Download Audiobook I’d Like to Play Alone, Please: Essays by Tom Segura in English

I'd Like to Play Alone, Please: Essays

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From Tom Segura, the massively profitable slapstick comedian and cohost of chart-topping podcasts 2 Bears 1 Cave and Your Mother’s Home, hilarious real-life tales of parenting, celeb encounters, youthful errors, misanthropy, and a lot extra.Tom Segura is thought for his twisted takes and irreverent comedic voice. However after a number of years of loopy excursions and churning out podcasts weekly, all whereas parenting two younger kids, he desperately wants a second to himself. It’s not that he hates his family and friends—he’s not a monster—he’s simply beat, which is why his son’s (ruthless) first full sentence, “I’d prefer to play alone, please”, has since change into his mantra. On this assortment of tales, Tom combines his signature curmudgeonly humor with a revealing have a look at a number of the ridiculous conditions that formed him and the ludicrous characters who all the time appear to hunt him out. The tales function hilarious anecdotes about Tom’s time on the highway, together with some surreal encounters with celebrities at airports; his unfiltered South American household; the trials and tribulations of parenting younger kids with bizarrely morbid pursuits; and, maybe most memorably, experiences along with his dad who, like several good Child Boomer father, loves to speak about his bowel actions and share graphic Vietnam tales at inappropriate moments. All of this is sufficient to make anybody need some peace and quiet. I might Wish to Play Alone, Please could have listeners laughing out loud and nodding in settlement with Segura’s message: In a world the place everyone seems to be more and more insane, typically you simply have to be alone.PLEASE NOTE: Whenever you buy this title, the accompanying PDF will likely be obtainable in your Audible Library together with the audio.  

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