(And here I am, changing this book's rating to five stars. It's because, months after I've read it, I've thought of certain parts and they made me laugh out loud all over again. I can't not give this 5 stars.)
The writing is messy (though in a very relatable and charming way) and the essays/anecdotes inside rarely flow.
That's about all the negative things I can say about this book. It's no masterpiece, but it's incredibly funny. It's absurd and awkward, though there's something really human and personal about it as well.