It’s profane. It’s crass. It’s very funny. And it’s absent any semblance of political correctness, which in this day and age of having PC rammed down our throats, is quite refreshing.
About anyone who reads this – and can look beyond the pervasive profanity – is likely to develop an affection for the author’s father. The anecdotes shared portray the genuine bonds of father/son love, a unique love in its own right. And in these profanity-laced and often hilarious stories of this father and son duo are some gems that at their core offer real wisdom about life that the young (and the old) should consider.
That being said, those out there who can’t get beyond foul language will likely fail to find the humor and the wisdom in these stories