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I Feel Bad About My Neck PDF by Nora Ephron

Download I Feel Bad About My Neck PDF: And Other Thoughts on Being a Woman by Nora Ephron published on 1st August 2006. Completely brave, wickedly clever, and out of the blue moving in its fact telling, I Feel Bad About My Neck is a book of wisdom, advice, and roar with laughter minutes, a scrumptious, irresistible treat.
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    About the Author:

    Nora Ephron is likewise the creator of Wallflower at the Orgy. She received Academy Award nominations for Best Original Screenplay for When Harry Met Sally…, Silkwood, and Sleepless in Seattle, which she additionally directed. Her different credits include the film Michael and the play Imaginary Friends. She lives in New York City with her better half, writer Nicholas Pileggi.

    Inside this book:

    I feel bad about my neck. Truly I do. If you saw my neck, you might feel bad about it too, but you’d probably be too polite to let on. If I said something to you on the subject—something like “I absolutely cannot stand my neck”—you’d undoubtedly respond by saying something nice, like “I don’t know what you’re talking about.” You’d be lying, of course, but I forgive you. I tell lies like that all the time—mostly to friends who tell me they’re upset because they have little pouches under their eyes or jowls, or wrinkles, or flab around the middle, and do I think they should have an eye job, or a face-lift, or Botox, or liposuction.
    My experience is that “I don’t know what you’re talking about” is code for “I see what you mean, but if you think you’re going to trap me into engaging on this subject, you’re crazy.” It’s dangerous to engage in such subjects, and we all know it. Because if I said, “Yes, I see exactly what you mean,” my friend might go out and have her eyes done, for instance, and it might not work, and she might end up being one of those people you read about in tabloids who ends up in court suing their plastic surgeons because they can never close their eyes again. Furthermore, and this is the point: It would be All My Fault.
    I am particularly sensitive to the All My Fault aspect of things since I have never forgiven one of my friends for telling me not to buy a perfectly good apartment on East Seventy-fifth Street in 1976. Sometimes I go out to lunch with my girlfriends—I got that far into the sentence and caught myself. I suppose I mean my women friends. We are no longer girls and have not been girls for forty years. Anyway, sometimes we go out to lunch and I look around the table and realize we’re all wearing turtleneck sweaters. Sometimes, instead, we’re all wearing scarves, like Katharine Hepburn in On Golden Pond.
    Sometimes we’re all wearing mandarin collars and look like a white ladies’ version of The Joy Luck Club. It’s sort of funny and it’s sort of sad because we’re not neurotic about age—none of us lies about how old she is, for instance, and none of us dresses in a way that’s inappropriate for our years. We all look good for our age. Except for our necks.

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    • Book Name: I Feel Bad About My Neck: And Other Thoughts on Being a Woman
    • Author: Nora Ephron
    • Language: English
    • Status: Available
    • Number of Pages: 101 Pages
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