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Book Recommendation Wednesday: The Celeb Cartoon Encyclopedia But You Like Really Dated?!

This may come as no great shock to you, but here at, we are very into the Real Housewives of Wherever. It was via Bravo and Watch What Happens Live that we became familiar with Ryan Casey, the genius behind the hilarious and profane blog, But You’re Like Really Pretty.

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Courtesy of It Books/HarperCollins

Courtesy of It Books/HarperCollins

Ryan’s first book But You Like Really Dated?! is a “celebropedia” of Hollywood relationships. It includes nearly 200 pages of his amazing illustrations, and I love all the different sections. There’s the timeline of the super couple, an examination of the most notorious serial daters in the celeb world (Taylor Swift, George Clooney, etc.), the wildest gossip stories in celeb love history, and even a little match-making of perfect potential couples. Sienna Miller and Robert Pattinson is a genius pairing!

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Courtesy of It Books/HarperCollins

Courtesy of It Books/HarperCollins

My favorite part of the book was about celebrity kids (again, shocking, right?). Ryan imagined which celeb kids should get married one day. How great would Milania Giudice and Mason Disick be together? And Suri Cruise and Skyler Berman would have the fanciest wedding of all time.

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Courtesy of It Books/HarperCollins

Courtesy of It Books/HarperCollins

Not only is the book funny, it’s straight-up informative. I totally forgot that Moby and January Jones dated. And Lisa Kudrow and Conan O’Brien?! I’m psyched to keep But You Like Really Dated?! on my desk for reference, but it would also look nice on a pop-culture addict’s coffee table. The book is out October 1, and you can buy here.

What’s the last great book you read? Have you ever seen Ryan’s blog before? What’s your favorite goofy pop-culture site? Tell us in the comments below or tweet us @OKMagazine.