Chelsea Chelsea Bang Bang

Chelsea Chelsea Bang Bang

Book - 2010
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In this new collection of original essays, the #1 bestselling author of "Are You There, Vodka? It's Me, Chelsea" delivers one laugh-out-loud moment after another as she sets her sights on the ridiculous side of childhood, adulthood, and daughterhood.
Publisher: New York : Grand Central Pub., 2010
Edition: 1st ed
ISBN: 9780446552448
Characteristics: 247 p. ; 22 cm


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AnaGM May 23, 2019

This book is hilarious. I'm listening to the audio book which is read by the author. I nearly had to pull over while I was driving and listening to this book because I was convulsing with laughter. The high point of this book, for me, is when Handler calls her father (to his face) "Fat head" because of his scheming and horrible ways. Ms. Handler provided me with good healthy laughter that I really needed, I'm sure the joy this book has brought me will help me live a tad longer. That being said, it's not a book for everyone, there are drug references and a ton of curse words.

Aug 03, 2014

A good afternoon read. Funnier than "My Horizontal Life".

May 05, 2014

Having not read any of her other books, I found this hilarious. Just went you think she was completely making a story up, she publishes photos to go along with it. Is it a masterpiece? Of course not, but it is a light, entertaining read. If you like her dry and sarcastic sense of humor you'll like the book. If you don't, it's probably not for you!

Jan 09, 2014

It was just okay. Simply because it's Chelsea Handler and she's naturally funny but this book just seemed like a cash grab, written simply because she knew it would sell and therefor not much effort seems to have been put into it. It's astounding how much crappier this book is than are you there vodka, it's me Chelsea.

Mar 01, 2012

This book feels like her editor forced her to submit something, and as her deadline loomed closer, she just threw together several anecdotes and belly-ached about the nuisances of being famous. Poorly written...there were grammatical and spelling errors throughout the book. I was disappointed after everything I've heard about what a great comedienne she is supposed to be.

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PrimaGigi Oct 09, 2011

CC memo from Ms. Handlers desk: "Hey everyone I'm famous." "I'm so famous I don't even have to apply myself to actually admit my stories make my already outlandish diatribes sound believable or even funny." Thank you, for constantly reminding us how obviously much more "down-to-earth" you try to pretend to be, now that you at the time had the fancy new state the art CEO Boyfriend with accessories. Someone needs to stop drinking the bright pink kool-aid of illusional self-worth. For nondenominational sake you're just coming off as a (curse word)

It astounds me someone who bad mouths their family-members on so many occasions (real or not) still has any still left. I never grew-up with one half of family, but still they find time to avoid me because they don't understand the person I am is contrary to the things that have grown into themselves. They at least make the occasional holiday effort to try (I enjoy gumption) Understandably living with any person long enough will make you immune and ignorant to their flaws. At some point multiple shots to the solar plexus would have to be applied though.

Aug 01, 2011

She's a hoot!

Jun 18, 2011

Is it possible to not love Chelsea? Not for me! Her books are the some of the funniest books I've read. Definitely a must read and you must also read her other 3 books :-D

Jun 11, 2011

What was funny in her first book is just kinda old by this, her third publication.

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