The hysterical, shocking and incredibly intimate memoir from one of the most original and unique comedians alive today.
Hello! I’m Brian Limond, aka Limmy. You might know me from Limmy’s Show. Or you might not know me at all. Don’t worry if you don’t.
They asked me to write a book about mental health, because I sometimes talk about my mental health in tweets and interviews, like suicidal thoughts and anxiety, and what I’ve done to try and deal with it.
I said to them, oh, I don’t know if I could fill a whole book with just that. But how’s about I write a general autobiography type of thing, and all the mental health stuff will naturally appear along the way? I could talk about growing up and slashing my wrist and taking acid all the time and getting done for car theft and feeling like a mad freak that would never amount to anything.
And then how I made my own sketch show. I directed it and everything. Plus I’m a dad. I’m an adult. But I still feel like that mad freak from years ago. I still feel like chucking it all away, for a laugh.
I asked them if they wanted me to write about all that, plus some other stuff. Like being an alky. And my sexual problems. Stuff like that.
They said aye.
So here it is.
‘One of the most innovative and fearless comedians on the block’ -The Guardian
‘One of the most idiosyncratic and original comics working today’ -The Independent
About the author
Brian ‘Limmy’ Limond is a Scottish comedian who first became known for his website and blog, and is now regarded as one of Scotland's most original comedy talents. In 2006 Limmy started a hilarious daily podcast, Limmy's World of Glasgow, and in 2010 he launched his incredibly successful comedy series Limmy’s Show. His first book, Daft Wee Stories, was a Sunday Times bestseller.
Hilarious, honest, and moving!