Goodreads tells me I already read this sometime in 2010 but I didn't write a review and I couldn't for the life of me remember anything about it, so I figured I'd read this again (or perhaps for the first time - who knows). David Sedaris came to the Little Rock Barnes & Noble in May and was the first author reading I've ever attended. It was pretty cool but I'll definitely have to get there earlier next time to get my book signed. Lesson learned. But anyway, it got me in the mood for some humorous nonfiction. While reading this collection of essays, some of them seemed vaguely familiar (so maybe I did read it before) but even so, I was snorting and laughing out loud throughout the entire book. This is probably one of my favorites of his work, and I'm looking forward to reading [b:Let's Explore Diabetes with Owls|15790837|Let's Explore Diabetes with Owls|David Sedaris|http://d.gr-assets.com/books/1359704028s/15790837.jpg|21512389]. I love Sedaris' voice and how neurotic and weird he can be. He's very relatable and seems like a genuine, nice fellow. Hopefully he'll come back to the sticks sometime soon so I can actually meet him and get an autograph.