A Woman Trapped in a Woman's Body: (Tales from a Life of Cringe)

A Woman Trapped in a Woman's Body: (Tales from a Life of Cringe)

by Lauren Weedman

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Lauren Weedman (who is Horny Patty in Hung) tells true, hilarious, and embarrassing stories of a girl gone wild. She’s the David Sedaris of heterosexual women. Her self-deprecating, confessional, and terribly funny voice finds a special place in the hearts of those who can relate to her--which, for better or worse, includes all of us. From the uproarious account of her time at the Daily Show, where she developed an entirely one-sided infatuation with Jon Stewart, to the time she read her boyfriend's diary with disastrous results, Lauren's work is filled with the wit, honesty, and personality that make for great personal writing.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781570617461
Publisher: Sasquatch Books
Publication date: 12/01/2010
Sold by: Penguin Random House Publisher Services
Format: NOOK Book
Pages: 256
File size: 299 KB

About the Author

Lauren Weedman made her television debut on Comedy Central's Emmy Award-winning The Daily Show with Jon Stewart in 2001 as a featured correspondent. Her plays and one-woman shows have received stellar reviews, and she appears regularly on Comedy Central.

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A Woman Trapped in a Woman's Body: Tales from a Life of Cringe 3 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 3 reviews.
bookbutterfly on LibraryThing More than 1 year ago
I really expected this to be much funnier.
scarleton on LibraryThing More than 1 year ago
She wrote the book herself, which is laudable. How do I know she wrote it herself? Hmmmm...well, it's MATERIAL more than narrative. Not to say that's bad--in fact, it's good if you have a short attention span. And it is excruciating in some parts, not badly written (as Material goes), but "ouch, Lauren, you're hurting me with this self-deprecation and shame; for God's sake, think before you speak!" excruciating. I identified, even though she's about half my age, and it made me uncomfortable. At the same time, It gave me some laughs. The widower boyfriend sounds like a prig, and her straight-faced adoration of him and his insufferable kid were the least interesting parts. Hope this young woman finds success; I'd like to see more of her, and she's probably better as a performer than as a writer.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This book was pretty funny and a very easy read.