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Buy the book unless you're proper and/or you're offended by a man's undercarriage.
on May 10, 2015
As I told Rodney via Twitter, his book tried to kill me. I laughed so hard (especially the part about leaving a note for his dad) that I developed a migraine which distorted my vision. I went back for more because I'm glutton for punishment.
The thing is, Rodney thinks funny; I mean like a comedian funny, not like touched-in-the-head funny. He writes as though he is directly relating the story to the reader. He paints vivid pictures with his stories. Well, he draws interesting pictures too.
About the vasectomy part, I don't have nads (as I shall refer to them) because I'm a woman. But, I felt for them or him or both (or all three of them). Thanks to Rodney, my thinking about palm trees and Three Musketeers will now be post-his vasectomy. I'm not suppoded to eat chocolate given my migraines. So, maybe I should thank him and his ex-wife for ruining my favorite chocolate bar.
I bought his second book when I bought the first. I might quickly scan the book before reading to know whether or not I'll get another close up of his undercarriage. I'm good with nads in general but, maybe not when I'm eating. Remember that hair removal product created by the Australian woman for her very hairy daughters? Why didn't anyone tell her to change the product's name before selling it in the US.
Anyway, the book is funny, blunt, sarcastic and a bit off (in a good way). You might be offended if your sense of humor doesn't match that description. But, aren't you curious about the book? I say buy it. I'm sure his kids want to go to college. They might need some help too if/when they read the book. So, if you buy the book, you'll laugh and you'll be doing a good deed. College is expensive, therapy is too.