Skinny Women Are Evil

  • by Mo'Nique
  • Narrated by Mo'Nique
  • 1 hrs and 56 mins
  • Abridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

Comedienne Mo'Nique, the bold, classy, sitcom star, Queen of Comedy, and two-time NAACP Image Award winner is at it again. This time she proves once and for all that Skinny Women Are Evil. Mo'Nique shares her tales of frustration in a world designed for the skinny, and lets us in on the tricks and manipulation that finally led her to declare the truth about the real weight-challenged. From travel, exercise, and raising kids, to shopping, dining out, and sex, she tackles the everyday things that make life tough for Fabulous and Thick (F.A.T.) girls.
With Mo's handy Thin-O-Meter as a guide, you'll know immediately whether you're dealing with a skinny evil woman whose goal is to control and change the F.A.T., or a cool thin one who's big at heart. As Mo'Nique puts it, if after two bites of food she proclaims, "I'm stuffed," she's evil. If she asks if you're pregnant, and you're not, then chances are she's evil.
Whether you tip the scales at a puny 100 pounds, or weigh in at a voluptuous 225, Skinny Women Are Evil is filled with stories and observations only this comedy heavyweight can bring. So, sit back and get comfortable. After listening to Skinny Women Are Evil, you'll be singing the praises of FATTY girls, too!

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Most Helpful

Made me chuckle

Mo'Nique makes me laugh. This audiobook was light and a fun listen.
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- Beth

Wow, that was short.

Don't waste a credit on this book. Should've looked at how long it was. Was over before she went into much.

Mo'Nique does a fantastic job with the delivery.

As for the "story." There wasn't much. A few scenarios, but she brushes through them like a comedy sketch more than written out with thought and reflection. I was obese for most of my life and thought I could relate to a funny book about loving yourself. I really thought the title was poking fun at the idea of hating others because of their size. But nope, just a book about actually hating women who are smaller than she is. This book just seemed filled with bitterness that didn't come across as funny. Just came across as ignorant and insecure. She clearly doesn't look past her own lifestyle. And seems to have a very close minded opinion, which is ironic with her book title. Goes as far as to encourage name calling. Just seemed very immature.
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- Chansey

Book Details

  • Release Date: 02-26-2010
  • Publisher: Simon & Schuster Audio