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PRE ORDER: Gilbert Gottfried’s Rubber Balls & Liquor

In Blog Exposure, Online on February 11, 2011 at 3:26 am

“Gilbert is the funniest man alive. He is the comic genius of our generation. This book proves he is the Picasso of the cubist dick joke.”
PENN JILLETTE

“More than a national treasure, he’s a secret weapon. If we had had Gilbert Gottfried in World War II, Hitler would have given up in 1942.”
STEPHEN KING ON GILBERT GOTTFRIED

“This book crosses the line of good taste. I loved it.”
JEFFREY ROSS

“One of the most touching, eye-opening historical accounts. One day I may even read it.”
HOWIE MANDEL

“This is definitely the loudest book I have ever read. It changed my life. After reading it, I decided to go through transgender surgery.”
BOB SAGET

“Truly the funniest book ever, by one of the funniest guys on the planet!”
PAUL SHAFFER, MUSICAL DIRECTOR, LATE SHOW WITH DAVID LETTERMAN


Publishers Weekly Review:
Comedian Gottfried goes for the jugular in his first humor book. As in George Carlin’s Brain Droppings, the author loves to goof on language, and he is equally outrageous, as is evident when one deciphers the transsexual pun disguised in the book’s title and the suggestive cover image. Gottfried free-associates, riffing in print with an improvisatory flair as wild as his standup routines. Blowjob and masturbation jokes punctuate a mix of memoir, angst-ridden anecdotes, and observational humor. Turning to self-mockery (“I have a face for voice-overs”), he tells how he landed the one-word role as the voice of the animated Aflac duck, and his fans will eagerly skip ahead to a chapter titled “Too Soon” about his now famous Friars Club performance two weeks after 9/11. Gottfried’s basic tactic is to deliver a dynamite line and top it with several surprises before reaching the end of each paragraph, building to guffaw-inducing jokes on almost every page. (Apr. 26)

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