Dear Justin Halpem...I love your dad, I'm glad you took all his quirkyness with a great sense of humor.
Dear Readers, This is just an entertaining 3.5 hour book, and it's just fun to laugh at someone's elses father. Hopefully, you can laught at your own fathers S**t afterwards, and love him even more.
Simply hilarious. Just had to pass this one on to my friends and family. The audiobook is great, sitcom not so much.
This book is fairly funny and quite short. A good light, quick listen for times when you require that type of diversion.
I have been a member of Audible for over a year now, and Sh*t My Dad Says, by Justin Halpern, is the first audiobook for which I have felt it would be a crime not to provide a review. This is an uproariously hilarious, engaging and witty piece of writing. The narration shines: each character comes alive with Schemmel's astounding variance in tone and voice, aiding the listener in getting to know each unique personality, particularly that of Sam the father. More than just a funny, crass collection of witty quips, Sh*t My Dad Says is ultimately the story of a dad who, beneath his gruff exterior, genuinely loves and cares for his family and the well being of his son. I cannot recommend this audiobook enough!
I listen to audio books at work. 5 minutes in to this audio I had to stop and wait till I got home to listen to more.
Perfect book to kill a few hours on a drive or while out shopping. Nothing life altering or challenging here, just a good fun story that will make you laugh out loud.
To everyone seeking an entertaining and fun book to listen to - this is it. The narration absolutely makes this book. I have never heard anything from Sean Schemmel before but he has my vote for best comedic narration. Listen and laugh!
The snippets of life with cranky dad were hilarious as tweets, but as a sequence of stories they lose their pop. If you know these people, they are likely very funny, but otherwise, they occasionally evoke a mild smile at best.
The end, however, where Dad reveals personal history, is well-written, poignant, and compelling.