A humorous series of essays entitled "Things I've Learned from Women Who've Dumped Me" had me rolling around laughing. A combination of honesty and wit create unforgettable stories you want to share with your friends. However, some of these essays have the tendency to be a little ronchy and so I wouldn't recommend reading it aloud to your mother. She may not have the same uncalloused appreciation you have developed.
a disappointment from really talented comedy writers. Just seemed an excuse to use profanity and, in some cases, some really unappetizing imagery. This is the 3rd Hachette audio that I've purchased (others by Stephen Colbert and Amy Sedaris who I like too) and I haven't liked any of them. The abridged version probably doesn't help either..
Avid "reader" of history - military and with a more British slant the past few years. Rarely read novels but Anthony Powell's DTMoTime zomg
credit time had come and this time I learned my lesson by wasting money instead of a credit on something like this....if you can relate to that then you are a real deal audible.com book warrior. Not too well put together and I found the stories pretty lame. Meh -ditto.