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For once, I'll provide a synopsis, since whoever was supposed to do so obviously did not. So, this book is written diary style, the diary writer being one Jacqueline M. Pane, a woman in her mid-30s with cripplingly low self-esteem. Sounds a lot like Bridget Jones's Diary, I know. And, if I remember correctly, the two have a lot in common, but I haven't read Bridget Jones's Diary in many years so I can't make a better comparison than that.

Anyway, I see that a LOT of people who bothered to review Does My Bum Look Big In This? didn't like it very much, or even hated it, and the fact of the matter is ... I get it. But I personally find the complete and utter lack of self-esteem, the paranoia, the cluelessness, all of it, to be very funny! I mean, no one really thinks like this. (Well, I'm sure there are some, but no one I know so I guess I can chuckle at it!) But if people thinks it's so over-the-top it loses its funny, I get it. That's how I feel about John Oliver about 10 minutes in. I won't judge.

I also feel the need to admit that there might be a touch of nostalgia somewhere in my four stars. My brother went to London for his 26th birthday and brought back a copy of this book for me. 16-year-old me was so tickled, I read a diary entry every day to my then-best friend over the phone, and we'd crack up over it. (I ultimately wound up loaning that copy to some bum I was friends with in college and never got it back. I bought a replacement copy when I went to London myself, which upset her but she still didn't return it so I don't know why she was mad about it.) I was tickled rereading it because there is some (not much) sexy-type stuff that happens, that may or may not have been over the heads of two high schoolers who hadn't even been kissed yet. :)

So, in short, funny haha, definitely keeping.

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anyway, i see that a lot of people who bothered to review does my bum look big in this? didn't like it very much, or even hated it, and the fact of the matter is ... i get it. but i personally find the complete and utter lack of self-esteem, the paranoia, the cluelessness, all of it, to be very funny! i mean, no one really thinks like this. (well, i'm sure there are some, but no one i know so i guess i can chuckle at it!) but if people thinks it's so over-the-top it loses its funny, i get it. that's how i feel about john oliver about 10 minutes in. i won't judge.

i also feel the need to admit that there might be a touch of nostalgia somewhere in my four stars. my brother went to london for his 26th birthday and brought back a copy of this book for me. 16-year-old me was so tickled, i read a diary entry every day to my then-best friend over the phone, and we'd crack up over it. (i ultimately wound up loaning that copy to some bum i was friends with in college and never got it back. i bought a replacement copy when i went to london myself, which upset her but she still didn't return it so i don't know why she was mad about it.) i was tickled rereading it because there is some (not much) sexy-type stuff that happens, that may or may not have been over the heads of two high schoolers who hadn't even been kissed yet. :)

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anyway, i see that a lot of people who bothered to review does my bum look big in this? didn't like it very much, or even hated it, and the fact of the matter is ... i get it. but i personally find the complete and utter lack of self-esteem, the paranoia, the cluelessness, all of it, to be very funny! i mean, no one really thinks like this. (well, i'm sure there are some, but no one i know so i guess i can chuckle at it!) but if people thinks it's so over-the-top it loses its funny, i get it. that's how i feel about john oliver about 10 minutes in. i won't judge.

i also feel the need to admit that there might be a touch of nostalgia somewhere in my four stars. my brother went to london for his 26th birthday and brought back a copy of this book for me. 16-year-old me was so tickled, i read a diary entry every day to my then-best friend over the phone, and we'd crack up over it. (i ultimately wound up loaning that copy to some bum i was friends with in college and never got it back. i bought a replacement copy when i went to london myself, which upset her but she still didn't return it so i don't know why she was mad about it.) i was tickled rereading it because there is some (not much) sexy-type stuff that happens, that may or may not have been over the heads of two high schoolers who hadn't even been kissed yet. :)

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anyway, i see that a lot of people who bothered to review does my bum look big in this? didn't like it very much, or even hated it, and the fact of the matter is ... i get it. but i personally find the complete and utter lack of self-esteem, the paranoia, the cluelessness, all of it, to be very funny! i mean, no one really thinks like this. (well, i'm sure there are some, but no one i know so i guess i can chuckle at it!) but if people thinks it's so over-the-top it loses its funny, i get it. that's how i feel about john oliver about 10 minutes in. i won't judge.

i also feel the need to admit that there might be a touch of nostalgia somewhere in my four stars. my brother went to london for his 26th birthday and brought back a copy of this book for me. 16-year-old me was so tickled, i read a diary entry every day to my then-best friend over the phone, and we'd crack up over it. (i ultimately wound up loaning that copy to some bum i was friends with in college and never got it back. i bought a replacement copy when i went to london myself, which upset her but she still didn't return it so i don't know why she was mad about it.) i was tickled rereading it because there is some (not much) sexy-type stuff that happens, that may or may not have been over the heads of two high schoolers who hadn't even been kissed yet. :)

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anyway, i see that a lot of people who bothered to review does my bum look big in this? didn't like it very much, or even hated it, and the fact of the matter is ... i get it. but i personally find the complete and utter lack of self-esteem, the paranoia, the cluelessness, all of it, to be very funny! i mean, no one really thinks like this. (well, i'm sure there are some, but no one i know so i guess i can chuckle at it!) but if people thinks it's so over-the-top it loses its funny, i get it. that's how i feel about john oliver about 10 minutes in. i won't judge.

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anyway, i see that a lot of people who bothered to review does my bum look big in this? didn't like it very much, or even hated it, and the fact of the matter is ... i get it. but i personally find the complete and utter lack of self-esteem, the paranoia, the cluelessness, all of it, to be very funny! i mean, no one really thinks like this. (well, i'm sure there are some, but no one i know so i guess i can chuckle at it!) but if people thinks it's so over-the-top it loses its funny, i get it. that's how i feel about john oliver about 10 minutes in. i won't judge.

i also feel the need to admit that there might be a touch of nostalgia somewhere in my four stars. my brother went to london for his 26th birthday and brought back a copy of this book for me. 16-year-old me was so tickled, i read a diary entry every day to my then-best friend over the phone, and we'd crack up over it. (i ultimately wound up loaning that copy to some bum i was friends with in college and never got it back. i bought a replacement copy when i went to london myself, which upset her but she still didn't return it so i don't know why she was mad about it.) i was tickled rereading it because there is some (not much) sexy-type stuff that happens, that may or may not have been over the heads of two high schoolers who hadn't even been kissed yet. :)

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anyway, i see that a lot of people who bothered to review does my bum look big in this? didn't like it very much, or even hated it, and the fact of the matter is ... i get it. but i personally find the complete and utter lack of self-esteem, the paranoia, the cluelessness, all of it, to be very funny! i mean, no one really thinks like this. (well, i'm sure there are some, but no one i know so i guess i can chuckle at it!) but if people thinks it's so over-the-top it loses its funny, i get it. that's how i feel about john oliver about 10 minutes in. i won't judge.

i also feel the need to admit that there might be a touch of nostalgia somewhere in my four stars. my brother went to london for his 26th birthday and brought back a copy of this book for me. 16-year-old me was so tickled, i read a diary entry every day to my then-best friend over the phone, and we'd crack up over it. (i ultimately wound up loaning that copy to some bum i was friends with in college and never got it back. i bought a replacement copy when i went to london myself, which upset her but she still didn't return it so i don't know why she was mad about it.) i was tickled rereading it because there is some (not much) sexy-type stuff that happens, that may or may not have been over the heads of two high schoolers who hadn't even been kissed yet. :)

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anyway, i see that a lot of people who bothered to review does my bum look big in this? didn't like it very much, or even hated it, and the fact of the matter is ... i get it. but i personally find the complete and utter lack of self-esteem, the paranoia, the cluelessness, all of it, to be very funny! i mean, no one really thinks like this. (well, i'm sure there are some, but no one i know so i guess i can chuckle at it!) but if people thinks it's so over-the-top it loses its funny, i get it. that's how i feel about john oliver about 10 minutes in. i won't judge.

i also feel the need to admit that there might be a touch of nostalgia somewhere in my four stars. my brother went to london for his 26th birthday and brought back a copy of this book for me. 16-year-old me was so tickled, i read a diary entry every day to my then-best friend over the phone, and we'd crack up over it. (i ultimately wound up loaning that copy to some bum i was friends with in college and never got it back. i bought a replacement copy when i went to london myself, which upset her but she still didn't return it so i don't know why she was mad about it.) i was tickled rereading it because there is some (not much) sexy-type stuff that happens, that may or may not have been over the heads of two high schoolers who hadn't even been kissed yet. :)

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anyway, i see that a lot of people who bothered to review does my bum look big in this? didn't like it very much, or even hated it, and the fact of the matter is ... i get it. but i personally find the complete and utter lack of self-esteem, the paranoia, the cluelessness, all of it, to be very funny! i mean, no one really thinks like this. (well, i'm sure there are some, but no one i know so i guess i can chuckle at it!) but if people thinks it's so over-the-top it loses its funny, i get it. that's how i feel about john oliver about 10 minutes in. i won't judge.

i also feel the need to admit that there might be a touch of nostalgia somewhere in my four stars. my brother went to london for his 26th birthday and brought back a copy of this book for me. 16-year-old me was so tickled, i read a diary entry every day to my then-best friend over the phone, and we'd crack up over it. (i ultimately wound up loaning that copy to some bum i was friends with in college and never got it back. i bought a replacement copy when i went to london myself, which upset her but she still didn't return it so i don't know why she was mad about it.) i was tickled rereading it because there is some (not much) sexy-type stuff that happens, that may or may not have been over the heads of two high schoolers who hadn't even been kissed yet. :)

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anyway, i see that a lot of people who bothered to review does my bum look big in this? didn't like it very much, or even hated it, and the fact of the matter is ... i get it. but i personally find the complete and utter lack of self-esteem, the paranoia, the cluelessness, all of it, to be very funny! i mean, no one really thinks like this. (well, i'm sure there are some, but no one i know so i guess i can chuckle at it!) but if people thinks it's so over-the-top it loses its funny, i get it. that's how i feel about john oliver about 10 minutes in. i won't judge.

i also feel the need to admit that there might be a touch of nostalgia somewhere in my four stars. my brother went to london for his 26th birthday and brought back a copy of this book for me. 16-year-old me was so tickled, i read a diary entry every day to my then-best friend over the phone, and we'd crack up over it. (i ultimately wound up loaning that copy to some bum i was friends with in college and never got it back. i bought a replacement copy when i went to london myself, which upset her but she still didn't return it so i don't know why she was mad about it.) i was tickled rereading it because there is some (not much) sexy-type stuff that happens, that may or may not have been over the heads of two high schoolers who hadn't even been kissed yet. :)

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anyway, i see that a lot of people who bothered to review does my bum look big in this? didn't like it very much, or even hated it, and the fact of the matter is ... i get it. but i personally find the complete and utter lack of self-esteem, the paranoia, the cluelessness, all of it, to be very funny! i mean, no one really thinks like this. (well, i'm sure there are some, but no one i know so i guess i can chuckle at it!) but if people thinks it's so over-the-top it loses its funny, i get it. that's how i feel about john oliver about 10 minutes in. i won't judge.

i also feel the need to admit that there might be a touch of nostalgia somewhere in my four stars. my brother went to london for his 26th birthday and brought back a copy of this book for me. 16-year-old me was so tickled, i read a diary entry every day to my then-best friend over the phone, and we'd crack up over it. (i ultimately wound up loaning that copy to some bum i was friends with in college and never got it back. i bought a replacement copy when i went to london myself, which upset her but she still didn't return it so i don't know why she was mad about it.) i was tickled rereading it because there is some (not much) sexy-type stuff that happens, that may or may not have been over the heads of two high schoolers who hadn't even been kissed yet. :)

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anyway, i see that a lot of people who bothered to review does my bum look big in this? didn't like it very much, or even hated it, and the fact of the matter is ... i get it. but i personally find the complete and utter lack of self-esteem, the paranoia, the cluelessness, all of it, to be very funny! i mean, no one really thinks like this. (well, i'm sure there are some, but no one i know so i guess i can chuckle at it!) but if people thinks it's so over-the-top it loses its funny, i get it. that's how i feel about john oliver about 10 minutes in. i won't judge.

i also feel the need to admit that there might be a touch of nostalgia somewhere in my four stars. my brother went to london for his 26th birthday and brought back a copy of this book for me. 16-year-old me was so tickled, i read a diary entry every day to my then-best friend over the phone, and we'd crack up over it. (i ultimately wound up loaning that copy to some bum i was friends with in college and never got it back. i bought a replacement copy when i went to london myself, which upset her but she still didn't return it so i don't know why she was mad about it.) i was tickled rereading it because there is some (not much) sexy-type stuff that happens, that may or may not have been over the heads of two high schoolers who hadn't even been kissed yet. :)

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