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The Big Book of Parenting Tweets: Featuring the Most Hilarious Parents on Twitter Paperback – November 20, 2014
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Here's an example from one of the contributors:
"One minute your kids are babies, and the
next you’re sleeping in till 9:30 a.m. because
they have the iPad and can reach the cereal.
— Amy Flory (@FunnyIsFamily)"
See what I mean? And if you are on Twitter, you'll find yourself reading this book with your smartphone in hand so you can follow the hilarious contributors for forever and ever.
This book would make a perfect gift for all of the procreators in your life. Just sayin'.
I like funny parenting jokes because they are funny. If you don't like funny stuff parenting jokes, steer clear of this book. There are many funny jokes in this book that will make you laugh in an out loud fashion. If you hate laughing, or if you've recently gone through surgery and it hurts to laugh, this book is not for you. Wait until the pain subsides and then buy the book. Or, buy the book but don't read it until you've completely recovered from surgery. If you've had surgery on your finger or toe, you might be okay to buy the book and read it. I'm mostly talking about if you've had surgery recently on your core area.
If you have had surgery recently and feel that laughing would be a painful thing, might I suggest buying the book and learning to internalize your laughing. What I mean by this is laughing on the inside, not the outside. I do this all the time when my spouse falls and gets hurt. I'd never do it if my wife fell and hurt herself seriously. First I check to make sure she is okay. "Are you okay, honey? Yes? Good." And then I laugh on the inside. I suggest this method if you recently have had surgery and would still would like to buy this book.
So, in conclusion, you should buy this book if you like to laugh and especially if you are a parent that likes to laugh. Steer clear if you recently have had surgery and it hurts to laugh unless you have taught yourself how to laugh on the inside only.
More than 300 immediately recognizable, somehow original, and instantly funny parenting moments—each one enjoyable enough that reading it counts as me-time, even if someone is banging on your bathroom door.
Goes great with any wine. Or margarita. Or whisky.