Summary: A bunch of random thoughts about various things.
Tripp and Tyler are great at simple humor, the straight forward dry Seinfeld type of humor. But after reading this book, I think that it is best delivered on video or in person.
I like funny books, but I still expect funny books to tell a story. So I really liked Bossypants because it was a memoir and had a point.
I thought Jim Gaffigan’s Dad is Fat was decent and had some good moments, but it still felt more like a string of jokes than a real coherent book. And with Gaffigan’s second book about food, it was even worse.
There was funny stuff here. And if you are looking for a book that you set in the bathroom and read a couple jokes at a time, then you will probably enjoy this.
For me the disjointed, ‘have you ever thought about…’ type of writing doesn’t work over the length of a book. And I got bored and gave up before I finished it.