I was told there'd be cake [sound recording] : essays / by Sloane Crosley.
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|AUDIOBOOK||CD 814.6 CROSLEY
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- ISBN: 9780143143994
- ISBN: 0143143999
- Physical Description: 6 sound discs (ca. 6 hr.) : digital ; 4 3/4 in.
- Publisher: New York, NY : Penguin Audio, p2008.
Contents / Notes
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The pony problem -- Christmas in July -- The ursula cookie -- Bring your machete to work day -- The good people of this dimension -- Bastard out of Westchester -- The beauty of strangers -- Fuck you, Columbus -- One-night bounce -- Sign language for infidels -- You on a stick -- Height of luxury -- Smell this -- Lay like broccoli -- Fever faker.
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Produced and directed by Scott Sherratt.
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Read by the author.
Author Sloane Crosley presents a series of witty essays that include such topics as horrendous first jobs, unpleasant weddings, and long-forgotten friends that will have you laughing in no time.
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|Subject:||Young women > Conduct of life > 21st century.
Single women > Conduct of life > 21st century.
|Genre:||American essays > 21st century.
American wit and humor.