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There is a surprising lack of note from her contradicting the use of a plastic bag as a suitable children's toy.
My favourite aspects of 'The Bro Code for Parents' are Stinson's renditions of classic children's stories and songs. The only thing that disappointed me was that I was unable to locate the PDF file mentioned by Stinson. I've had this trouble in the past but it was simply an oversight on my part. My leg is not an appendage I appreciate being pulled. Overall, 'The Bro Code for Parents' was a very enjoyable listen. It is not recommended for the easily offended or dangerously literal.
The opinions expressed are mine and no monetary compensation was offered to me by the author or publisher. May 01, Shanon rated it it was amazing. Apr 30, Nathan Albright rated it really liked it Shelves: challenge This may be the worst parenting book of all time .
In looking at this book, I had a hard time thinking of any parenting advice in this book that I would want to take, and consider it pretty hilarious all the same. If you read this book expecting serious advice to parents and take the advice as something to follow, the results could be unpleasant.
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Likewise, if you are offended by the crass vulgarity of this book, you will probably not have a good time reading it. If you realize that there This may be the worst parenting book of all time . If you realize that there are a lot of people especially immature men who are like the fictive author of this book, then you can take the book as a sort of anthropological research project. This book almost encourages that you laugh at Barney Stinson for being such a troglodyte, even if that is not the most charitable responses towards an author and his work.
Really, though, as this book is very juvenile humor, you know going into this whether you appreciate that or not and can base your reading choice accordingly.
Bro Code for Parents: What to Expect When You're Awesome
As a whole, this book presupposes that you know the Bro Code and have at least the ability to stand the author's perspective about women and family, which is far from my own personal perspective. After an introduction where the author gives himself a good deal of unwarranted praise, this book is divided into four parts. The first part looks at how one gets pregnant. The second part of the book looks at how to deal with being pregnant. The third part of the book looks at early childhood, and the fourth and final part of the book examines toddlerhood.
The book is organized, therefore, in chronological fashion and contains a variety of spectacularly ill-suited advice including interview questions for nannies, inappropriate singalongs, and even advice for down the road, such as viewing one's daughter as old enough to date if you are attracted to some of her friends.
I felt bad about finding this book funny. Given that the book is completely devoid of factual or moral value, and that I find some of the author's advice repellent, the only value I can see from a book like this is its humor, and even that is a rather doubtful proposition.
Since I happen to know people who are not particularly dissimilar from the persona of the author--testament perhaps to my ability to get along with people who are very much unlike me--I found this to be a frightening look at their thinking process. That said, I do not wish to promote this book given that a great many people will not find this book funny and will find nothing of value in it whatsoever. If you are a person with remotely decent personal standards of morality and conduct, there is likely going to be a lot in this book that offends you, but the book will also be written from a point of view close to one's worldly male relatives and coworkers and future edge lords in training, which means that this is a book that puts on the outside what many people think and how many people would wish to act if they could, even in such times as our own.
Oct 16, Jessi rated it it was amazing. The fourth book in the Bro Code series takes a refreshing step away from picking up women. This is not to say it isn't still crude and overly sexual. It is in fact more graphic and vulgar than the other books in the series. This one made me laugh more. A lot of the jokes are downright offensive, but very funny. It could very easily offend many parents.
But, at the same time it has a lot to say that is truthful. The book has a good balance of idiotic comments that could only be made by The fourth book in the Bro Code series takes a refreshing step away from picking up women.
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The book has a good balance of idiotic comments that could only be made by a egotistical bachelor and notions that could only be recognized as fact by parents. There is a lot to skip in here too. Some of the jokes are too shallow to really have much humor and others don't seem to fit the theme. But all in all, it is a funny book, funnier to those with kids. Check it out if you enjoyed the Bro Code or the Playbook. Aug 20, Chris Edwards rated it really liked it. This book was so funny. So offside. Probably moreso if you know the character of Barney Stinson.
Favourite parts too many to list Screw up now and your child could spend the entirety of junior high crammed inside his locker because you thoug This book was so funny. Screw up now and your child could spend the entirety of junior high crammed inside his locker because you thought the name Gayden was, like, soooo cute.
Focusing on a trendy name might also cause professional embarassment for your child down the line.
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Noboby wants a lawyer named Cody or a doctor named Brooklyn Book was totally written from what Barney would say or do. I enjoyed the images and stories, along with the advice.
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Had some classic tales like "Goldieslut and the three Bros". My favorite nursery rhyme was "Jack and jill" : Jack and Jill went all the way To end their first blind date. Jack snuck home and failed to phone Till Jill found out she's late. View all 3 comments. Are you a parent or considering becoming a parent? If you answered yes to either of these questions, then this is the book for you! The audio version is narrated by Barney himself and is an awesome narration.gohu-takarabune.com/policy/cmo/wob-se-puede-rastrear.php
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Way to go NPH! I did get tired of it after a while, which is why I'm only giving it a 3. If you're a fan of the show, definitely check it out. May 07, David Meyer rated it really liked it. I'm probably not as awesome as the title would suggest - I just wanted to read the book. Like the other books in the Barney Stinson series, this is well written, witty, and stays very true to the character. The illustrations are few and far between, but add some great humor when used. Nov 13, Richelle rated it it was ok. Big fans of the character will like it, though. I did have at least one lol.
A humor book given to my husband, it was pretty much exactly what I expected. It has no real advice on raising babies or being pregnant, but is a fun bathroom read if you like Barney Stinson. The stars are for what it is, in that context. This book was okay. It wasn't as funny as was expecting it to be and my expectations weren't very high after The Bro Code. Feb 09, Rika Safrina rated it liked it Shelves: In fact, many parents are still unsure years and years later Just ask Mr and Mrs Bieber.
Feb 03, Crystal rated it liked it.