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There s no doubt that as a stand up comedian Jerry Seinfeld is hilarious His material is fantastic and his television show is one of the best of all time This book is meant to capture his stand up in writing in the form of what is essentially a collection of short jokes Because of this the book is a very fast read and is easy to pick back up on after being set down I love Seinfeld However without his signature delivery style his material however hilarious it may be just doesn t feel right In the introduction Seinfeld encourages readers to imagine the inflection and pauses as though he was performing it right in front of them Although this is fun to do in the end the reader does not forget that they are reading a book rather than attending a stand up show Don t get me wrong the jokes are extremely clever His observations are easy to relate to and read I chuckled in uite a few spots and I would still recommend this book to any one of my friends Just don t expect the full Seinfeld experience because without him telling ou the jokes himself they just aren t complete This is so dated and kind of terrible because of it I received it as a joke Christmas present over a decade ago and figured I d knock it out As Zack pointed out it s a uniue kind of book that he doesn t see much of any slim light content if published today might just be a series of blogs belongs in a bathroom at best There s a reason why it s called stand up comedy because when American Poetry you sit down and try to read it it s not as funny as whenou hear itBTW I m a huge fan of Seinfeld and Jerry himself so my review s just OK not because I don t get his sense of humour I do but I m not buying it wrapped in a book form It s hard to describe this one as a book You know those few minutes at the beginning and at the end of the Seinfeld Sitcom shows when Jerry gives some Stand Up Comedy sketches This book is just a collection of those sketches Peo I loved Seinfeld s show so much I love his sense of humor the way it s sassy and offensive and hilarious and while I appreciated his funny bits in the show I don t think it worked as well in this bookI think it would ve been better if this book was a collection of his essays or something like that because these uick shots even if they were grouped together because they addressed the same topic seemed chaotic OR I think this is one of those that would ve worked PERFECTLY as an audiobookHis jokes have a lot of stereotypes in them which I noticed in the show as well It s also written in 1993 but most of it still applies to relationships today Seinfeld s main topic and Every Good Girl you can see how he inspired a lot of the current stand up comediansHe has a way of delivering the jokes that add to its hilarity that whenou just read it in a book it loses some of that impact and meaning For me this book was an inbetweener It helpe. Em O melhor livro sobre nada Seinfeld conta tudo sobre canibais sorvete penteados de papagaio contorno de cadáveres decores e sapatos super homem pedaços grandes de pão comportamentos básicos em encontros emergências sexuais puxa puxa sobrancelhas de.

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D lighten the load between Hawking s A Brief History Of Time and an anthology of existentialist thought titled Existentialism And lighten the load it did I read just a couple pages each time I came to it and put it down with a cheerful and breathable outlookEveryone knows Seinfeld s humor if A Sixpenny Christmas you don t I don t want to knowou anysimple as thatjust leave He cracks jokes about everyday things that we take for granted and helps us see the absurdity of what we accept as normality and common sense A running joke on his sitcom Seinfeld is that it is a show about nothing the irony being that it is about everything little that happens in our lives and not any one big happening His plots never go anywhere in the strict sense of narrative progress but they explore the everywhere and find in it the irony and wonder of being I truly believe we all need this sense of the hilarious mundane Reading his jokes helps me even if for a moment not to be so consumed with restlessly prodding along the cosmic epic of my life and to embrace the moment by moment joy and laughter that I can experience if I just open up my eyes Not that Seinfeld s humor always celebrates beauty and love it also rejoices in the madness and destruction of the idiot and that is funny too no Who doesn t at least inwardly jump at a chance to call someone stupid especially when that someone is us and I think this urge helps us better define the boundaries of what we consider practicalimpractical or wiseunwise The margins of our sanity can be a frightening zone to explore but cognitively scoping out these borders can keep us from wondering too close in deed Thus comedy is a safety valve of sorts allowing us to test the waters of danger in theory not reality That s why I like to say humor is soft danger or soft fear Humor is fear on weed And that statement is weed on weedAnd now for a few examples from the book that had me rolling I couldn t be a maid I wouldn t have a good attitude If I was a maid at someone s house I d find them wherever they were in the house Oh I suppose Last of the Few you couldn t do thisNo no don t get up let me clean upour filthNo My Darling, My Hamburger you couldn t dust that s just too tough isn t it Don t even try to help me You rest Saveour energy so Love Virtually you can turn this place back into a filthy stinking hole when I leave Of course we all try and save time Cutting corners little short cuts But no matter how much timeou save at the end of Our Island Guide your life there s no extra time saved up You ll be going What doou mean there s no time I had a microwave oven Velcro sneakers a clip on tie Where is that time But there isn t any So I was on this plane where it was this flight attendant s first day on the job but they didn t have a uniform for her et And that really makes a big difference I mean now it s just some regular person coming over to ou going Would ou mind bringing. Siguais empregadas mulheres em matadouros bolsos no paletó de pijama macacos no espaço cabelo na manhã seguinte relacionamentos mussarela sanduíches de atum de aeroporto cartões de congratulações em branco sinais para camisinhas Ginsu 2000 disposit.

Your seatback all the way up I turned around Who the hell are ou And then she goes Well I m the flight attendant Oh تعلم jQuery فى 120 دقيقة yeah Then I m the pilot Why don tou sit down I m about to bring her in I had some good laughs but not as I could have had if Seinfeld itself would read it I like it it was funny and easy It can mske somebody s day Of course is better to watch him But if Damian (The Caine Brothers you are travelling andou want to pass a good time this is a good reading This is simply a collection of several bits from Jerry Seinfeld s comic notebook Most fans of the TV show Seinfeld or of Seinfeld s stand up act will recognize these bits That doesn t make them any less funny This is one of the only books I have ever laughed at while reading it In my mind I could hear Jerry s voice saying these bits and it was like my own personal Jerry Seinfeld stand up act Let me preface this review by saying that I think Jerry Seinfeld is hilarious I have watched Seinfeld episodes by the gallon and never seem to tire of them And I always watch the comedy segment at the end because he is so clever and everyone seems to be having such a good timeHowever something about his humor style translates very poorly to a book I don t know what it is But I read the entire thing front to back and counted one uiet chuckle and two smirks Seinfeld acknowledges this shortcoming himself in the introduction reminding the reader that he has done his part to make the comedy and the rest is up to Driven by Desire you Jerry Seriously You putour comedy sketches in a book word for word and ou expect us to expend actual effort to make them funny That s absurd I don t read comedy for mental excercise I read it because it s funny There are lots of authors who can make me laugh by reading Scott Adams and John Hodgman come to mind The book gets two stars Jerry gets one star But I m not going to uit watching him on TV 35 starsI love Jerry Seinfeld s comedy and of course I loved Seinfeld the show I know there are some people out there who have no chemistry with the show s humor but I m one of those it fits perfectly I went into this book wondering if it was a musing on life or a mini bio but found it was none of this It s SeinLanguage pieces of Seinfeld s comedy written on page rather than acted on stageThe humor is good it works he writes well but it d be better to sit and watch him perform It s identical in format to his stand up comedy pieces These are funnier to see him state and pause and motion his hands and face expressions rather than read Humor in text can be hard stuff to get acrossDivided into Freeway of Love funny stuff on relationships Personal Maintenance as he points out women aren t afraid to pour hot wax on our legs and rip our hair out but we freak over spiders Paldom Shut up and drive Job Security The thing is the thing Out and back The Ride of our lifeI m happy to Ivos de segurança para casamentos sala de esperam todos os biscoitos bonecos tarados de ventrílouo roupas de banho do papai moda futurista sexo paterno tornozelos brancos passeios de pônei educação física escotismo comida de avião sobras de sabonet.

Jerome Allen Jerry Seinfeld born April 29 1954 is an American comedian actor and writer whose style is often described as observational comedy He is best known for playing a semi fictional version of himself in the situation comedy Seinfeld 1989 1998 which he co created helped write and in the show's final two seasons executive produced In his first major foray back into the media