Daddy, Stop Talking! And Other Things My Kids Want But


Daddy, Stop Talking! And Other Things My Kids Want But Won't Be Getting The comedian, actor, television host, podcast king, and New York Times bestselling author of President Me, Not Taco Bell Material, and In Fifty Years We ll All Be Chicks now lays down the law on the plight of the modern parentParents, do you often think that if your kids had to grow up the way you did without iPads,inch flatscreen TVs, American Girl dolls, and wifi in the climate controlled minivan that they might actually be better off Do you feel underappreciated or ignored Do you worry you re raising a bunch of spoiled softies who will never know how to do anything themselves because you do everything for them If you answered yes to any of these questions, you need Daddy, Stop TalkingAdam rips parenthood a new one, telling it straight about what adults must do if they don t want to have to support their kids forever Using his own crappy childhood as a cautionary tale, and touting the pitfalls of the kind of helicopter parenting so pervasive today, Daddy, Stop Talking is the only parenting book you should ever read Here, too, is sage advice to Adam s own kids and to future parents on what matters most dating drinking and drugs buying your first house and car puberty and what kind of assholes his kids and yours should avoid becoming Even if his own son and daughter pretty much ignore everything he says, you shouldn t And you re welcome Again ☉ [PDF / Epub] ☆ Book Lover By Jennifer Kaufman ❤ – 9facts.co.uk actor ❮Epub❯ ➣ Secret Delivery / Her 24-Hour Protector ➢ Author Delores Fossen – 9facts.co.uk television host [BOOKS] ⚣ Kholodovs Last Mistress Author Kate Hewitt – 9facts.co.uk podcast king ➿ Wicked Sinner (Regency Sinners 7) Gratuit ➶ Auteur Carole Mortimer – 9facts.co.uk and New York Times bestselling author of President Me ❮Read❯ ➪ If the Stiletto Fits... Author Wendy Etherington – 9facts.co.uk Not Taco Bell Material [PDF] ✑ What Phoebe Wants (Harlequin Flipside, By Cindi Myers – 9facts.co.uk and In Fifty Years We ll All Be Chicks now lays down the law on the plight of the modern parentParents [Download] ➵ Ruthlessly Royal (Self-Made Millionaires Author Robyn Donald – 9facts.co.uk do you often think that if your kids had to grow up the way you did without iPads,inch flatscreen TVs [PDF] ✍ An Amish Family Christmas ✸ Marta Perry – 9facts.co.uk American Girl dolls ❰Read❯ ➭ Interrupted Lullaby Author Dana R. Lynn – 9facts.co.uk and wifi in the climate controlled minivan that they might actually be better off Do you feel underappreciated or ignored Do you worry you re raising a bunch of spoiled softies who will never know how to do anything themselves because you do everything for them If you answered yes to any of these questions [EPUB] ✷ Gift-Wrapped Governess By Sophia James – 9facts.co.uk you need Daddy [Read] ➬ Vows of Revenge ➵ Dani Collins – 9facts.co.uk Stop TalkingAdam rips parenthood a new one ❰Read❯ ➵ Not a Fairy Tale Author Romy Sommer – 9facts.co.uk telling it straight about what adults must do if they don t want to have to support their kids forever Using his own crappy childhood as a cautionary tale [PDF / Epub] ✅ The Midwife and the Single Dad By Gill Sanderson – 9facts.co.uk and touting the pitfalls of the kind of helicopter parenting so pervasive today [Reading] ➷ Small-Town Billionaire ➭ Renee Andrews – 9facts.co.uk Daddy ❰Read❯ ➲ A Convenient Marriage Author Maggie Cox – 9facts.co.uk Stop Talking is the only parenting book you should ever read Here ➵ [Read] ➱ A French Pirouette By Jennifer Bohnet ➿ – 9facts.co.uk too [EPUB] ✻ The Doctors Courageous Bride Author Dianne Drake – 9facts.co.uk is sage advice to Adam s own kids and to future parents on what matters most dating drinking and drugs buying your first house and car puberty and what kind of assholes his kids and yours should avoid becoming Even if his own son and daughter pretty much ignore everything he says ➳ [Reading] ➶ The Demure Miss Manning By Amanda McCabe ➩ – 9facts.co.uk you shouldn t And you re welcome Again


About the Author: Adam Carolla

Adam Carolla is an American radio personality, television host, comedian, and actor He is currently the host of The Adam Carolla Show, a talk show distributed as a podcast.Carolla is also known as being the co host of the radio show Loveline from 1995 to 2005 and its television incarnation on MTV from 1996 to 2000 , as the co host of the television program The Man Show 1999 2004 , and as the co creator and performer on the television program Crank Yankers 2002 2007.Carolla has been featured in television shows, talk radio shows, films appearing in both independent films and those of the major film studios , internet media, podcasts, and other media outlets.



10 thoughts on “Daddy, Stop Talking! And Other Things My Kids Want But Won't Be Getting

  1. Darcy Darcy says:

    I know that there are people that don t like Adam Carolla, but I find him funny He is not PC, doesn t make any apologies for that and tells things like how he sees them There were times I laughed at what he said in this one, times I disagreed, but somehow found myself smiling still I think what I really like about listening to his books is that often when narrating the books he goes off on an odd tangent ranting, talking to whoever is in the studio with him Those are some of the best things I know that there are people that don t like Adam Carolla, but I find him funny He is not PC, doesn t make any apologies for that and tells things like how he sees them There were times I laughed at what he said in this one, times I disagreed, but somehow found myself smiling still I think what I really like about listening to his books is that often when narrating the books he goes off on an odd tangent ranting, talking to whoever is in the studio with him Those are some of the best things in the book Love him or hate him, you will end up laughing in this one

  2. Douglas Douglas says:

    Mr Carolla can be funny, but he truly needs an editor He can t just write down every thought he has, and needn t share his bodily functions.

  3. Jason Shinkunas Jason Shinkunas says:

    My expectations for this one were low considering how fast Carolla has been pumping these out and how disappointed I was with his last one, President Me But this was fantastic from start to finish, with the jokes expertly crafted and coming hard just about every sentence There werelaughs per page than a vintage 30 Rock episode Besides being funny, the advice was practical, and it had just the right amount of heart sprinkled in I feel like even the Carolla haters out there would reall My expectations for this one were low considering how fast Carolla has been pumping these out and how disappointed I was with his last one, President Me But this was fantastic from start to finish, with the jokes expertly crafted and coming hard just about every sentence There werelaughs per page than a vintage 30 Rock episode Besides being funny, the advice was practical, and it had just the right amount of heart sprinkled in I feel like even the Carolla haters out there would really enjoy this if they gave it a shot

  4. Stephen Stephen says:

    I can t remember why I got this book from the library I suspect an automated website recommendation based on my browsing I suspect that fact reveals why we can still rely on human word of mouth recommendations In any event, I was probably looking for something light and funny to read There s definitely not any substance to this book, so it fits the light fare bill Funny Sidetrack I m surprised because of his apparent popularity that I ve never really encountered Adam Carolla s career I can t remember why I got this book from the library I suspect an automated website recommendation based on my browsing I suspect that fact reveals why we can still rely on human word of mouth recommendations In any event, I was probably looking for something light and funny to read There s definitely not any substance to this book, so it fits the light fare bill Funny Sidetrack I m surprised because of his apparent popularity that I ve never really encountered Adam Carolla s career before I didn t know who he was I can t say our introduction has been happily welcomed So funny Not for me I m not keen on loud mouthed, insult laden, wit bypassed humor It feels like and seeing his podcast is ber popular he opens his mouth and any and everything may come streaming out wherein, statistically, something funny may occasionally erupt in between anger infused, fact meager, low brow rambling Unfortunately, I found this to be a tiresome formula blah blah blah stupid jagoffs blah blah blah it s my parents fault etc.I m writing this since I don t understand why there aren tlow reviews, so I m working through my dislike Perhaps it s that I didn t have any context going in He s rambling about this show or that thing about his personality the Ace Man him is a car guy ok and it s just empty filler for me Perhaps it comes across as narcissistic irrelevance that he s tired of paying for everything and therefore having the right to complain about it and we readers with minimal life similarities are supposed to find this hilarious Everything else was just kind of semi autobiography with examples how I wouldn t want to weakly parent with my wife In conclusion, he admits he s an angry guy and, for me, that s mostly how it reads not funny, just sad Alternatively, it reads like something that was adapted by some stand up comedy that only a really drunk, debauched crowd would occasionally laugh at The last 3 or so pages 1.2% of content would have made a good essay with wise words on how much he loves his kids and what s important in life But I ve rarely read a humor genre book with so little enjoyment, and if Adam Carolla has taught me anything, it s not to waste your life on things you don t enjoy

  5. Jay Jay says:

    In short, uncomfortably funny, to me The overuse of profanity and the general trashing of his own parents are not what I d consider highlights, but he has some funny bits here, some that seem very familiar to this Dad of two kids I listened on audio, and this has to be the best way to experience this book Carolla apparently goes off script a number of times, conversing with his producer and bringing his kids to the studio to have their say on how they were raised Many years ago I enjoyed C In short, uncomfortably funny, to me The overuse of profanity and the general trashing of his own parents are not what I d consider highlights, but he has some funny bits here, some that seem very familiar to this Dad of two kids I listened on audio, and this has to be the best way to experience this book Carolla apparently goes off script a number of times, conversing with his producer and bringing his kids to the studio to have their say on how they were raised Many years ago I enjoyed Carolla s radio show online, and this was like a cable version of his old show, rants and all I suspect this is an acquired taste, so ymmv

  6. Denise Spicer Denise Spicer says:

    Supposedly about parenting but includes various miscellaneous ramblings, some amusing, many just crude, so probably not worth the time except for diehard fans Ends on a positive note though p 327 that being a parent is the greatest success and final piece of fatherly advice..,, is to have kids and love them as much as I love you which was sweet.

  7. Ru Ru says:

    Hilarious book from the tangential mind of Adam Carolla Daddy, Stop Talking Other Things My Kids Want But Won t Be Getting is kind of a weird memoir, mixed in with a parental guide in the 21st century Of course, it wouldn t be complete without Carolla s timely and irreverent sense of humor, sardonic from the first page to the last And that s a good thing.This book is not far removed from any of Carolla s previous books in the memoir sense, though one could make the case President Me wa Hilarious book from the tangential mind of Adam Carolla Daddy, Stop Talking Other Things My Kids Want But Won t Be Getting is kind of a weird memoir, mixed in with a parental guide in the 21st century Of course, it wouldn t be complete without Carolla s timely and irreverent sense of humor, sardonic from the first page to the last And that s a good thing.This book is not far removed from any of Carolla s previous books in the memoir sense, though one could make the case President Me was a departure from that pattern Carolla mixes in his observational comedy with stories about his own life, the life of his parents, wife and kids, and friends, and the result is a often relatable form of entertainment, at least it was for me The bottom line is that someone who doesn t like Carolla, or any of his previous works, isn t going to like this book, most likely That s not to say it s only for Carolla fans, but it s probably only appealing for fans of his dry sense of humor.The real fun of this book are the stories about Carolla s kids In my opinion, kids are natural, unintentional comedians, and Carolla kind of capitalizes on this by recounting various situations he finds himself in with them and their mother Part of me thinks they might be aghast by some of the stories when they get older, but there s no harm or malice behind any of them Further, I don t think these tales are limited to parents enjoyment He sets up the stories with enough general background information to make them a complete experience unto themselves, which is great.It s always a welcome thing when expectations are met, or exceeded, by a book, and this book certainly accomplished both for me I found myself laughing out loud or at least chuckling at times, to the point where I had wished this book was longer But, that ll just build anticipation for Adam Carolla s next book

  8. Heather Heather says:

    Probably my least favorite Carolla book, but still decent As always, he is fairly anti PC The weakest part of the book was the first half It mostly contained complaining about his entitled wife and kids are in general I think if he had presented this booklike

  9. Robyn Markow Robyn Markow says:

    Adam Ace Carolla is a very smart as well as funny guy and I ve read all his books I don t agree with everything he writes like the tired stereotype that women drivers are not as good as male drivers though I expect he s pulling our leg a lot the time But,In short,I got quite a few laughs and wisdom from this very tall guy Carolla does tend to rant a bit but if you ve ever listened to his podcast,that s his shtick In this book,he focuses on writing to his 9 year old fraternal twins,Sonny Adam Ace Carolla is a very smart as well as funny guy and I ve read all his books I don t agree with everything he writes like the tired stereotype that women drivers are not as good as male drivers though I expect he s pulling our leg a lot the time But,In short,I got quite a few laughs and wisdom from this very tall guy Carolla does tend to rant a bit but if you ve ever listened to his podcast,that s his shtick In this book,he focuses on writing to his 9 year old fraternal twins,Sonny and Natalia who are cute and remind me a bit of my niece and nephew who are also boy girl twins To be honest,I hope he and his wife hide this book from them since a lot of it has to do with some rather adult subjects However,The Aceman s heart is definitely in the right place and his observations are hilarious as well as thoughtful A fast read I loved the cover P.S I d give this book 4 stars but it needed some editing

  10. Randee Randee says:

    I think Adam Carolla is a pretty smart and funny guy I have not seen him do stand up or any of his TV shows, but I ve listened to some of his podcasts My friend also loaned me an audio tape of his book President Me which was even funnier than this book Adam sounds like he is well grounded, has common sense and his kids are lucky to have a father like him Even though the tone is humorous, he makes it pretty clear that spoiling kids make for rotten, unhappy adults No matter how wealthy a pa I think Adam Carolla is a pretty smart and funny guy I have not seen him do stand up or any of his TV shows, but I ve listened to some of his podcasts My friend also loaned me an audio tape of his book President Me which was even funnier than this book Adam sounds like he is well grounded, has common sense and his kids are lucky to have a father like him Even though the tone is humorous, he makes it pretty clear that spoiling kids make for rotten, unhappy adults No matter how wealthy a parent is, I do not believe they are showering their children with kindness to buy them a car or pay 100% of their college education You appreciate what you, yourself, have earned rather than what has been given This makes for a happier person who has better self esteem and pride in working to achieve their goals Whether one agrees or disagrees with Carolla, he has well thought out opinions that he ensconces in a humorous way

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