Sarah Andersen

Big Mushy Happy Lump



Sarah Andersen's hugely popular, world-famous Sarah's Scribbles comics are for those of us who boast bookstore-ready bodies and Netflix-ready hair, who are always down for all-night reading-in-bed parties and extremely exclusive after-hour one-person music festivals.
In addition to the most recent Sarah's Scribbles fan favorites and dozens of all-new comics, this volume contains illustrated personal essays on Sarah's real-life experiences with anxiety, career, relationships and other adulthood challenges that will remind readers of Allie Brosh's Hyperbole and a Half and Jenny Lawson's Let's Pretend This Never Happened. The same uniquely frank, real, yet humorous and uplifting tone that makes Sarah's Scribbles so relatable blooms beautifully in this new longer form.
142 printed pages

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Impressions

    Ana Silviashared an impression10 months ago
    👍Worth reading
    😄LOLZ
    🐼Fluffy

    Es muy divertido y tierno. La autora logra caricaturizar de manera cómica muchas inseguridades sociales y personales que padecen los adultos jóvenes (especialmente mujeres). Lo recomiendo mucho para alguien que busque una lectura divertida y ligera.

    Rachel Marshallshared an impression10 months ago
    😄LOLZ

    I love reading Sarah’s Scribbles. I find these comic strips to be relatable and funny - a wonderful comfort read for relaxing.

    Galuh Ginantishared an impressionlast year
    😄LOLZ

    omg I can't stop laughing

Quotes

    Yana Semourhas quoted3 years ago
    I also didn’t really understand what it was that cats did that made them so great. From what I gathered, they sat around the house and occasionally knocked things down. And people photographed their cats doing this. Oh boy, did they photograph.

    I always imagined that cats were the Paris Hiltons of the pet world: They didn’t quite deserve all the attention but they got it anyway
    Maria Somovahas quoted3 years ago
    I have a very quiet voice, even if it doesn’t sound so quiet in my head.
    Mica_73 shas quotedlast month
    When someone doesn’t like being social, many people will assume it’s because they don’t like people. But that’s not necessarily the case. I’m often eager to at least try to engage; it just doesn’t always work out

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