Real girl. Real attitude. Real funny.
The energetic, inspired first book of Mimi Smartypants, who has kept a cult online diary for the past three years. Mimi has bags of attitude and a brilliant observational style that's fun, fast and frivolous.
This is the real-life diary of a sassy, funny, straight-talking thirty-something Chicago girl who tells it like it is. Mimi first appeared on the hot internet site diaryland.com which hosts over 400,000 live diaries from - mostly girls - all over the world and has 800,000 registered users. Mimi became the most clicked diary and is now officially a web cult.
Mimi lives in Chicago with LT (husband - she was a child bride) cat (cat), Kat (friend, female, good for staying up late and getting into trouble in bars), travels the El (Elevated Railway), drinks beer (in bars) and occasionally dresses up in frilly dresses and makes like the undead at Neo's Goth nights (it's an affliction she's trying kick).
She is 30 years old (but looks younger), is 5ft 1 inch (but looks taller), weighs (never weighs herself . . . it says 127 on her drivers license). She's left handed (she cannot do anything with her right hand - except lift drinks at bars), she looks in other peoples medicine cabinets when the owner is not around, hates people saying ATM machine (since the "m" stands for machine already doh), has never had a cavity (weird) and likes penguins.
Most of all Mimi Smartypants gets it . . . and so do hundreds of thousands of her followers.