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Following his first book of hilarious essays in My Custom Van, Michael Ian Black expands his commentary to the subject that has made him one of the most-followed celebrities on Twitter: his irreverent take on the joys of suburban family life.

In the tradition of Christian Lander’s hipster/yuppie-friendly bestselling catalog of observations in Stuff White People Like, Michael Ian Black delivers his unique brand of quirky, deadpan humor in this new collection of comedic essays. Now that Black has become the guy he swore he’d never be—a Yuppie A-Hole—he has a lot to say about his family life in suburbia, and he shares his incisive yet absurd observations with readers in Clappy as a Ham.

Chronicling his adventures from cruising the neighborhood for his inevitable future “divorce house” (despite being happily married) to listening to Lite FM and realizing he loves it, Black delivers his straightfaced musings with the same sardonic humor that has earned him a rabid cult following. Want to know the pros and cons of Kashi GoLean Crunch or why kindergarten recitals are so boring? Looking for tips for lying to your kids about Santa? Clever, dry, and laugh-out-loud funny, Clappy as a Ham will “blow your mind all over your face” just like My Custom Van.

Topics: Parenting

Published: Gallery Books on
ISBN: 9781439167953
List price: $13.99
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I don't believe that this "Michael Ian Black" guy is a real person. He sounds too much like Kemper. Probably the children in the story are just fictionalized versions of Kemper's cats...

So good job, Michael Kemper. I laughed myself silly reading this book. And I bet anyone who has dated, gotten married, and/or had kids (or well beloved cats) will grin at this un-pc (but real) roast on modern life.more

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I don't believe that this "Michael Ian Black" guy is a real person. He sounds too much like Kemper. Probably the children in the story are just fictionalized versions of Kemper's cats...

So good job, Michael Kemper. I laughed myself silly reading this book. And I bet anyone who has dated, gotten married, and/or had kids (or well beloved cats) will grin at this un-pc (but real) roast on modern life.more
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