Wednesday, November 10, 2010

Adam Carolla is a tool

Adam Carolla. Name ring a bell? Barely I'm sure. He's a huge tool who used to be the co-host of Loveline, a call in radio show where people talk about their love/sex problems with he and Dr. Drew Pinsky. He was also a host on something called The Man Show, where a bunch of men sat around, b*tched, and drank beer. And watched women with large breasts jump around. Now he's written a book called "In Fifty Years We'll All Be Chicks", because apparently men aren't man enough anymore. Dude, you should have written this 10 years ago when "metrosexual" was the new word. You're behind the times, which isn't exactly surprising for this no career having douche bag. Oh Adam, so many pilots, none of them picked up. Harsh? Yes. But not nearly as harsh as he. In a recent interview on Popeater, he explains that he doesn't agree with welfare, specifically free lunches for underprivileged children, even though he himself and his family were on welfare when he was a child. I know a lot of people like this. People who complain about the violence on the border while they themselves do the drugs the violence is about. People who complain about those who receive food stamps or Medicaid, though they themselves, AS ADULTS, got food stamps, or Medicaid for themselves and their children.

But my favorite part from the excerpt that I read, because believe me, I didn't buy it and would be more likely to buy George W. Bush's book before his, is complaining about men who are best friends with their wife. I take personal offense to this. My husband IS my best friend, and I'd like to think that he'd say the same about me. Maybe that's lame or cheesy or not "man enough" for *cough cough* ADAM COROLLA (who by the way, was on Dancing with the Stars. Just sayin'). According to him, not only should a man's wife not be his best friend, she shouldn't even be in his top five. Because "your best friend is the guy you go to to b*tch about your wife getting fat". For all the talk he does about how men shouldn't act like women, he certainly enjoys doing the thing that men say women do too much, which is B*TCH.

I get it, I get it, he's a "comedian". He wrote this book for shock factor because he can't get a tv show. But that's the saddest part of it all. He's not even funny. Just reiterating the same rude stuff he has for years. But judging from the reviews on Amazon, I guess that's what men like.


Hey Barbie said...

A very true post. Personally, I've never heard of him. Although, you made a major point with this; he is a douche-bag lol!

Unlikely Oilfield Wife said...

Barbie, I can handle douche bags, just not ones without an original thought LOL. It makes me so happy to hear that you haven't heard of him lol! Hope your new job is going well!!

Papa Escobar said...

Don't mince words Heather. Tell us what you really think. LOL

So would you like a copy of Decision Points for Christmas? Nah.

slow panic said...

I remember him. He's a moron.

Unlikely Oilfield Wife said...

@Papa Escobar, can you tell I'm not real fond of this guy LOL?

I told husband last night, "as a joke, we should get your dad The Joy Behar Show on DVD". Not that funny of a joke though LOL! See y'all soon!

Unlikely Oilfield Wife said...

@slowpanic, absolutely. Luckily it doesn't seem the book has gotten him too much attention.