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i am neurotic

by Lianna Kong

Did you wash your hands?

Set the alarm clock?

Lock the front door?

Better yet: Do you like even numbers? Do you fold all of your trash neatly into squares? Do you count steps? Do you carry a bottle of hand sanitizer...


Laugh With Laxman

by R K Laxman

The author is best known for his common man cartoons, and hascreated cartoons os a world that even the ubiquitous common man is not privy to. It is here that Laxman's sense of parodyand satire find some of their...


Fail Nation

by Failblog.org Community

From the underbelly of the nuts behind hit websites failblog.org and icanhascheezburger.com comes FAIL Nation, your silent guide and handler to the not-even-close-to-perfect nation of FAIL, chock-full of irrelevant...


Not Your Mother's Book . . . on Being a Stupid Kid

by Laurel McHargue, Dahlynn McKowen & Ken McKowen

Each title in the Not Your Mother's Book series contains approximately 60 real-life stories dedicated to a unique theme, drawn from the passion and experience of dozens of writers in a whimsical and entertaining...


The Bluffer's Guide to Poetry

by Richard Meier

From 'Wordsworth' to 'Word Count', and from 'Shakespeare' to 'Edward Lear', The Bluffer's Guide to Poetry contains everything you need to have you waxing lyrical in the most intellectual of company.


Mothers-In-Law Do Everything Wrong (MILDEW)

by Liz Bluper & Renee Plastique

Does your mother-in-law still buy your husband underwear? Show up at your home unannounced? Do you keep hoping that aliens will kidnap her? If so, you must have MILDEW!

MILDEW, the playful acronym for Mothers-In-Law...


I Shudder

by Paul Rudnick

A hilariously funny, touching, and revelatory book from one of America's preeminent humorists

In his plays, his screenplays, and his writing for the New Yorker and Premiere, Paul Rudnick has established himself...


I'm Having More Fun Than You

by Aaron Karo

Why settle down when you can hook up?

"Happily married people and perpetually single people are similar: We've both given up on dating and have merely chosen different exit strategies."

So begins Aaron Karo's...


Chocolate, Please

by Lisa Lampanelli

An inside look at the life of Comedy's Lovable Queen of Mean, Lisa Lampanelli, as she dishes on everything from relationships, food, and fat to why once you go black, you never go back

In her jaw-droppingly...


How to Be a Mentsh (and Not a Shmuck)

by Michael Wex

There are people out there, millions of them, who act as if they still believe everything that their mothers told them in the first six months of their life: they're the nicest, most beautiful, most promising...


Penguins Hate Stuff

by Greg Stones

Penguins hate zombies. They also hate serpents, bad haircuts, sock monkeys, leprechauns, Halloween, oil rigs, vampire penguins, and mermaids. They really hate clowns, but they really like capes, balloons, and...


Epic Fail

by Mark Leigh

Herewith a handful of sample entries to tickle your funny bones.

In the 1824 war between Britain and Ashanti (now part of Ghana), the British Redcoats found themselves surrounded by 10,000 fierce Ashanti warriors,...


It's Not Easy Bein' Me

by Rodney Dangerfield

An American comic icon tells the story of his second–act rise from obscurity to multimedia stardom.

"When I was a kid," writes Rodney Dangerfield, "I worked tough places in show business––places like Fonzo's...


Beautifully Unique Sparkleponies: On Myths, Morons, Free Speech, Football, and Assorted Absurdities

by Chris Kluwe

Hi. In your hands, right now, you hold the culmination of thousands of years of human intelligence, ingenuity, and brilliance. Now put your goddamn phone down and pay attention to my book.

What is in my book,...


How Not to Act Old

by Pamela Redmond Satran

How to be cool when you're afraid you've forgotten how . . .

Sure, you can try to stay younger by exercising, coloring your hair, and wearing stylish clothes—but how do you respond when someone asks, "Do you...


Italians Dance and I’m a Wallflower

by Linda Falcone & Leo Cardini

Though the title may sound like an outsiders complaint, it betrays the whimsical name of the books tongue-in-cheek humor. Italians Dance and Im a Wallflower: Adventures in Italian expression is, in fact, Italy...


Man v. Liver

by Neil Hinson & Paul Friedrich

Meet Man: He’s witty, carefree, and probably not sober. He's Dean Martin meets Jack Benny, Don Draper, and Jack Donaghy.  He imparts upon readers his clever, unabashed musings of romance, party culture, and...


How to Be Idle

by Tom Hodgkinson

From the founding editor of The Idler, the celebrated magazine about the freedom and fine art of doing nothing, comes not simply a book, but an antidote to our work-obsessed culture. In How to Be Idle, Tom Hodgkinson...


Fork It Over

by Alan Richman

A hilarious series of culinary adventures from GQ's award-winning food critic, ranging from flunking out of the Paul Bocuse school in Lyon to dining and whining with Sharon Stone.

Alan Richman has dined in more...


Unusually Stupid Americans: A Compendium of All-American Stupidity

by Kathryn Petras & Ross Petras

A hilarious collection of lists, statistics, news items, quotations, and facts detailing stupid acts of Americans from all walks of life—by the authors of the bestselling The 776 Stupidest Things Ever Said...