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Oct 14, Jason added it. I am inoculated against this book's charm. But seriously she's got some weird ideas. Feb 14, TheGremlin rated it it was ok Shelves: I went into this hoping for some humor.
After reading Belly Laughs: The Naked Truth About Pregnancy and Childbirth a couple years ago while I was pregnant, I was hoping to continue the humor and giggles. Instead, there are lots of supposedly-humorous anecdotes about Ms. McCarthy's love life, Hollywood life, and general life experiences, including about getting a boob job, botox, and being harassed and physically assaulted at school.
I couldn't really find the last one humorous at all, and even th I went into this hoping for some humor. I couldn't really find the last one humorous at all, and even though she was trying to make a point about friendships, I really kept thinking to myself, "WTF, I'd report them to the police for view spoiler [setting her hair on fire while on the school bus, which is school property hide spoiler ].
Personally, the only transcript I read was the Brothel girls. I read the beginnings of the transcripts but eventually ended up skimming over most of them.
Chat transcripts don't hold my attention at all. It's too much like reading Shakespeare in school, minus all the fancy thee and thou. I tried really hard to like this book. I really did. It just didn't happen. Oct 16, Arely rated it liked it. I really enjoyed reading this book because it had a lot of good life lessons in there. What put me off was the swearing. Yes, it starred the letters in the swearing ie. But it was actually quite interesting.
I found that the situations in there are good to learn in any case. It taught about self-worth, self-love which is not to be confused with narcissism and being happy with who you are.
I'm glad I bought it because if I ever feel that I am not wor I really enjoyed reading this book because it had a lot of good life lessons in there. I'm glad I bought it because if I ever feel that I am not worth something or not happy with something, I can always go back and read this book. It makes me understand that the saying "You can't love someone else if you don't love yourself.
And McCarthy has some pretty good points in it. Also, it has a love horoscope, which I enjoy perusing ; So while I wouldn't have bought this book if you held it against a fantasy or romance book, it taught me a lot of amazing lessons that I'm sure will help me through life. And that's always good. Jul 13, Kharah rated it did not like it Shelves: Let's be honest: I got through it in less than 24 h because you can skim through most of it and not miss anything.
If you read it to learn about McCarthy, you'll be disappointed. If you read it because you need a big laugh, you'll be disappointed. If you read it hoping to find relationship advice, you'll be disappointed. It's a collection of random thoughts bundled up as a set of essays with failed attempts to pull out a life lesson or t Let's be honest: It's a collection of random thoughts bundled up as a set of essays with failed attempts to pull out a life lesson or two and sprinkled liberally throughout with pop psychology, including something called The Work, which Jenny seems to believe is relationship manna.
Jenny McCarthy fans. This one was a disappointment for me. I've been kind of interested in Jenny McCarthy since her relationship with Jim Carrey and the birth of her autistic son, which has revealed a deeper side to her. However, I think one of her other books, especially the ones about autism would be a better fit for me.
I was expecting this to be funny, but it kinda fell flat for me. She just seems like she is trying too hard. While this is a quick read I read it in a couple of hours , that's virtually the only This one was a disappointment for me. While this is a quick read I read it in a couple of hours , that's virtually the only good thing I can say about it. Jun 14, Jenn rated it it was ok Shelves: This book is part essay, part interviews with professionals, and part just Jenny giving sort-of advice.
It was kind of one of those pointless books that didn't give me a whole lot of insight into Jenny. I am still glad that I read it though, because a few of the people interviewed have written books that I want to check out. It's a quick read, and there is some incite, just don't go into it expecting a whole lot. I wasn't really expecting it to be a self-help book or so preachy.
I thought it wou This book is part essay, part interviews with professionals, and part just Jenny giving sort-of advice. I thought it would be more fun. Oct 15, Kasey rated it did not like it Recommends it for: I thought Jenny McCarthy was supposed to be funny?
This is not funny. Not into it enough to stop reading this book after section one, and if you know me you know I am not one to give up on a book. There was however an interesting quote on the back of the book jacket.
Apr 04, Jo Forrester rated it liked it. It was just okay for me. I really didn't know where the book was going. Initially I thought that it was a classic comedian's collection of funny short stories. Then she would repeatedly quote another author It had its good points, it had its funny points but all in all, it was just okay. Dec 30, Kersten rated it did not like it. One star was too generous. I hated this book. I wanted to read something real. This was absolute crap.
She was trying to be funny but came off crude and disgusting. Don't waste your time. I'm just glad I borrowed it from the library. Sep 11, Kiridaren Jayakumar rated it it was ok Shelves: Just a basic pretentious of what is love and what is love.
Love without lust? Lust without love? And some of the additions of personal experience and such. Can read for relaxation by extremely fast speed haha. Aug 02, Michelle Pfingston rated it did not like it. It was pretty disappointing. Sep 20, Abbe added it Shelves: From Comedienne McCarthy, who has written more serious books on raising a child with autism in recent years, returns to lighter fare in this fun and funny guide to dating and relationships.
Some chapters are just for laughs, like when McCarthy recounts suiting up in a trash bag to help a roommate confirm she has come down with crabs, while others are more serious in tone, such From Comedienne McCarthy, who has written more serious books on raising a child with autism in recent years, returns to lighter fare in this fun and funny guide to dating and relationships.
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Feb 23, Nikki rated it it was ok Shelves: I have never read a Jenny McCarthy book but I do find her highly entertaining and humorous. Had this not been written by Jenny I do not think it would have been published.
The chapters felt more like articles in one of those girly magazines which I do not read because they are mostly advertisements and offer no true insight to things.
Chapters are brief and say little to nothing about the topic at hand. Jenny makes it s I have never read a Jenny McCarthy book but I do find her highly entertaining and humorous. Jenny makes it seem like there will be wisdom shared at the beginning of each chapter but there isn't.
Chapters often consist of interviews she performed which include noted laughing In fact a lot of the book reflected online research Jenny did before she threw the book together. The entire book felt like it should have been a website with links to various places with a brief lead in by Jenny which is how the chapters were and it would have made more sense, especially since there was so much regarding Twitter etc.
Entire chapter on zodiac love connections? Waste of space! A lot of obvious helpful tips are included. I did find some parts entertaining but I do not need lists of fetishes or names for body parts to take up book space.
It makes you question your feelings towards certain things by turning it on yourself, which I find actually works in many situations. I walked away feeling a little sad for Jenny, especially after stories like the one with the Teletubby.
I also felt like she kept name dropping Chelsea Handler for some reason who I love. I feel like Jenny may be a little lost, but she is still entertaining. Despite taking almost nothing from the book and feeling like it was a waste of paper, I did find it entertaining enough especially some of Jenny's real stories for 2 stars.
Jan 26, Kimberly rated it really liked it Shelves: Back in January I had myself a wee obsession with Jenny McCarthy's books and kinda read 4 of them within a week or so and this was the last of them that I read, and really enjoyed, maybe not as much as the other books I've read by her but I still liked it.