Bossypants - “There’s a Drunk Midget in My House” – “What Should I Do With My Last Five Minutes?” Summary & Analysis

Tina Fey
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“There’s a Drunk Midget in My House” – Tina explains that baby formula was first developed in the mid-1800s for orphans and underweight babies, but that in the present age, mothers really should breastfeed. Tina explains that her own decision to breastfeed was a very gratifying thing. Tina recommends mothers breastfeed for as long as it suits them. Tina explains she has many nicknames for her daughter, including Midge (Midget) because her daughter was born a week early and slightly underweight. Eventually, Midge switched to an all-formula diet, but Tina still dealt with nursing mothers who believe in breastfeeding up into childhood and criticize those who do not. She calls them “Teat Nazis,” and notes their highest places of infestation are Hollywood and Brooklyn.

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