An inside look at the life of Comedy’s Lovable Queen of Mean, Lisa Lampanelli, as she dishes on everything from relationships to food, fat, and. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of Chocolate, Please on Discogs. In reading this memoir, we get to know Lisa, and we watch her overcome Lisa Lampanelli – CHOCOLATE, PLEASE: My Adventures in Food, Fat, and Freaks.

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I couldn’t stand some of the things she talked about.

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Get a FREE e-book by joining our mailing list today! Read reviews that mention lisa lampanelli black men chocolate please queen of mean lovable queen insult comic howard stern fan of lisa made me laugh know lisa love lisa read this book please by lisa good book book was so very funny funny book get this book book and lusa lampanelli book comedy. She also is very sincerely appreciative of the radio ‘shock jocks’ who chocolte her a chance and boosted her career. There is a lot of terrific material here; funny, insightful, revealing.

I wasn’t sure if I was going to enjoy this book or not.

It might be easy for an unsophisticated listener to find racist views reinforced, rather than satirized, by Lampanelli’s book. It was a list of her “Rules to Live By” which were really, by her own admission, just her opinion on everything she could think of. There’s a problem loading this menu right now.

I already gave it to my co-worker to read who went with me to her concert. A good cgocolate for someone who knows Lampanelli’s work, but not recommended for people unfamiliar with her comedy style.


Chocolate, Please: My Adventures in Food, Fat, and Freaks

She does, however, talk a lot about her twat, so that’s always good for a laugh. I knew going into this book that the author is about as politically INcorrect as they come. If you’re looking for a politically correct book, this is not it! Barnum, but this book is totally scandalous! Trivia About Chocolate, Please Kindle Edition Verified Purchase. If you are a seller for this product, would you like to suggest updates through seller support? Start reading Chocolate, Please: Set up a giveaway.

If nothing in general offends you when it comes to humor, you will love this book.

But I do enjoy comedy writing and was in the market for some humorous mindless reading. For the most part I enjoyed her humor and like the snarky attitude and tone to the book.

;lease of her book reminds me, for example, of Chelsea Handler’s writing about dwarfs. In her jaw-droppingly hilarious and politically incorrect memoir, Lisa reveals all — including the dysfunctional childhood that made her the insult comic she is today, the subject for which she is best known black men, black men, and more black menand her hilarious struggles with her addiction to food and hot guys.

I loved the inside stories about the various roasts that she’s been a part of. The last chapter was a basic rant of pet peeves she has which I enjoyed reading. Lisa is not only funny but is a super nice woman I’ve had the pleasure of meeting more than once. Alexa ,ampanelli Analytics for the Web.

But where lesser comics use epithets as they’re lampaneelli, Lampanelli’s use of the language sends up everyone, especially the up-tight squares who can’t take a joke. Lines like, “I actually tried to spell-check ‘Shaniqua. On the downside, the book lacks structure and at times, substance, plus the black jokes get old by the end.


In particular, Lampanelli’s writing about her two stints in rehab is particularly moving. I started gaining more fame and coincidentally more weight. Jan 18, LauraTrev1 rated it it was ok.

Print edition purchase must be sold by Amazon. Chocolate, Please Unabridged Audio Download She is noted for her extremely racy and raunchy style of comedy, which frequently includes taboo subjects such as race and homosexuality.

Parts of this are crazy hilarious, other parts boring as hell–didn’t give a fuck about her high school years or what her favorite parts of being on celebrity roasts were. Ha ha ha ha, LL is one crazy bitch. Although I have never actually seen any of her shows, I loved this book and her politically incorrect humor. Boy, was I in for it. If you read it, you know what I mean.

Chocolate, Please is a side-splittingly funny portrait of the woman behind the award-winning insult comedy. So I pretty much thought it was a good read up until the last few chapters when she starts acknowledging her codependency on food and bad men and documents her rehab stints yes, plural to deal with these problems. Print edition must be purchased new and sold by Amazon.