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White Girl Problems by Babe Walker
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Jul 15, 2012

it was amazing
bookshelves: chick-lit, memoir, snark
Read from March 17 to 18, 2012


This was "laugh out loud" and "read specific lines aloud to anyone who'll listen" funny. As the title suggests, the main character is a narcissistic rich girl who really doesn't have many problems. It's supposed to be a memoir and is based on a Twitter feed by the same title. As I read, I kept Googling names and pictures and could find no matches. Events and dialogue became more outrageous, so I kept investigating. Don't think for one minute that I wasn't loving every delicious syllable of this book, though. Just after turning that last page, I came across this article that FINALLY answered my questions. Babe Walker is a fictional character invented by three friends!

Thank God! Now I don't have to hate myself for wanting to be her best friend. I love the book even more now.

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