I plan to listen to this again so that I can share with friends - you can't just keep this awesomeness to yourself...and so that I won't feel so crazy about laughing my a$$ off in the car as I listened.
Fighting off vultures with a machete to protect a doggie grave!
Too many to recount here - the HR stories and meeting the future in-laws come to mind...
Vultures aren't deterred by machetes!
Jenny, you're the best! Thanks for writing what most of us only think about or whisper to each other.
I usually don't listen to books a second time, but there are some parts of this book that are just too funny, so maybe.
The author is very animated, it almost like sitting with the person and listening to them talk. Her expressions are a riot! I loved it.
I loved hearing about her experience with panic attacks. I have panic disorder as well as agoraphobia and it was refreshing to hear her find humor in those awful times.
Extremely funny but also relatable. Her Post-It note conversations are hilarious!
The tone that is often in her voice is priceless. If I was simply to read the book I feel I would not have picked up on her 'attitude' as much.
I listen while commuting and could easily pick up from where I left off. Loved her voice.
Even though sometimes it was a bit over the top, it was relatable.
Jenny's accent and tempo help paint the picture. I have to think that listening to this book is better than reading. Not always the case.
Too many good stories to pick my favorite.
So good my daughter follows her blog.
-- Great Author Reader --- Jenny voices her book with the love and quirkiness only this author can bring. She has a great voice and gives the comic timing the read deserves. She also used her prerogative as the author to add audio content to her outstanding work. Stellar book and stellar author/reader...
Since I haven't read the hard copy I'm not sure, but I will say that listening to Jenny read it did add a lot to the story that I really enjoyed!
Jenny is just hilarious... it is very hard to choose. But listening to her talk about her dad and all of his animals... dead and alive, was pretty darn funny. but then again, so were about 100 other parts of the book. Very hard to say!
just can't choose. that girl is hilarious!!!
the story about her dog was very sad... at the same time that it was also (here's the word again) hilarious! don't want to spoil it by saying more...
she made me want to read her blog and keep following her. great, great book!
Jenny is hysterical, even turning her debilitating anxiety into hilarious yet humbling stories about social awkwardness that most people can relate to. Her childhood in rural Texas is nearly unbelievable, unless of course you also grew up in a small town, then you know it's all totally based on truth. There are also a couple of very poignant, personal chapters that made me cry, showing Jenny to be more than just a funny girl - she's also a loving mother, devoted wife, and caring friend. I really enjoyed this audiobook and actually looked forward to my long, daily commute!
This lady is nuts. But she is entertaining, so I say four stars.
Yes, I really enjoyed the book.
Jenny is very funny. She makes me feel normal and not alone.
All of it.