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Summary

Danny Wallace faces the absurdities, trivialities and challenges of being a man every day. It's not for everyone. Half the world don't have to. 

Join him – and a host of his famous friends - for a series of observational, comedic and insightful conversations that get to the heart of what it really takes to be a modern day man. 

Guest starring Laura Prepon (Orange Is The New Black), Tony Hale (Arrested Development, Veep), James Buckley (The Inbetweeners) and Rhys Darby (Flight Of The Conchords, Yes Man) amongst others. 

As an Audio Show - free for members - when you add What You Talkin' About, Wallace? to your library, you'll get all 10 episodes, each with a runtime of about 30 minutes. 

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Hmmm.

Parts of this were quite irritating, like the chapter where Danny talks about the fact that his wife always leaves the toilet door unlocked when she goes to the toilet. He then proceeds to have a drawn out conversation about why or why not this might be acceptable and the various reasons for and against. One guest in particular patronizingly womansplains that he is a `wuss`, and gives the overall message that he needs to man up etc. etc. and is stupid for even questioning why his wife doesn`t lock the toilet door, all while laughing in what appears to be a very affected tone. I`ve actually listened to almost all of Danny`s books and have always enjoyed his stuff, especially his last book. While you could never call his stuff high-brow, it is usually good light entertainment which keeps you distracted enough on a boring day. Parts of this however, just sounded like teenagers in the pub.

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