Very short, unsatisfying book of essays that reads like the first draft of a stand-up comedy show. Contains a chapter complaining about email, one complaining about cholesterol, and one agonizing about who gets to bring dessert to a dinner party. I only finished this because it was occasionally funny, and so short that it wasn’t a waste of time.
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