An inside look at the life of Comedy’s Lovable Queen of Mean, Lisa Lampanelli, as she dishes on everything from relationships to food, fat, and. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of Chocolate, Please on Discogs. In reading this memoir, we get to know Lisa, and we watch her overcome Lisa Lampanelli – CHOCOLATE, PLEASE: My Adventures in Food, Fat, and Freaks.
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This book is a great behind the scene look of what was going on in her head and in her personal life at the time of her success. What I found weird is that when I read it I would laugh, yes it was pretty entertaining but plewse fact that it wasn’t a continuing story made me close it after every laugh.
And that wall can’t be penetrated, no matter what color the man. She reminded me of my parents, only meaner. There are some slow points, but overall Chocolate is a great little memoir. In fact, the truth of it is that there weren’t many and she was essentially using them all to feel better about herself — which is a bit hurtful, and she acknowledges this, pleqse it’s odd that the publishers wanted her to name her book about it.
Print edition must be purchased new and sold by Amazon. I love Lisa’s comedy, so I was excited to read her book. Like a lot of comedians, her humor stems from a difficult childhood. Amazon Second Chance Pass it on, trade it in, give it a second life. English Choose a language for shopping. Nov 06, Michele rated it liked it.
I don’t identify with her as easily as Chelsea or Tina but I had some good laughs and devoured it in a day. Alas, the book feels a bit padded out with jokes from her act and various specials she’s been in.
For those of you that don’t know, I love to laugh! It’s too bad so many were private events and not available to the public. Loads of riotous zingers. She does make jokes throughout, so if you are offended easily then this book might not be for you. You will find yourself agreeably surprised and laughing fit to bust. Tell us what you like, so we can lampanello you books you’ll love. I really thought it would be a page turner yet I didn’t find it like that at all.
Because I love her, I gave it a try, I made it through the whole book, and Must redeem within 90 days. She is chubby, check.
Chocolate, Please: My Adventures in Food, Fat, and Freaks by Lisa Lampanelli
A good read for big girls and gays. I got the audio book cus stuff like this is always better when read by the author. Which, sadly, weren’t all that funny and were very aimless. This becomes more complicated as lampanell writes about the stereotypes that she’s decided are more often true than false.
I would actually have preferred to read another essay about her life than a series of jokes about different subjects. Amazon Drive Cloud storage from Amazon. An inside look at the life of Comedy’s Lovable Queen of Mean, Lisa Lampanelli, as she dishes on everything kisa relationships to food, cohcolate, and rehab. Learn more about Kindle MatchBook. I really enjoyed reading this book, although it’s not as funny as the 1 queen of mean is in person.
I couldn’t stand some of the things she talked about. Lisa Lampanellioften referred to as Comedy’s Lovable Queen of Mean, is a Grammy-nominated American stand-up comedian and insult comic.
But where lesser comics use epithets as they’re intended, Lampanelli’s use of the language sends up everyone, especially the up-tight squares who can’t take a joke. Lampanelli before reading this book; therefore I came to it completely unbiased and ready for anything. A good book for her fans, should have been a great book for everybody. I’m the type of person that will trip in the middle of a crowded mall and burst with hyena laughter until I can’t breathe.
I loved it and could not put it down!
Want to Read Currently Reading Read. I knew going into this book that the author is about as politically INcorrect as they come.
Kindle Edition Verified Purchase. Showing of 45 reviews. This was what I needed after reading the deBecker book.