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Whose Panties Are These?: More Misadventures from Funny Women on the Road (Travelers' Tales)by Jennifer L Leo
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Following on the heels of the successful Sand in My Bra and Other Misadventures: Funny Women Write from the Road comes another collection of hilarious travel stories by women. From America to Australia to everywhere in between, the true stories in Whose Panties are These? will have you shaking your head in disbelief and rolling in the aisles.
Escape to New York for the wax job of your life and "Blame It on Rio" with Cynthia Barnes
Fly with "Sex in the City" writer Cindy Chupack and "The Mile High and Dry Club" and be glad you werent there with her
Get on the "Case of the Date Post Mortem" with Colette OConnor and find out what really happened
Go "Knocking on Heavens Door" with Anne Lamott and discover why sometimes it helps to "get religion"
Try to put on weight with Wendy Soref in Senegal where "Small Butts" are an embarrassment to women and a turnoff to men
Take a sidekick to Vienna with Jessica Maxwell and see how the Austrians handle the "Cowboy Waltz"...and much more
The best travel stories often hatch when things go completely wrong, and this second title in a series of women's travel humor capitalizes on that phenomenon with more sidesplitting stories of female misadventure around the world. Readers laugh, cry, and commiserate with these women through their memorable mishaps such as gorging on Lebanese chicken to increase their breast size, battling tick paranoia in an Ozark campground, evading the demands of the Turkish mafia, getting even with a prank-fueled convention co-worker, and trolling for straight men in gay London. Showcasing every known type of travel blunder, botch, stumble, and bumble, these rollicking stories come from all reaches of the globe and are told from a quintessentially female point of view.
This second title in a series of women's travel humor reveals more sidesplitting stories of female misadventure around the world. Showcasing every known type of travel blunder, botch, stumble, and bumble, these rollicking stories come from all reaches of the globe.
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