snowcones. beyonce. taxidermy
Beyonce the 5' metal chicken is by far my favorite blogess post EVER
If you listen to this book on the subway, you will burst out laughing, and you will be that crazy person that people back away from. be prepared
Funny, engaging, great.
Jenny tells her own story with humor and humanity. You finish feeling like you not only know her story, but you know her.
Victor - the ease with which Jenny makes you identify with her husband who is loving and bewildered by his wife is awesome.
This is a great memoir by Jenny Lawson, strengthened because it is narrated by the author. About halfway through the book, I felt as though Lawson and I were sitting down for coffee and she was telling me her life story. There were points that I wondered where she was going to go with this book (would it be all light and airy?) when she introduced a harsh dose of reality - and how she dealt with it using humour.
Jenny Lawson, please make good on your promise to do 'Book 2'
Lawson is honest, raw and hilarious. Make sure you listen to the outtakes also. I love her blog, and was happy to hear the person behind it.
Yes - and I listened to it in a short time period. Funny vignettes make this easily digestible.
I love these "memoirs" that are read by the author. This is the third I have listened to and totally turned me on to the Bloggess. Since I have only listened to two other similar titles it is hard to rank, but I think I listened to the whole thing in only 3 days so...
Her honesty, humor and quirkiness.
This book was so funny. I could not stop listening. Jenny Lawson is funny, engaging, and so honest. Loved it.
Tell us about yourself! I am 66, live in se ala. retired military. Retired. I am a Christian. Married, 4 children 6grands, & 1 great . Bye
Not until she cleans up her mouth. Our youth get access yo this type of thing. They deserve better. No wonder we hear the F word so much. You may think its cute, but it just makes you sound trashy.
I quit after chapter 1!
Filthy language. I can assure there large amounts of people out here starving for this type of comedy.
It could have been a good book. Even a fine read for all generations. Too bad she had to ruin it.
I know we don't always see eye to eye on many things. Iwsh you all the best in your career. Again I emphasize the importance of cleaning up our language for the sake of our young people. I AM ALMOST SURE THE AUTHOR WILL NEVER READ THIS BUT AT LEAST I TRIED.
Love everything about this book. The characters (true or not) were wonderfully portraid, I loved them all. Her story is so outrageously funny (and a little bit sad at times) that I couldn't put it down.
I am sure people were wondering why I was laughing out loud as I rode my bike through our neighborhood listening to this.
If you need a break from the stresses of life, listen to this!
I bought this book because it was recommended due to the fact that I listen to David Sedaris.
All of David Sedaris's books are hilarious.
She tells the story well.
The Grandpa and racoon story. So funny I was crying!
Absolutely. There are more misadventures here than one can absorb in a first trip through this "mostly true" memoir.
The taxidermist lends a lot of credibility to the story. You can't make this stuff up.
You're not going to believe this but ...