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Ode means Forecasting World Destruction and the dead of night shopping sprees and Devil Dogdevouring monkeyshines of a creature known as Ambien Laurie At every turn Notaros pluck and irresistible candor set the New York Times bestselling author on a journey thats laugh out loud funny and utterly unforgettabl. She so reminds me of Ruby Wax If you like her uirky sense of humour this one s for you

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Ty 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 Notaros and her husbands own woofs a little too accurately the emails from her mother with FWD in the subject line which in email c. Laurie sounds like one of the coolest chicks to hang out with She has a dry wit and a skewed perspective on things Laurie most assuredly has lots of fans based on several books I can see why she has a following I bought the book on Kindle based on reviews This was a book I kept putting down I found it moderately funny and pushed myself to finish it A chapter devoted to tree stealing just wasn t that funny nor the opening chapter about trying on a blouse that was too small I bought it for humor but it didn t fully deliver

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#1 NEW YORK TIMES BESTSELLEREveryones favorite Idiot Girl Laurie Notaro is just trying to find the right fit whether its in the adorable blouse that looks charming on the manneuin but leaves her in a literal bind or in her neighborhood after shes shamefully exposed at a holiday party by delivering a low uali. I love Notaro s books The snide remarks the epic sarcasm the self deprecating humor her hilarious descriptions of her family her little dog and her co workers is just so entertaining and I kept laughing through every chapter Notaro can turn a phrase like few others in this world and she s laugh out loud funny I have so enjoyed reading her books and annoying my husband by reading him the best parts he acts annoyed that I interrupted his tv show but he can t help but laugh at what I read to him and had to admit it was greatYep this is one author I will follow and buy every book she writes Don t miss out on the funny

  • Paperback
  • 218
  • It Looked Different on the Model: Epic Tales of Impending Shame and Infamy
  • Laurie Notaro
  • English
  • 03 June 2017
  • 0345510992

About the Author: Laurie Notaro

Laurie Notaro was born in Brooklyn New York then spent the remainder of her formative years in Phoenix AZ where she created something of a checkered past She is the New York Times best selling author of the humor memoirs The Idiot Girls Action Adventure Club Autobiography of a Fat Bride I Love Everybody and Housebroken along with numerous others; two humor novels; and Crossing the Horizon a novel of historical fiction that tells the true story of once famous and now forgotten aviatrices prior to Amelia Earhart that vied to become the first female pilot to cross the Atlantic She resides in Eugene Oregon has a cute dog a nice husband and misses Mexican food like it was her youth



13 thoughts on “ It Looked Different on the Model: Epic Tales of Impending Shame and Infamy

  1. says:

    I love Notaro’s books. The snide remarks, the epic sarcasm, the self deprecating humor, her hilarious descriptions of her family, her little dog and her co workers is just so entertaining and I kept laughing through every chapter. Notaro can turn a phrase like few others in this world and she’s laugh out loud funny. I have so enjoyed reading her books and annoying my husband by reading him the best parts he acts annoyed that

  2. says:

    I cannot express how much I looooooooooved this book!!!!!!!! I haven't laughed this hard in ummmmmm maybe ever? You know that kind of laugh that makes your face hurt, tears stream down your cheeks, you can't catch your bre

  3. says:

    I absolutely love reading Laurie's books. Sometimes it is just the laugh I needed and sometimes it is nice to know someone else's family is as equally jacked up as mine. Our mothers could be long distant relatives. I can't wait to start the next Notaro book!

  4. says:

    Laurie sounds like one of the coolest chicks to hang out with. She has a dry wit and a skewed perspective on things. Laurie most assuredly has lots of fans based on several books. I can see why she has a following. I bought the book on Kindle

  5. says:

    I have been a fan of Laurie Notaro since she had a column in a local Phoenix publication. Her observations of ridiculous people and uncomfortable situations are dead on and truly funny, and she is at her absolute best when she is making fun of herself. It is the stuff we all think, but never admit to anyone else, about how dorky we all are deep down. She does go off on tangents rather frequently, but those asides are

  6. says:

    I think I am enough older than the author that a lot of it doesn't resonate. I am too old to fight with my mother, and she died 18 years ago a

  7. says:

    This book is well written and very funny. That sums it up in eight words but the review must be at least twenty words. Made it!

  8. says:

    In every Laurie Notaro book, there is at least one passage that makes me laugh until I snort, and run to my long suffering offspring's room where I interrupt whatever he's doing and insist on reading the passage to him, with gestures. I did not break my string of Notaro induced progeny annoyance episodes with this book.

  9. says:

    She so reminds me of Ruby Wax. If you like her quirky sense of humour, this one's for you.

  10. says:

    So bad! It is difficult for me to find words how bad! Maybe 11 year old would find it amusing.

  11. says:

    rubbish

  12. says:

    I discovered Laurie Notaro years ago she's the Every Girl, the one you'd love to have a drink with, the one you'd call if you'd just broken up w

  13. says:

    She has so many gems. There are a myriad of great lines that I would love to have at my fingertips. Will look for other book

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