A hilarious and honest memoir tells the story of Tina Fey's journey from a middle-school gym class nightmare to becoming a well-known comedian on TV. From her years on SNL to motherhood and all the ups-and-downs in between, Fey reveals all with her trademark humor. Don't miss out on her never-before-solicited opinions on topics ranging from breastfeeding to the electoral process.
2011-05-27T00:00:00.000ZIf you haven’t read Tina Fey’s Bossypants, you will, and whatever you are drinking will come out of your nose due to laughter. – source
2021-02-11T05:57:33.000Z@pawneewaffle @michaelianblack if you like comedy, some books i've read from comedians that i really dug are tina fey's book bossy pants, sarah silverman's book the bed wetter and amy's book yes and. Also live from New York was fun. – source
2013-03-14T00:00:00.000ZI absolutely loved Tina Fey’s Bossypants and didn’t want it to end. It’s hilarious as well as important. Not only did I laugh on every page, but I was nodding along, highlighting and dog-earing like crazy. On Page 3, she offers amazing advice to women in the workplace: No pigtails, no tube tops. Cry sparingly. (Some people say, Never let them see you cry. I say, if you’re so mad you could just cry, then cry. It terrifies everyone.) It is so, so good. As a young girl, I was labeled bossy, too, so as a former — O.K., current — bossypants, I am grateful to Tina for being outspoken, unapologetic and hysterically funny. – source