This is not a love story. At least, not in the way you’re thinking. It’s a story about girl meets boy (after boy, after boy), boy does crazy things and girl somehow lives to tell the tale. It’s also a story about how girl meets herself, does some crazy things and learns to love herself. And to really love others.
But I’m getting ahead of myself.
Filled with not-so-quiet reflection, self-deprecation and ridiculous men (including favorites like the kilt-wearing Subway Pirate and a foot fetishist who just loves to watch me chew), this book is for every girl who has ever tried to climb out the bathroom window in stiletto heels—and men who have done the same (minus the stilettos…I’m guessing).
“I read the whole thing in 3 days, finding Gigi’s experiences both relatable and hilarious.” - Candice Walsh, Candice Does the World
“I felt like I was watching an episode of Friends, or New Girl, or some equally as quirky, snarky, funny show that makes you wish you were friends with the characters.” – Amazon reviewer
“I read this book while on the bus, and it really helped take my mind off of my troubles. And, instead, focus on her troubles. And I think we can all agree that focusing on other people’s troubles is much more fun than focusing on your own troubles.” – Sally, Unbrave Girl
“Griffis finishes her memoir with a reflection a bit in the style of Lamont where forgiveness, mercy, and self-love triumph even through heartache and adversity.” – Brianna, Goodreads reviewer
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