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If you’re on instagram you’ve likely seen this smash hit of a human being.
She’s insane. And loveable. And insane.
But like, in a fun way that makes you want to sit near her while she tells you stories in all her twirling chaotic glory.
Jenny just seems like a person who you can be best friends with in a way that requires very little of you because she is THE SHOW.
Which is great for an introvert in a sense, but would also be hell on earth because she would need you to DO THE THINGS. But MAN would you laugh while doing it.
I really enjoyed this book, she’s got a refreshing personality and wit.
Definitely worth a read, I can’t wait to read her next and newest book.
I think I’m psychic sometimes.
Or I’m an evil witch who accidentally marks a person for death upon reading their autobiography.
Poor sweet dirty bird Burt Reynolds.
This book was so fun to read and incredibly interesting!
I love a good autobiography these days and I really enjoyed how this sounds how he talked. His stories were cool, his life was amazing, and his heart was big as all get out.
And man did he love Sally Field.
And hate that photo shoot on the rug. He even wrote in the book how when he dies he hopes that no one remembers him JUST for that.
Go figure on social media that’s the picture EVERYONE and their mother was putting up to commemorate him.
Rest in peace you hairy bastard.
Two for two on surprise book back to back. First Kris Jenner, and now Amy Schumer.
So I originally intended to read this book and get it off my shelf because I kept seeing the cover and being like ‘UGH. Amy Schumer! Stop fucking staring at me.”
But what I ended up with was a well written book about her life and I came to actually respect and life her as a person.
I’ve never really liked her stage show, I don’t know why. I think sometimes I think it’s enough with the vagina jokes. (Guess I have to be in the mood for that.)
I’m not a prude when it comes to hilarious and gross and out there jokes, sometimes she gets a really good laugh from me.
But I was thinking that I was about to read a book that read like her comedy sketches go: Over the top and trying too hard.
What I got was slap in the face with the reality of who she is.
Which is that she’s not just her onstage persona. Whaaaat?! That happens?! She can be quiet and reserved? Who knew. (Sarcasm guys. I know that people aren’t always what they seem or portray to people on stage.)
This book has ended with me feeling for Amy Schumer and hoping that she has a great life and career and can actually DO something about gun control.
She’s great. And I wasn’t expecting to like this book, but she got me.
She really got me.
This book was deceiving as fuck.
Given the title I thought I was just about to read you know…gossip.
Totally expected Kris to dish with me on …well ‘All Things Kardashian’.
I thought I was going to read a palette cleansing book before moving on to other more in-depth and interesting books, but Kris surprised me by not just being a decent writer and story-teller, but by having an interesting life before her kids and before Bruce. (AKA: Caitlyn. This book was written when they were still together and in love and nothing had come to light.)
What I did NOT expect was that she was going to spend most of the book talking about her friend Nicole Brown Simpson and the OJ Simpson trial and how it affected her family and friends. It was interesting to get her perspective, and I don’t just mean interesting in a gossip seeking way. She ACTUALLY had real tea to spill and real information to share.
And real heartbreak that she went through.
I really enjoyed this book, you know, as much as you can about a family going through tragedy.
It was super interesting: Up until she started talking about her kids careers.
“What the fuck did I get myself into?”
This is the thought that came up the most when I read this book.
Look, I know who Marilyn Manson is. I’ve heard some of his music, I’ve read stories about what the fuck he gets into. I know he has beef with Justin Beiber about some t-shirts.
I don’t know why I know that but I do.
I know he was married to Dita Von Teese (who I adore.), dated Rose McGowan, and that he’s in general a pretty fucking weird guy.
I didn’t realize how gross he was.
This book was traumatizing in its brilliance, but also just gross because of gross things he did. He would scare me every other page with a startling pictures. Which I’m betting was the point. This guy is smart as hell and clever as a whip. And yes, for a while he was using his powers for evil and not good. But he took a long journey back to us (I’m sure he would resent that statement. Because who is “us”? The human race?) and he’s finally becoming a human being.
I don’t know.
This book was super messed up. His stories of his golden ages were really fucked up. As one would expect.
And then he would hit you with a story of how it hurts that people would harm themselves or others in his name. And you’re like ‘You poor soul, let me hold you.”.
Really think about it before you read this book. I didn’t . And I’m both worse and better for it.
It was intelligently thought out and executed in it’s contrasting unnerving you and making you love him at the same time.
What has happened to you.
All the things. All the good and all the bad. And all the in-between things.
I’ve loved Bif since I was teeny little preteen and so much of my early teens was filled with her music. And I’m so glad to finally read her words on the things that happened to her.
And SOooooooOOooooo much happened to her.
Just read this. It’s so goddamn good that I have no words for how good it is.
I’ve literally tried to write extra paragraphs about it but I honestly have zero words. Just a feeling about this book. Like I want to grab her close and squeeze her tight.
So many bad things happen to people (duh) and she got more dollops than I have that’s for sure. Which makes me always feel like that Lady Gaga song “Come to Mama”.
Come to Mama. Tell me who hurt ya .
Why is she the most adorable person to ever adorable?
Just a really funny, well written autobiography about the kicky little life of one of our most favourite Hollywood actresses.
Her stories were cute, and I really appreciated how honest she was about what it feels like to be an actress in the limelight. Like how all of sudden (because of Twilight) she was thrown into the light and everyone thought she was this rich actress because she was given dresses to wear to awards shows and how surreal it is to be in that type of situation and then have to go home to your tiny apartment that you share with your roommate and your cheap Ikea furniture and have to give all the jewels and the dress back the next day.
I really enjoy her awkwardness and honesty.
And her incessant joking about how Chris Pine is stalking her.
I don’t feel the need to write a really long review, she can tell you all about her life in this funny book!