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It’s winter. Jane and Lindsay just want to drink coffee, smoke cigarettes and make out with horrible people while they wait to die. They take pride in being scum as they drive around eating cookies and giving hand jobs in parking lots. Like Jane and Lindsay’s sexual experiences, this audiobook will make you laugh and end in a way that isn’t very satisfying.

©2014 Annie Donahue-Grossman (P)2014 Audible Inc.

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Not the most uplifting story, especially considering there are real people like this. When you are Goth and you are not suppose to care about life or anything else, it is hard to tell someone you like them. These girls keep talking about trying to get boned, but drugs and stupidity keep getting in the way. So there is not as much sex in this as it sounds, mostly talk about getting sex and how.

Having said all that, I was entertained, there were no boring parts. Had it gone on much longer it most likely would have gotten boring as the story or lack of, did not seem to have anywhere to go. It did sort of remind me of You Suck and Bite Me by Moore, although no where near as funny.

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