This book gives new meaning to LOL.
LOL in the morning. LOL in the afternoon. LOL in the evening. LOL at the deli. LOL during Gavin's hockey practice. LOL'ing is good for your brain you know. It brings oxygen to your brain. This book is my brain on oxygen.
I don't recall LOL'ing when I read, "Are You There God? It's me Margret. But honestly I don't remember anything about this book. I'm not even sure that I actually read it.
Chelsea Handler is a self proclaimed hypothetical liar, so I found myself wondering how much of this book was real and how much was purely real in her head. I think if I spent a day in her head I would be dizzy for some time.
Chelsea (I feel like we should be on a first name basis after reading intimate details of her life) does not shy away from 4 letter words. I myself am not easily offended, but her vulgarity isn't what makes this book funny. She writes at the pace of her mind, rapidly bouncing between thoughts and situations that on the surface would seem unrelated, but in a bizarre funny way has you relating to your own vulgarity which is usually hidden away so others can't see.
I wouldn't put her in the "role model" category, but you have to appreciate her honesty and playfulness. If you like to play a little on the wild side you would probably enjoy this book and LOL. I know two other people that liked this book and one was even a man.