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Dads Say the Dumbest Things: From the Labor Movement to the Weather Underground, One Family's Century of Conscience

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Fatherly expressions so dumb, they're funny.
Here's the perfect gift for the father who thinks he knows everything -- and the family that has to put up with him.
Dads Say the Dumbest Things! contains all of the mindless expressions and advice that fathers offer when they can't think of anything intelligent to say, like these:

I'm the boss and what I say goes.


Why? Because
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Paperback, 112 pages
Published April 15th 1990 by Meadowbrook (first published January 1st 1989)
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This was hilarious when I was 9! At 35, I cracked the occasional smile :)

Also, I never heard any of these when I was growing up!
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A cute collection of sayings that are funny because so many of us heard them growing up.
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I was born on June 1, 1941. My first home was an apartment in Manhattan's Upper West Side, a neighborhood that overlooked the George Washington Bridge. Soon after kindergarten, my family moved to Scarsdale, which seemed to be “in the country.” In high school, I broke my ankle when I went out for the lacrosse team, so I wrote a sports column for the school newspaper. I don't think I showed any ...more
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