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In this hilarious and insightful essay collection, nationally syndicated humor columnist Lisa Earle McLeod turns traditional thinking on its head by asking: Can Sponge Bob get you into Mensa?Why isn't Pocahontas president of the United States?Does Buddha need Botox?Why is marriage as fun as dating?What if peace were sexy?Where have all the dumb girls gone?Can you become CEIn this hilarious and insightful essay collection, nationally syndicated humor columnist Lisa Earle McLeod turns traditional thinking on its head by asking: Can Sponge Bob get you into Mensa?Why isn't Pocahontas president of the United States?Does Buddha need Botox?Why is marriage as fun as dating?What if peace were sexy?Where have all the dumb girls gone?Can you become CEO by standing next to the water cooler?Always funny, often touching and sometimes politically incorrect, "Finding Grace When You Can't even Find Clean Underwear" is a wickedly funny take on the people and problems that vex us all. An expert in mommy guilt, corporate disillusionment, marital misery, slacker parenting, faux housework, flat-line libidos and drive-thru spirituality McLeod brings a touch of grace to the angst of daily life....

Title : Finding Grace: When You Can't Even Find Clean Underwear
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ISBN : 9780977808632
Format Type : Hardcover
Number of Pages : 248 Pages
Status : Available For Download
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Finding Grace: When You Can't Even Find Clean Underwear Reviews

  • Laurie
    2018-09-25 00:50

    This is one of those girl rant books! Everything in here is so true. This book looks at all kinds of different things like relationships, religion, work, even TV and fast food. Each chapter is actually a question, such as "Does the Buddah Need Botox?" "What is the Meaning of Life & Where Did I Leave my Keys?" and "Why Do Men Resist Change & Why Do Women Bother to Try?" In these chapters Lisa Earle McLeod answers them in ways that not only make you laugh, but also make you think.

  • Sheralyn
    2018-09-28 03:05

    i can't wait to read this!

  • Linda
    2018-10-05 04:51

    I liked her better as a speaker. However, there was a lot of good food for thought in the first 19 chapters. After that, she touched on things that were not in line with my beliefs and I lost my enthusiasm for the book.