Let's get real. At one point or another, every woman has had to fake ithow else would we get everything done in a mere twenty-four hours? Fake It makes all those time-sucking taskssuch as doing the laundry, baking a homemade dessert for a school fundraiser, and maintaining a socially acceptable level of personal hygieneseem effortless. With more than 100 shortcuts and wonderfully constructed white lies, you'll be able to fake it all, including:
An immaculate bathroom when the in-laws visit
Flawless skin for that big night out
Liking a crappy dinner at a friend's house
A tidy car on carpool day
Knowing the answer to your client's question
And yes, of course, faking an orgasm
So whether you're asked for your opinion about a stomach-turning outfit, really not feeling it in bed, or just too tired to clean the house, Fake It will give you the foolproof advice you need to get through all of life's situations.
Jennifer Byrne writes humorous essays, satire, and journalism. She is the author of Fake It,The Intrepid Parent's Field Guide to the Baby Kingdom, and The Lazy Girl’s Guide to Life. Her writing has been published in The New Yorker, the Huffington Post, The Rumpus, The Hairpin, The Second City Network, National Lampoon and more. She lives in New Jersey.