Growing up Italian is the funniest Italian American comedy you will ever read is here!

 

 

In this very humorous book, you will take an inside look at Sunday dinner inside the home of the Luchanni family. Some of the scenarios played out in this funny story include; Arguing at Sunday dinner about the cheap relative who gave the least amount at the family’s last wedding, worrying about what the neighbors will think if aunt Tess gets divorced, the altar boy who drinks father Tucci’s wine before Mass, the girl with the mustache who looks like Geraldo Rivera, sister Henrietta telling little Butch that Catholics automatically go to hell for getting divorced and more…

 

The story begins with loudmouth Uncle Carlos bragging that his son Nunzio is going to be a big movie star because Nunzio will be playing one of the wise men at the church play put on by Father Tucci and Sister Henrietta. Little cousin Butch and Grandpa Vinny argue that Nunzio is too dumb to be considered a wise man because he repeated the sixth grade and had to go to summer school. The humorous arguing continues onto scenes which include; Cousin Nunzio explaining to sad-faced little Butch that in heaven people don’t get to eat pasta because they don’t have mouths and they just float around all day like a little cloud! 

Great food  * Funny gossip   *  Family Love and arguing is all here at the Sunday dinner table... 

Five Stars

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The funniest Italian American comedy you will ever read is here! Sunday dinner at the Luchanni Family is the place where everyone gets a double serving of great food, gossip, family love, arguing about who gave the least at a wedding, and the person who did not show up at a family funeral… Please come and join us for this funny new special episode!

For those who have grown up in an Italian household, I am sure you will understand the funny Italian memes that we can relate to.  Great memories sitting around the table at Sunday dinner, family love, and traditions that we have lived and retained in our hearts!

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Five Stars

a.j. Lombardi