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The number one best-selling author of "The Amy Binegar-Kimmes-Lyle Book Of Failures" brings you her newest gem, "We're All A Mess. It's OK." Over one hundred contributors share their failures, setbacks and most embarrassing moments for this compilation of hilarity with the hopes that their stories would give the embarrassed and struggling souls some comic and inspirational The number one best-selling author of "The Amy Binegar-Kimmes-Lyle Book Of Failures" brings you her newest gem, "We're All A Mess. It's OK." Over one hundred contributors share their failures, setbacks and most embarrassing moments for this compilation of hilarity with the hopes that their stories would give the embarrassed and struggling souls some comic and inspirational relief. Life is riddled with pain, disappointments, and failures, but given enough time, they're folly. "We're All A Mess. It's OK" captures life's most absurd moments honestly and without a filter. It's filled with funny essays and one-liners that highlight the grainier sides of being human and imperfect. The book covers everything from horrible internet dating experiences, the strangest of co-workers, vacations that went array, to the worst holiday gifts of all time. It's an anthology of real-life disasters. You'll enjoy comedian/actor Kim Banta's tale, "My First Date and a Sluggish Toilet," detailing a first date in the nicest home in town, ending with an overflowing toilet and panicked placement of poo into her purse. And... "You Must Have Me Confused With Someone Else" depicts Dane Levent's severe behavior problems with her golden retriever, Buddy, after picking him up from boarding, only to find out a week later that she had the wrong dog. And... "He's Worth the Wait" by Bes. D describes her mother-in-law's long-term relationship with a convicted felon she had met on Meet-An-Inmate.com. And... "Saying ‘I'm Sorry' Will Not Fix This Situation" by Ashley P. is a hilarious tale of turning her best date into her worst date by leaping onto her partner's lap, causing what is called in medical terminology, a penile fracture. And... Follow along with Traci Jo's daily embarrassment by her mother, picking her up from school wearing different wigs, such as Dorothy Hamill and Marilyn Monroe. And... Read an entire chapter dedicated to strange conditions, such as Shelley Miner Gardler's need to gather her pets before she goes to work to tell them goodbye and to assign one to be in charge while she's away. And... Discover why Christine T sorts M&Ms in ROYGBIV order and eats them first by frequency until they're even, and then one of each color in order, until they're gone. These humorous essays and quips are about the blunders and snafus, and of everyday life that most of us can relate to. It's like "Chicken Soup for the Soul" if you threw in snark and expletives. If you like Jenn Mann, Samantha Irby and Jenny Lawson, you will love "We're All A Mess. It's OK." Get a copy for your funniest friends, or for grouchy people, maybe it will cheer them up. The book is an easy read and offers a real message that we all can survive, even the worst of failures and ultimately, even though we're all a mess, it's OK. Snarky women, quip, short stories, essays, funny, humorous essays, humor essays, gifts for women, funny stories, dating, relationships, failures, work, family, cats, dogs, alpacas.


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The number one best-selling author of "The Amy Binegar-Kimmes-Lyle Book Of Failures" brings you her newest gem, "We're All A Mess. It's OK." Over one hundred contributors share their failures, setbacks and most embarrassing moments for this compilation of hilarity with the hopes that their stories would give the embarrassed and struggling souls some comic and inspirational The number one best-selling author of "The Amy Binegar-Kimmes-Lyle Book Of Failures" brings you her newest gem, "We're All A Mess. It's OK." Over one hundred contributors share their failures, setbacks and most embarrassing moments for this compilation of hilarity with the hopes that their stories would give the embarrassed and struggling souls some comic and inspirational relief. Life is riddled with pain, disappointments, and failures, but given enough time, they're folly. "We're All A Mess. It's OK" captures life's most absurd moments honestly and without a filter. It's filled with funny essays and one-liners that highlight the grainier sides of being human and imperfect. The book covers everything from horrible internet dating experiences, the strangest of co-workers, vacations that went array, to the worst holiday gifts of all time. It's an anthology of real-life disasters. You'll enjoy comedian/actor Kim Banta's tale, "My First Date and a Sluggish Toilet," detailing a first date in the nicest home in town, ending with an overflowing toilet and panicked placement of poo into her purse. And... "You Must Have Me Confused With Someone Else" depicts Dane Levent's severe behavior problems with her golden retriever, Buddy, after picking him up from boarding, only to find out a week later that she had the wrong dog. And... "He's Worth the Wait" by Bes. D describes her mother-in-law's long-term relationship with a convicted felon she had met on Meet-An-Inmate.com. And... "Saying ‘I'm Sorry' Will Not Fix This Situation" by Ashley P. is a hilarious tale of turning her best date into her worst date by leaping onto her partner's lap, causing what is called in medical terminology, a penile fracture. And... Follow along with Traci Jo's daily embarrassment by her mother, picking her up from school wearing different wigs, such as Dorothy Hamill and Marilyn Monroe. And... Read an entire chapter dedicated to strange conditions, such as Shelley Miner Gardler's need to gather her pets before she goes to work to tell them goodbye and to assign one to be in charge while she's away. And... Discover why Christine T sorts M&Ms in ROYGBIV order and eats them first by frequency until they're even, and then one of each color in order, until they're gone. These humorous essays and quips are about the blunders and snafus, and of everyday life that most of us can relate to. It's like "Chicken Soup for the Soul" if you threw in snark and expletives. If you like Jenn Mann, Samantha Irby and Jenny Lawson, you will love "We're All A Mess. It's OK." Get a copy for your funniest friends, or for grouchy people, maybe it will cheer them up. The book is an easy read and offers a real message that we all can survive, even the worst of failures and ultimately, even though we're all a mess, it's OK. Snarky women, quip, short stories, essays, funny, humorous essays, humor essays, gifts for women, funny stories, dating, relationships, failures, work, family, cats, dogs, alpacas.

30 review for We're All A Mess, It's OK: A collection of funny essays and one-liners about the struggles of everyday life

  1. 4 out of 5

    Alain Davis

    If you need a book to make you laugh – you’ve come to the right place! Do you have a friend that’s been feeling blue? Send them this book!! Seriously! I laughed so hard reading this book, I *may* have peed my pants. This book covers everything, from being mistaken for that ugly actress, to meeting a new boyfriend’s dad (only to realize he’s the doctor that treated you for an embarrassing medical condition) to dogs eating icky baby diapers. Truly, this book is hilarious!! There is even a really a If you need a book to make you laugh – you’ve come to the right place! Do you have a friend that’s been feeling blue? Send them this book!! Seriously! I laughed so hard reading this book, I *may* have peed my pants. This book covers everything, from being mistaken for that ugly actress, to meeting a new boyfriend’s dad (only to realize he’s the doctor that treated you for an embarrassing medical condition) to dogs eating icky baby diapers. Truly, this book is hilarious!! There is even a really awesome recipe in here for brownies. Mmmm…brownies. Anyways, give it a try – have a laugh. This author does a wonderful job of helping us remember that we’re all human, we’re all just trying to figure it out, one day at a time. We’re all perfectly imperfect!

  2. 4 out of 5

    Shannon McCafferty

    The first time I read this book I laughed so hard I almost wet myself. I then read aloud bits and pieces to my best friend. We laughed so hard together our stomachs hurt. I read it again while traveling. Then I lent it to a friend and never got it back. It’s now one of my go-to gift books. Delightfully composed with stories that kept me in stitches.

  3. 5 out of 5

    Deborah Sue

    There's a story for every situation in here. I laughed my way through most of the book. Anyone will find a story they can relate to and a story that brings back memories of a similar, personal experience. You'll laugh, groan, and maybe face palm. But if you need a pick me up on a rough day or to be reminded that everyone does ridiculous things at some point, this is the book to turn to. There's a story for every situation in here. I laughed my way through most of the book. Anyone will find a story they can relate to and a story that brings back memories of a similar, personal experience. You'll laugh, groan, and maybe face palm. But if you need a pick me up on a rough day or to be reminded that everyone does ridiculous things at some point, this is the book to turn to.

  4. 5 out of 5

    Amanda

    Quick, fun read! I enjoyed every story in this book; laughing out loud at several. I definitely recommend for a light read, or a quick read if you're trying to meet your GoodReads Reading Challenge goals 😉 Quick, fun read! I enjoyed every story in this book; laughing out loud at several. I definitely recommend for a light read, or a quick read if you're trying to meet your GoodReads Reading Challenge goals 😉

  5. 5 out of 5

    BookeryBliss

    After spending a week in the hospital and having to continue IV infusions at home, I was feeling pretty bummed and overwhelmed. I started reading Amy's books and couldn't help but laugh and giggle reading through them. Full of hysterical stories and relatable blunders, these fun and witty books were a perfect treat during my recovery. I immediately ordered more copies and plan to gift them to my friends. I think most people need to be reminded that we aren't alone in our blunders, plus you'll get a After spending a week in the hospital and having to continue IV infusions at home, I was feeling pretty bummed and overwhelmed. I started reading Amy's books and couldn't help but laugh and giggle reading through them. Full of hysterical stories and relatable blunders, these fun and witty books were a perfect treat during my recovery. I immediately ordered more copies and plan to gift them to my friends. I think most people need to be reminded that we aren't alone in our blunders, plus you'll get a few chuckles out of the comical expressions. They say laughter is the best medicine and I can say that these definitely brightened my day!

  6. 5 out of 5

    Susan Katz

    A few good laughs toward the end, but in general not nearly as humorous as a book by Jenny Lawson. Some of the stories just seemed stupid to me, but maybe I was just in a mood! Good for some light-hearted reading to ease stress!

  7. 4 out of 5

    Amber

    Good laughs So many laugh out loud moments. Good laugh for a blah day, well any day really. We truly are all a mess

  8. 5 out of 5

    Lynnette Holland

    Funny read Great short stories that make you laugh out loud. If you want a quick read and something to make you smile this ones for you.

  9. 4 out of 5

    Liz

    There's new fun on each page. I loved reading about so many people's hilarious situations. There's new fun on each page. I loved reading about so many people's hilarious situations.

  10. 5 out of 5

    Jaime karol

    We’re all a little weird If you think you have quirks, meet the people in this book. It was a funny read and definitely made me forget my worries for a bit. What could be better?

  11. 4 out of 5

    Cara Bristol

    I thought this book was laugh aloud funny; I spit on my Kindle several times. Various contributors share their embarrassing moments. If you need a laugh, I recommend this book.

  12. 4 out of 5

    Cynthia Bower

    So funny If you need a laugh or to know you just aren't along in this big crazy world 🌎 , this book is for you! So funny If you need a laugh or to know you just aren't along in this big crazy world 🌎 , this book is for you!

  13. 5 out of 5

    Nikki Barr

    It's ok It's a quick read. Some of it is laugh out loud funny and much is just ho-hum. Still I enjoyed reading it. It's ok It's a quick read. Some of it is laugh out loud funny and much is just ho-hum. Still I enjoyed reading it.

  14. 5 out of 5

    Gregory Williams

    Cute set of short stories of life’s imperfections and the way we navigate through daily absurdities with a good sense of humor and perspective.

  15. 5 out of 5

    Disha

    Could not complete reading it. Did not like it.

  16. 4 out of 5

    Adella Averill

  17. 4 out of 5

    Kristen Quigley

  18. 4 out of 5

    Ruth

  19. 5 out of 5

    Joyce Equi

  20. 4 out of 5

    Michele Cariveau

  21. 5 out of 5

    Melissa Trombley

  22. 4 out of 5

    Cassie

  23. 5 out of 5

    Joseph M. Dwyer

  24. 4 out of 5

    Heather Gelbmann

  25. 4 out of 5

    Mischievio

  26. 4 out of 5

    Katie

  27. 4 out of 5

    Carol Malcolm

  28. 5 out of 5

    Ruby Browning

  29. 4 out of 5

    Lizabeth Fenstermaker

  30. 5 out of 5

    Margaret Santistevan

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