Everything Is Wrong With You: The Modern Woman's Guide To Finding Self Confidence Through Self-Loathing

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Writer's Digest Books, Jan 16, 2008 - Humor - 200 pages
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Pretend advice about beauty, fashion and relationships for women who are pretending to care about that stuff.

While other self-help books might tell you that something is wrong with you, this book is here to tell you that everything is wrong with you. In your quest for perfection, are there things you've forgotten to worry about? Like:Are your toes weird? I'm not saying they are, but are they?What if you think you are thin, but you actually have a vision disorder that just makes you see yourself as thin when, in fact, you are totally not thin? Think about it!What if whenever you go out of town your boyfriend has crazy orgies at your house? And what if all your best friends come to those orgies? Of course I can't prove it, but can you disprove it?

Remember, if you were OK, there wouldn't be so many books and magazines out there devoted to helping you get prettier and be more stylish. I mean, if you think that publishers are just in it for the money, then you definitely have trust issues! How can you solve them? Please purchase this book to find out.

On the other hand, you could just walk out of here without this book, thinking that you are great just the way you are ... and arrive home to find that your husband has left you because of your weird toes.

Good luck.


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Wendy Molyneux is a popular contributor to McSweeney's Internet Tendency with a strong following online. Several of her pieces were included in the McSweeney's books Created in Darkness by Troubled Americans and ountain Man Dance Moves. Her work has also appeared in the LA Weekly and the journal MonkeyBicycle. She performs improv in Hollywood at the Improv Olympic West, a comedy powerhouse that has launched many Saturday Night Live and Mad TV performers. She has also appeared at Second City Los Angeles and the Upright Citizens Brigade Theater. Most recently, Wendy was a writer and sketch player on The Megan Mullally Show.

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