Loved hearing Adam tell about the way he grew up.
Adam & Ray
Just his podcasts
yes but had to break it up over 2 days
I liked Adam's personality-packed narration
It's all about Adam, but I enjoyed learning about his early years and his family. Also liked how he used the houses he lived in to describe the different stages in his life.
Not a character, but I especially liked the only semi-serious spot in the book where Adam explains that it was "will" (not talent or ability) that helped him get on the football team.
Some hearty laughs in several spots. Definitely a lot of "guy" humor, so watch out if you are offended by cursing or scatological references
He never actually explained the title (or maybe I missed it), but I would have liked to have heard that story
This is ACE at his best. It is always good for a great laugh and does not disappoint. Those who are easily offended by him should read it too.
This is a terrible book. I got a few minutes into it and couldn't believe I had been so misled. Every other word is foul, and not just the run-of-the-mill swear words. I can't imagine calling my worst enemy the names he calls his family, even his mother. There is nothing funny about this book, or at least the first part that I listened to. Don't waste your money.
It is focused on the creative use of Pees, Poo-poos and other bodily excretions. Shocking to discover and boring after a while, so repetitive.
Yes, providing he did not write it!
Some of Adam Carolla's stories are really very funny but he falls into the trap that it seems alot of camedians do these days and uses way too much profanity, as if crudeness somehow makes a joke funnier. It doesn't. I'd like to think that Adam Carolla has more going for him than that because he seems intelligent and creative. In the end I found the crass language to be a distraction and a little demeaning for me to be sitting there listening to so I decided to delete the book from my library before finishing it.
This was a great listen, especially for someone who is already a fan of Adam's podcasts. This audiobook really seems like a companion to the hard copy, because he refers to pictures and stories he doesn't go into due to time constraints. Finally, there are a few bonus conversations with the characters in his life.
Well done, Adam. Great story teller and chronalogical story line.
Any Adam fan -- this is a must read.
Adam regularly goes off on improve side-tracks that make the audio book worth every penny
The Dixie Chicks story, one of the best in the book
The Dixie Chicks story