It's anything but Grimm when the Tell 'Em Steve Dave crew gives their hilarious takes on some of the best and least known fairy tales.
Join Bryan Johnson, Brian Quinn and Walt Flanagan with special guest Sunday Jeff as they create a magical world of fantasy and wonder, trolls, living plants, and sinful dwarves. It doesn't get any better than this...or funnier.
Not for children but definitely for those who are a child at heart.
©2013 Makin Hay Books (P)2013 Makin Hay Books
Say something about yourself!
Yes, i have already listened to it twice. and i need to show my Brother who is a fan as well, he'll love it too. great Audible/Podcast kind of cross over!
Nothing, this is an Audible item all it's own. half Podcast, but part Audio book. with an amazing cast!
I love every one of the TESD Guys. they were all awesome, and i laughed my butt off. Bry was great, Quinn was great, Walter was awesome, and Sunday Jeff was pretty funny too. they are all my favorite, it's hard to choose.
This ain't your mothers fairy tales!
great Audible item. very happy to listen to this. and really hope TESD do the Haunted book one they were talking about. i would buy that in a heart beat. only grudge i had, was i wish it was longer. can never get enough of these guys!
In the true spirit of TESD, these guys do an incredible job adding their own part of the story to these legendary tales. You will be listening more for the commentary than for the story!
Time and again. I can't wait to hear what I missed the first time around.
The gusto! Oh!
"BETTER THAN MAKIN' HAY!"
Tell 'em, Steve-Dave!
Sunday Jeff is the funniest man in America. He's a no nonsense mofo
Sunday Jeff talking about how he never wore shoes.
I laughed out loud consistently and even on repeat listening.
TELL EM' STEVE DAVE
Without a doubt.
The voices of the reading talent involved were sexy, soothing, and at times, shocking.
Yes, and this is in the top 3% of their performances.
Yes, and I did.
Eagerly awaiting a sequel.
Since there is no print version, this is not applicable.
I like the way the conversations about explore the scenarios in the stories with an eye toward comparing the events to real life. This leads to big laughs.
The narrators, or the TESD Players in this case, compare and contrast real life to life as lived under the rules of the world in which the stories take place. Lots of funny observations from the TESD crew.
With my grandchildren.
I imagined myself into the story, and quite frankly, I think I spoilt it. I'm obviously not to everyone's taste.
They were a little blue, and liked to talk about bodily functions. They reminded me of my Nanna.
I will email them in when I think of something witty.
All is right in the world when fairy tales become vulgar, and Sunday Jeff is contracted to be a voice talent. I'm sure a majority have no idea what I'm talking about. Buy the book, and find out.
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