The book was actually a little too long for me and some chapters could have been tightened up a bit, but overall it made me laugh and that was a good If you could close your eyes while reading you would be able to hear Miranda talking. Oh, is it just me? What a marvellous way to end such a book. I quit driving, I can't fight it. I was disappointed by 'Is Is Just Me? I can honestly say I have never laughed as much before in my life. I guess all I can say is this: as laugh out loud funny as Is It Juts Me can be - she simply translates better on film. This book was kindly lent to me by a dear friend, who wanted Miranda's shenanigans to cheer me up on a gloomy day. She is also fierce and intelligent, even though I have been astounded by some of the statements she has made - especially 'rape' and 'rape rape'.
This is due, mainly to the degree of anonymity that computers and some technology give users. Are you alone in your strong opinions on trivial stuff? With Editor-in-Chief Jo Elvin off at Fashion Week, another. That's Whoppi for giving all a reminder about how to act. She reminds us all about using cell phones, texting, how to behave at work, driving, being polite on airports and on airplanes. The device of talking to her younger self works well and provides food for thought for anyone in their thirties - especially in the technology chapter. Each week Jo Elvin, James Williams and a celebrity guest debate the funniest, weirdest and most pressing dilemmas: from social media to mental health, to, erm… bra washing.
I laughed so much through this book until I was in tears. This was a pleasant surprise. In between admiring extra-special guest Monty, Daisy's Maltese terrier, the trio discuss everything that matters,. It was entertaining and I really agree with a lot of what she says why can't people understand the concept of personal space? Sometimes these behaviors can be overlooked, because not everyone has the same experiences or upbringing. And that is precisely what the book did. I enjoyed listening to this interview but when they started talking about Taylor Swift and her music video I had to skip forward.
In fact, everything festive, as we discover where Joe stands on Chri. They talk about Miranda's book, Out of Time, middle age, and Meghan Mark. More like a genteel snicker or two. But constant rudeness is unacceptable. To me, that's what bullying is, showing off. I think this book was outstanding, and it made me laugh and laugh and laugh until I turned the very last page. B I love her show so I was rather excited when I got her book at Xmas.
She doesn't like the times we live in any more than I do, and I'm just glad to know I'm not alone in my thinking. The reason is because to me, that is a word that doesn't have any effect. For the most part, it isn't and it doesn't. These huge gaps were not necessarily filled with anything of interest, most of the time it was just bland narrative. Just realised that there is an audiobook that she reads.
The basic gist of this neat little book is to be a bit more conscious of what you say and where you are and how people around you might feel as a result of your behavior. It is embarrassing how well you manage to describe everything about me. It's just not very entertaining. She is the second African American female performer to win an Academy Award for acting the first being Hattie McDaniel. Whoopi Goldberg writing about her pet peeves? Louise talks about wanting to do musicals in the West End, Strictly and her new blog, and her. They talk about Edith's breakfast show on Virgin, and tackle some of life's most pressing issues. Jo is joined by Louise Pentland: the vlogging and blogging superstar behind Sprinkle of Glitter.
It is for this reason that I feel I might have enjoyed the book more if I was relatively unfamiliar with Miranda. Jump the wheel and lost control, Need somebody else to do the driving. I agree with Whoopi that manners have really gotten lost in our fast-paced world. I really liked the introduction; it was witty, original and promising. I'm so glad someone wrote a book about the growing trend of more and more people displaying bad manners, rude behavior and being inconsiderate. We all make mistakes and do dumb things, sometimes on purpose to make others laugh, but usually because we were otherwise mentally employed.
She's written the book in such an interesting way, but it's also comical and endearing at the same time. I also became annoyed with the countless times Whoopi would contradict herself, or become completely hypercritical. Goldberg, hits on a lot of hot-button topics, such as rudeness, social media and it's effect on people's behavior, manners, crossing of boundaries and lack of the ability to give and have privacy. This is not a piece of comic writing, this is not a biography, this is a rant. As well as revealing his secret middle name, Roman talks about why you should never get caught.