June 3, 2014
If you haven’t read Sarah Silverman’s book The Bedwetter: Stories of Courage, Redemption, and Pee, you’ll definitely want to. Unless you’re easily offended, in which you may want to take Harper Collin’s quick survey to see if this is the book for you.
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On the key take aways from her book:
On rich, thin, young blondes:
With all the religious and racial material I’ve done, the bulk of complaints and outcry have come from the advocates of what must be the hardest suffering of all minorities: über rich, thin, young blondes.
On relentless nagging:
On her fashion sense:
On appreciating humor in her peers:
HE BROKE HIS NOSE GIVING A FAKE BLOWJOB. Holy shit. I love that story with every part of me.”
On being different:
On the presidential election:
I’m sympathetic to the nuns’ violent impulses. I mean, if I’d given up sex to devote myself to a man who I had to just trust loved me, despite never being physically around to prove it, I’d probably be smacking little children too.
On news ‘snl’ wanted her:
On meeting new neighbors:
What I have learned thus far in writing this book is that writing this book is a gigantic pain in the ass.
On the homeless and comedians:
On delivering bad news to depressed teens:
There has to be some protocol, some set of standards, for how we tell depressed teenage girls that their shrinks have killed themselves.
On summer camp:
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All quotes taken from The Bedwetter: Stories of Courage, Redemption, and Pee by Sarah Silverman.