Bigger Is Better by Big Ang
Real Life Wisdom from the No-Drama Mama

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GO BIG OR GO BIGGER

Everything about Angela “Big Ang” Raiola is larger than life: her lips, her 36JJ breasts, and especially her personality! In a lifestyle guide as genuine and fun as Big Ang herself, the star of VH1’s Mob Wives, called the show’s “den mother” by the New York Times, serves up the hilarious and poignant wisdom she’s learned while running her bar, raising her family, and dating made men. Big Ang has rules to live by for beauty, food, family, friendship, and more. Here she is . . .

ON HER KILLER BOOBS:

I was on vacation with my family in the Catskills when out of nowhere, this bat flies right into my chest and then falls splat on the ground. Turned out, he died on impact.

ON FAMILY TRADITIONS:

Every Sunday, we do a feast for fifteen to twentyfive people. Last week, we went through seventy-five meatballs. Even by my family’s standards, that’s a lot of balls.

ON DIETING:

Swearing off lasagna to lose weight? You might fit into smaller jeans. But you’re still the same person— except hungrier and bitchier.

ON HOBBIES:

Would I rather cook for people or have sex? No hard-and-fast rule there. But I will say this: Cooking is always satisfying.
 

About Big Ang

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Big Ang joined the cast of VH1’s Mob Wives in its second season and instantly became the show’s biggest star, thanks to her distinctive look, her infectious laugh, her irrepressible witticisms, and her personal lifestyle code: NO DRAMA. The niece of Salvatore “Sally Dogs” Lombardi, a deceased captain of the Genovese crime family, Big Ang was born and raised in Brooklyn. The doting mother and grandmother owns The Drunken Monkey, a popular bar on Staten Island, where she lives with her Pomeranian puppy, Little Louie, and stars in her own VH1 spin-off series.
 
Published September 11, 2012 by Gallery Books. 242 pages
Genres: Biographies & Memoirs, Education & Reference, Humor & Entertainment. Non-fiction

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