Uganda Be Kidding Me

Uganda Be Kidding Me

Large Print - 2014
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In this uproarious collection, Chelsea Handler answers your most frequently asked traveler's questions, hot travel trips, and travel etiquette, none of which should be believed.
Publisher: New York : Grand Central Publishing, 2014
Edition: Large print edition
ISBN: 9781455576098
Call Number: LARGE PRINT 818.602 H1921u 2014
Characteristics: 369 pages (large print) : color illustrations ; 22 cm


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Jun 30, 2019

Personally, I think that a much more appropriate title for this moronic "Chelsea Handler" book would have been "Uganda Be Stupid!".

'Cause (IMO) anyone who finds themselves even slightly amused by Handler's condescending, swollen-headed rantings here certainly can't be all that bright to begin with (or have any high expectations about humor, whatsoever).

Jun 18, 2019

After reading "Uganda Be Kidding Me" I've certainly come to several definite conclusions about this book's irksome author, Chelsea Handler.

(1) - She's just another "Amy Schumer" wannabe/clone/whatever.

(2) - She sure is a condescending, self-satisfied b*tch.

(3) - She's an absolute amateur when it comes to her obvious limits in the realm of humor.

You know, I can just picture the self-loving Handler (laughing herself silly while she wrote this book) thinking to herself that if the reader doesn't die laughing while they're reading her words, then, they have no sense of humor, at all.

Jun 02, 2019

Opening this book with a seemingly stream of consciousness Q & A is at first disquieting but as her story unfolds, it fits. This is Chelsea’s story of her trip with friends through Africa on safari ranging from the hysterical to the unbelievable. She also briefly offers a glimpse into how the trip changed her attitude about the beauty of Africa. This is a very modern cynical tale of their wacky adventures. It’s an honest retelling of her experiences in Chelsea Handler’s own wise cracking (sometimes deadpan) style. This book is well worth a second listening to catch all the witty asides.

The reader, Chelsea Handler, delivers this book in fast paced, conversational style. Her voice is very alive and adds to the feeling for the listener of being in the thick of it when everything is happening.

As I’m listening to this audio book, it feels like I’m eavesdropping on a very interesting conversation in the next diner booth or someone’s cell chat while riding the commuter train home. I know I should stop listening, to mind my own business but I want hear more about all this. She has a lively, energetic writing style that keeps me engaged from beginning to end.

Jan 29, 2015

I didn't know it was possible to publish such a bad book.

zebra4593 Jan 22, 2015


Jun 25, 2014

Not as funny as her other books, but she still can tell a good (though obviously exaggerated) story, and not afraid to make herself look bad. Recommended only for fans of Handler.

Apr 18, 2014

Every time a Chelsea Handler book makes it to the Bestseller list, I guess that I'm going to be surprised and like it - but not really. This book was tolerable - somewhat funny; but I wouldn't buy a book like this.


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Mar 16, 2014

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