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Summary

Debuted and currently #4 on the New York Times audio bestseller list!

Fifty-something David Spade is letting it all hang out. Older (yes), wiser (debatable), in A Polaroid Guy in a Snapchat World, the actor, comedian, and SNL alum reflects on his life then and now through a series of candid and hysterical (and occasionally cringe-worthy) takes on everything from why it’s getting harder to date younger women, to what it’s like being a dad now, to suddenly being the “old guy” on set. 

Whether he’s musing on the alarming ease of breaking up over text (he’s done it), feuding with a teenage Internet celebrity (spoiler alert, he lost), or dealing with the friend from high school who became his full-time plus-one, when the star of Joe Dirt and Just Shoot Me unleashes his biting wit and dirty mind on the general freakiness of middle-age, he’s in a league of his own (not to be confused with A League of Their Own). 

Written and performed for the Audible experience, Spade’s new comic memoir takes listeners along for the sometimes embarrassing and always hilarious ride of getting older in our fleeting “Snapchat World”. 

**This product features adult language and themes** 

©2018 David Spade (P)2018 Audible Originals, LLC.

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Very funny!

Excellent entertainment from start to finish. As good as, if not better than his first audiobook “almost interesting”

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Wonderful and Intruiging.

I love this book, but I must get back to my thirty something life which I feel better about now.

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A Riot of a Laugh..

This is the funniest audible I have listed too.... had not even heard of Spade before.... The best credit I’ve used this far... highly recommended particularly to guys aged 45 to 55...and yes I’m in that bracket... great job David thanks!

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Joe dirt dude

Great book, read by a very funny bloke, didn't want it to end, more please.

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The best!!!!

So fucking funny. Loved it!!! What do I do with my life now? Need more of this shiiiiz.

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Self-deprecating and hilarious

David Spade is a great raconteur, so funny and self-deprecating, and occasionally highly inappropriate. I have heard quite a few of these stories before but it was such a fun six hours with this great comedian, it definitely left me wanting more.

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No LOLs

I was surprised to hear repitition of the same lame gags throughout. Ultimately, he bangs on about not being like the characters he portrays while simultaneously, telling stories where he is actually that guy IRL. Don't buy!

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So funny

Brilliant loved every bit of this with be keeping and eye out for more david spade audios books and narrated by him. :D

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Regurgitating stories from interviews

He has talked about most of the stories he talks about in the book in interviews like on the Ellen show. If you want to know whats in this book just watch YouTube clips of his interviews on talk shows.

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Hilarious!

Loved it, hilarious from start to finish! Would completely recommend for everyone to listen to!

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  • Ashley
  • 12-08-18

Much better than the first one!

This book is such a good listen for when you’re running errands, driving your car to work, or simple things like that.
As David mentioned, it doesn’t add anything to your life, but it’s entertaining and light to listen to.
I find myself looking forward to head to the car for work just so I can listen to it.

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  • restaurantattorney
  • 12-08-18

Free on Spotify

I love Spade. Saw him with Dennis Miller a few months ago. But this "book" is virtually his entire 2014 album, which is available on Spotify. Don't waste a credit.

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  • Anonymous User
  • 27-08-18

Spade complains about dating and life

Spade complains about dating younger women repeatedly, complains about his body, complains about not being rich enough (I think or maybe it was that he’s not famous enough). Maybe it could’ve been funny but he refuses the same 3 punchlines for every joke and story and many of his stories are so blatantly made up/contrived that it completely destroys whatever comedic value they would have otherwise had. He’s describing things in his head as “real experiences” when he elsewhere says he thought those things—its a confusing mess. Aside from that, cringing at minutes and minutes of him talking about his sex life with the most grotesque descriptions...

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  • Sherrie C.
  • 20-07-18

Laugh out loud hilarious

A great performance of a story that is both funny and touching by a guy who far more decent and thoughtful than his public persona.

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  • Amazon Customer
  • 26-07-18

Cynical humor at its best!

If you are a Spade fan, or even if you’re not, this book is a witty take on life as it was and is now. As a 40 something woman, I appreciated the nostalgic SNL and Farley references, as well as the more poignant moments of Spade’s upbringing and early years. His sarcasm and cynicism are the perfect pair as he describes the many hilarious moments of his life as a “star”. While a bit raunchy at times, this book is worth the price and the listen. It’s laugh out loud funny in a world where we don’t laugh nearly enough. Thanks David Spade!!

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  • miss aim
  • 25-07-18

OMG Dying!!!!

i was so excited for this project and pre ordered months in advance. started listening the morning it came out and could not stop listening. the best stories, jokes, sound effects, wisdom and lololololols for life. i keep skipping back to certain chapters on repeat and replaying. *birds in the morning*

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  • beebobb
  • 25-07-18

In my 20s, but still love it...

A lot of this book is geared at relating more towards those who aren't growing up in this "social media world". However, I'm in my twenties, and I grew up loving David Spade's comedy, so I wanted to give it a try anyway. I am so glad I did. There was a lot that was still very relatable. He's an amazing story teller in this. 6 hours flew by like it was nothing. I don't laugh out loud at much, but I really did at this, making myself look like a complete idiot many times. I would listen to him ramble like he did in this book for hours more! There are definitely some raunchy parts, but still hilarious. Such a well thought through look at his life.

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  • P F
  • 20-07-18

Spade Succeeds in Spades

Lots of great comics out there- add a voracious online appetite that will swallow 10 years of material in a 45 min. spot, and you have near impossible odds of establishing a long term relationship with a loyal audience. Some have done it, always with a unique personality- able to overcome tarnishing time with its constantly new and shifting difficulty levels....
Lenny Bruce, Jerry Lewis, Carlin, Pryor, Dangerfield-modern comics at least have the shoulders of Giants to start off on-
Bill Hicks, Kennison, Hedberg, Louis CK, Chappell, Chris Rock....again, even given the amazing content, it’s the unique personalities that make for a lifetime friend-
And there you have the story and glory of Davie Spade- Trusting in his own personality to be his ‘character’, it’s clear that this shy and tentative person is never taking any chances by self deprecation, or self shaming; he’s got the room at Hello-
David is Everyman’s go-to hang partner. Like Gaffigan , Tom Papa, and (on a good day) Artie Lang, he can go for a couple hours and never approach a worn out welcome- He’s a welcome guest and a truly trusted comic- he’ll be around as long as he wants to be.
Pat Flynn
Nashville, TN

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  • Sherwin
  • 13-08-18

Feels like you are hanging out with David spade for 6 hours

This is an excellent audiobook even if you only like David spade a little bit. It moves along quite nicely and you will for sure have some good laughs. If you are looking for something light and fun this is an excellent choice.

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  • Anonymous User
  • 11-08-18

Hilarious...

I was laughing so much I think my coworkers in the near by cubicles thought I was crazy. I loved that David Spade narrated the story. You can get his sense of humor. The book was about random life topics sometimes comparing the old way of life versus the new technological era. Super funny!

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