GIVEAWAY: “It’s Not You, It’s Me”

We all have relationship issues and we’ve all been on the receiving end of “It’s not you, it’s me” – and we all have spent the following week with our BFFs Ben and Jerry trying to decide what went wrong, how we were to blame and how to move on.

I give you, ladies and gentlemen (but mainly ladies), the answers you’ve been searching for in “It’s Not You, It’s Me.

A delightful comedy about the after effects of a break up. Finally something that doesn’t involve love notes and Hollywood crap. In this movie you not only get a peek into how the opposite sex deals with a break up, but also what they’re thinking! Giving persona to all the thoughts going through your head, this movie really shows the different thoughts that run through your brain after a breakup.

That’s right ladies, finally a glimpse into the male’s scary brain! And, turns out, it’s not that scary – although a little misguided. The writer/director nailed both sexes’ brains, along with some key lines we all think a little too much.

Interested in seeing the movie that will unlock your dating dilemmas? Enter for a chance to win a signed copy of “It’s Not You, It’s Me.”

You can also check out the movie on iTunes or Amazon.

Giveaway Rules

Here’s how to enter:

1. Like us on Facebook

2. Follow us on Twitter

3. In the comments, tell us your worst breakup story. It can be crazy, sad, ridiculous, or whatever made that breakup particularly memorable/traumatic for you.

The other stuff: We’ll pick TWO winners at midnight on the 21st of February. We’ll be contacting you by carrier pigeon or email (whichever is easier), to get all of your details – and to, you know, share the exciting news that you won! 

One thought on “GIVEAWAY: “It’s Not You, It’s Me”

  1. We submit here? Well about a year ago or so I met this guy in college who seemed really nice. We started out as friends and within a few months we had moved to boyfriend/girlfriend, and we would go out and have coffee, lunch, dinner you name it. I thought thins wee going pretty well until Valentine’s Day rolled around. I could not get ahold of him. I later found out when I got a bouquet of roses and a card (delivered by a close buddy of his) that he had been seeing this other girl and that they had went up to the mountains and were staying at a cabin his family owns. Apparently (according to him) I wasn’t affectionate enough. Needless to say Valentine’s Day doesn’t quite have the appeal it use to.

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