Weird Al wrote a kids book. Does everyone know this? It’s new. Even better, it’s really great—about a kid who can’t decide what he wants to be when he grows up. Full of nice rhymes, as well as those indelible images that make kids guffaw. Said my daughter, “Pickle inspector?!”
(One small caveat: one of the kid’s dream jobs is to be a “master debater”. To this I say boo, Mr. Yankovic. Boo.)

Weird Al wrote a kids book. Does everyone know this? It’s new. Even better, it’s really great—about a kid who can’t decide what he wants to be when he grows up. Full of nice rhymes, as well as those indelible images that make kids guffaw. Said my daughter, “Pickle inspector?!”

(One small caveat: one of the kid’s dream jobs is to be a “master debater”. To this I say boo, Mr. Yankovic. Boo.)

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    wait, shit, pickle inspector? oh goddamnit
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    I don’t think I could get away with dropping a Master Debater in a room full of 13 year old boys. I’d use something like...
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    I love Al, but whenever I relisten to my favourite albums, I’m always shocked how the mostly PG guy can occasionally...
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