No Worries If Not: A Funny(ish) Story of Growing Up Working Class and Queer

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No Worries If Not: A Funny(ish) Story of Growing Up Working Class and Queer

No Worries If Not: A Funny(ish) Story of Growing Up Working Class and Queer

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My phone was still going off with notifications every few seconds while I was having dinner the next evening.

It covers class, womanhood, grief and queerness in a way that’s so real and accessible, to the point where it literally feels like you’re on FaceTime to the author or something, the amount of times I snorted out loud. Billie has set out to shed light on the absurd double standards society holds women to in everyday life.The 103 third parties who use cookies on this service do so for their purposes of displaying and measuring personalized ads, generating audience insights, and developing and improving products. It pulls the lens back on the wider experiences of womanhood and highlights how expectations are different, ever-changing, and absurd for women today.

This is a hard-hitting yet fun coming of age book with plenty of relatable stuff (as someone who used to be an usher at a similar London theatre it was quite weird to have that be a relatable part) and a comedic tone. The narration was personal and easy, with a steady pace and some deeply insightful diarised sections that go back to show us seemingly normal snapshot moments of the past, but fit together to show all these little moments that affect and change a person. Galustain is very open and honest in her memoir, opening up about struggling to accept her sexuality and also dealing with the tragic loss of her nephew. If you’re prone to unnecessarily saying ​ “no worries if not”, the chances are a few other linguistic habits have also crept into your vocab.The author portrays Charlotte as a modern day Bridget Jones and silly, stupid ridiculous things that happen to her which always seem to go wrong. She assures me that this self-doubt is common: "So many women I know and work with lack confidence, harbour self-doubt, identify with imposter syndrome, play down their strengths, focus on their weaknesses and usually aren’t great at celebrating their successes," she tells me.

It was something different, but I guess RTE has another reality show they want to fill a time slot with so no more actual well thought out comedy bits needed. However, when she shouts at a manspreader on the metro and goes viral yelling about her smear test, life takes an unexpected turn. Filled with flashbacks to the 2000s/2010s, No Worries if Not is equally for the straights and the gays, the rich and disadvantaged. I can’t help myself, I find myself saying sorry when people bump into me all the damn time, even though I know I’m not at fault.But the person on the receiving end will know that our ​ “no worries if not” is a meaningless flourish, right? I don't see how Justine Stafford at the very least doesn't already have a long list of acting jobs in front of her, and Emma Doran, Michael Frye, Sean Burke, and Killian Sundermann are outstanding as well.



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