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Stay sexy & don't get murdered : the definitive how-to guide

Author: Karen Kilgariff; Georgia Hardstark
Publisher: New York, NY : A Forge Book published by Tom Doherty Associates, 2019. ©2019
Edition/Format:   Print book : Biography : English : First editionView all editions and formats
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A conversation between friends Karen Kilgariff and Georgia Hardstark about what they've learned from their biggest mistakes, their most triumphant successes, their favorite therapists, and their mutual obsession with true crime. From growing up as latchkey kids to their formative years working at the Gap and Hot Topic to their struggles with substances and mental health, Karen and Georgia share some of the most  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Biographies
Anecdotes
Self-help publications
Autobiographies
Biography
Named Person: Karen Kilgariff; Georgia Hardstark
Material Type: Biography
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Karen Kilgariff; Georgia Hardstark
ISBN: 9781250178954 1250178959
OCLC Number: 1047820920
Notes: "A dual memoir by the creators of the #1 hit podcast My Favorite Murder"--Jacket.
Description: 300 pages : illustrations ; 25 cm
Contents: Let's sit crooked & talk straight: Karen's introduction --
1: Fuck politeness. Georgia's take on red flags and Riot Grrrl courage ; Karen's guide to prioritizing your own agenda. --
2: Sweet baby angel. Karen's lecture on self-care ; Georgia gets her nipple pierced for all the right reasons --
3: You're in a cult, call your dad. Karen on how to not drink the Kool-Aid even when you're spiritually parched ; Georgia on kleptomania and calling your dad --
4: Send 'em back. Georgia on car crashes and meeting Karen ; Karen's step-by-step guide on how to be a latchkey kid --
5: Don't be a fucking lunatic. Karen's plan for when the party's finally over ; Georgia's top ten "holy shit!" moments in therapy --
6: Get a job. Karen's dos and don'ts guide to becoming employee of the month ; Georgia on working for the weekend and also free snacks --
7: Buy your own shit. Georgia demonstrates the Zen in the art of being a crazy ex-girlfriend ; Karen's advice on how not to be thirteen forever --
8: Stay out of the forest. Georgia loses her brother but finds herself ; Karen's lessons from listeners and Canadian aldermen --
Fuckin' hooray!: Georgia's conclusion.
Other Titles: SSDGM
Stay sexy and don't get murdered
Stay sexy and do not get murdered
Responsibility: Karen Kilgariff & Georgia Hardstark.

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A conversation between friends Karen Kilgariff and Georgia Hardstark about what they've learned from their biggest mistakes, their most triumphant successes, their favorite therapists, and their mutual obsession with true crime. From growing up as latchkey kids to their formative years working at the Gap and Hot Topic to their struggles with substances and mental health, Karen and Georgia share some of the most significant moments in their lives. Together they inspect their own hard-earned wisdom with brutal and hilarious candor. In a culture that mythologizes killers, celebrates 'personality-corrupting toxic masculinity bullshit,' and holds victims responsible for the violence committed against them, Karen and Georgia preach self-advocacy, self-love, and freedom from responsibility for other people's choices. Guided by their own experiences and revelations with a little help from the Riot Grrrl movement, Ann Rule, and 'billions of hours of therapy,' Karen and Georgia are here to encourage you to put your own needs first and become unfuckwithable. Part dual memoir, part life manual, this is an account of two lives that collided over the dark stuff. Inspired by the empowering and offbeat battle cries made famous on their hit podcast, Karen and Georgia recount the formative moments of their lives that taught them everything they know, and everything they don't, about life, friendship, and various pancake situations.

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