I have to admit, before picking up this book, I had never really read Lawson's Blog. I read hundreds of blogs each week and have been trying (unsuccessfully) to limit the time spent on them. Seriously, it can become an addiction if you let it.
That being said, the cover of the book intrigued me (see: taxidermied rat) and the reviews were good. I was on vacation, just finished all three Fifty Shades books in one day and needed (wanted!) to read something completely different. So, enter Lawson's book.
Verdict: hilarious and oddly touching. The underlying theme is that those moments that humiliate us and make us seem "weird" and embarrassed are also the ones that make us who we are and that's a good thing. While I really enjoyed this book it should probably be avoided if you have an aversion to swearing (because there is a LOT of it), gross out situations and mild oversharing.