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She embodies an irresistible pop-culture zeitgeist two-fer: We thrill to a clueless train wreck; we smell a clever, clever rat.to make the videos over the top,” she said from her home in Seattle.The argument over what’s real and what’s not has become, more than ever before, a major part of our reaction to art; the membrane between reality and imagination is getting more porous by the day.That mashup is what makes the Cahoon conundrum so captivating.window.sbbop Loaded){ var sbbop_modal = create Modal(modal); if (sbbop_modal !

Let's make something clear right from the start: this is the best example of a large beerhall I've seen anywhere in the world.No need to wonder if you should chew some gum while talking to him. While you definitely have to grow some thick skin, the bonus is that they really tell it like it is and that can be refreshing. Do not: Expect that guy you’ve been eyeing across the room to make his way to you.Do: Position yourself as close as possible and ask him a neutral question. Cahoon’s series of videos, based on the advice in her book, “The Single Girls’ Guide To Meeting European Men,” are so hilariously perky yet wooden, so social-media-savvy yet dated, so mannered yet subtle, so “worldly” yet wide-eyed, that “parody” vs. (Video posted below.)On the one hand, there’s the Gawker conclusion (shared by many), based on “in depth Internet research” revealing Cahoon on Facebook and her book on Amazon: She is “the world’s craziest dating expert” and the videos are “thrillingly real” (“please watch in splendid amazement”).On the other hand, there are those who say the videos — the costume changes! the imagine Cahoon (or “Cahoon”) pulling off a head-spinningly elaborate pop-culture fake-persona long con: Joaquin Phoenix meets Stephen Colbert meets Tina Fey/Amy Poehler meets Carrie Bradshaw. At least that’s what I was rooting for.) But the debate in the first place is a sign of our post-Blair Witch, post-reality TV, “I’m Still Here”/”Catfish“/”Jersey Shore”/You Tube times: We’ve become so jaded that it’s near impossible to distinguish between real life and a hoax — or a marketing strategy — and we’re always on the defensive for being duped.Leslie Juvin, a life counselor and blogger living in the French Alps, says, “Without scaring or intimidating readers, The Single Girl’s Guide to Meeting European Men is realistic about potential dangers and advises on how to avoid them, without killing the adventurous and fearless spirit of foreign travel.