A New York Times bestselling, riotously funny collection of boozy misadventures from the creator of the YouTube series, “You Deserve a Drink.”
Mamrie Hart is a drinking star with a Youtube problem. With over a million subscribers to her cult-hit video series “You Deserve a Drink,” Hart has been entertaining viewers with a combination of tasty libations and raunchy puns since 2011. Hart also co-wrote/co-starred in Dirty Thirty and Camp Takota with Grace Helbig and Hannah Hart.
Finally, Hart has compiled her best drinking stories—and worst hangovers—into one hilarious volume. From the spring break where she and her girlfriends avoided tan lines by staying at an all-male gay nudist resort, to the bachelorette party where she accidentally hired a sixty-year-old meth head to teach the group pole dancing (not to mention the time she lit herself on fire during a Flaming Lips concert), Hart accompanies each story with an original cocktail recipe, ensuring that You Deserve a Drink is as educational as it is entertaining.
With cameos from familiar friends from the YouTube scene and a foreword by Grace Helbig, this glimpse into Hart’s life brings warmth and humor to the woman fans know and love. And for readers who haven’t met Mamrie yet—take a warm-up shot and break out the cocktail shaker: you’re going to need a drink.
“Hart is a pull-no-punches comedian with a talent for self-deprecation in the guise of self-aggrandizement, a winning formula.”—The New York Times
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TOO GOOD FOR WORDS
If this book were made into a movie it would be for best stoner comedy. Gut busting laughs while you're trying to read the next word but you cant cause you're crying to hard to see.
Normally I don't write reviews for books, but this one was just too good. One of the most hilarious books I've read in a very long time. If you like crude humor (which I do), you'll love this book.
This book is un put downable! I would give it a thousand stars if I could
I just finished reading Mamrie's book and it exceeded my already high expectations of it. It's funny, witty and interesting just like its author. it was like hanging out with miss Hart and let's be honest, we all have this dream. I didn't want it to end, I wanted to keep reading Mamrie's hilarious stories for the rest of my life.