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Sometimes Laughter Hurts is Gabriel Rutledge's debut comedy album. His jokes throw the listener into fits of unstoppable giggling. His humor is self-deprecating and authentic. He uses himself and his family in order to speak at length about the American condition. The routine concerns his role as a parent, a husband, and a man (and indeed, many of his jokes concern his relationship with women). The language of this recording is explicit, and Rutledge's jokes are not family-friendly. This being said, Gabriel Rutledge is a captivating speaker; the listener can't help himself but laugh along with him.

Publisher's Summary

In this hilarious debut album, Gabriel's self-deprecating and honest takes on marriage and kids, and his fascination with $60 hookers, show he's just like you - but a lot funnier. He's a winner of the Seattle Comedy Competition, has performed at the Las Vegas Comedy Festival, and has appeared on Comedy Central's Live at Gotham.

Explicit language warning: You must be 18 or older to purchase.

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