“Fuck it, I’m old. Gimme free stuff”.
After some busy and tiring days, I needed something light and fun to help relax my mind. I found it in Sh*t My Dad Says by Justin Halpern.
It scratch just the right itch…
It is a short easy read. And so funny. I absolutely enjoyed it.
I would be terribly embarrassed if I were to ever dare repeat some of the this MY dads says, but I think Justing Halpern enjoys of a more hilariously honest dad.
“Sometimes life leaves a hundred-dollar bill on your dresser, and you don’t realize until later it’s because it fucked you”.
I could call it a palate cleanser. The right book in preparation to immerse myself in a new story. But, the truth is that I spent the whole of this short books laughing my ass off. It is hilarious.
“Brought product to surface of Mars. It stopped working. 0/10”
I don’t think that kind of review can be ignored. No matter what your company makes, it’s one you frame and advertise about.
That was sarcasm, by the way”.
The place I work at has a small book-exchange library where everyone can take a book as long as you leave one in its place. Unfortunately, the books always seem to end up on a big pile over a couple of tables at the center of the room.
It is on this ever growing pile of books that never seems to find their way back onto the shelf nor follow their appropriate alphabetical order, where I first glimpsed Every Cat’s Survival Guide to Living with a Neurotic Owner.
And I just ignored it, really. After all, I’m not a cat person.
And it is not as if I have anything against cats. Not at all. I actually like them. It is just that mine has always been a dog household. No real reason to it, it is just the way it has been for as long I can remember.
The second time I came across this book was while I was boringly waiting for my next appointment with nothing to entertain me at all, and I simply grabbed it and look a quick look at he introduction.
It was so funny, I just took it home with me.
This is a self-help book for cats, to help them understand their people and how better to understand them and train them to do their bidding. Of course, I cannot relate to the idiosyncrasies of having a cat, but I kept thinking about my dog and how well HE has trained me over the years to always know what he wants. That just made it funnier.
As all the self-help books I’ve come by, thou, it tends to be a bit repetitive… But I guess that
Cats must always be dignified
DOES sound like something cats would repeat a lot, even when talking among each other.