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I Hate Other People's Kids Paperback – March 1, 2006
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About the Author
Adrianne Frost is an actor and comedian living in New York City. She has been a panelist on VH1's Best Week Ever. Adrianne has appeared on The Daily Show, Late Night with Conan O'Brien, and Law and Order. Her comic prose, "Easter Is Cancelled," was published in the 2005 edition of The Signet Book of American Humor.
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I personally believe that they should pass this book around to new parents so that they don't do things like allow the kids to destroy stores or take them to inappropriate movies.
...you can walk down memory lane and remember which category *you fell into* as a child and up to it laughing through your own childhood.
I will own it. I was the kid who entertained and a parent could yell out a commerical and I could sing the jingle like a trained monkey.
I see that kid now and smile and cringe. I was this kid. He will be that trained monkey until he is 23 and the parents sill wonder why they are living in a two bedroom apartment with nine other trained monkeys aksing for rent money and some cash to remove the tatoo of "die young" off thier arm for a possible national television commercial.
Yeah. Its from making your kid sing the Big Fig Newton at thanksgiving for horrified friends. Replete with the Fig Newton Movements.
This book is funny. And had me snort laughing remembering what sort of kid I was. And the pain I inflicted.
Congrats Ms. Frost.
What I enjoyed most was the author's frankness. She doesn't shy away from what she thinks. Due to rampant, non-parenting epidemic, annoying kids are what too many adults are forced to tolerate.
I hope this book sparks a movement. Put a copy in every Starbucks. Make posters. Adrianne for president. Ogden Nash would be proud.
The only thing she forgot to include in the book is parents who leave loaded diapers in parking lots and airplane seat back pockets... Ewwwwww
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