nookbook Review: “Sh*t My Dad Says” by Justin Halpern

I first came across “Sh*t My Dad Says” on Twitter over a year ago and couldn’t stop laughing at this tweets. Sometimes they made me shake my head while chuckling and other times I laughed until I cried.

The past week has been rough so I decided to buy the nookbook, “Sh*t My Dad Says”, hoping to lighten the mood and get some laughs. Let me tell you…I was reading this while at work and there were times that I couldn’t stop laughing. (Thank goodness no one else was in the office at the time!) I continued reading it in bed when I got home and after 10 minutes of laughing and trying to read “Dad’s” comments back to my husband, he took my nook from me and told me “That’s enough of this for tonight!”

Here’s an example of some of the sh*t his dad says:

On Toilet Training
“You are four years old. You have to sh*t in the toilet. This is not one of those negotiations where we’ll go back and forth and find a middle ground. This ends with you sh*tting on the toilet.” (p. 13, “Sh*t My Dad Says”)

On Crying
“I had no problem with you crying. My only concern was with the snot that was coming out of your nose. Where does that go? On your hands, your shirt? That’s no good. Oh, Jesus, don’t start crying.” (p. 14, “Sh*t My Dad Says”)

I just finished this book an hour ago and I recommend it if you want a good laugh. However, I will warn you that this book does contain a number of expletives. If you don’t like reading/hearing cussing, this book may not be for you.

“Sh*t My Dad Says” is still priced at $9.99 which sounds a little high for 112 pages but it really is a funny book. If you’re not sure if you want to spend the $9.99, download a sample to see if you like it.

This is one book I know I’ll be going back to when I need a good laugh in the future.


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