The Bad Girl's Guide to the Open Road by Cameron Tuttle
WARNING: This book is for women only - some people may find certain parts of
this book offensive and we warn you that some parts can be lacking in good
taste - but all in all, it'll have you laughing so hard you'll fall off the
This is the ultimate guide for any "Road Sister" who is planning a road
trip!! From what to pack to where to go....this book will amuse you with
it's insightful look at the American tradition of packing up the car and
heading on the open road. The best part is if you are even contemplating
hitting the road - just answer yes to one of the many questions posed and
yes, sister - you are ready for a road trip.
It's time to hit the road when....
you have no idea what to do when you're not at work
you begin to look or act like your mother
your therapist down sizes and let's you go
your boyfriend has just run off with your brother
you're still hosting Melrose Place parties
I can honestly say that I (Nika) am no stranger to hitting the open road
having traveled across the USA (Miami to L.A, Houston to Detroit, Hartford
to Portland etc) and I have enjoyed the freedom of the experience. We'll
leave the Coral Castle, Devil's Tower and the World's Biggest Ball of Twine
for the next story.
landmock n. a pseudohistorical site given "landmark" status in order to make
money off of overpriced admission fees and souvenirs.
Handy tips like how to check out your fashion sense without a full length
mirror - you just find a shiny tanker truck and check yourself out - It's
like a fun house mirror but it works!!! The bug splat field guide; The "Big
things to do in a Small Town" and of course, my very own road sister bumper
sticker... in it's hilarity there might actually be some common sense and
fun - I know I'm back in the mood to pull a Thelma & Louise - now if only I
could find a 66 Thunderbird!!!
rearview mirror perspective n. a mood altering shift in perspective when you
realize that problems in your life are smaller than they appear.
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