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Anne Taintor's Hilarious "I Can't Be Good All the Time' Book

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Being Bad Can Feel O So Good

"I can't be good all the time" combines well-mannered women with sassy slogans creating a completely unique and hilarious book for your coffee table or home library. Anne Taintor's beautiful vintage illustrations are perfect for modeling how the well-mannered woman should be. Yet behind those smiling innocent eyes are not-so-innocent thoughts like 'do I feel a sin coming on?' The combination of the two will have you smiling, laughing, and even admitting you secretly share the same feelings.

A Moment From the Book - Because who doesn't love happy hour?


"I Can't Be Good All the Time" Introduction

by Anne Taintor

I haven't always been a bad girl. In grade school I was considered a goody-two-shoes, even the nuns thought so. But life does change one. There were temptations and opportunities, men and marriages, parties and mayhem. Eventually, I realized that I wasn't such a good girl anymore...and that I was having a lot more fun.

I love that my work makes people laugh. I can't take all the credit, though; everyone in my family talks exactly like the women on these pages. I guess it's no surprise that I found myself carrying on the tradition.

Let's face it, being bad is better. In times of doubt, may this book remind you that we can't be good all the time. Besides, who wants to try?

I Can't Be Good All the Time - Find it here

"I Can't Be Good All the Time" holds about 100 illustrations of proper ladies expressing their not-quite-as-proper feelings. These are some of her most-loved works which focus on romance and being a little bad in such a good girl's world.

A Tasty Moment from the Book

A Tasty Moment from the Book

A Tasty Moment from the Book

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Comments? Questions? Flames? Own the Book?

audrey07 on May 21, 2013:

I don't have the book but it seems to be one that is easy to skim through and most importantly, make you smile.

anonymous on May 20, 2013:

Sounds like an interesting read. I always like to branch out and try something new. Thanks for the review.

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