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The Bitch Rules #2020

The Bitch Rules This volume is the author s take on the best selling dating guide The Rules Chapter headings include Have Pets When All Else Fails Talk to God and Don t Clear the Table at a Dinner Party Unless the

  • Title: The Bitch Rules
  • Author: Elizabeth Wurtzel
  • ISBN: 9780704381384
  • Page: 357
  • Format: Paperback
  • The Bitch Rules By Elizabeth Wurtzel, This volume is the author s take on the best selling dating guide, The Rules Chapter headings include Have Pets, When All Else Fails, Talk to God and Don t Clear the Table at a Dinner Party Unless the Men Get Up to Help Too.

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    1. Now here is someone who loves makeup and high heels but demands men clear the table after dinner The great female ROAR or Grrrrrrl is dying down, if not dead So far the only chapter I like is the one that reads Have a cleaning person come in as often as you can afford Yeah right Written like a real New Yorker I need a raise Whatever this semi feminista crap writing is, I don t like it If it still requires leg shaving and mascara, leave me out of it.

    2. I was pleasantly surprised by this book I thought it would be stupid and fluffy like most self help type books However, it turned out to be laugh out loud funny, while also serving as a good reminder of the stuff we forget sometimes that life isn t about finding the perfect man, that your career shouldn t be the only thing you do, and that everyone is just as strange as you are A VERY fast read and much funnier than it looks.

    3. This book was overpriced and far worse than I expected Apparently she s transformed from a troubled teenager to an overly self righteous WOMAN Woman, RAWR

    4. Wurtzel offers fortune cookie level wisdom with all the plausibility of a drunken fisherman describing the size of the one that got away, and you spend much of her book wondering when exactly she took any of her own advice There are a few useful aphorisms here, but chances are you heard them from your mother first Though maybe not the one advising you to screw an ex to help yourself get over whatever guy you re crushing on Miles away from Kiss My Tiara s class and sass.

    5. Read this one night when I was livin alone in an apartment with no furniture I was drinking wine out of the bottle and speeding through and laughing out loud That s a nice memory I particularly like Be Gorgeous I myself believe that I am about ten times prettier than I actually am By dint of sheer will power, I have managed to convince many people of this Ha ha ha.

    6. It pains me to give this book one star, as I m a huge fan of Wurtzel s first three books, but this book was awful Additionally, having read Prozac Nation and Bitch and More, Now, Again, I kept wondering how on earth Wurtzel decided she should give people generic life advice about being happy and love affairs Sadly, this mini book is not worth reading, but don t judge the author on this piece read her other three books they re wonderful This was just a bizarre, blog esque ramble of essays about t [...]

    7. I just skimmed this, I couldn t really get into it not nearly as good as her other books, which I ve loved all of so far It was just sort of like she wanted to publish something, so she just crammed a bunch of her less good stuff together and called it a day.

    8. a few little nuggets of wisdom here and there, wrapped around a lot of BS stuff very easy read but also easy to zone out on while reading too

    9. While I love other works by Wurtzel Prozac Nation, Bitch , I was disappointed with this book It is mostly due to the misleading subtitle This book does not offer advice for the uncommon woman rather the advice it offers some of which I agree with, other parts of which my annotations simply read NO is clearly for the everyday woman, the one who wants a common life, or at least a typical life after youth and young adulthood which I do not see anything wrong with, if that is what makes you happy.Ho [...]

    10. When I was 24, graduating university, breaking up with my long term boy, and moving back to my hometown, I would have given this book 4 stars for its astuteness Now that I m 33 and ACTUALLY an adult no offense to the 24 year old adults, I just wasn t one of them I find this book cutesy and silly, and rather annoying in its constant contradictions e.g page 94 The only way to get one person off your mind is to get another one on your body which I still think is probably true vs page 97 3 pages lat [...]

    11. It pains me to give this book one star, as I m a huge fan of Wurtzel s first three books, but this book was awful Additionally, having read Prozac Nation and Bitch and More, Now, Again, I kept wondering how on earth Wurtzel decided she should give people generic life advice about being happy and love affairs Sadly, this mini book is not worth reading, but don t judge the author on this piece read her other three books they re wonderful This was just a bizarre, blog esque ramble of essays about t [...]

    12. I m familiar with Wurtzel s life and bouts with mental illness and drugs after reading PROZAC NATION and MORE, NOW, AGAIN After that darkness, she sees light RADICAL SANITY is Wurtzel s advice to women on romance, careers, hobbies, and physical appearance based on her experiences which means that readers may not connect to everything she has to say Some sections and chapters were empowering, while others were contradictory by urging women to do things to attract the opposite sex Still, it s a de [...]

    13. I read a lot of reviews of this book before I purchased it and I can see where everyone is coming from, both good and bad However, I grabbed this book in the midst of a hellish week of being stuck in my own head and it was just the thing I needed to snap me out of it I m not saying it s the type of book that would suit everyone, but it hit the mark with me in this instance.

    14. Into the psyche of the woman who wrote Prozac Nation Read it less for the advice and for the entertaining prose of this postfeminist, heteronormative, generalizing, and overall pretty elitist woman While she may be politically incorrect and dated even after less than 10 years, she s funny, and there is some wisdom through the lens of knowing her quirks.

    15. Cleverly written but genuinely prescribed advicey what you will about Elizabeth Wurtzel, but she s passionately pro woman, pro self, pro happiness Buy this book for any woman you love and respect

    16. I am a fan of Prozac Nation and More Now Again but this was just a waste of money I was able to special order it a couple years ago I m not sure if it s even out any but I don t recommended going to any trouble to get this book.

    17. The title of this book caught my eye immediately due the title and well there really are secrets to life in here It is like one of few Self Help Psychology books that give a crap about those they are writing for You can tell this woman has seen it all and been through it all.

    18. an entertaining and frank overview of how to live your life Elizabeth creates a series of sensible rules for women that are easily translatable to men as well Taking simple things and giving strong advice based on her own experiences and building a cohesive and precise set of rules.

    19. I didn t really agree with the advice she gave but whatever If I could write a book of advice not everyone would agree with me either

    20. I enjoyed the way this was written Most of the advice offered was quite applicable to my life, so I appreciated the content of this book.

    21. While the idea of Elizabeth Wurtzel writing a self help book is kind of hilarious, this was a fun read with some good advice.

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