Life doesn't get more hilarious than when Chelsea Handler takes aim with her irreverent wit.
In this wickedly honest new work, Chelsea Handler casts the net wider with even funnier results, recalling the most noteworthy highs and lows of her life to date - including her efforts to diversify by dating red-haired men, her obsession with midgets, and the dog-sitting interlude in which her boyfriend became overly familiar with a Peekapoo.
Chelsea Handler loves to smoke out "dumbassness", the condition people suffer from that allows them to fall prey to her brand of complete and utter nonsense.
Friends, family, co-workers - they've all been tricked by Chelsea into believing stories of total foolishness and into behaving like total fools.
Luckily, they've lived to tell the tales and, for the very first time, write about them.
Wherever Chelsea Handler travels, one thing is certain: she always ends up in the land of the ridiculous.
Now, in this uproarious collection, she sneaks her sharp wit through airport security and delivers her most absurd and hilarious stories ever. is a laugh-out-loud trip around America (and Mexico!
) with Sarah as she braves crying in nail salons, mother-daughter road trips, Iowan casinos, and single-shaming resorts.
From a fling-gone-wrong to friend breakups and a new romance, Sarah's signature wit and sharp observations take you on a journey at once so deviously funny and surprisingly compassionate that it might just steal your heart - not to mention your pants.
Jen Kirkman wants to be the voice in your head that says, "Hey, you're okay. And especially if other people try to tell you you're not." In I Know What I'm Doing - and Other Lies I Tell Myself, Jen offers up all the gory details of a life permanently in progress.
She reassures you that it's okay to not have life completely figured out, even when you reach middle age (and find your first gray pubic hair! As a young kid growing up in a farm town, Ross Mathews might as well have wished for a pet unicorn or a calorie-free cookie tree to grow in his front yard.
Either of those far-fetched fantasies would have been more likely to come true than his real dream: working in television in Hollywood, California. In her hilarious New York Times best seller You’ll Never Blue Ball in This Town Again, Heather Mc Donald recounted her adventures as an unwilling virgin in Hollywood.