No. I just didnt find it interesting. The narrator was fine and I cant say I was bored to death, but it just didnt seem like anything in there was really worthy of a book.
I Suck at Girls had great moments but it wasn't the laugh out loud, side hurting entertainment that the first book was. I thought the narration was perfect.
Huge fan of the Sh*t My Dad Says blog, and even read the first book. There was BARELY enough interesting content for one book; nowhere near enough for two.
Was a pretty funny book, made me laugh out loud at moments. Good narration too.
Just simple little stories, but told with hilarious insights gained thru the years.
Obviously Sh*t my dad says. I wouldn't compare to David Sedaris, though I can see why people do, it's a different style.
The dad! But also the friend from little league. OMG that part had my husband and I laughing so hard we nearly crashed the car.
This is a very good followup. So often the sophomore effort is weak but i liked this book also. A pretty quick listen but the length was just right.
First, let me say that I am especially happy that Sean Schemmel narrated this book as he did for "Sh-t My Dad Says." The book would not have been the same using a different voice for Justin - and especially for his father. The story was absolutely hysterical - going into more detail about events which took place in the first book, as well as added new adventures. Justin's writing is superb and Schemmel's reading of this story just takes the story great to stupendous. I love that Schemmel has distinct voices for every character which adds to the story so much. I am certain people in the cars next to me at red lights thought I was a maniac as they watched me obviously laughing out loud and doubling over in my seat while listening to this book - not to mention the passengers on the seats next to me on the airplanes. I couldn't stop myself from uproarious laughter while listening. I would recommend this to anyone who is up for a great laugh and who isn't easily offended by the use of curse words. While you do not have to listen to the first book to enjoy this one, I just think it would highten someone's experience if they had the background in the first book before they listened to this one. This was fantastic.
It's quite easy going story just like in everyone's life and very good conversation between father and son .weirdly amazing.
Amazing story flow and quite relaxing book to listen
Life is short, make sure you have fun
S*** My Dad Says (Justin Halpern) set a pretty high level expectation for this read. Although I Suck at Girls was a very entertaining and funny read, it does not quite match up to S*** My Dad Says.
This book is also a great read for males that were on the more introverted side while growing up - makes our journey look easy (or maybe I am just that cool).