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.
I love the variety of almost true stories and also that Jenny Lawson was the one who Narrated her own book that was so helpful. If you do not like fowl language then this book is not for you.. I do not mind so I loved it.
This book was extremely funny and full of such quirky and "out there" stories, I would definitely listen to it again. Lawson had me laughing out loud and her voice only added to how funny the stories were.
She tells the story so funny. I felt like she was in the room with me telling stories.
I laughed alot
Yes. I listen while I drive to work, and I would sit in my car sometimes up to 20 minutes trying to at least finish a chapter.
Jenny Lawson is so incredibly funny and relatable (for me anyway-ADD, RA, plain crazy country folk). I will buy (and listen to multiple times) anything she writes!
Both! More than once!