Pinterest. Foodies. Anne Franks underwear. New York Times
bestselling author Laurie Notarorightfully hailed as the funniest writer in the solar system (The Miami Herald
)spares nothing and no one, least of all herself, in this uproarious new collection of essays on rudeness. With the sardonic, self-deprecating wit that makes us all feel a little better about ourselves for identifying with her, Laurie explores her recent misadventures and explains why its not her who is nuts, its them (and okay, sometimes its her too).
Whether confessing that her obsession with buying fabric has reached junior hoarder status or mistaking a friends heinous tattoo as temporary, Laurie puts her unique spinsometimes bizarre, always entertainingon the many perils of modern living in a mannerless society. From shuddering at the graphic Harry Potter erotica conjured up at a writers group to lamenting the sudden ubiquity of quinoa (It looks like larvae no matter how you cook it),The Potty Mouth at the Table
is whip-smart, unpredictable, and hilarious. In other words, irresistibly Laurie.