Hilarious collection of odd behaviors that are surprisingly endemic among humankind.
--Midwest Book Review
Judy Reiser has collected gem-like examples that show you're not alone
and gives you a chance to chortle or smirk at others' idiosyncrasies.
--New York Times Book Review
Judy Reiser's concept of collecting the foibles of Everyman is not only unique, but genius.
She invented the category. You will find yourself in her book and you will laugh out loud. --Ed Clancy, Radio Broadcaster
Everybody has quirks. Reiser got grown people to think about it and to tell her about it.
--The Washington Post
Great stress reliever. Gotta have just for the laughs.
Would LOVE to have been on that book's research team!
--Karla Skinner, amazon.com
Within minutes I found myself laughing out loud at the confessions that are revealed.
Its content will be well received by anyone from the ages of 6-106.
--Suzie Housley, myshelf.com
About the Author
About the Author Judy Reiser began collecting quirks after a conversation in which she divulged something crazy she does and a friend shared something he does. After having a good laugh about it, she soon discovered that everyone seems to have quirks. She has been observing, gathering, marveling at and laughing about quirks ever since. Her husband insists that if she had written this book of quirks as an autobiography, it would have been much longer! Judy interviewed over 2,500 people for her three books: "And I Thought I Was Crazy!", "Admit It, Youre Crazy!", and "In a Cell Phone Minute".