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My Inappropriate Life: Some Material May Not Be Suitable for Small Children, Nuns, or Mature Adults by Heather McDonald (2014-02-11)

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  • By Renee on March 21, 2013

    Such a fun read and truly laugh out loud funny. I heard Heather McDonald on a few radio interviews and thought, "I must meet her and to take this woman to lunch!"Since I live in Florida, have no Hollywood connections and I am not a stalker, I had to settle on buying the book in order to "have lunch" with Heather.Her stories are so entertaining and her perspective on other women, parenting, husbands and getting our perfect little angels into the right private school hits home. I wish all women spoke openly and honestly like Heather does in this book.The next time someone posts their child's SAT score on Facebook (really, I have a FB friend who did that recently) or wishes a "Happy Birthday to my soul mate and perfect husband of 15 years who always picks up his dirty underwear and doesn't chew his cereal with his mouth open.", I am going to have to ask myself WWHD and possibly have the nerve to respond as she would! (maybe not, but a girl can dream)In short, buy this book and enjoy the fact that there are actually other women out there who are not perfect and can laugh about it.

  • By Joey L. on December 30, 2015

    Heather was one of my favorite comedians on Chelsea Lately. I thoroughly enjoyed her previous book, "You'll Never Blue Balls In This Town Again," so I decided to pick up this one. It is another good, humorous read. Heather is an excellent story teller and there were many moments where I laughed out loud. I did, however, prefer her first book so if you're deciding between the two go with "Blue Balls." Really though, you should give both books a try!As the title implies, it's more than a little inappropriate so if you're easily offended, move on. If you like sometimes childish humor (such as that of Chelsea Handler), you'll love this book.

  • By Shannon on June 3, 2017

    I have to admit, I had not heard of Heather McDonald until I stumbled upon her podcast several months ago. Since then, I've been riveted (if you haven't heard her podcast, you should, it's fantastic). This girl knows how to tell a story. I picked this book up and didn't put it down till it was finished. She's funny and very relatable as a mom (I, too, have spoken to my son in the Linda Blair voice). In short, she's my kinda girl and I hope to catch one of her stand-up shows this summer. If you're a fan from Chelsea Lately or just a podcast listener like me, this book does not disappoint! Hilarious!

  • By Quack on February 23, 2016

    Heather McDonald's second effort was definitely not as good as her first; My Inappropriate Life feels like she's trying too hard to be funny while You'll Never Blue Ball in This Town Again kept me coming back over and over. If Heather writes a third book, hopefully she does it because she has some funny stories to tell and not because she's trying to coast along on the fumes of her first success as an author.

  • By lucy on May 6, 2014

    I was really looking forward to this book, as I find Heather absolutely hilarious on Chelsea Lately. However, the book was not quite as funny as her live comedy. There's just something about the way she comes across in person that I love, and it doesn't quite transfer to her writing. Still, it had some good stories and kept me entertained, and I finished it within a few days. I'd recommend Chelsea's books if you're looking for something really hilarious.

  • By TrailsEnd on March 2, 2016

    Reading books like this is a guilty pleasure. I read it before the controversy about her comments about working with Chelsea got so much media attention. I was a fan of the show.

  • By T. James on July 23, 2013

    Heather, Heather, Heather. A little disappointed. I have read a number of books written by comedians and generally find myself laughing out loud quiet a few times. (Read Josh Wolf : It Takes Balls) I was looking forward to your book but I just didn't find it all that laugh out loud funny. For the most part I enjoyed it, but really only cracked a smile here and there. I wouldn't say "don't read this" just in my opinion there are a lot funnier books by top comedians out there these days.

  • By Joseph Toone on July 2, 2016

    She's a funny gal with a unique take on being a parent today.

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