Sh*t My Dad Says by Justin Halpern is the slimmest of tomes that barely holds together as a book. In actuality, it’s little more than some spare recollections from his time growing up and living with his father that he uses to tie together the vulgar yet profound wisdoms. Wisdoms that his uncensorable old man was wont to dispense with the subtlety of a chainsaw and the tact of a sledgehammer. As far as a narrative goes, I was hard-pressed to find one. All that being said, the oddball witticisms and extremely brutal honesties are more often than not laugh-out-loud hilarious if for no other reason than their bluntness. When someone has the balls to actually say what most of us are already thinking, and to do so with such profane eloquence, it’s hard not to at least grin and chuckle.