Tuesday, August 4, 2015

REVIEW: Diary of a Jackwagon by Tim Hawkins

REVIEW: Diary of a Jackwagon by Tim Hawkins

{About the Book}

Popular Christian comedian Tim Hawkins shares his hilarious perspective on life in the 21st century. In this wide-ranging, long-awaited book, comedian Tim Hawkins holds forth on everything from family, culture, and music to church, parenting, and education. Readers will enjoy laughing their way through the book, always feeling good about the clean and sometimes inspiring material they are laughing at. Chapters include riffs on marital communication (marriage needs a challenge flag, like in pro football) aging (the diabolical orifice witch hunt), worship music (pick the right key, because I'm not Barry White and I'm not a Bee Gee), and fatherhood (There are no manuals for parenting. Color-coded warning labels or open-ended prescriptions would be just as helpful.) For fans of Jim Gaffigan's Dad Is Fat and Food: A Love Story, Tim Hawkins' hilarious first book reveals that for life's many difficulties, laughter is the best medicine--when there aren't any pills left.

{My Review}

Everybody knows that I am a huge Tim Hawkins fan and I was utterly estatic when I heard he had written a book. Tim Hawkins is known for his stand-up comedy making fun of homeschoolers, different church denominations, and Mormons alike. If you haven't seen any of his videos then I recommend after yoou finish reading my review that you go to YouTube and check him out. Diary of Jackwagon encompasses all of Tim's comedy and shows us that laughter is important and reitorates what the Scripture says, "Laughter does good like medicine."

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