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5.0 out of 5 stars not for the easily offended, 9 Jan 2005
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This review is from: Stoned, Naked and Looking in My Neighbour's Window (Hardcover)
This is one of those books where you feel an urge to read excepts out loud to your friends rather than keeping it to yourself. It's a group of anonymous confessions about anything anyone might want to anonymously confess - some are sordid, some are disgusting, some are endearing. It is a frank and guileless glimpse of the human soul, heartrending and squeamishly comic in turns.
example: 'I go to holiday inns and switch the "do not disturb" things to say "please make up our room early" '

'In the Sims 2 I named a sim after a girl I liked, and tried to recreate her in the editor. Everything worked to scale but she looked horribly ugly. The next day I looked at her and realized she was indeed horribly ugly .'
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Stoned, Naked and Looking in My Neighbour's Window
Stoned, Naked and Looking in My Neighbour's Window by Gabriel Jeffrey (Hardcover - 1 Nov 2004)
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