Care to Make Love in That Gross Little Space Between Cars? is the sequel to The Believer magazine's previous advice book, You're a Horrible Person, But I Like You. Featuring objectively terrible and mostly hilarious advice from bigwig comedians, writers, actors, and perhaps my favorite category, “miscellaneous Canadian rock musicians,” Care to Make Love is exactly what you would expect from folks involved with productions like, The Daily Show, SNL, Late Show with David Letterman, Parks and Recreation, and so forth. It's a bathroom read, quick and dirty, with many LULz and only a few outright misses. No one wants to sit on your lap, okay, Bob Saget? Not even John Stamos, I'm fairly certain.
The questions are just as ridiculous as the answers, most of the time. A few examples:
“Is there a manly way to eat cotton candy?”
“Is there such a thing as love at first sight, or is he just looking at my tits?”
“Sometimes I find myself ever so slightly turned on by the juniper tree in my backyard…”