This movie parallels events in my life way too closely! But it is a good flick nevertheless.
I want to scream "Noooo!" when Mike calls that girl Nikki at 2:30 in the morning right after he just met her.
A big change from high school to college was that in the former, you could call a girl only hours after you just got her number. Later on, as we get older, we have to look like we have more important things to do.
A good point the movie makes when Mike finally meets Loraine (Heather Graham) is that it's usually best to tell the truth. People get so caught in their lies - like when Nikki remembers him trying to get a job application for Starbuck's.
But I remember the "car chases," where every single guy hoping to score must take his own separate car so he's not responsible for driving a buddy home, or dependant on them for a ride (thus free to go wherever with a chick he meets). I totally used to be a stickler about not driving anyone or riding with anyone to clubs or parties. Haha.
I also have a friend much like Trent (Vince Vaughn) who got all the girls with seemingly little or no effort. He's still at it and will probably never settle down (but I've learned that's a good thing when I look at how all the couples I know eventually tire of each other and become miserable - well technically speaking - I have some married friends that appear to be working out just fine for the time being.)
Anyway, this movie is a great "documentary" on the single life.