If you’re looking for new and inventive ways to harass your cow-orkers (that was a typo but I’m keeping it!) then you need to pick up some tips from this glorious book. I originally saw a review of this book on Sarah Says Read. Sarah’s review was so good that I had to go to the local library and pick this one up. Thank you, Sarah, for the RAWResome book recommendation! Hmmm … I should give you some kind of … award … or something … hmmm?
You can already see what I have up my sleeve, can’t you!?
Each chapter is written by a different friend, assistant or family member and they tell about times when Chelsea exaggerated the truth to them, or were part of one of her lies. Like everything Chelsea writes, there were times when I laughed out loud.
And I cackle. Like a witch at the Saturday night Improv.
So I scared the Man-Beast. With my RAWRs of laughter.
Anyway. I loved the book. Read it pretty quickly and took it with me everywhere I went.
I only thought the voice of each of the chapters sounded the same. So I was expecting the last sentence to be, “Haha, suckers! I wrote the whole book. None of that was true. Love, Chelsea.”
But don’t worry. That’s not the ending.
I also have to say that her friends, family and co-workers are the most patient people I’ve heard of. They also must be the most gullible people on the planet. Chelsea Handler must make it a point to surround herself with gullible people.
One last thing.
Thank God that there’s someone out there like Chelsea Handler. Thank God there’s a beautiful woman who’s not afraid to talk about vaginas, chicken fingers and Delta Burke. Thank God there is a crass, smart, funny and raunchy female in mainstream/pop culture who can help break down the stereotype that women are supposed to be delicate, emotional, little creatures.
So thank you, Chelsea, and people like Chelsea, for being so RAWResome.
But let’s be honest. Delta also helped to blaze that trail.
(Running gag answer: Delta Burke, that sexy & sassy woman!)