• The narrator is a British teenager, Georgia Nicolson. She explains, to American readers, that there are words in the book that they might not understand, and tells them that there is a glossary at the back of the book that will help American readers understand the terminology.
• Georgia talks about what is wrong with her life. She worries about her appearance, and feels that her home and her family aren't good enough. She is trying to change her life because of an article she read in her mother's Cosmo about finding happiness.
• Georgia dressed as an olive for a costume party, and regrets it. Her friend Jas wasn't any happier there, but at least the boys paid attention to her. Georgia is insulted when Jas says the boys ignored her because her costume was goofy.
• Georgia has a cat, Angus, who she found as a stray...
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