[Epub] ↠ It Looked Different on the Model: Epic Tales of Impending Shame and Infamy Author Laurie Notaro – Snapchatlogin.us

It Looked Different on the Model: Epic Tales of Impending Shame and Infamy1 NEW YORK TIMES BESTSELLEREveryone S Favorite Idiot Girl, Laurie Notaro, Is Just Trying To Find The Right Fit, Whether It S In The Adorable Blouse That Looks Charming On The Mannequin But Leaves Her In A Literal Bind Or In Her Neighborhood After She S Shamefully Exposed At A Holiday Party By Delivering A Low Quality Rendition Of Jingle Bells Notaro Makes Misstep After Riotous Misstep As She Shares Tales Of Marriage And Family, Including Stories About The Dog Bark Translator That Deciphers Notaro S And Her Husband S Own Woofs A Little Too Accurately, The Emails From Her Mother With FWD In The Subject Line Which In Email Code Means Forecasting World Destruction , And The Dead Of Night Shopping Sprees And Devil Dog Devouring Monkeyshines Of A Creature Known As Ambien Laurie At Every Turn, Notaro S Pluck And Irresistible Candor Set The New York Times Bestselling Author On A Journey That S Laugh Out Loud Funny And Utterly Unforgettable From The Trade Paperback Edition.

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    3.5 starsI love Laurie Notaro s unique sense of humor and her non fiction books are so much better than her fictional ones because of the goofy stuff that happens to her on a daily basis This book is a funny fast read that helped get me through a trip to the DMV to change my address on my license I was the only person having fun...


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    There are few things worse than reading a review that makes a book sound amazing and laugh out loud funny, wait for weeks until it s actually in the system, wait all day until there s time to curl up and start reading said hilarious book, and don t laugh Not even a slight smile The author s sense of humor is not mine and I m still trying to find humor in getting stuck in shirt that was clearly marked as a size too small and getting...


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    WARNING Do not read this book while you are in the doctor s office waiting room You will either be laughing so hard that the receptionist will think you are having a seizure or you will be asked if everything is all right since you are crying The book i...


  4. says:

    Pretty funny book I had fun listening to it while I worked I think people were wondering why I was laughing sometimes.


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    It Looked Different on the Model Epic Tales of Impending Shame and Infamy by Laurie Notaro I ve pretty much read every Laurie Notaro book, and as usual, this one did not disappoint in the least In fact, I would say that this is one of my favorite by her She is hilarious If you enjoy Jen Lancaster, this is no way you can t enjoy Notaro and vise versa The situations that Laurie gets herself into are too funny, I found myself laughing on several occasions while reading this book They are also situations that one can see themselves getting into For the most part, they aren t over top, making her very relatable I would recommend this for anyone looking for some humor It s a fun, quick read ...


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    I should start out by saying that I had never read a Laurie Notaro book before so I didn t have any grand expectations like some of the other reviews, but I can say just one thing if it s meant to be funny, it probably should be The opening essay follows the author through the dressing room shame of not being ...


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    Ambien shenanigans Tweekers falling asleep on your front lawn Getting into a fight with a size M shirt at a boutique store and losing All just moments in the life of Laurie Notaro, a humor writer transplanted from sunny Arizona to the hippie laced suburbs of Oregon And in her latest memoir, It Looked Different On The Model, Notaro welcomes us again into the zany world that is her no holds barred brain.Notaro has been my hero for quite some time and though I couldn t get into her recent novel, I m still a huge fan of her true to life, hilarious stories No one makes me giggle like Notaro, and some of her scenes in this one especially those including Ambien Laurie will forever be embedded in my brain Her line about a monkey rooting through purse trash Comedy gold.That being said, is this Notaro s finest work Nope Laurie is at her best when she s making fun of herself and relating stories of impending shame and infamy, as her title suggests The only problem here is that while a few of her recent tales had me in stitches, the vast majority just sort of rambled along with no real goal or intention Just between you and me, friends, I may have skimmed over a few ...


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    One of the reviews I read said that Notaro has sledgehammer humor or something to that effect Nothing is treated subtly I agree But I think the problem with reviews like this is the way the reader read the book, and not so much with how the author wrote the book Here s what I mean The book is not a novel It is a series of humorous anecdotes and rants If you read the book all at once, the way you d read a novel, it does run together and get old But I do not believe that s the wa...


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    Laurie Notaro is a gift to all our feminine insecurities She gets to the heart of the matter, slices it to pieces and exposes it with raw humor The next time I try on clothes at the boutique, I m not going...


  10. says:

    I m going to say this one time Jenny Lawson had ruined me for any kind of female memoir book

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