This girl is nuts, but in a very endearing way. I don’t know what it is about her, but she’s so cute even when she’s talking about farts.
She talks about the childhood traumas of growing up a monkey, a Jewish girl, and the humiliations of her life that led her to being one of the most well known female comedians of our time.
This man started a blog about his life as a waiter, and it turned into a book deal eventually. …and I hate to be a butthead, because some of this was pretty funny, but I don’t get why he was given a book deal.
Sure it gives you some behind the scenes of being a waiter, and I’m sure that other waiters and waitresses would really like it, but it was not for me.
It was said to be the “Kitchen Confidential” for waiters, but Anthony Bourdains was far better story wise.
Steve Dublanica definitely has a good voice when it comes to writing, but I think he should write about something different. Maybe it’s just me, but I didn’t think the waiter stuff was the greatest.
I’ve listened to the podcasts, or smodcasts if you will, and these two guys are beyond funny. And disturbed.
Only read this if you have a dee-sgusting sense of humour and can withstand reading stories about things like anal fissures. Because if you can’t stomach that, then you won’t even remotely appreciate the hilarity these two, and some times special guests, offer.
Kevin Smith is best known as Silent Bob, but he is anything but shy in real life, and this book gives you an insightful look into the movie mans brain.
This man is a dirty bird and I looooove it!
This is all about his life, obviously since the theme this week is biographies. He goes on about how he grew up (a chubby mama’s boy), and how he conquered drugs, had a load of sex, fell in love with tons of girls and how he became the riotous man we know and love.
He’s incredibly cheeky and it’s a hilarious read for someone who needs a good laugh and wants to know why Russell Brand is the way he is.
Just a thought for those who actually know me, or even if you don’t.
If you would like a book list made up for you by me of what I think you should read (a more personalized one, not just the random books on this blog) then please let me know! I would gladly do that!
Please let me know the following information: -what you like to read, what reading level you are looking to read in (ie, light reads, some food for thought or a heavy puzzling mind thrashing book) and what are some of your favourite movies (this is just so I know what you are into in general).
Read it, live it, laugh at it!
PS: For privacy I won’t post you asking me for a book list, but I will answer you via the email given from the comment! 🙂