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Full Frontal Stupidity

3.8 of 5 stars 3.80  ·  rating details  ·  10 ratings  ·  3 reviews
Praise for Full Frontal Stupidity
"Parham is at the very top echelon of American humorists, equal to Dave Barry or David Sedaris on their best day."
Linton Robinson (Editor, My Funny Valentine)

Humor columnist Barry Parham is back, launching his latest salvo of hilarious, thought-provoking, take-no-prisoners observations.

on being single...
"Single guys buy milk in small, manag
Paperback, 312 pages
Published April 26th 2012 by PM Productions (first published April 25th 2012)
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May 02, 2012 Barry Parham rated it 5 of 5 stars  ·  (Review from the author)
Not bad, I suppose. But then, I wrote it.
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I waited with feigned patience for my copy of “Full Frontal Stupidity” to arrive. Each day when I heard the mail truck I went out to meet it. Then the day came. I walked out to the truck just as the postman was scanning a bubble wrap envelope. “Oh, I know what that is,” I said. “That’s the book I’ve been waiting on.”

“Oh, you’re going to read?” he asked.

I resisted the urge to say, “Oh heavens, no! I buy them there books and hold ‘em up to my forehead like Johnny Carson used to do when he did that
My favorite moments felt like sarcastic emails from my witty friends, but I'd probably prefer reading these in weekly column form to all together in a book as they, at times, felt repetitive.
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Barry Parham is the award-winning author of humor columns, essays and short stories. He is a recovering software freelancer and a music fanatic.

Parham is the author of the 2009 sleeper, "Why I Hate Straws," his debut collection of humor and satire including the award-winning stories, 'Going Green, Seeing Red' & 'Driving Miss Conception.'

In October 2010, Parham published "Sorry, We Can't Use Fu
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