A bullshit fake diary written by an anti-drug Mormon woman with a series of 'diaries', that are listed as non-fiction to scare little kids into not doing drugs, joining a gang or the occult, getting pregnant, getting anorexia, or getting AIDS.
What never ceases to amaze me is that some people still think that these diaries are by real teenagers, even though they are share the same writing style and are all completely fake. Our English teacher gave this book to us when we were 12 and told us it was a real diary. We were all cracking up before the end of it.
Excerpt from Go Ask Alice:
"Oh those were fun, fun times! I'm going to start on a diet this very day. I will be a positively different person by the time we get to our new home. Not one more bite of chocolate or nary a french fried potato will pass my lips till I've lost ten globby pounds of lumpy lard."
Yes, that sounds like a 15-year-old girl's diary...
1. Lyrics in the song "White rabbit" by the band Jefferson airplane
2. A website that has information about health for teens
3. A phrase used to associate with
5. A book about a girl with drug addiction and she writes about drug life.
Hey, Go ask alice, and lay down on the coach.
A book describing a teenage girl's experiences with various drugs and typical teenage problems, i.e. sex, running away, etc. A very good book, albeit it doesn't really help people fear drugs. In fact, several of my friends and I have told each other that it actually makes us want to do drugs.
After reading "Go Ask Alice," Kate and I are trying LSD. Dylan and I are planning on hitchhiking somewhere. Our lives, are fucked, to put it bluntly.
...it's still a good book.