If you like your comedians handsome, white, and smug, you'll love Daniel Tosh. This young comedian lobs insults with the cocksure self-satisfaction of a back-row spitball artist. It's no surprise he cut his teeth on the university circuit - he's less national court jester than cultural class clown. Not for the easily offended, Tosh is the Ray Kroc of sacred cows - in Happy Thoughts he goes after Michael Phelps, the national anthem, New York City (they have "all the best plane crashes") and, of course, Latinos, blacks, and women. He's an artist of jerkiness and Happy Thoughts is his masterpiece.
Breakout star Daniel Tosh, host of Comedy Central's hit series Tosh.0, tackles religion, racism, and politics with his exceptionally cutting comedic deftness in the Comedy Central Records release of Daniel Tosh: Happy Thoughts
©2011 Daniel Tosh (P)2011 Comedy Central Records
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Tosh is hilarious. I love his show and I now love this audiobook, which wasn’t actually a book but was the audio recorded version of his stand-up comedy. Loved his take on baseball being a racist pastime and on the founding fathers. Very funny stuff. My only issue was that the book was too short.
Say something about yourself!
never read the print version dont think there is one
its not a story its a show he performed
he is the only character
Fans of Daniel Tosh will enjoy this recording. The jokes are great, although not for all audiences. Lots of bad language and off-color (literally!) jokes.
Daniel Tosh is great as long as you don't take his material (or yourself) too seriously.
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