If It Was Easy, They'd Call The Whole Damn Thing A Honeymoon: Living With And Loving The TV-Addicted, Sex-Obsessed, Not-So-Handy Man You Married (2011)
If It Was Easy, They'd Call the Whole Damn Thing a Honeymoon: Living with and Loving the TV-Addicted, Sex-Obsessed, Not-So-Handy Man You Married (2011)
3.84 of 5 Votes: 5
0425243028 (ISBN13: 9780425243022)
Berkley Trade
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If you want to listen to a spoiled, shallow, materialistic woman with OCD drone on about her first world problems and how the little annoying things her husband does (and that husbands of equally privileged, yet ungrateful women do) are the bane of her existence, then you should buy this book. I wish I could sell you my copy, unfortunately, it's digital. If I could return this book, I would in a heartbeat. I got through the first 3 chapters of this book, and decided to start browsing. I have been married for over 4 years, living with the same man for 7 years now. I know how frustrating men can be, but this book just made me feel bad for men. Women bitch this much, seriously? I know I complain about things, but good grief! There was such an undertone of disrespect for these men who chose to marry these women, and I hate that. If you don't respect someone, don't marry them! Also, I wasn't a fan of Jenna's money/lifestyle scenarios (I want a Pottery Barn chaise lounge, I can buy a new car whenever I want to!)... It just didn't speak to me in general. Some of the stories from other women gave me a good chuckle, and Jenna is very sarcastic which I like. I just couldn't get into the man-bashing.
Loved it! So funny it had me laughing out loud so many times.i can totally relate!
Funny and enjoyable.
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