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eBook The World According to Mimi Smartypants ePub

by Mimi Smartypants

  • ISBN: 0007173415
  • Category: Humor
  • Subcategory: Entertainment
  • Author: Mimi Smartypants
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Harpercollins Pub Ltd (January 31, 2004)
  • Pages: 240
  • ePub book: 1568 kb
  • Fb2 book: 1226 kb
  • Other: doc lit lrf lrf
  • Rating: 4.2
  • Votes: 505

Description

Последние твиты от mimi smartypants (smartypants). I write a personal diary-blog, oh yes I do, there is so much more of it than you'll know what to do with.

Последние твиты от mimi smartypants (smartypants). 21820990288952525. imi smartypants добавил(а), 1:00. Aaron RuparПодлинная учетная запись par. Trump ends LSU event by turning it into a rally: "You got a good now - even though they're trying to impeach the son of a bitch!

She doesn't pretend this is a great literary feat; to her, it's like someone offering to publish your grocery lists.

She doesn't pretend this is a great literary feat; to her, it's like someone offering to publish your grocery lists

This book is basically an archive of excerpts from the blog at smartypants.

This book is basically an archive of excerpts from the blog at smartypants. com, which is one of the most popular personal blogs, and one which I've been compulsively reading for years. Does it work as a book? I dunno; Kind of.

Mimi Smartypants is the author of The World According to Mimi . See if your friends have read any of Mimi Smartypants's books. Mimi Smartypants isn't a Goodreads Author (yet), but they do have a blog, so here are some recent posts imported from their feed.

See if your friends have read any of Mimi Smartypants's books. Mimi Smartypants’s Followers (26). good morning, wordpress. I got out the boxes and the packing tape and moved to mimismartypants. Published on July 03, 2009 08:42.

Books for People with Print Disabilities. Internet Archive Books. org on November 19, 2010.

Just who is this Mimi Smartypants, anyway?She's 30 (but looks younger), 5'1" (but looks taler).

Mimi Smartypants sees the world from her 5'1 towering height as medicine chests worth exploring or her take on. .

Ms. Smartypants amusing reflections on life are fun to follow (easier to read in book form when riding the C-TRAN than using a computer on the Clayton County public bus system) as she pulls no punches when she knocks an icon down, but does so with humor.

Mimi Smartypants, Witney, Oxfordshire. 13 beğenme · 83 kişi bunun hakkında konuşuyor · 85 kişi buradaydı. Creating unique hand drawn cards and gifts.

Books with the subject: Smartypants, Mimi. The World According to Mimi Smartypants - Mimi Smartypants. Female Friendship, Married Women, Women cat Owners, Illinois-Chicago, American wit and Humor, Smartypants, MIMI, Diaries, Biography.

mimi smartypants: running towards nothing (again and again and again and again). I like pizza and beer and making simple things complicated. mimismartypants monkeytail hotmail dot com. Recently. technicolor camouflage.

The energetic, inspired first book of Mimi Smartypants, who has kept a cult on-line diary for the past 3 years. Mimi has bags of attitude and a brilliant observational style that's fun, fast and frivolous. This is the real-life diary of a sassy, funny, straight-talking thirty-something Chicago girl who tells it like it is. Mimi first appeared on the hot internet site diaryland.com which hosts over 400,000 live diaries from -- mostly girls -- all over the world and has 800,000 registered users. Mimi became the most clicked diary and is now officially a web cult. Mimi lives in Chicago with LT (husband -- she was a child bride) cat (cat), Kat (friend, female, good for staying up late and getting into trouble in bars), travels the El (Elevated Railway), drinks beer (in bars) and occationally dresses up in twily dresses and makes like the undead at Neo's goth nights (it's an affliction she's trying kick). she is 30 years old (but looks younger), is 5ft 1inch (but looks taller), weighs (never weighs herself...it says 127 on her drivers license). She's left handed (she cannot do anything with her right hand -- except lift drinks at bars), she looks in other peoples medicine cabinets when the owner is not around, hates people saying ATM machine ( since the 'm' stands for machine already doh), has never had a cavity (wierd) and likes penguins. Most of all Mimi Smartypants gets it...and so do hundreds of thousands of her followers.

Comments

Fenrinos Fenrinos
This book is wonderful! Wit, energy and observations that will knock your socks off. It is a truly funny offering of a Chicago woman as she processes her day in a head that has more going on in it than should be allowed. This is a compilation of blog entries, the blog continues and I hope for more to be published.
Nawenadet Nawenadet
Please people, this book is quite and mildly amusing, but 5 stars? Please... It was OK, semi funny, but 'Mimi' is too weird in order to be able to relate to, and the little quips get a dull after a while. I finished this a couple of weeks ago and would be hard-pressed to remember any of it.
Conjulhala Conjulhala
This sharp new book reads like it was written by the witty, imperfect, cooler older sister you wish you had; the one who walks around with a dryer sheet unknowingly stuck to her back but manages to give the most spot on advice for any of those twenty something angst moments we all have had. She is down to earth, funny, and writes about things all of us twenty somethings have experienced.

This was great bathtime reading; the wisdom and humor have been pared down into pithy little essays and vignettes, which makes it great for on the go or beach reading. You can sit down and read the whole book at once or stretch it out and enjoy it bit by bit. Either way, this was a real hit with me and I will be recommending it to my friends.
Worla Worla
Anyone who has been reading her blog would find this book to be a bit of a retread, and the entries that appear in this book seem a million miles away from what she has been writing about more recently (mainly, her daughter Nora). But to someone who has never heard of mimi smartypants and has yet to experience her incredibly smart and funny meanderings -- they are in for a real treat.

Like her online entries, this book is probably best savored in small bites, not read straight through. It is pretty dense and sometimes repetative with its themes-- as most peoples lives tend to be! This is not a smack against the book, but rather an observation.

Overall, whether or not you're a fan (yet)... its definitely worth a read.
Samutilar Samutilar
She is license-less so she rides the train in her morning Chicago commute. Thirty year old Mimi Smartypants decides to keep a journal of her thoughts on any topic. Mimi might type on her web blog a tirade about her family or friends, especially those Y carriers, raves on the latest punk rock group, or just how well her pension plan and other investments are doing. Nothing is sacred to Mimi except perhaps Browned Eyed Girl Van Morrison at least before he became famous. Mimi Smartypants sees the world from her 5'1 towering height as medicine chests worth exploring or her take on home décor (aside to Mimi: try being a book reviewer - worse on the home than rugrats or terriers).

Ms. Smartypants amusing reflections on life are fun to follow (easier to read in book form when riding the C-TRAN than using a computer on the Clayton County public bus system) as she pulls no punches when she knocks an icon down, but does so with humor. Readers will be amused by her observations and those who want more can do so at her bloggering site Smartypants.Diaryland.com which is filled with droll musings on the world according to Mimi Smartypants.

Harriet Klausner
Cia Cia
I LOVED this book! So much so that I entered it into my permanent collection of books to keep. This is something I almost never do since I belong to a book trading club and always get rid of them. This book was so hilarious I had to hang on to it. If you are from Chicago or have even been to Chicago you will find the references even more funny, and if not you'll still laugh out loud at every page. So Funny!!
Fast Lovebird Fast Lovebird
Nothing big or important happens in the book. It is not great literature. But it had me laughing out loud many times, and that doesn't happen very often.
The history of grocery lists hails back to the ancient Babylonians who would jot down the necessary items on a glistening tablet of clay. Mimi Smartypants has no time for messing about with cuniform inscriptions and records her various grocery needs in smart modern html. This is up to date Chicago purchasing whimsy you get here with handy hints on how to deal with raving lunacy on public transit, thrown in absolutely free of charge. No connoisseur of fine literate grocery lists should consider his or her collection complete without this volume.** Note to readers hoping to see Blues Clues items on these lists: the publishing industry is a slow lumbering dinosaur compared to the frantic caffeine laced world of the blogmonger. Blues Clues Be Tappin It's Narcoleptic Toes in Publisher's Anteroom. (maybe)