Saturday, March 16, 2019

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Sunday Post #amreading #amjoy

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So anyone who knows me, knows that I love comedy.  I started listening to this audio book by Retta called So Close to Being the Sh*t, Y'all Don't Even Know. Retta is an actress/comedian.  And boy is it funny!!
At one one point Retta said something along the lines,
 “I wasn’t intimidated to work with the Queen B, Beyonce. At that time she hadn’t come out of her shell yet, she just finished the Austin Powers -film and Goldberg-although Goldberg wasn’t much, and she had just became Beyonce, after starting her career solo, and leaving Destiny’s Child."
I was like damn Daniel! This woman is confident. I had to look her up and saw that she performed in Good Boys and Where's the Money. She also said, she likes to Google herself, so I hope she comes across this post one day.

Readers are there any comedians that you just Love, Love, love?


Reading: Practice Makes Perfect by Julie James, Managed by Kristen Calihan, Dirty Filthy Rich Men by Laurelin Paige,

Listening: So Close to Being the Sh*t, Y'all Don't Even Know by Retta,

and David Letterman's biography


Current: The Sunday Post, Stacking the Books

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  1. I'm fickle, I love whichever comedian has made me laugh last. In my defense, that means that if I didn't particularly like someone's performance the last time, they always get another chance.

    1. That's awesome Karen, good to give people chances. I'm thinking of seeing Ken Jeong next time he's in Minnesota.

  2. I do love comedians...and I have my favorites, the ones who poke fun at some political figures. LOL.

    Enjoy your week, and thanks for visiting my blog.

    1. Thanks Laurel. I do love comedians who are brave enough to poke fun at politians as well.

  3. Most of the comedians I love are British ones: Michael McIntyre, Russell Howard, Kevin Bridges to name a few! :)

  4. I've never really been into comedy or comedians but I really loved Robin Williams.

  5. I need to read more funny books. I don’t know why I avoid them. I love them when I do read them. Have a great week!

    Aj @ Read All The Things!

    1. Me too, A.J. I'll probably read Kevin Hart's book next.

  6. I read the Retta book last year and thoroughly enjoyed it. I like celebrity memoirs/books from time to time.

    1. Me too Barb. If you know of any more pass them my way.

  7. I do not follow any comedians, I get tired of the stile after some time. Dirty Filthy Rich Men description is really catchy))

  8. It's great when you find comedians or books who can make you laugh. Have a happy week.

    Anne - Books of My Heart Here is my Sunday Post   




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