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Delivered with Joan's signature sense of humour, this is a no-nonsense, common-sense, 'can-we-talk' guide to the ins and outs of such increasingly common beauty procedures as botox injections, chemical peels, microdermabrasion, liposuction, rhinoplasty, eye lifts, breast augmentation and much more. Delivered with Joan's signature sense of humour, this is a no-nonsense, common-sense, 'can-we-talk' guide to the ins and outs of such increasingly common beauty procedures as botox injections, chemical peels, microdermabrasion, liposuction, rhinoplasty, eye lifts, breast augmentation and much more.


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Delivered with Joan's signature sense of humour, this is a no-nonsense, common-sense, 'can-we-talk' guide to the ins and outs of such increasingly common beauty procedures as botox injections, chemical peels, microdermabrasion, liposuction, rhinoplasty, eye lifts, breast augmentation and much more. Delivered with Joan's signature sense of humour, this is a no-nonsense, common-sense, 'can-we-talk' guide to the ins and outs of such increasingly common beauty procedures as botox injections, chemical peels, microdermabrasion, liposuction, rhinoplasty, eye lifts, breast augmentation and much more.

30 review for Men are Stupid...and They Like Big Boobs: A Woman's Guide to Beauty Through Plastic Surgery

  1. 4 out of 5

    Connie Kuntz

    I feel breathless, scared and thoroughly grossed out from reading this book. By now you've no doubt heard about teenage girls who cut themselves? In a way, this is also a book about cutting, except this time it is a grandmother who is doing it and recommending it to the tune of thousands of dollars and thousands of days spent recuperating from the surgeries, all of which have a risk of death. I picked up this book from the library because I thought it was going to be funny and lighthearted. It i I feel breathless, scared and thoroughly grossed out from reading this book. By now you've no doubt heard about teenage girls who cut themselves? In a way, this is also a book about cutting, except this time it is a grandmother who is doing it and recommending it to the tune of thousands of dollars and thousands of days spent recuperating from the surgeries, all of which have a risk of death. I picked up this book from the library because I thought it was going to be funny and lighthearted. It is not. Joan Rivers and her cowriter and (probably) ghostwriter encourage all women to get plastic surgery. The spirit of the book feels mean, desperate and insulting, rather than uplifting and inspiring. I had no idea Joan Rivers was such an advocate for plastic surgery. I knew she did some red carpet thing with her daughter and that she had been on The Apprentice, but I haven't really seen her since she hosted The Tonight Show. Until this book I thought she was an admirable woman who succeeded in comedy by overcoming personal demons and sticking up for what she believed. I thought this was going to be a book about her inner strength and I have always been curious how she coped with the suicide of her husband and from being fired from The Tonight Show. There is no insight into either of those realms. In this book, Rivers reveals herself to be an insult-comic with a sick obsession with unrealistic and unhealthy standards of beauty. I feel sorry for her that her life is largely spent having and healing from plastic surgeries that are all done in the name of "beauty." I am glad I read this book because it is the first time I have ever read a book by someone who truly only cares about her looks and seems incapable of judging someone by anything other than her looks. I have heard that these people exist, but this is the first time I have read someone admit to it so wholeheartedly. Do I recommend this book? I do. I recommend every book because there is always something to learn and in spite of the way I feel about this topic, I also know Joan Rivers is a successful businesswoman who is much smarter than I ever will be.

  2. 4 out of 5

    Anna Kļaviņa

    I blame my boyfriend who looks for the worst nonfiction books he can find and brings them home. That's his hobby- to read bad books. And that's the reason why I ended reading this book. I don't know who is this woman and because of that I'm not her fan or hater. In this book Rivers tells about her plastic surgeries and makes excuses why she has done it but mostly she gives advices about plastic surgeries. I don't think it is a shameful thing to consider/do a plastic surgery, but ,honey, don't bl I blame my boyfriend who looks for the worst nonfiction books he can find and brings them home. That's his hobby- to read bad books. And that's the reason why I ended reading this book. I don't know who is this woman and because of that I'm not her fan or hater. In this book Rivers tells about her plastic surgeries and makes excuses why she has done it but mostly she gives advices about plastic surgeries. I don't think it is a shameful thing to consider/do a plastic surgery, but ,honey, don't blame men and don't tell me that Rivers or any other person that has too much plastic surgeries looks great, because that's rubbish! Here is a link http://www.newsday.com/entertainment/... that first come up when I googled plastic surgeries gone wrong. And these are only pictures of celebrities (Rivers included) whose operations are not gone terribly wrong they are not left disabled, disfigured or dead. Rivers ties to be funny in this book however to me she sounds as a bitter woman who has a low self esteem and that makes this book depressing. In my opinion, Rivers is a victim of our society that is afraid to age and demands, especially, from the women to look "perfect". However it doesn't excuse her of being sexist and narrow minded. The only good thing, is that I learned from this book, that the most important is how the person feels about themselves if they don't like themselves even 700+ cosmetic surgeries wouldn't be able to make the person happy.

  3. 4 out of 5

    Jane Turner

    For Joan Rivers, plastic surgery is revenge. In one of the best documentaries of 2010, Joan Rivers: A Piece of Work, we’re given access to a woman who seems to say, “I need you to love me, but I hate you for my neediness.” It makes her compelling and repelling, although it doesn’t explain how she can call her daughter the C-word in a joke. Perhaps the answer is in her book, Men Are Stupid…And They Lke Big Boobs. Unfortunately, the library’s only copy came with LARGE PRINT, so my eyes dilated the e For Joan Rivers, plastic surgery is revenge. In one of the best documentaries of 2010, Joan Rivers: A Piece of Work, we’re given access to a woman who seems to say, “I need you to love me, but I hate you for my neediness.” It makes her compelling and repelling, although it doesn’t explain how she can call her daughter the C-word in a joke. Perhaps the answer is in her book, Men Are Stupid…And They Lke Big Boobs. Unfortunately, the library’s only copy came with LARGE PRINT, so my eyes dilated the entire time I skimmed the book, and not just while reading about boob job complications. Having worked in a plastic surgeon’s office, I found Joan’s medical info to be accurate. The only thing I would add is that it is nearly impossible to find a good plastic surgeon. They all have weaknesses, and they aren’t going to tell you what they are. Those glowing Yelp reviews are probably written by their staff (duh) and spouse. It takes 10,000 hours to be good at something, but they may have done that lipo procedure only 10 times. Anyway, there was no Joan in the book, and that points out her life’s mission: She wants to be needed, to be an instructional guide on how to say what you really think, and look how you really should have been naturally. By exposing all of her falsenss, Joan absolves her guilt and can live extravagantly, but she can’t help herself – she’s riddled with anger at every injustice and stupidity. Like men and their obsession for boobs. Joan is mistaken. Living well is not the best revenge; living happy is. And when she’s with her daughter in the movie, there’s little happiness. An anger rises off Joan that her daughter is smoking and not preserving her looks, and all of Joan’s hard work might have been a waste. Just like her marriage to Edgar, the man who committed suicide and left her with debts. Just like her play that wasn’t a hit, and her sterile acting career. All that effort, for what…..it’s not just men who are stupid.

  4. 4 out of 5

    Pam

    In the past few years, I've grown very fond of Joan Rivers. She's absolutely hysterical and works really hard to be where she is at. So, I couldn't help myself but buy her book. It was different than what I thought. It's actually more on the serious side than humor. She goes through every kind of plastic surgery from minor to major. She is an advocate of being open about the surgeries you've had. She thinks you shouldn't hide it and be proud of it. And that it's important to be realistic about t In the past few years, I've grown very fond of Joan Rivers. She's absolutely hysterical and works really hard to be where she is at. So, I couldn't help myself but buy her book. It was different than what I thought. It's actually more on the serious side than humor. She goes through every kind of plastic surgery from minor to major. She is an advocate of being open about the surgeries you've had. She thinks you shouldn't hide it and be proud of it. And that it's important to be realistic about the outcome. She is very thorough and gives the positives/negatives for each kind of surgery. If you are even barely contemplating some sort of plastic surgery, this is a great reference book. She talks in a language that everyone can understand. She encourages doing your due diligence when it comes to a doctor -- do your research and be picky. I was surprised that I enjoyed the book and I am definitely more informed now.

  5. 5 out of 5

    Summer

    I thought this book was just going to be jokes but I actually learned a lot about plastic surgery. How weird!

  6. 4 out of 5

    Amy "the book-bat"

    If you want to learn more about plastic surgery, this book id for you. If you are looking for humor, there is some, but it is plastic surgery related. Interesting, but sometimes repetitive

  7. 5 out of 5

    Reader

    Co-written with a cosmetic surgeon, this book should be the Bible for anyone considering professional assistance in looking better or younger. This is NOT limited to plastic surgery but covers peels, lasers, injectables and other appearance enhancers. The book is divided into body sections and then discusses the least radical fix, moving to the most radical. The standard format - what the procedure is for, how much it will cost, etc., - is very easy to follow. I particularly appreciate the sectio Co-written with a cosmetic surgeon, this book should be the Bible for anyone considering professional assistance in looking better or younger. This is NOT limited to plastic surgery but covers peels, lasers, injectables and other appearance enhancers. The book is divided into body sections and then discusses the least radical fix, moving to the most radical. The standard format - what the procedure is for, how much it will cost, etc., - is very easy to follow. I particularly appreciate the sections that tell you how much it will hurt.

  8. 5 out of 5

    Terri Palermo

    I'm not one for plastic surgery really....heck, I don't even wear makeup. I'm kind of a "what you see is what you get" kinda girl. This book really surprised me. I was never a fan of Joan Rivers but I gotta say I really like the way she put this book together. Under a very funny layer of humor is some straight-forward, serious advice and facts about every kind of plastic surgery available. An interesting and illuminating read even for those who would never consider plastic surgery. I'm not one for plastic surgery really....heck, I don't even wear makeup. I'm kind of a "what you see is what you get" kinda girl. This book really surprised me. I was never a fan of Joan Rivers but I gotta say I really like the way she put this book together. Under a very funny layer of humor is some straight-forward, serious advice and facts about every kind of plastic surgery available. An interesting and illuminating read even for those who would never consider plastic surgery.

  9. 4 out of 5

    Christine

    If you're curious to what Joan's had done--how many times--and when--then her primer on plastic surgery is for you. Also, if you'd like to convince someone NOT to go under the knife, she provides good reasons not to do so, as well as gruesome descriptions of all the gory details. Wonder what some of your favorite stars had done? Find it on these pages. Since I found this book at the thrift store, my curiosity about Joan was satisfied for a small price! If you're curious to what Joan's had done--how many times--and when--then her primer on plastic surgery is for you. Also, if you'd like to convince someone NOT to go under the knife, she provides good reasons not to do so, as well as gruesome descriptions of all the gory details. Wonder what some of your favorite stars had done? Find it on these pages. Since I found this book at the thrift store, my curiosity about Joan was satisfied for a small price!

  10. 4 out of 5

    Hani Aqil

    Shallow, cynical and sad. I’m not one to shame women for how they cope with unforgiving beauty standards under capitalism and patriarchy, but as soon as you start becoming an active enforcer of these standards, I have no sympathy. You can’t go a single chapter without random jabs at other female celebrities and Rivers encouraging literal children to get surgery. Rivers’ obsession with surgery borders on delusional. She says things like “surgery levels the playing field” (if anything it makes it Shallow, cynical and sad. I’m not one to shame women for how they cope with unforgiving beauty standards under capitalism and patriarchy, but as soon as you start becoming an active enforcer of these standards, I have no sympathy. You can’t go a single chapter without random jabs at other female celebrities and Rivers encouraging literal children to get surgery. Rivers’ obsession with surgery borders on delusional. She says things like “surgery levels the playing field” (if anything it makes it even more uneven since only the wealthy can afford it…) and “your waist to hip ratio indicates how healthy and happy you are”. She drones on and on about what is and is not appealing to men despite claiming that you should undergo plastic surgery for yourself and not men, at the very beginning of the book. The chapter on a “petite, slim” nose being ideal slapped me in the face as a South Asian person and spontaneously reactivated all my physical insecurities. Also worth mentioning is the casual racism peppered throughout this text. I’m starting to think she’s good enough to go competitive. Oh yeah, and she drops the slur for lesbians, just out of nowhere as if she was making sure she checked off all the various forms of bigotry. If there is one redeeming quality this book has, is that it’s at least informative. I enjoyed reading about the ins and outs of each procedure. That being said, all this effectively does perpetuate the notion that women are unsightly without cosmetics and surgery; that women who are “ugly” are worthless; that outer beauty is a virtue in itself. It preys on the insecurities of women to line the pockets of the parasitic beauty industry without a second thought. Nobody should read this book.

  11. 4 out of 5

    Catty K

    I expected more jokes about men and relationships, instead this was an in-depth list of all the procedures people get to improve their appearance. Joan took great care discussing the severity of procedures, and really cares about people finding a doctor with the right credentials and the procedure that best suits them. At the same time, this was nuts. She emphasizes death is a possible result of some procedures which gave me some pause, but she shows the extremes that people go to to get the res I expected more jokes about men and relationships, instead this was an in-depth list of all the procedures people get to improve their appearance. Joan took great care discussing the severity of procedures, and really cares about people finding a doctor with the right credentials and the procedure that best suits them. At the same time, this was nuts. She emphasizes death is a possible result of some procedures which gave me some pause, but she shows the extremes that people go to to get the results they want, often in graphic detail.🤮

  12. 5 out of 5

    Mikki Paterson

    Loved every page. Ms Rivers is possibly the best comic the world has seen... Factual too, great research and advice. I also share her "no filter, foot in mouth" , humour. Miss you, Ms River's ❤️ Ms Rivers is possibly the best comic the world has seen... Factual too, great research and advice. I also share her "no filter, foot in mouth" , humour. Miss you, Ms River's ❤️ Loved every page. Ms Rivers is possibly the best comic the world has seen... Factual too, great research and advice. I also share her "no filter, foot in mouth" , humour. Miss you, Ms River's ❤️ Ms Rivers is possibly the best comic the world has seen... Factual too, great research and advice. I also share her "no filter, foot in mouth" , humour. Miss you, Ms River's ❤️

  13. 5 out of 5

    Jenelle

    Loved Joan Rivers humor, but I can't hardly believe she went through all those surgeries...Big NO NO for me. The book was very edifying and convinced me "I would rather just be me". God Rest Her Soul, such a tragedy and loss, there is not enough laughter in this world, she gave much. Loved Joan Rivers humor, but I can't hardly believe she went through all those surgeries...Big NO NO for me. The book was very edifying and convinced me "I would rather just be me". God Rest Her Soul, such a tragedy and loss, there is not enough laughter in this world, she gave much.

  14. 4 out of 5

    Pat

    Finally got around to reading this. Joan has her classic funny lines, but sad to read about her experiences with cosmetic surgeries after losing her.

  15. 5 out of 5

    Emma Stevens

    Interesting and kinda funny. I didn't know anything about plastic surgery, kinda cool to hear how the procedures are done. I wouldn't necessarily suggest it though. Interesting and kinda funny. I didn't know anything about plastic surgery, kinda cool to hear how the procedures are done. I wouldn't necessarily suggest it though.

  16. 5 out of 5

    Alexandra Chiaramonti

    Not at all what I expected. It’s really a cosmetic surgery guidebook but she’s still funny and you learn some stuff!

  17. 5 out of 5

    Julie

    I don't remember if I liked this. I don't remember if I liked this.

  18. 5 out of 5

    Sarah Hoppes

    I got this book on kindle because "Enter Talking" wasn't available. It had a different cover, so I had no clue it's basically a plastic surgery how-to. I hated this book so much, but I read the whole thing anyway. It's broken into the different parts of the body you could have surgically altered, with all the reasons you would want to do so (mostly to land a man, and because no one takes ugly women seriously), and all the grisly detail on how the operations are done. There is zero acknowledgemen I got this book on kindle because "Enter Talking" wasn't available. It had a different cover, so I had no clue it's basically a plastic surgery how-to. I hated this book so much, but I read the whole thing anyway. It's broken into the different parts of the body you could have surgically altered, with all the reasons you would want to do so (mostly to land a man, and because no one takes ugly women seriously), and all the grisly detail on how the operations are done. There is zero acknowledgement that plastic surgery isn't for everyone, or even that her fascination with plastic surgery might have gone a bit too far. If you're considering going under the knife, this is actually a good resource. She tells you everything (more than I ever wanted to know!) about plastic surgery: how it's done, how long each procedure lasts, what it costs, recovery time, and how to vet potential doctors before making a selection. Even though I HATED the message behind it, I still have to admit Joan has a great sense of rhythm and snappy word choice. Case in point: "You could be the first woman astronaut, a professor at Harvard, a mother of ten, or the czarina of good deeds for the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation, but visible acne scars, broken capillaries, age spots, and blemishes will make you look like a syphilitic prostitute from pre-revolution Paris." If you're thinking of reading this book because you appreciate Joan Rivers as the comedy pioneer she was, you'd be much better of just watching "Piece of Work" and skipping this book altogether.

  19. 5 out of 5

    Julie

    I picked this up in a used book store because I saw Joan Rivers and thought it would be good for a laugh. After getting home I realized it was about plastic surgery which didn't really interest me so it's been sitting on a shelf for ages. I have to say I'm glad I decided to finally read it. It has all of Rivers' trademark humor and talked about types of plastic surgery that I didn't even know existed. I found it interesting. More than just humor, it appears to be really well-researched and for p I picked this up in a used book store because I saw Joan Rivers and thought it would be good for a laugh. After getting home I realized it was about plastic surgery which didn't really interest me so it's been sitting on a shelf for ages. I have to say I'm glad I decided to finally read it. It has all of Rivers' trademark humor and talked about types of plastic surgery that I didn't even know existed. I found it interesting. More than just humor, it appears to be really well-researched and for people considering plastic surgery I think it could be helpful even if it is a few years old. She goes in to great detail in some of the procedures so it isn't for the queasy...or you can just skip those parts. Also, it is Joan Rivers so it's not politically correct. People are made fun of and there's lots of talk about issues relating to sex - the name of the book should make that pretty obvious.

  20. 5 out of 5

    Michelle

    Different from what I expected...I thought it was going to be a ride of constant laughs. Aside from the typical snarky joke from Joan, it was basically an encyclopedia for plastic surgery options. I am not interested in having plastic surgery done, but I found myself enlightened when learning about all of the procedures, methods, and even the botched jobs done on celebs. Joan has such a delicate way of sharing that last bit with you. Ha! I never knew how many ways you can get a butt lift or face Different from what I expected...I thought it was going to be a ride of constant laughs. Aside from the typical snarky joke from Joan, it was basically an encyclopedia for plastic surgery options. I am not interested in having plastic surgery done, but I found myself enlightened when learning about all of the procedures, methods, and even the botched jobs done on celebs. Joan has such a delicate way of sharing that last bit with you. Ha! I never knew how many ways you can get a butt lift or face lift! There were some very funny parts like the butt, boob, and vagina theories. So even though I am not into plastic surgery, I hereby declare myself a plastic surgery guru after listening to this one. Go figure!

  21. 4 out of 5

    Stefanie

    I got this audiobook from the library because in the wake of Joan Rivers's death, I wanted to hear her voice. I'm probably the least likely person ever to have plastic surgery because (sorry world!) I really don't care enough about my appearance to ever go under the knife, get injected with things, etc. The book is certainly filled with candid and in-depth (no pun intended) information about plastic surgery, and I learned a lot. Rivers does not hold back on the detail, although she is encouragin I got this audiobook from the library because in the wake of Joan Rivers's death, I wanted to hear her voice. I'm probably the least likely person ever to have plastic surgery because (sorry world!) I really don't care enough about my appearance to ever go under the knife, get injected with things, etc. The book is certainly filled with candid and in-depth (no pun intended) information about plastic surgery, and I learned a lot. Rivers does not hold back on the detail, although she is encouraging. It's eerie to hear her say, over and over again, that a possible result of surgery (i.e., the kinds of procedures involving general anesthesia) could be death.

  22. 5 out of 5

    Mrs. Tongate

    Enjoyed hearing Joan's voice as I read. I'm not going to be doing any of the surgeries on a teacher budget, but now I'm more informed and sick to my stomach! Who knew some of these procedures even existed! No wonder my friends in CA look different from folks in Burnside, Ky! If you ever decide to go under the knife, read this book. "I'll say it 50 times: from cars to shoes to surgeons, you get what you pay for. If you go for the bargain, you might have to have a 2nd or 3rd surgery to fix the orig Enjoyed hearing Joan's voice as I read. I'm not going to be doing any of the surgeries on a teacher budget, but now I'm more informed and sick to my stomach! Who knew some of these procedures even existed! No wonder my friends in CA look different from folks in Burnside, Ky! If you ever decide to go under the knife, read this book. "I'll say it 50 times: from cars to shoes to surgeons, you get what you pay for. If you go for the bargain, you might have to have a 2nd or 3rd surgery to fix the original mistakes, and that could cost more than if you paid the higher sum in the first place." No moisture=dryness Dryness=wrinkles

  23. 4 out of 5

    Christine Noel

    I first became a fan of Joan Rivers back in high school, when she and her daughter hosted the Red Carpet Fashion Review on E! and she talked a lot about her shriveled up vagina. I've always found Joan to be hilarious, but this book reveals another side of her: one that is impossibly fragile, lonely, and wrought with feelings of worthlessness. Read this book because it is interesting and insightful; I can't imagine why anyone would take advice on altering one's physical appearance from a person w I first became a fan of Joan Rivers back in high school, when she and her daughter hosted the Red Carpet Fashion Review on E! and she talked a lot about her shriveled up vagina. I've always found Joan to be hilarious, but this book reveals another side of her: one that is impossibly fragile, lonely, and wrought with feelings of worthlessness. Read this book because it is interesting and insightful; I can't imagine why anyone would take advice on altering one's physical appearance from a person whose face we picture when hearing the words "bad plastic surgery."

  24. 5 out of 5

    Andie Treitschke

    This book is awesome. I do not know why people hate it. If you want to know more about plastic surgery it's the way to go..everything said by the person who had many many many procedures. Of course it's not a medical guide. It does not force you to have any kind of surgeries. Hey! it even says it's sometimes dangerous and risky to your life if performed incorrectly or by someone who should treat your uterus not the face... all with typical JR humour .. I really enjoyed it few years ago ... 5/5 This book is awesome. I do not know why people hate it. If you want to know more about plastic surgery it's the way to go..everything said by the person who had many many many procedures. Of course it's not a medical guide. It does not force you to have any kind of surgeries. Hey! it even says it's sometimes dangerous and risky to your life if performed incorrectly or by someone who should treat your uterus not the face... all with typical JR humour .. I really enjoyed it few years ago ... 5/5

  25. 4 out of 5

    Steven Milian

    I listened to this on audio and would listen to Joan read anything. Unfortunately I didn't realize this was truly about detailed advice and info about plastic surgery options and surgeries. It's well written and very informative, very descriptive. So not my cup of tea but I enjoyed Joan reading it to me. I would not have read it in book form tho. I listened to this on audio and would listen to Joan read anything. Unfortunately I didn't realize this was truly about detailed advice and info about plastic surgery options and surgeries. It's well written and very informative, very descriptive. So not my cup of tea but I enjoyed Joan reading it to me. I would not have read it in book form tho.

  26. 5 out of 5

    georgia

    2009 304 pages a primer for anyone wanting anything done to them self with directions for doctor questions, costs, and a variety of ways to make the change happen. She does have some humor, mainly at her self, names names of people who have plastic enhancements and pokes fun at everyone. 2 -1/2 actually. not into plastic surgery as detailed as this book was

  27. 4 out of 5

    Connie Pollock

    I was hoping for more humor. Didn't expect it to be informative? Wow, makes a person go ick, ick, ick about what goes on with plastic surgery. I think I'll stick to my old lady face lotions! Sort of eery reading about Joan suggesting that people research their doctors in light of what's happened. Oh, Joan, how I miss you, you crazy old bat :( I was hoping for more humor. Didn't expect it to be informative? Wow, makes a person go ick, ick, ick about what goes on with plastic surgery. I think I'll stick to my old lady face lotions! Sort of eery reading about Joan suggesting that people research their doctors in light of what's happened. Oh, Joan, how I miss you, you crazy old bat :(

  28. 4 out of 5

    Jasmine Langdon

    I'm not an advocate of plastic surgery so this book took me over 2 months to read. I liked it nevertheless. Joan Rivers makes it a funny and informative read. I'm still never getting surgery! Joan talks about non surgical procedures too. It's very descriptive. The things we do for men! Oh ok for ourselves too! I'm not an advocate of plastic surgery so this book took me over 2 months to read. I liked it nevertheless. Joan Rivers makes it a funny and informative read. I'm still never getting surgery! Joan talks about non surgical procedures too. It's very descriptive. The things we do for men! Oh ok for ourselves too!

  29. 5 out of 5

    Sarah

    i picked this up because i liked the title, and i like valerie frankel who co-wrote it, but i really have no interest in plastic surgery (at least presently) but if you do, this is informative. it's also funny and truthful and gives you all kinds of options if you like knives! i picked this up because i liked the title, and i like valerie frankel who co-wrote it, but i really have no interest in plastic surgery (at least presently) but if you do, this is informative. it's also funny and truthful and gives you all kinds of options if you like knives!

  30. 5 out of 5

    Donna

    This was truly about the different plastic surgeries and how it’s done. It was darn funny AND informative. Only Joan Rivers could make a topic like this interesting and amusing. She did it so well I started thinking what I’d fix. That is if had I the money.

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