Big Mushy Happy Lump by Sarah Andersen

By Sarah Andersen

Sarah's Scribbles,  Goodreads Choice Award for 2016:  Best photo Novels & Comics

Sarah Andersen's highly renowned, world-famous Sarah's Scribbles comics are for these people who boast bookstore-ready our bodies and Netflix-ready hair, who're continuously down for all-night reading-in-bed events and very specific after-hour one-person song festivals. 

In addition to the main recent Sarah's Scribbles fan favorites and dozens of all-new comics, this quantity comprises illustrated own essays on Sarah's real-life reviews with anxiousness, occupation, relationships and different maturity demanding situations that might remind readers of Allie Brosh's Hyperbole and a Half and Jenny Lawson's Let's faux This by no means Happened. an identical uniquely frank, actual, but funny and uplifting tone that makes Sarah's Scribbles so relatable blooms fantastically during this new longer shape.

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We would sit around the apartment chatting and she would sit with us, looking at us intently and listening. And I was surprised at how much she liked me! A cat had never liked me before. But Sadie actually spent most of her time trying to be near me. As the weeks went by, my affection for her grew. Seeing her just lying around in the sun was the cutest thing in the world to me. And just as she always tried to be near me, I always tried to be near her. She made me behave in strange ways. I had never understood the number of photographs people took of their cats.

We started using insane home remedies out of our desperation not to buy lethal traps. In one instance, we sprayed down the entire apartment with peppermint. We might as well have been doing this: As our mouse problem was increasing, a solution appeared. My mom had just adopted a kitten because her cat Jessie was depressed and needed company. To us, a kitten seemed like the perfect humane solution. Young kittens aren’t trained, experienced hunters yet. But maybe just having a cat’s scent in the apartment would scare mice away.

And being a connoisseur, I can’t take just any sweater. It needs to come from the right person. Consider an art thief. To him, what makes a painting worth stealing isn’t necessarily aesthetic beauty but the value that comes from its age, rarity, and, of course, association with a specific artist. The difference between the way an art thief sees a painting and the way I see a sweater is that no one but me recognizes a sweater’s true value. I’ll go even further and say that I have pretty good taste in sweaters, even better than many of the so-called old masters did in their art.

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