I loved everything about this book!
I laughed probably more than Tina Feys recent book. It's comedy you can relate too.
His voice makes the book.
I'm an Adam Carolla fan. I listened to his previous book, listen to the podcast, and enjoyed his movie. This one has a lot of stuff i'd heard before. It was still interesting though, don't get me wrong, but he cut out some of the new material that is in the book and not in the podcast (about his interactions with celebrities) and I really would have liked to have heard more about that. Still if you like Adam's style you will enjoy this audiobook.
Adam's solo narration of his tales of life in So Cal, up until now. A fun time, and he is a GREAT story teller.
Some real classics are in there, but one that comes to mind is Big Catholic Brother with Nate and Tim (Team).
His timing and tone could only be expressed live.
Can't wait until the next one.
It is a humorous look at Adam's strange life. I'd never heard of him before since I'm not a radio listener and not under age 30. He seems to be pretty successful for having such a weird life. And he's kept lots of his old friends, which is surprising considering the stunts they pulled together. Lots of F bomb and scatological material in here.
When he talked about how he rates life on how high the mattress is off the floor. His lowlife mom had hers on the floor. At the time I was moving from one rental to another (I own two nice homes with high mattresses, but am living in a temporary rental and my mattress was on the floor. He nailed it dead on!
I won't share this book with my mom.
I like Carolla's "to the point" bluntness, but it seemed like some of the material was either covered in his previous book or was material that might have been left on the editing floor from the previous book.
It was worth listening. Just didn't measure up to his previous book.
My expectations might have been high based on his "50 years we'll all be chicks" book. It was OK.
About 50% is great and fun to listen to, about 50% is full of drunk stories and too much of a dependence on 4-letter explicatives to describe things. My biggest gripe is that he is constantly telling you to buy his book throughout the recording, and leaving things out. Is this what I deserve for shelling out 15-20 dollars on this thing, criticized for not buying your book instead? Overall though, it is worth it for the high points.
Adam's last book was quite enjoyable, but the best parts were always the biographical portions. Adam's background, stories and successes have always been more enthralling than tired rants about politics.
Penn Jillette's book and The Nerdist Way by Chris Hardwick.
His side stories.
This is just a waste of my time.
I've listened to every single thing Adam has put out and so I know much about Adam. But it's great to hear stories (especially about Ray) which I've never heard.
As funny as the first book but some of the stories are the same. I just fast forwarded over those parts.
this took me back to the days I used to listen to loveline as a kid. Adam frequently interjects his thoughts about the particular story he is reading from and it makes the audio book unique. I wish he would finish some of his thoughts, like the psychic who knew a little too much about his home. either way it was a good book