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10 thoughts on “Du kannst mich mal

  1. says:

    I ve joined paperback swap and am about to send this book to its new home in Allentown, PA Since it is no longer going to be part of my collection, I figured I owed it another read.If anything, I m depressed the second time around because JK is a smart person I think some of the things she writes about gender and women s expectations for themselves are absolutely true Downright brilliant But reading this akin to watching a horror movie full of cliches If your car breaks down on a deserted back road, don t get out Don t stop for help at the gas station with one flickering bulb and the redneck with no teeth and a shotgun Don t go down that dark alley And for heaven s sake, don t split up Similarly don t have sex with someone you find repulsive or with someone who refuses to acknowledge you in front of his friends or when you don t want to or with someone who s mean to you or dirty or selfish or dysfunctional or defective or because it s easier than saying no thanks and going home How did this smart, witty person end up as the victim in a horror movie How is it possible that she hadn t seen this movie already And that question what made her like this remains pretty much unasked and unanswered To the extent that she does address it, she attributes it to her pure but intense even old fashioned belief in love Because she was so convinced that True Love was out there, and was Worth It, she pursued it into all sorts of unpromising, even vile, places Sh...


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    The parts that werent slut shaming, sexist, man hating, homophobic or just plain idiotic were pretty good, unfortunately that left me with about 4 pages of content.


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    i despised this book it was the worst thing i ve picked up in a long time.most of all, it s not that funny the book is essentially one long string of mediocre one liners about humiliatingly throwing herself at men that constitutes a book deal these days in fact, this book sounds like a blog, not fifteen clams worth of prose I am SO SICK of reading books that sound like the same thing you would get from someone s blogspot address read i was told there d be cake just because you love david sedaris, and were the most witty person in your english class, doesn t mean you need to write 200 odd pages of exposition about your massive dating failures i was so bored i skimmed the last seventy odd pages to make sure i suddenly wasn t missing out on anything i wasn t in case you are curious, here are a couple specific things i particularly disliked most notably, she actually says that you can t be funny woman unless you have a gay best friend yes because apparently women can only get their cues for feminine glamour and wit from them, and because she was are completely lost without them i actually know one of the actresses she singles out as being very funny in the book and can attest she has no gay best friend despite what she asserts about gay best friend less women, she s actually fun to be around s...


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    This is a hard book to review, it appears I ve been thinking about it for a few days, which I feel sort of suspect about I doubt the author herself would really want anyone mulling this too hard Or I don t know, who knows what the author thinks I always think I know what the author thinks, which frequently pollutes my reading to such a degree that my opinions and feelings about the book in question are incomprehensible to anyone I m trying to talk to about it I like to diagnose I m a diagnoser.So, here s one thing This book has some bitches het UP, like go back through the reviews on here and you will discover some irey motherfuckn ladies, fo rilz.Which, considering that this is a fairly lighthearted collection of essays thought pieces by a comedienne, is, or should be, surprising.I used to always see copies of this float through when I was working in the basement, and the pink cover, combined with the author posing in a super fuckn mega twee old timey baby blue polka dot onesie bathing suit, I was like yeah, no, cool, thanks but I m not...


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    Don t read this book if you value your self esteem Or if you have any Or if you think stories about women degrading themselves repeatedly are sad than funny I really don t get the comparisons to David Sedaris while Sedaris mines his bizarre past for funny and detailed stories that also make you happy you read them Julie Klausners stories are not funny or even insightful The subtitle is Lessons Learned from Romantic Disappointments but it doesn t seem like she ever learns anythingshe just moves on to the next asshole And when he acts like what he is she throws her hands up and is like what s wrong with them Never stopping to ask what s wrong with her for picking these dudes in the first place It s also incredibly datedone chapter deals with the RULESdoes anyone under the age of 30 even remember that craze Doesn t everyone know by now that both those women are ...


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    What happened was that I read Hannah s review which you all need to read right now, it s as invigoratingly strange and lovely a piece of writing as any I ve seen on this site, so go ahead and click, I ll wait Right Damn.So I was all intensified, all ready to get either het UP or obSESSed or some other brilliant Hannah ism But then I just didn t I mean, I made it a third of the way through the book, so I d say I get it, I see what Julie s trying to do And she s clever, but only sometimes The voice is droll but also incredibly self obsessed Also she s super shitty about trans people, and fat people, and even sometimes about gay people, whom she professes to adore above all, playing all those groups for cheap laughs like a fat kid asking for a Snickers with frosting on it is the kind of analogy she makes, or show me ___ and I ll show you a convincing tranny, which oh god, that s awful And it s meant to be super scandalous for her to talk about loving blowjobs and horrfying her fellow tweens with phone sex lines and sleeping with men who want to taste their own jizz, right ...


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    I picked up this book after reading on Jezebel.com that it was being made into an HBO series It sounded like something I d want to read first, then see what happens when HBO gets hold of it I do love some HBO series, and I wanted to have a point of reference before seeing it And, Patton Oswalt had a quote on the back of the book I love him and think he is hilarious It was enough to buy it That said, it also sounded like this was a great comedic, feminist tour through a dating world to which I could relate In addition to the author and I being about the same age, I married a musician, and I thought it would be a funny way to hear what other women have experienced in dating a musician or similarly egotistical type of man I was right that I could relate to the way she talked about men the description of the male form made me laugh, and it was something I always thought , but I was wrong about almost everything else.I realize that comediennes are often brash and exaggerated in the way they express their experiences And I also realize that I...


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    I kind of want to sit quietly and stare at a wall from very close up and not talk about this book for a period of 3 days She said things I am afraid to admit I think over and over and over to the point that it felt like a roller coaster after the long, long climb up Sometimes she is wrong, because she dislikes midwesterners and I am one of them, although she describes that brand of nice as something with a cold wind going through it, which I agree with and understand and perpetrate occasionally because otherwise my bones will become unglued and hide from me in different continents Are you feeling okay Can I get you some water She also talks about nerdlinger dudes and people in general that makes you want to start a parade for truth Or a parade celebrating the dawn of a new day where we aren t lying all the time.Read p 78 about vegans, and p 92 about the sensitive nerd trap, and unwind fully when she says never go into entertainment Then read the rest and then roll on the ground with relief at your own dignity when she says, about the book I figured the only way I could write it was if I thought the people who would read it could take some solace in what I had...


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    Most of the other negative reviewers were turned off by all the sex and vulgarity I love that stuff I hated this book because the author comes off as a smug, mean spirited man hater She s gorgeous and funny and smart, the men are all crazy or ugly, or crazy AND ugly Or cheaters Or have families she doesn t ...


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    I just read the blurb for this book, which compares Klauser to Chelsea Handler, and I was like, no wonder I was so underwhelmed by this book I read one of Chelsea Handler s books, the one where she writes about all of her one night stands, and I came away from it thinking that Handler sounded like an extremely cruel person, whose two page epiphany about how bad it is to treat men as if they are disposable dildoswell, let s just say I was not convinced.Klausner was actually a lot better, particularly when she was aiming her meanness at the bevy of douchebags she s had the misfortune of sharing sexual encounters with reading about these guys made me so grateful for the fact that I have never had the opportunity to do much dating , and also when she is engaging in some serious analysis of the douchebags and their culturally sanctioned Peter Pan in perpetuity attitudes I personally loved her metaphor involving the Muppet Show, and thought that was dead on I ll say no , as I don t want to spoil it I also wondered if the indie rocker she dated, the one with connections to the Pacific Northwest and the predilection for dating young girls, is Calvin Johnson of Beat Happening I would so love it if it was That bastard r...


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