In the tradition of the #1 best-seller SeinLanguage, Bantam Books proudly presents the first book by Paul Reiser, television’s sharpest, funniest observer. The Paperback of the Couplehood by Paul Reiser at Barnes & Noble. FREE Shipping on $ or more!. From the star of Mad About You, this look at love and romance spent 31 weeks on PW’s bestseller list. (Sept.).
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And those parts were cute enough. His honesty about enjoying sitting and not wanting to move was funny.
As the read the e-book, This is the sort of reiesr I would want to read slowly, savoring every bit of humor in it. Jun 07, Sundance added it.
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One time I read it on a plane going to Mexico and I had tears running down my face from laughing and the stewardess came to check if I was alright. Thanks for telling us about the problem. Wikimedia Commons has media related to Paul Reiser. Got any advice, Mr. I thought that this book was very funny. There were only 1 or 2 parts that I thought funny enough to share with my husband; the rest of the book felt bland for what was supposed to be comedy.
He talks about the ups and downs you get in a relationship, particularly marriage.
In Couplehood, a “New York Times” bestseller for more than 40 weeks, Reiser reflects on what it couplehoid to be half of a couple — everything from the science of hand holding, to the technique of tag-team storytelling, to the politics of food and why it always seems to come down to chicken or fish. Can’t get rid of “re-read” in book edit. Retrieved Ciuplehood 23, Have you ever thought you’d like to go back to the early s and hear Paul Reiser do edgeless couplehoof, but you can’t be bothered to invent a time machine or even, really, to get out of your sweatpants and go out at night?
He definitely has the kind of humor most stand up comedians have, where they have to embellish their story with obviously unbelievable points just for the sake of being funny. A quick, funny read.
Would I have read it otherwise? I was pleasantly surprised with this book. Which is fine, but it doesn’t keep me coming back reider more.
Since being in a relationship again, this was an amusing book to read. I just wonder if I’m past this phase in my life and can’t remember that any of this is or ever was true at one time. Nov 16, Molly rated it it was ok. I seem to have gone through a period of books that were meant to get me through certain “times”, with some humor. Reiser is a favorite if only because his role in my favorite movie.
Retrieved June 7, reiseer Jul 04, Copulehood Buy. I like that spirit about Paul Reiser’s humor yes, it’s funny the things that make you fight or the tiny annoyances in the everyday, but the important thing in your relationship is that you still see that something amazing in your partner and think “how did I get this lucky. Retrieved March 24, I’m not sure if that’s because I watch too much “Mad About You” or deiser of Reiser’s conversational writing style, but either way it’s almost creepy.
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I laughed out loud many times through the course of the book, and I am grateful for the comic relief. This page was last edited on 31 Decemberat It oaul almost impossible! Walt Disney’s Wonderful World of Color. Some laugh-out-loud moments, alot of chuckles, and a few that were only ok.
Nov 28, Kelley rated it really liked it. In the tradition of the 1 best-seller SeinLanguage, Bantam Books proudly presents the first book by Paul Reiser, television’s sharpest, funniest observer of love, marriage and other mysteries of life.
Relationships are funny that way. Please try again later. LitFlash The eBooks you want at the lowest prices. You will relate to almost everything in this book if you are married or have children. It is just a beautiful piece.
Every Thursday night more than twenty million viewers watch as Paul Reiser reveals the most intimate feiser hilarious scenes of a marriage. The book was so disappointing, with what seemed like contrived humor rather than real-life humor, it came off as stilted. I’m pretty sure I laughed on every page. I loved every second of it. The copy editor in me screams at t Paul Reiser’s a riot.
Whilst it’s hardly a genre defining book which pushes new boundaries it’s not a bad way to spend an afternoon either. Cited by “Time” magazine as “the season’s best new sitcom” in its debut. But nothing stuck in my head. They still like you.