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The Greatest Love Story Ever Told
The Greatest Love Story Ever Told: An Oral History | Nick Offerman, Megan Mullally
At last, the full story behind Megan Mullally and Nick Offerman's epic romance, including stories, portraits, and the occasional puzzle, all telling the smoldering tale that has fascinated Hollywood for over a decade. The year: 2000. The setting: Los Angeles. A gorgeous virtuoso of an actress had agreed to star in a random play, and a basement-dwelling scenic carpenter had said he would assay a supporting role in the selfsame pageant. At the first rehearsal, she surveyed her fellow cast members, as one does, determining if any of the men might qualify to provide her with a satisfying fling. Her gaze fell upon the carpenter, and like a bolt of lightning, the thought struck her: No dice. Moving on. Yet, unbeknownst to our protagonists, Cupid had merely set down his bow and picked up a rocket launcher. Then fired a love rocket (not a euphemism). The players were Megan Mullally and Nick Offerman, and the resulting romance, once it ignited, was . . . epic. Beyond epic. It resulted in a coupling that has endured to this day; a sizzling, perpetual tryst that has captivated the world with its kindness, athleticism, astonishingly low-brow humor, and true (fire emoji) passion. How did they do it? They came from completely different families, endured a significant age difference, and were separated by the gulf of several social strata. Megan loved books and art history; Nick loved hammers. But much more than these seemingly unsurpassable obstacles were the values they held in common: respect, decency, the ability to mention genitalia in almost any context, and an abiding obsession with the songs of Tom Waits. Eighteen years later, they're still very much in love, and have finally decided to reveal the philosophical mountains they have conquered, the lessons they've learned, and the myriad jigsaw puzzles they've completed, in a book. Featuring anecdotes, hijinks, interviews, photos, and a veritable grab bag of tomfoolery, this is not only the intoxicating book that Mullally's and Offerman's fans have been waiting for, it might just hold the solution to the greatest threat facing our modern world: the single life.
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5feet.of.fury This one was fun! I love them. 2mo
Twainy The audiobook is hillllllarious!!! They are SO cute together. 2mo
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Skyrimir
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Honestly, same, hahaha!

Megabooks 😂👏🏻👏🏻 5mo
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DieAReader
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KristenDuck
Greatest Love Story Ever Told: An Oral History | Nick Offerman, Megan Mullally
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I love Nick and Megan Offerman, and parts of this book made me laugh out loud. They really do love each other and THAT is what makes the book magical.

I‘m also a fan of both of their voices so audiobook is the way to go.

I was surprised how much I could relate to Megan and how similar we are in certain ways!

Could have done without the narration of what each picture looked like in the paperback copy, and was not a fan of the fashion talks tho.

5feet.of.fury I loved the way they play off eachother so much. I agree tho, could have done without the image descriptions 9mo
Twainy I loved this audiobook! I had no idea she was so much older than him. They seem perfectly matched. 9mo
Scochrane26 The audio is the best way to read this, I think. I did go back & look at the pics from a physical book at my library. 9mo
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5feet.of.fury
Greatest Love Story Ever Told: An Oral History | Nick Offerman, Megan Mullally
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#CoupleGoals #audiobooking This book features advice on making it work in Hollywood/with a significant age difference/for 2 busy working people, chronically working together on set, their family lives, being dog parents and why Nick Offerman will never wear flip flops. Performance was hilarious and you can hear the love and affection through the sarcasm and dirty jokes. Recommended for fans of either (if you don‘t mind the hotdog jokes)

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5feet.of.fury
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About 2 hours 30 minutes in, this book is absolutely hilarious. I Recommend consuming this as an audiobook because it‘s like listening to a ridiculously hilarious, very long, conversation between comedy‘s It Couple.

Highlights include Nick referring to himself as Mr Mullally and both talking about getting their big breaks in their 30s.

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sb3626
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Excited to get started on this one! I love them both from Parks and Recreation.

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Kris10H
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Mehso-so

My Rating: 2.5/5 (Audiobook)
I was looking forward to this one, and I wanted to love it so bad... but I found it just meh. I love Mullally and Offerman, and they seem really good together, but I found a lot of the book really redundant. It also seemed quite disorganized, and more 'train of thought' than planned out. I wasn't sure if the style was autobiographical, relationship advice, or podcast. Maybe all, but it just didn't work well together.

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mandarchy
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I never listen to audio books, I suppose the illustrations are visible if you use a phone or a Kindle? I love the illustrations in this book. I need to make space for puzzles now... #lifegoals. And maybe get another dog. Ironically not a life partner.

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mandarchy
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I'm so oblivious that I only started watching parks and rec in the last year. I did not know that they were a couple. When I read, I ask the Dot to play artists mentioned. Apparently I've never listened to Beck. That took me back to the 90s which I learned is vintage already. Right now I'm in first grade listening to Glen Campbell. So much fun to read, but I imagine it's a better audio book, except you'd miss the music...

Prairiegirl_reading The audio is great! 🤣 11mo
mandarchy @Prairiegirl_reading I bet. I can't concentrate on audio books so I never get then, but I bet I could concentrate on these two. 11mo
Prairiegirl_reading His voice is so soothing and they are both hilarious. 😄 11mo
Zoe-h Parks and Rec is such a good show! 11mo
mandarchy @Zoe-h I know! I only started watching it this year. It's hysterical. I don't have regular TV. 11mo
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KatieDid927
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Thank you thank you for the super fun #BookCupidSwap @Alfrazier21 !! I love it! The book is such a cute choice for today too. I love them both. Thanks again for making this single gal feel special today! And thanks to @candority for hosting! 💘

candority Wow! 😍 Happy Valentine‘s Day! 💘 11mo
Alfrazier21 I‘m so glad you liked it!! Happy Valentine‘s Day! 💜 11mo
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wanderinglynn
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Book 1 for #fabulousfebruary done! Plus I finished the 500-piece “Souper Hard,” which is a double-sided puzzle with the image rotated 90° on the flip side. Thanks @Chrissyreadit for sending me this souper fun puzzle! ??

My Valentine‘s Day book pick, I enjoyed listening to Megan & Nick and hearing about their story. And a happy coincidence that I was #audiopuzzling as they too like to listen to audiobooks whilst doing jigsaw puzzles. ???

Twainy I also liked this book. They‘re funny. 11mo
tpixie @wanderinglynn @Chrissyreadit such an interesting puzzle! 11mo
Chrissyreadit @tpixie it is really hard to figure out a puzzle Lynn does not have- and might still find fun- I saw this and crossed my fingers it would work 11mo
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Chrissyreadit Lynn Im glad you enjoyed it! And that it paired nicely with your audio booking 😘 11mo
Andrew65 Well done 👏👏👏 11mo
mandarchy Happy ❤Valentine's❤ day. I just saw this post and got inspired, found The Greatest Love Story Every Told at my library and sent it to my Kindle. 11mo
wanderinglynn @mandarchy 🙌🏻 I hope you enjoy it! 11mo
tpixie @Chrissyreadit looks like it was a winner! 11mo
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Kaarin
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Mehso-so

I listened to this as an audiobook, which is probably the way to go. You get to hear Offerman & Mullally react to each other & laugh, which is a pleasure. They come across as kind, normal people who love each other & happen to have cool jobs. I wish that instead of this being a relationship book they would have written about the creative process - both together & as individuals.

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Eggs
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OriginalCyn620 📚😐📚 1y
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Bookworm54
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Mehso-so

I think Nick and Megan are a great couple.

I enjoyed the back and forth between the two of them in audio (though I am unsure how this would work in written format). They are truly passionate about their work and each other. I love that they have a rule where they can‘t go longer than 2 weeks without seeing each other. And that they are home bodies and just want to read, woodwork, and puzzle to audiobooks (which they then act out). ⬇️

Bookworm54 While I love them as people, I just felt it was a bit disjointed in places and didn‘t really delve as much into the relationship as I expected (in a what makes them work, early days together sort of way). I also found I preferred the one person sections at the ends of chapters as they just seemed to flow better.

I also wasn‘t a huge fan of the many sexual innuendos, though that is just a preference on my part.
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Bookworm54
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Started this one on audible today on my commute in to work.
They are a super cute couple and I am looking forward to hearing more about their long lived relationship. Plus they are super quirky which I love!

#TBRCrew #Autobiography #NonFiction

ElizaMarie Yay for audio commute books!!! 1y
DieAReader I just got this ebook through BookBub earlier this summer! Looking forward to hearing what you think about it.📚🎧 1y
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MelKelsey
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Book 46: More like a podcast, the authors tell the stories from their book. The funniest chapter was one that was exclusively pictures; they humorously described each picture. They are well-spoken, with impressive vocabularies, and have an admirable relationship. They are big readers (especially Megan) and enjoy listening to books while they do puzzles; so I definitely feel an affinity towards them.

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4thhouseontheleft
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Mehso-so

I love both Nick and Megan, and this is a quirky oral relationship history. I might not have been in the mood for a celebrity memoir, since I found the narrative boring at times.

I do 💜 that their favorite way to spend time together is listening to audiobooks while working on 🧩 puzzles. 💕💕

#mandmreadingchallenge #audiobook

MissAimz_55 Are they the narrators as well?? 2y
4thhouseontheleft @MissAimz_55 Yes! I‘m not sure how this works as a physical book, because it reads like a back and forth conversation. 2y
BarbaraTheBibliophage Good call for this prompt! I love #audiopuzzling too. 2y
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Nick and Megan are talking about the pure joy they experience when they are acting or working, when they don‘t realize how much time is passing because they are doing something they love & in the zone. They go on about this for awhile.

This is in the chapter on religion (or lack of it), but I‘m over here yelling at them, “you‘re talking about FLOW! Look up Mihály Csikszentmihalyi!” My psychology background is showing. ?

4thhouseontheleft Also, did Nick Offerman have a bet on how many times he could mention Wendell Berry in this book? It definitely fits with his image. 🤣 2y
Scochrane26 He wrote a chapter on Wendell Berry in Gumption & mentions him a few times in Paddle your own Canoe. Since I‘m a fangirl of Berry, it makes me like Offerman more. That‘s actually the reason I read Gumption first, besides being a Parks & Rec fan. It definitely fits his image. @4thhouseontheleft 2y
4thhouseontheleft @Scochrane26 I like Wendell Berry too, so it‘s not a complaint! 😄 2y
Scochrane26 @4thhouseontheleft I guess I didn‘t notice the mentions in this book. I have liked Gumption the best out of his books-i think because it‘s about other people. 2y
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4thhouseontheleft
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Spending the morning cleaning, tidying and doing laundry while listening to this audio memoir.

I‘m not as captivated as I thought I would be, but it‘s a decent background book that doesn‘t take a lot of mental energy to listen to.

#audiochores #audiocleaning #audiolaundry

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Following along on my little digital organization journey today?

4 chapter in to the tagged 🎧 book, and here are my stats:

Started with 11,487 emails in my inbox, 82,431 total.
Down to 5,617 in inbox, 37,891 total. I‘m purging like a BOSS! 🙌🏽🍷

I still have way too many emails archived though. 🤣

I can also completely relate to Megan Mullally in this quote.

wanderinglynn I completely left the house under duress. I only have 3 hrs left on my audiobook and it was really heating up. But could I stay home and listen? Noooo. I had to come to work. Stupid work interrupting my reading. 😉😂 2y
Alwaysbeenaloverofbooks @wanderinglynn dang bills!!! 🤣😫 2y
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KathyWheeler @wanderinglynn Work ruins everything. 😄 (edited) 2y
Chrissyreadit I totally relate to this!!! 2y
Megabooks 👏🏻👏🏻👏🏻👏🏻 2y
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4thhouseontheleft
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🎧 2 chapters in, and I‘ve purged 10,000 emails. Progress! Hanging out at the library for a change in scenery. My email inbox now hovers at ~7600, with total emails (including all archived) at ~73,000.

I‘ve still got a long ways to go.

Alwaysbeenaloverofbooks 😳😳 WOW!!! I‘m ocd and have to delete junk email immediately!! 🤣🤣 2y
AmyG Hahahaha, me too. I am obsessive with my email. @Alwaysbeenaloverofbooks 2y
LibrarianRyan Yeahhhh. Plus, nice view. 2y
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Leftcoastzen Great progress, love the view! 2y
Alwaysbeenaloverofbooks @AmyG 🙌🏻☺️😂 2y
JamieArc This is inspiring! 2y
kspenmoll What a purge!!!!! Fantastic! 2y
runswithscissors007 That is an accomplishment! With a view ! 2y
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4thhouseontheleft
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I have an email problem. Anyone else? 👋

I am determined to tackle it over the next few days with some major digital organization and aggressive use of the labels, archive, and 🗑 buttons.

Listening to the tagged 🎧 book during this project to help keep me sane.

LibrarianRyan Holly snikes. That would drive me nuts. 2y
TheKidUpstairs Mine looks much like this! I used to keep a clean inbox, but once it started to go I just gave up. 2y
4thhouseontheleft @LibrarianRyan Yep, a good friend of mine kind of goes ballistic every time she catches sight of the number of unread emails on my phone. 🤣 Organization has never been my strong suit. It takes a lot of effort to keep my house organized, so my digital stuff seems to languish. 2y
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MaleficentBookDragon Mine is like that too. It makes me twitchy to see it, so I just ignore it and go read a book. 😋 I am an adult. 2y
Leftcoastzen Oh no, a purge is required.I get anxious at 200 unread.😃 2y
LauraBrook Before I abandoned an old email address I had over 30K unread. Almost all spam (spam folder was even worse). Don‘t know why it‘s such a pain to maintain it but it gets away from me easily. Lately it‘s been better but still... audiobooks and/or music are great distractions! 2y
AmyG Yikes!!!! 2y
Redwritinghood Yeah, mine looks like that too. It‘s too overwhelming to fix at this point. 2y
rockpools I‘ve been noticing that little red dot more the last couple of weeks. Might be time to tackle mine too 😕 2y
ravenlee Mine too. Every so often I do a little maintenance but it feels almost pointless to purge 15-20 with thousands languishing. 2y
corycatelyn This gives me anxiety just looking at it. 🤣 2y
ljuliel Holy cow. I‘d just delete the whole mess and start over. I just answer , delete , and I also go in daily and delete any junk mail. I hate clutter. Even in my email box. 2y
4thhouseontheleft @corycatelyn @ravenlee @RachelO @Redwritinghood @AmyG @LauraBrook @Leftcoastzen @MaleficentBookDragon @TheKidUpstairs @LibrarianRyan Well, I'm calling it quits for the day, but I was able to cut the Inbox number in half! I'm down to 5,600. 🙏 2y
ravenlee That‘s pretty amazing! 2y
Texreader Ooh same. I have similar problem. 2y
4thhouseontheleft @Texreader I‘ve made a lot of progress today! 2y
LauraBrook Go girl! 👏🏼👏🏼👏🏼 2y
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readtheworld
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Mehso-so

Last audiobook of 2019! I mostly enjoyed this on audio but it felt really scattered — more like a long interview about everyday topics with the occasional pre-written essay thrown in.

I truly have no idea how this book could work in print, because I think it would lose all the charm from hearing them banter.

Happy New Year, everyone!

#audiobook #nonfiction #memoir #lovestory

Redwritinghood Happy New Year! 2y
Bookzombie Happy New Year!!🎆 🎉🥳 2y
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Eggs
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Eggs
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Alwaysbeenaloverofbooks The cover 🤷🏼‍♀️ 2y
OriginalCyn620 I love these two! 2y
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tholmz
Greatest Love Story Ever Told: An Oral History | Nick Offerman, Megan Mullally
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Not sure how this would actually read on a page but the audiobook was like a long podcast with two nice, sweet, funny people. Not the most amazing book of all time but one that will make you feel warm and good.

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Julsmarshall
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Hilarious! Heartwarming and sweet with enough spice to prevent cavities. Great on audio though I may have missed out on some fun photos. I plan to check the book out from the library to take a peek. If you need a giggle (especially on your work commute), this may be the audiobook for you!

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Julsmarshall
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#currentlisten Funny so far . . .

readordierachel They're so cute 2y
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WhatWouldJaneDo
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Been a while since I updated my #nonfiction2019 board:
Bossypants by Tina Fey for something that made me laugh
Ghostland by Colin Dickey for something from another POV, this is not the usual approach to ghost stories
Tagged for something with music, listened on audio and there's actual music plus lots of discussion of how important it is to Nick and Megan
You're Not Doing It Right by Michael Ian Black for my pick - really enjoyed it on audio!

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itsjustme40something
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If you love either of these two , or just want a belly aching ,eye tearing laugh..dig in

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purebugbeauty72
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Currently listening...

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Samplergal
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Mehso-so

I kept waiting but this simply didn‘t cut it for me. If your into stream of consciousness audiobooks, you‘ll love it. I can even imagine the print book. That must be something. 🙄

Scochrane26 I found the print book at library just so I could look at the pics. It really is written the way it sounds. I liked that style on audio but probably wouldn‘t in print. 2y
8little_paws I believe I read they really did "write" this as a series of oral conversations that they recorded. I thought it was cute but I tried one of his memoirs and Just. Could. Not. With it. 2y
AileenRR I totally bailed on the print book 2y
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FreeReadAndWrite
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I laughed so hard. I really recommend the audiobook partly because hearing their commentary together is great, but also because you get some bonus content. It was interesting reading a memoir almost entirely about life as a couple - they pulled off that format well. Only complaint: They did a full section on fighting & how they weren't #CouplesGoals but were a bit vague about wading around in the same shit as everyone else.

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Book_Fairy_Mary
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Mehso-so

I adore both Megan Mullally & Nick Offerman, but after a while, I lost interest in this audiobook. I honestly think it was more of a me problem, just not the right time to really it enjoy it, so I'm having a hard time rating it.

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sophierayton
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This book is about two amazing people who not only love each other but like each other too. They seem like a great couple and the world is a better place for having them be together.

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RealLifeReading
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2. My older boy had a piano test and did great! Also it‘s been raining!
3. Japanese food
4. 28 if I‘m counting correctly
5. Happy Friday or Saturday everyone! ❤️
#friyayintro

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azulaco
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I loved this book. Funny and quirky, just like the authors. I listened to the audiobook, which I think is definitely the way to go with this one.

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Catsandbooks
Greatest Love Story Ever Told: An Oral History | Nick Offerman, Megan Mullally
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⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ 4/5 stars I love Nick Offerman and Megan Mullally, but this book was far too short! I want more! I'm not sure how this is in print form since it felt like I was listening to them have a casual conversation, but I still enjoyed it.

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Catsandbooks
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Already 2/3 through this and it feels more like a podcast than a book. By the way I would totally listen to a podcast of them just talking about whatever!

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shaynarae
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This was great to listen to on audio and worthwhile to pick up if you want to listen to Nick Offerman and Megan Mullally talk about themselves and banter with each other. It was really sweet and charming. But it is a novelty book, and a fair amount of the material were stories I had heard before in Offerman‘s Paddle Your Own Canoe.

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Scochrane26
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I thought it was going to be 6 mths until I could listen to this book, but I got it much earlier. So glad I did audio, it took about 5 min to realize I was going to love it. I might end up getting the physical version later, so I can look at the pics.

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Toniyesss
Greatest Love Story Ever Told: An Oral History | Nick Offerman, Megan Mullally
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Listened to this on the way to and from LA with MY love. What a delight. They seem like two genuinely nice, talented, intelligent, hilarious people who love and respect each other and have built a wonderful and refreshingly normal relationship. I also like their takes on topics such as fashion, hobbies, and dogs. They have such great chemistry and riffed off each other constantly in the recording. A light and thoroughly enjoyable “read.”

BooksForEmpathy Have you seen them IRL!? We saw them a few years ago at the Masonic and they were so delightful!! I‘ll have to listen to this one for sure. 3y
Toniyesss @BooksForEmpathy no haven‘t seen them live! I‘m jelly! I love them though, and this was basically just the two of them in hilarious conversation 3y
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So here's the thing, I didn't actually like the book. I didn't hate the book. It definitely falls into the so-so category. However the rapport, and possibly most of the ad-libbing between Nick and Megan made it fabulous. Part of me wants to pick up the physical book to see how much was ad-libbed, and how much was written. Made me want to listen to humor/comedy albums a la Mrs. Maisel

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monalyisha
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While it was perfectly pleasant to listen to Megan Mullally & Nick Offerman shoot the shit, I genuinely don‘t understand how this would work as a physical book. It seemed very off-the-cuff & unwritten — which is cool for a podcast or an interview series but...shouldn‘t books give the impression that they‘ve been written?

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monalyisha 1/4: I loved hearing about Megan‘s love for books (it‘s rampant) & I loved hearing about their clear adoration of one another (also rampant), but there were some comments that left me questioning where their editor was. (edited) 3y
monalyisha 2/4: The section in which they discuss babies — & their lack of babies — was particularly troublesome. The troubling part is not that they‘re happy with no children (I‘m all for that), but when Megan explains that they “casually” tried to have kids & did not succeed (her age, his low sperm count). She says that she‘s of the belief that if it‘s meant to happen, it will. That seemed like such a careless remark to me. (edited) 3y
Tadams4 Excellent review! So candid! 3y
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monalyisha 3/4: At one point, Nick describes his parents as participants in “benign homophobia & racism.” I get the desire to protect one‘s (very loving) parents, but “benign homophobia” & “benign racism” are NOT real things. Those beliefs always have malignant effects. Maybe “homophobia & racism based on ignorance” or “homophobia & racism without conscious maliciousness” — but that‘s *still* not benign. (edited) 3y
monalyisha 4/4: I will say that Nick & Megan both seem like my kind-of people (funny, creative, well-meaning introverts), & that I‘m now compelled to immediately seek out Nick‘s movie (“Hearts Beat Loud”) with Jeff Tweedy (who maybe just makes a cameo?), since I forgot that I needed to watch it — & Megan‘s band, “Nancy & Beth,” since it sounds like it‘s chock full of wonderful, girl-powered weirdness. (edited) 3y
sammisho I enjoyed the audio book, but you are right, there is no way that is how the book was written! 3y
monalyisha @sammisho It was bizarre! I think if it‘d been presented to me as a different beast, I would‘ve liked it more. But I still wouldn‘t have loved it. It felt honest & cute but not particularly deep or well-crafted. I didn‘t go in as a devotee of either of them, though. I liked “Parks & Rec” & thought both of their voice performances on Saunders‘ “Lincoln in the Bardo” were STELLAR. I caught the occasional ep. of “W&G” & laughed. But I was no “fan.” 3y
monalyisha @sammisho I *can* see how this might‘ve been an intentional upending of the form — an artistic, abstract experiment — but it wasn‘t for me. 3y
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Heatherfeather
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On audio, less an actual book and more like two hilarious people spontaneously talking about themselves and each other. Light and funny.

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eanderson
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This was a fun audiobook! It was dirty and inappropriate but I enjoyed it! 🤗

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Christine
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Glad to see this won an Audie in the Humor category, because it sure does (in my opinion) deserve one! I would listen to it again in a heartbeat. 💕

WhatWouldJaneDo Love them so much! 3y
lynneamch Will surely love this one, too. Really liked audio of 3y
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shutterbug_mama
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I‘m on a road trip and am loving the audiobook version! Aw, they are so hilarious & so in love, it‘s inspiring! 💕 I‘ve been a big fan of them both from each of their tv shows and love how happy they are!

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eanderson
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#audioworkingout with these two this morning. I‘m glad I‘m working out in my living room and not in a studio where other people could here this! It‘s definitely raunchy and funny! 🤣