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  • Published: 29 February 2012
  • ISBN: 9781448135929
  • Imprint: Cornerstone Digital
  • Format: EBook
  • Pages: 272
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Are you there Vodka? It's me, Chelsea




A New York Times #1 bestseller - Chelsea Handler's hilarious new collection of true-life stories

Chelsea Handler is a woman on a mission. She's smart, sassy and not afraid to speak her mind. From an early age Chelsea knew exactly what she wanted and even in the trickiest of situations, she's never one to pass up an opportunity. Like the time she convinced her third-grade class she was shooting movies with Goldie Hawn on location in the Galapagos just to get them to
like her, or when she spent the night in a women's prison, contemplating an affair with the inmate who killed her own sister. Chelsea it seems, has done it all, and a whole lot more ...

Any mishaps along the way just spur Chelsea on further. Whether she is being dry-humped by a sumo masseur, dumped by her Big Red experiment or kicked out of a London restaurant with her pants down, Chelsea is always armed with an unshakeable disregard for rules and is incapable of leading a quiet life.

Are You There Vodka? It's Me, Chelsea is an entertaining memoir-in-stories that will have you rolling around with laughter.

  • Pub date: 29 February 2012
  • ISBN: 9781448135929
  • Imprint: Cornerstone Digital
  • Format: EBook
  • Pages: 272

About the Author

Chelsea Handler

Chelsea Handler was born in Livingston, New Jersey, and has toured the US doing stand-up as one of the stars on Oxygen's Girls Behaving Badly, as well as appearing on The Tonight Show with Jay Leno. She now presents her own show, Chelsea Lately, and is the author of My Horizontal Life. She lives in Los Angeles.

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Praise for Are you there Vodka? It's me, Chelsea

“A hilarious account ... you may not want to read it in public, for fear of snorting with laughter.”

Grazia

“If I had the balls to really not care what people thought of me, this is the book I'd write.”

Belle de Jour

“Ms. Handler's style is a friendlier, more workaday version of the haughty self-abasement practiced by Sarah Silverman, leavened by the everywoman spirit of Kathy Griffin... She seems like a cruel queen bee from an expensive college: There's something suspiciously sophisticated about how her jokes line up that suggests the moral austerity of a comic not of [Joan] Rivers's bad-girl school: Tina Fey”

New York Times


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