After Tina Fey's hilarious and light self-deprecating humor with Bossypants, George Carlin came across as unbelievably negative and critical. His humor brought me down, and I think humor should lift you up.
Not likely, and I thought I liked him.
No. Her whiny kid voices set my teeth on edge.
Irritation. I couldn't wait for it to end.
If the author had said one more time, "Have I mentioned I'm _______?" or "Future Hoarders of America..." my head might have exploded.
Yes. Yes you have mentioned it. Several times. Too many times.
The names (pseudonyms) of her kids are ridiculous. Snopes? Really?
I have kids. Not everything out of their mouths is an irritating whine. In this rendition, every time a child spoke it was like nails on a chalkboard.
The Wyma's have money.
Lots of Bible quotes and Jesus references. I guess I should have done my homework. If I had known this was a "Christian" book, I would have never gotten it.
I think it's a sin to let your kids drink Dr. Pepper (or any soft drink for that matter).
It's an interesting view into the minds of introverts and extroverts--psychologically, socially, and culturally.
No. Her narration drove me nuts. Just because this book is about introverts does not mean that you have to narrate the book as if you are trying to make someone fall asleep. I'm an introvert. I don't speak breathily (if that's a word).
I really liked the book, but the narration was not my cup of tea.
Tina Fey's light, self-deprecating humor was a delight to listen to. I actually think that people who read the book missed out. You must listen to Tina Fey read her story.
So many snippets of fun from her hair to her clothing style--all of it very relatable.
If you are looking for some fun mind (ear?) candy, get this. I want to listen to it again.
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