Yes. Fall down on the floor funny.
Samuel L. Jackson's narration
Pulp Fiction + a children's story = hilarious
Snakes on a Plane for parents
Studying to be a Mechanical Engineer at Georgia Institute of Technology.
Really fun, unless your easily offended, in which case I say grow up or F--k off because I don't really care for the sorts of opinions that demote this brilliant book because it uses dirty language.
But seriously this is a really good and fun story to listen to.
And the fact that it was narrated Samuel L Jackson made it all the more richer.
Parents will secretly smile or may even openly accept the courageous and funny insight this tale has to offer. If you are easily offended and you have read this review this far -- STOP and pick another title -- there are over 90,000 other titles to enjoy.
If you are still reading, regardless if you are single or married, have kids or not -- YOU WERE ONCE A KID YOURSELF and if you don't think that you at least once in your life caused this sentiment, regardless if this vulgar or not, in your parent's mind -- you truly are deluded. It doesn't matter if you were the Valedictorian or the kid from the other side of the tracks, you have either been the parent or the kid in this story and if you can't laugh at yourself, do you deserve to be able to laugh at anything? A welcome and refreshing casual quick break from the regimented expectations of society and authors.
Samuel L. Jackson does a supreme job of delivering this story. Cadence, enunciation, inflection, and pitch all play in his performance to make this short story seem more than a prose and more like a heartfelt, compassionate, poem of struggled/tried love.
This had to have been read by the one and only Samuel L. Jackson. I don't know if he was born to read this, or if it was made for him to read.
What's not to love? My two daughters have babies, now. I plan to share this with them. One day, they'll look back on their sleepless nights and remember this reading.
If you are not averse to hearing children addressed on this manner then you will find this story delightful. Samuel Jackson is an awesome reader.
This book, although replete, as it's title suggests, with foul language , is hysterical. More especially for me as I am a parent and understand bedtime. It literally left me rolling on the floor, laughing.