My Inappropriate Life: Some Material Not Suitable for Small Children, Nuns, or Mature Adults by Heather McDonaldIn her hilarious New York Times bestseller You’ll Never Blue Ball in This Town Again, Heather McDonald recounted her adventures as an unwilling virgin in Hollywood. Now happily married with three children, Heather writes for and can be seen weekly on E! Channel’s hugely successful show, Chelsea Lately, and also stars in the show’s spin-off, After Lately.
But life as a grown-up—even a pretend grown-up—has its challenges. Heather’s a working mom with parents who live next door; a stay-at-home husband who doesn’t give an inch; a sister who keeps asking for one of her eggs; and a group of neighborhood moms who stopped talking to her when she took her kids to a stripper pool party in Vegas. Plus, she still remains friends with the Kardashians and collects Bravo Housewives like they are bottles of wine.
Just as laugh-out-loud funny and irreverent in her storytelling as she is on camera as Chelsea Handler’s partner-in-crime, Heather recounts her misadventures with a disarming candor all her own.
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By Esra Gurkan For Mailonline. The ritual of reading bedtime stories to young children before they fall asleep is something that most mothers and fathers cherish. - They can help us escape to lands far away, teach valuable lessons, and bring parents back to their own childlike sense of wonder. On certain occasions our immaturity shines through.
And all are meant to lighten the mood of just how ridiculous life can get. Included is a little excerpt from each crass creation — for your pure, wicked enjoyment. Warning: Viewer discretion advised. Sick sense of humor required. And please, browse these OUT of eyeshot of your own rug rats.
Thanks for connecting! You're almost done. Connect to your existing Cracked account if you have one or create a new Cracked username. One has to be delicate when writing a children's book. One wrong word or phrase can take the entire moral you're trying to put across. Which is why it's probably good these pages probably got left on the cutting room floor. Our readers go back and show us the horrific and twisted consequences of what could have been in our childhood stories.
They inspired us, excited us, and taught us little, simple lessons about life. Covering a broad scope of "say-what?! Old wisdom says you shouldn't judge a book by its cover … they clearly never saw these abominations of literature. In fact, I once came across a vintage copy of Mother Goose rhymes rummaging through the boxes at a flea market. And I wasn't exactly prepared for what I found inside its pages: rhyming, thinly-veiled stories of drowning kids , sexual assault and rape, even murder! If parents back in the early twentieth century weren't saving for college, I hope they were scrounging pennies for the inevitable lifetime of therapy bills.