Jenny's hilarious accounts of childhood and adulthood simply will never get old. My only wish is that the book didn't have to end so soon, though it was almost 9 hours, to be fair.
The only other book I've read that was similarly delightful was Kathy Griffin's Official Book Club Selection.
It's hard to decide which scene I enjoyed most in this book. From macabre taxidermy disasters to post-traumatic inducing goose poop adventures, Jenny's stories are all equally masterful.
This book was laugh-out-loud funny, causing me to burst out laughing inappropriately at work.
How about another book based on your SexIs blog?
Foolishly nonsensical and thoroughly entertaining the way no one but Stephen Colbert could bring it. I enjoyed every minute of it.
Kathy Griffin's hilarious accounts caused me to erupt into laughter inappropriately at work on way too many accounts. More than just side-splittingly inappropriate, Kathy's brave openness about her often-uphill climb to the top consumed me with her endearing stories. I've seen Griffin's talk show, stand up comedy in person and on television, and "My Life on the D-List," and this book was by far my favorite. Often misunderstood and completely relatable, Kathy remains one of my top-five people I'd love to have dinner with. If you enjoyed Jenny Lawson's "Let's Pretend This Never Happened," you must listen to this book.
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