Whose Panties Are These?: More Misadventures from Funny Women on the Road
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Whose Panties Are These?: More Misadventures from Funny Women on the Road


Following on the heels of the successful Sand in My Bra and Other Misadventures: Funny Women Write from the Road comes another collection of hilarious travel stories by women. From America to Australia to everywhere in between, the true stories in Whose Panties are These? will have you shaking your head in disbelief and rolling in the aisles.

• Escape to New York for the wax job of your life and "Blame It on Rio" with Cynthia Barnes
• Fly with "Sex in the City" writer Cindy Chupack and "The Mile High and Dry Club" and be glad you weren’t there with her
• Get on the "Case of the Date Post Mortem" with Colette O’Connor and find out what really happened
• Go "Knocking on Heaven’s Door" with Anne Lamott and discover why sometimes it helps to "get religion"
• Try to put on weight with Wendy Soref in Senegal where "Small Butts" are an embarrassment to women and a turnoff to men
• Take a sidekick to Vienna with Jessica Maxwell and see how the Austrians handle the "Cowboy Waltz"...and much more

Title:Whose Panties Are These?: More Misadventures from Funny Women on the Road
Edition Language:English
Format Type:Paperback
Number of Pages:232 pages

    Whose Panties Are These?: More Misadventures from Funny Women on the Road Reviews

  • Laura
    Feb 09, 2016

    I don't read a lot of short stories. And I was reminded as to why with this book. It always seems that some of the stories are amazing, some are ok, and others just fall flat. Whose Panties Are These?...

  • Nicole
    Dec 28, 2014

    A short collection of stories of female travelers, each chapter a different story relaying an experience that at the time was probably not quite as funny as the present retelling. More than just tales...

  • Jody
    Mar 06, 2008

    Being in a constant state of wanderlust, I always enjoy reading & listening to stories of travel. This book offers great short essays of a variety of "circumstances" encountered while travelling, and ...

  • Carol Brawn
    Oct 25, 2016

    Neither entertaining nor well-written. I only read halfway before abandoning it. Life's too short to read books like this....

  • Melissa
    Nov 02, 2011

    Ok, so the only reason I'm reading this book (and the 3rd one in the series) is because they were lent to me and I was told I have to read them. Otherwise, after the first book in this series, Sand in...

  • Michelle
    May 31, 2008

    Each chapter is from a different author who shares a personal story of unlikely happenings or personal revelations during travel. With a title describing "misadventures from funny women" I expected a ...

  • Christina
    May 18, 2013

    Collection of short, light-hearted travel stories by women. All the stories were pretty much equally average, though there was some interesting insight into other cultures. Some of the bios read more ...

  • Karen Germain
    Dec 18, 2007

    I learned my lesson...it's really isn't a good idea to judge a book by it's cover. I saw this book many times, before purchasing it and finally just had to get it, because the picture on the cover mad...

  • Sarah
    Sep 10, 2010

    I more than "didn't like" this book; this book is so horrible that I actually ripped it half, down the spine. Books are sacred to me, so that is a radical action, believe me. This book was so obnoxiou...

  • Sarah
    Mar 13, 2009

    eh, an OK book if you want a mindless read. Another short story book all about travel misadventures around the world. (they are not all about underwear, but some are) Some of them were funny, but thos...