Yes, but I would want a significant amount of time to elapse. I still remember some of the funniest parts vividly.
It made me laugh out loud
First hand knowledge and experience.
Sticking her arm in the cow's vagina
Funny in a warped way.
What's not to love about this book and admire about the author? Anyone who can write (and then read) in such a way that a) I have to laugh out loud frequently, b) I must text my friend the best lines so we can laugh together, and c) I start talking and writing similarly, is my idol. And also, anyone who can use profanity more often and more convincingly than I - and make a career of it - deserves accolades. I'm her newest, biggest fan.
A different person doing the voice
Couldn't listen to her voice
Couldn't get past the first chapter
Only audible book I gave up on - should remember to listen to the sample next time - my bad!
Truly one of the most entertaining books I've listened to in YEARS & Jenny reading it totally topped it! I will be gifting this book to several people!
The author is hilarious, it felt more like a conversation with a friend than listening to a book.
I liked that the author made fun of herself while being unapologetic for being human.
The honesty of the author, I will listen to this book over and over.
I love books on tape. I listen everyday, while walking the dog, doing work, driving long distances. I was looking for something light, since I had listened to several books that were heavier just prior to listening to this one. This one is so stupid, I can't waste my time on it. I made a mistake. There must be a market for it, but I have tried to start over with it several times. Who wants to waste a whole book. I truly did with this one.
I couldn't even take a sip of drink because I was scared I would choke from laughing so hard! The funniest book I've ever listened to.
Narration and story line were both hilarious
Yes, Jenny is hilarious! I related to a lot that she had been through. I loved how she shined a funny, happy, and oddly optimistic light on almost everything.
Jenny is great, keeps you entertained, and wondering what the hell is going to happen to her next. This is because there is no way you could guess what you are about to hear.
I did not know anything about Jenny when I bought this book, but I am so thankful I stopped and listened.
Most people do not....
I laughed, I cried, and I related in a way I did not feel was possible. Her relationship with her husband, Victor, is just like mine with my girlfriend.
Thank you Jenny!!!
Just having Jenny read it made it that much better. The bonus chapters didn't hurt either. She's brilliant.
I wouldn't compare this to anything. Read it, you'll see what I mean.
I love all her stories about her father. He is ca-razy. Also, Victor. God bless Victor.
I laughed until I cried. Also the combination of bad freeway traffic and her troubles having a baby made me a little sick, but that's mostly just a personal problem.
I'm looking forward to everything else she eventually puts out. I mean, my friend and I seriously drove to another state to see her and get our books signed. She was worth it.
I love the sincerity, the humor, and the narration. Jenny's voice is very nice, and I feel like it'd be hard for someone else to give her stories the correct inflection.
Probably the magic squirrel. That, or the time she wore a deer sweater. Or the cow thing. Maybe truck/snake incident.
Her narration made it feel like she was telling her story just to me. She's warm and inviting on her blog, and warm and inviting in her storytelling.
So. Much. Taxidermy.
This is a woman who's incredibly honest (and funny) about a wide variety of topics, and I feel like she did a damn good job. She made me laugh and read parts of it out loud to my daughter (or anyone else within earshot), even when the topic at hand wasn't necessarily palatable.