236 Pounds of Class Vice President: A Memoir of Teenage Insecurity, Obesity, and Virginity

236 Pounds of Class Vice President: A Memoir of Teenage Insecurity, Obesity, and Virginity

by Jason Mulgrew

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ISBN-13: 9780062080837
Publisher: HarperCollins Publishers
Publication date: 02/12/2013
Series: P.S. Series
Edition description: Original
Pages: 200
Product dimensions: 7.80(w) x 5.20(h) x 0.70(d)

About the Author

Jason Mulgrew is the New York Times bestselling author of Everything Is Wrong with Me: A Memoir of an American Childhood Gone, Well, Wrong. He was named one of People's "50 Hottest Bachelors" (seriously). He lives in New York.

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Neal Pollack

“A funny confessional from the American ethnic hinterlands. Jason Mulgrew is the John Hughes of South Philadelphia.”

Rachel Shukert

“I love 236 Pounds of Class Vice President. Should I call Jason Mulgrew brave? Hilarious? Honest? Gifted? Stunning? Tender? Let’s just put it this way: he may be the best man on the planet.”

Dave Hill

“I want to thank Jason Mulgrew for letting me know that, while I’m not an awkward teen anymore, I wasn’t entirely alone back then after all—it turns out there was another weird kid making poor decisions and masturbating furiously whenever time permitted….Thank you, Jason—the healing begins now.”

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236 Pounds of Class Vice President: A Memoir of Teenage Insecurity, Obesity, and Virginity 4.4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 5 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Jason Mulgrew cracks me up, plain and simple. I really enjoyed his first book, "Everything Is Wrong With Me", and I liked his latest, "236 Pounds of Class Vice President", even more. Mulgrew's latest memoir focuses primarily on his awkward teen years, and I could definitely relate to many of his ups and downs. Written in an engaging, conversational style, I couldn't believe I finished it as soon as I did. It's not Shakespeare or Chaucer, but "236" is a fun read for a spring weekend, looking back on those years that make many of us cringe. I challenge you not to laugh out loud while ready this down-to-earth, funny memoir.
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Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Looks around
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
"Waits for the doctor to come"
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
She searches for food. Finnally she finds a bag of potato chips and eats it. Then she goes back to her cell.