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  • Fun read

    A great walk through life of dadhood. Gafigan is honest and very funny. He begins with life before kids and takes us on his journey to having five living in a two bedroom apartment in New York. He truly captures the hilarious things kids do and his responses to hischildren are equally funny.

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  • Great read

    As a father of 5 myself and very involved with raising my kids, as the author is I found this book very humorous and could relate to almost every topic/scenario. It probably helps that I have a similar sense of humor. I think most would find it hilarious. Required reading for any dad, especially if you have 3 or more kids.

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  • If you enjoy Jim Gaffigan's stand-up material then you will definitely enjoy this book! Amidst the jokes and funny stories there were actually a number of interesting insights concerning parenthood and marriage.

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  • A wee chortle

    I cannot possibly relate to the trials and tribulations of the writer in relation to volume of kids, but I do have five kids embodied by one son and could totally relate to many of his experiences. I snort-laughed on more than one occasion, as will anyone who is trying to raise kids in an urban environment. I wish the Gaffigans much success in their quest for a bigger apartment.

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  • Dad is Fat

    This was a quick read that will ring true for anyone that has raised children.

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