I'll Mature When I'm Dead: Dave Barry's Amazing Tales of Adulthood
The New York Times bestse;;er from "the funniest man in America" (New York Times). Not everyone has to be dragged kicking and screaming through adulthood. Let Pulitzer Prizewinning humorist and nationally unrecognized voice of maturity Dave Barry make the journey a little easier-and a lot... show more
The New York Times bestse;;er from "the funniest man in America" (New York Times). Not everyone has to be dragged kicking and screaming through adulthood. Let Pulitzer Prizewinning humorist and nationally unrecognized voice of maturity Dave Barry make the journey a little easier-and a lot funnier-with his hilarious takes on parenting, changing self-image, the battle of the sexes, technology, health care, celebrityhood-and even vampires!
Publish date: April 5th 2011
Publisher: Berkley Trade
Pages no: 288
Edition language: English
There. I added the much-needed "rereading" shelf to my options. If I were a true nerd, I'd have "re-rereading" and "re-re-rereading" shelves; but I've never been one of those people who knows exactly how many times I've read a book. When it comes to keeping track of that kind of thing, I'm like one ...
Dave Barry! Dave Barry! Dave Barry! The lame IT guy at my old job kept going on and on about Dave Barry, so of course I wanted nothing to do with him (Either of them, but mostly Barry). How funny could he be, especially since he was being recommended by a mundane white dude who sat simpering and gur...
Most of the chapters/sections were feeling like they'd been done by Dave times before. And this book is more PG-13 than some of his other books just so you know.The best part of this one was "Fangs of Endearment: A Vampire Novel"(Twilight parody). Do NOT, under any circumstances, drink anything whil...
When I read Dave Barry I anticipate making a fool of myself through random explosive guffaws. I did so a great many times. Mr. Barry has outdone his Pulitzer-winning newspaper columns in his new "whatever wordcount I want, hah!" freedom. His "Vampire Novel" should be required reading for all aspi...
Dave Barry is a self-proclaimed dork, but he's OUR dork, and we love him. I got plenty of smirks, chuckles, and guffaws from this book, along with some more serious, reflective moments. Eighteen pieces on everything from dance recitals to colonoscopies. I enjoyed every one except "24: The Ultimate ...
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