Using Alice’s dating information and logic, they choose to go to a steak house for dinner because it will be filled with men seeking meat and beer. Julie wonders how her friends will get along. Having not met previously, they only know about each other through her. She sums up their characteristics: Georgia is newly divorced and on the verge of a nervous breakdown; Ruby is depressed over the death of her cat; Serena obsesses over her mental and physical health; and, Alice’s full time job is dating. Georgia tries to dress too young...

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