Dec 09, 2022
Fowl Language: The Struggle Is Real
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  • Title: Fowl Language: The Struggle Is Real
  • Author: BrianGordon
  • ISBN: 9781449486754
  • Page: 164
  • Format: Paperback
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[Shai] The Bibliophage

Reading Fowl Language The Struggle Is Real has made me dread on what if I became a parent in the future I m not sure if I can handle the HUGE responsibility as well as the bickering and whining of kids I think I was born without any ounce of patience, hence I didn t became a teacher and arts instructor because I know I cannot tolerate uncontrollable students What s if I became a parent THE HORROR hahaha Browsing the comic strips here, whether a parent or not, will certainly make readers laugh t [...]


Montzalee Wittmann

Fowl Language The Struggle Is Real by Brian Gordon is a book I requested from NetGalley and the review is voluntary I think I laughed, smiled, or smirked with each and every cartoon because I could relate after having four boys The expressions and situations were hilarious and so on target with what parents are feeling and what they go through I don t normally enjoy ever single cartoon in a book so I was pleasantly amazed when I was entertained by the craziness of this fun family Thanks


destiny ☠ howling libraries

I genuinely believe every parent with even half a sense of humor should follow Fowl Language comics, whether you do so on facebook or go comics or just pick up the damn books when they come out Parenting is super rewarding but kids can also totally be tiny jerks, and Brian has found the perfect happy medium between sounding grateful to be a parent and still acknowledging that sometimes kids make us want to rip our hair out In particular, if you re used to following Brian s comics like I am, you [...]


Ronyell

I would like to thank NetGalley and Andrews McMeel Publishing for providing me a copy of this book in exchange for an honest review.Introduction A couple of years ago, I had read a graphic novel called Tales from the Crib which was written by Henrik Drescher and it detailed the struggles of parenting in a humorous way Several years later, I came across this interesting new graphic novel that I received from NetGalley called Fowl Language The Struggle is Real which is by Brian Gordon and it also [...]


Schizanthus

While I m not a parent I still really enjoyed this book The comics were funny and entirely relatable Plus, the drawings are of ducks What s not to love about ducks I ve observed so many of these moments with friends kids, along with the sticky kids who always end up next to you in the checkout line and the ones playing the games with annoying music at the highest possible volume on their parent s phone at the doctor s surgery Whenever I come across a Fowl Language moment I have such admiration f [...]


Jessi ♥️ H. Vojsk

Maybe it s because I don t have kids, but I liked the book, but it wasn t that funny.


Nikki

Received to review via Netgalley publication date 10th October 2017I ve seen the Fowl Language cartoons around now and again, but I ve never really sat down to read a bunch of them I know I m not a parent, but I have rabbits, so I totally related to a lot of these I m not even kidding Rabbits are just as contrary as a small child, and even less capable of explaining what they actually want The art is cute, but pretty samey the theme is basically parenting is hard but worth it It s not a big reve [...]


Mehsi

I received this book from Netgalley in exchange of an honest review.I think I already have seen some of Brian Gordon s comics on the internet, so when I spotted this book over on Netgalley I couldn t resist Especially when it is about parenting I just love books about that topic I don t have kids myself, but I have babysat, and also worked at day cares, so I have seen my fair share of kids being kids PSo I could definitely relate to various things in this book And so I had a lot of laughs while [...]


Ash

Absolutely funny Must read for parents I could relate to every single comic strip I am a huge fan of his comics and glad to have another book of his in my collection.


Ella Zegarra

Por eso jam s tendr hijos Original de El Blog del Gato El Extra o Gato del CuentoNo voy a negar que cuando le a se me hac a un poco exagerado las cosas que aparec an en libro y llegu a pensar que quiz s este dibujante no estaba criando muy bien a sus hijos, pero luego luego record como eran mis hermanos a esa edad y le doy toda la raz n Twitter Tumblr Tvtime Instagram Blog


Lexxi Kitty

I received this book from NetGalley and Andrews McMeel Publishing in return for a fair review This is the second book in the series and second book I ve read by this author.Like the first book, this is a collection of funny little drawings with words on them focused on birds humanized birds who are parents to baby ducks Well, the ducks area also humanized hmms I probably could have worded that better Right, so a collection, as noted, of humorous comic strips about parenting.There s an introducti [...]


Carla Johnson-Hicks

This is the second Fowl Language book I have read and I still laughed at many of the jokes because I could identify with them This book was a little different as after the joke, there was another panel that wasn t as funny, so I enjoyed the other one much better I did see myself and my children on many of these pages and love that my son is going through this now with his own children The fact that the characters are ducks makes it just a little cuter I think the funniest pages for me were the m [...]


Jamie

3.5 rounding up.A quick and fun read As a parent, I found truth in all of these I laughed out loud at a few of these, especially at the baby monitor, the cussing one, and the mess and sneaking a snack.I felt a lot of these could have just ended at just the one slide as they were funny enough then the second or third slide would show up and kind of put a damper on the whole joke.I had kept seeing his work on 9gag, and wanted to check out of his stuff This book for sure put a smile on my face, an [...]


Amie's Book Reviews

When Brian Gordon became a parent, he thought he was going to ruin his kids and or make some catastrophic mistake Fortunately, for both himself and for his kids, Despite their fragile appearance, evolution has seemingly hardened small children against numbskull parents like him What Brian has done, is taken all the weird and wonderful, serious and strange and yet somehow universal parenting issues and day to day struggles and used them to create blisteringly hilarious comic vignettes If you are [...]


Janus the Erudite Artist

I ve been a fan of Brian Gordon s comics ever since I stumbled upon a strip on Facebook back when I just had my baby Being a first time mom, I cannot even stress out how REAL the struggle was I have always been in control of my life when I was single I knew how to take care of my body, my finances, my time, my relationship, everything I could schedule things in a snap of my fingers and not break a sweat Enter motherhood and I was completely out of my zone When my husband and I decided we wanted [...]


Laura

Apparently Fowl Language Comics is a bit of an internet sensation, but actually this is the first I ve seen it, in the second book of the range It s aimed at parents, covering many elements of parenting that others will be able to relate to, addressed in a humorous way using comic strips Some of the strips are far funnier than others some I didn t find at all funny , but on the whole it s an amusing book which would make a good stocking filler type present for any long suffering and worn out par [...]


Dirty Dayna

if you have the internet I am sure you have seen a comic or too and giggled I don t have kids yet I just imagine all the struggles parents run into because kids just make messes, cry and want mac and cheese for dinner and I totally get how frustrating that is This book shouldn t be available in an E edition but if so its best viewed on aikiko free app but I recommend buying the book for any parent with a good sense of humor out there


Nessa

I don t generally read comics or graphic novels but I just LOVE Fowl Language Any parent will appreciate the honesty that is portrayed on each page My absolute favorite has got to be the Bathroom Rules Completely spot on and hilarious take on the everyday struggles of parenthood I would definitely buy for all my friends with kids and first time parents I received this book from Netgalley for an honest review


Molly

So THAT S where that Well, I gave it my best shot comic came from I wasn t familiar with Brian Gordon s work apart from that one viral comic prior to reading this volume, but his fame is relatively well deserved and likely particularly easy to relate to for parents I imagine, not being a parent myself I do think that some of his comics would be better served by ending before the stand alone panel that follows some of them, but that s just me.


Angie

This is a quick little comic style book, continuing Brian Gordon s humorous take on parenting and dealing with young children About 70% has panels previously published elsewhere and online while the remaining 30% is new and exclusive to the book Gordon always strikes the right balance between highlighting the frustration and the highs that come with parenting It s a nice little oh thank goodness it s not just me reminder when you need the pick me up Raising kids is fricking hard and Gordon s wor [...]


Kristy K

I follow Gordon on Instagram and love his comic This compilation is no different Hilarious anecdotes about the joys and pains mostly pains of raising kids Even if you don t have a child yourself, this is highly relatable if you have siblings or friends with children I laughed the whole way through.


Jeimy

I do not have kids and found myself hysterically laughing aloud at all of the strips compiled in this collection Embarrassed, I finally had to show them to the people next to me with tears streaming down my eyes I shared a handful of panels with my friends who are parents and they wholeheartedly related with them as well I highly recommend this one to everyone, whether or not you are or have been a parent, I guarantee you ve known these people.


Tod Hilton

Any parent will relate to and enjoy Brian Gordon s comically drawn people as ducks dealing with their kids It s a quick read through, but it s staying power is as a coffee table book that allows friends to get a quick laugh while thumbing through it.


Donna Maguire

I loved this book The images are spot on and it did make me laugh my daughter is six weeks old and I know that I have a lot of this to come with her Perfect present for any new parents or those with toddlers and younger children 5 stars


Ellie

Funny, but kind of cheesy Not my type of humor Also, probably slightly relatable to those with kids Wasn t for me, but may be for you I was given a copy of this book by the publisher in exchange for my honest review.


Marjolein

Full review to come


Sabrina

Funny insights into the many predicaments parents find themselves in and things they have to deal with Apparently the first and biggest mistake anyone makes is thinking they know what they re doing Less actual foul language than you would expect.


Sheziss

This book follows the line drawn up by the previous one I m not a parent myself but that didn t stop me from enjoying it A mix of humor and desperation and frustration and love It works Copy provided by the publisher via NetGalley in exchange for an honest review.


Elevetha

While occasionally amusing or 1000% relatable, this collection of short comics fell flat as a whole in my opinion The strong language scattered throughout was somewhat jarring with the cutesy comic style and a fair number of the comics didn t do anything for me.


Rebekah Crain

Parents of all stages and ages will laugh out loud as they instantly connect to this hilarious comic collection, Fowl Language The Struggle Is Real The illustrations are simplistic, yet the humor is perfectly on point and relatable Fowl Language gets its name because the characters in the sketches are drawn as ducks Of course, those familiar with Gordon s work will also recognize it as part of the author s schtick It s a pun or a play on words as well because Gordon often times expresses himself [...]



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