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Shut up, you're welcome : thoughts on life, death, and other inconveniences

Author: Annie Choi
Publisher: New York : Touchstone, 2013.
Edition/Format:   Book : English : First Touchstone trade paperback editionView all editions and formats
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"From the author of Happy Birthday or Whatever, an outright hilarious and heartfelt collection of personal essays about everything from underwear to musical theater. Annie Choi wants to tell you a few things: She hates musical theater. She thinks sandwiches are boring. She likes camping, except for the outdoors part. She daydreams about cannibalism. At fifteen, her father made her read the entire car manual before  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Humor
Biography
Named Person: Annie Choi
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Annie Choi
ISBN: 9781451698398 1451698399
OCLC Number: 832705442
Description: 270 pages ; 22 cm
Contents: Dear musical theater --
Brand-new state --
Dear virgin America --
Going Stallone --
Dear camping --
Road rash --
Dear Department of Motor Vehicles --
Driver's ed --
Dear San Fernando Valley --
When disaster strikes --
Dear "A guy" --
Hex marks the spot --
Hi, sandwich --
Midas touch --
Hey, neighbor! --
Mugging for the camera --
Dear Caesars Palace --
Ding dong ditched --
Dear babies everywhere, ever --
Womb with a view --
Dear reader.
Other Titles: Shut up, you are welcome
Responsibility: Annie Choi.
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"From the author of Happy Birthday or Whatever, an outright hilarious and heartfelt collection of personal essays about everything from underwear to musical theater. Annie Choi wants to tell you a few things: She hates musical theater. She thinks sandwiches are boring. She likes camping, except for the outdoors part. She daydreams about cannibalism. At fifteen, her father made her read the entire car manual before allowing her to sit in the driver's seat. And she once chased down a man who stole her handbag. All this is to say that Choi is one part badass and one part curmudgeon, with a soft spot for savage bears. But mostly she wants to ask the world: WTF?! Written in Choi's strikingly original and indignant voice, Shut Up You're Welcome paints a revealing portrait of Annie and her family in all their quirky, compelling, riotous glory. Each of Choi's personal essays begins with an open letter to someone (her naked neighbor) or something (the San Fernando Valley), that she has a beef with. From the time her family ditched her on Christmas to her father's attachment to an ugly table, Choi weaves together deeply personal experiences with laugh-out-loud observations, all of which will charm you, entertain you, and leave you wanting more"--

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"Annie Choi strikes the perfect balance between humor and heart. You'll laugh so hard at her family, you'll wish you were part of it."--Jane Borden, author of "I Totally Meant to Do That"

 
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