Jill Kargman “Sometimes I Feel Like a Nut”

February 23rd, 2011

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Jill  Kargman

Let’s get one thing straight right at the top – despite the title of her book, “Sometimes I Feel Like a Nut,” Jill Kargman hates coconut. HATES it. She also dislikes – no, fears – clowns, mimes, and vans. And the curly-headed Nellie Oleson.

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Jill Kargman felt she was too young to write one of those full-on, thousand-page memoirs. But snippets, yes, that would work just fine. Snippets of her life. Her hellish first job out of college. Her bizarre affection for the aroma of gasoline. And the ravaging effects of motherhood on, well, her nether parts. Snippets it is, then, in her book “Somtimes I Feel Like a Nut.”

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  1. […] Jill Kargman “Sometimes I Feel Like a Nut” This memoir-in-snippets hilariously recounts Kargman’s life, from her hellish first job to her bizarre affection for the aroma of gasoline and the ravaging effects of motherhood on, well, her nether parts. […]

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