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Schumer is happy to annotate her mortifying teenage journals and spill details about the nightmarish international press tour for her hit movie “Trainwreck,” but she also wants people to know that she’s more than the raunchy “sex comic” she’s perfected in her Comedy Central show.
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Amy Schumer may be an Emmy-winning star who sells out arenas on her stand-up tour, but she would usually prefer to stay home and watch TV with takeout Chinese food and boxed wine.
She owns a Manhattan apartment with a terrace, yet her bedroom contains her beloved collection of creepy stuffed animals, including one that “has, without fail, scared the s--- out of every single boyfriend I’ve brought around.” Basically, Schumer wants you to know she’s just like you.
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“I haven’t figured anything out, so I have no wisdom to offer you,” the comedian-turned-TV and movie star writes in “The Girl With the Lower Back Tattoo,” her highly anticipated collection of essays.
“But what I can help with is showing you my mistakes and my pain and my laughter.” Schumer, 35, emphasizes that this book (for which she was reportedly paid about million) is not a memoir or an autobiography.
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