• "Do Black Patent Leather Shoes Really Reflect Up?"
  • Lamb: The Gospel According to Biff, Christ's Childhood Pal.
  • Mark Twain's, Letters from the Earth.
  • "World war 2, The truth of the death camps" Nah just kidding, I've never found a book which made me laugh. Anyway I don't see how a book could make you laugh.
  • Don Quixote!!
  • A Dirty Job by Christopher Moore, Running With Scissors by Augusten Burroughs, or The Zombie Survival Guide.
  • P.G. Wodehouse's books always make me laugh.
  • A Walk in the Woods by Bill Bryson Bill Bryson, an out-of-shape middle aged man, had no experience backpacking and decides to hike the Appalachian Trail. The book describes his preparation (or lack of) for the hike and his experiences on the trail. I was reading the book while my wife was in labor in the hospital. I was laughing out loud. The nurses must have thought I was nuts, but my wife understood as she had already read the book.
  • "Are you Dave Gorman?" or perhaps "Dave Gorman's Googlewhack Adventure". "Join Me", by Danny Wallace is also worth a read. - they might be more difficult to get hold of in the US, but great if you like bizarre quests. Or just if you want a laugh.
  • "Lamb: the Gospel According to Biff, Christ's Childhood Pal" by Christopher Moore. It's uproariously funny.
  • The Mouse That Roared!
  • "Big Trouble" by Dave Barry. The movie was OK, but the book was hysterical. Also A Midsummer Night's Dream and Twelfth Night by Shakespeare are quite funny!
  • Why A Duck by Groucho Marx.
  • any book of the Stephanie Plum series by Janet Evanovich
  • There's a series of fiction novels written by Rhett MacPherson that are delightful. They fit in that category that's sometimes called "cozy mysteries". Just fix yourself some tea then curl up somewhere comfortable .. all nice and cozy .. and read. All the books are based on the same main character - Torie O'Shea - who is a genealogist in a small town that could be anywhere. Of course, in each book she winds up being an amateur sleuth. We get to know her husband, kids, family, neighbors. We even get to read one of the columns in the local newspaper (written by the town gossip) at points throughout the books. lol Most important is Torie O'Shea's character traits. You'll love how irreverant she can be - and yet - you know you'ld trust her with your life. With title names like "A Comedy of Heirs" or "Family Skeletons", they're light and fun to read.
  • All of Tamara Myers! I love her humor in her books. :)
  • Never Sniff A Gift Fish by Patrick F. McManus
  • "The Baby in the Bag, A Politically Incorrect Tale" Think subtle social commentary, British humor, Cheech & Chong, National Lampoon, and a little Mad Magazine. It has something for everyone....
  • My Boring Ass Life - Kevin Smith I hope They Serve Beer in Hell - Tucker Max

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