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Macho Meditations

by Thomas W. Cathcart & Daniel M. Klein HarperOne (June 07, 2011)

An uproariously funny daily inspirational guide for manly men. Ralph and Reggie—two regular, blue-collar buds from Boston—offer one-a-day mcnuggets of affirmation, inspiration, manly wisdom and earth-shaking...


Red Sox Rhymes

by Dick Flavin William Morrow (July 14, 2015)

From the voice of Fenway Park comes a collection of sixty-four humorous and nostalgic poems celebrating the Boston Red Sox.

A commonwealth institution and popular local television personality who is also the...


The Best Thing About My Ass Is That It's Behind Me

by Lisa Ann Walter HarperOne (May 17, 2011)

Actressand comic Lisa Ann Walter offers a hilarious, star-studded collection of essaysencouraging women to laugh at what they can't change, enjoy a guilty pleasureor two, and finally accept the lives and the...


Neverisms

by Dr. Mardy Grothe HarperCollins (May 17, 2011)

From Mardy Grothe, the author of Ifferisms,Oxymoronica,and I Never Met a Metaphor IDidn’t Like, comes a new collection of witty and wise quotations about what never to do in life. Remember, “never let the...


Pagans

by James J. O'Donnell Ecco (March 17, 2015)

A provocative and contrarian religious history that charts the rise of Christianity from the point of view of traditional” religion from the religious scholar and critically acclaimed author of Augustine.

Pagans...


Awesome Sh*t My Drill Sergeant Said

by Dan Caddy Dey Street Books (June 09, 2015)

The official tie-in book to the wildly popular Facebook page, featuring brand-new crazy, off-the-wall, outrageously funny, and downright “awesome” pearls of wisdom from real-life drill sergeants and instructors...


Punch Your Inner Hippie

by Frank J. Fleming Broadside e-books (November 11, 2014)

The author of the e-books Obama: The Greatest President in the History of Everything and How to Fix Everything in America Forever explains how Americans can finally overcome the insidious legacy of the 1960s....


Readers Digest Funny Family Jokes

by Editors at Reader's Digest Reader's Digest (October 21, 2014)

In the Reader's Digest Funny Family Jokes we have compiled some of the funniest jokes, riddles, and one-liners that can be shared across generations, around the dinner table or the campfire. Truly, there's something...


Everybody Dies

by Ken Tanaka & David Ury Harper Design (May 27, 2014)

Nobody likes to think about death, but the world would be awfully crowded without it.

From YouTube sensation Ken Tanaka and actor David Ury, who was crushed by an ATM on AMC's Breaking Bad, comes Everybody Dies...


Newspaper Blackout

by Austin Kleon Harper Perennial (March 18, 2014)

Poet and cartoonist Austin Kleon has discovered a new way to read between the lines. Armed with a daily newspaper and a permanent marker, he constructs through deconstruction—eliminating the words he doesn't...


Bleachy-Haired Honky Bitch

by Hollis Gillespie Avon (March 18, 2014)

Drawing on her peripatetic childhood as the daughter of a travelling salesman, and her adult residence in one of Atlanta's seedier crack neighbourhoods, columnist and NPR commentator Hollis Gillespie has assembled...


Book of the Subgenius

by Subgenius Foundation Gallery Books (November 24, 2009)

Sometimes a book goes too far. Sometimes is... now.

First, there was The Gilgamesh.

Then... the Bhagavad-Gita

Then... the Torah, the New Testament, the Koran

Then... the Book of Mormon, Dianetics, I'm OK You're...


The Best Of Down Goes Brown

by Sean McIndoe Collins (January 28, 2014)

Hundreds of thousands of hockey fans around the world are addicted to Down Goes Brown, and with good reason: Sean McIndoe is the funniest writer in hockey. His often insightful, always entertaining posts have...


The Rejection Collection Vol. 2

by Matthew Diffee Gallery Books (October 30, 2007)

Each week The New Yorker receives more than five hundred submissions from its regular cartoonists, who are all vying for one of the twenty coveted spots in the magazine. So what happens to the 75 percent of...


It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia

by The Gang Dey Street Books (January 06, 2015)

"The Gang" from It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia attempts their most ill-conceived, get-rich quick scheme yet: publishing a “self-help book” to hilarious, sometimes dangerous, and often revolting, results....


5,000 Sidesplitting Jokes and One-Liners

by Grant Tucker Skyhorse (November 01, 2013)

“I’ll never forget the words my granddad said before he kicked the bucket. He said ‘Grandson, watch how far I can kick this bucket.’”

“The key to any marriage is spontaneity. You’ve got to be ready...


Dirty Daddy

by Bob Saget It Books (April 08, 2014)

Millions of viewers know and love Bob Saget from his role as the sweetly neurotic father on the smash hit Full House, and as the charming wisecracking host of America's Funniest Home Videos. And then there are...


Weirdest and Wackiest World Records

by Tony Lyons Skyhorse (May 11, 2012)

Who knew that one could make a claim to fame in such an unorthodox way? The Weirdest and Wackiest World Records may not list the most traditional achievements, but it sure will leave readers speechless. From...


Things Drunk People Say

by Kathleen Go Skyhorse (August 01, 2009)

This is a collection of sometimes crass, always absurd, drunk quotes—ranging from the tipsy:

“What did I tell you my name was?”

“This shot has the faint smell of public restroom.”

“This bar is as hot...


Cyanide and Happiness

by Kris Wilson, Matt Melvin, Rob Denbleyker & Dave McElfatric HarperCollins e-books (January 04, 2011)

Introducing the first real, tangible, ignitable collection of the hit online comic Cyanide & Happiness, featuring a selection of your favorite comics and thirty brand-new strips.

From the minds of Kris, Rob,...


The Leno Wit

by Bill Adler & Jay Walker HarperCollins e-books (February 08, 2011)

Discusses Jay Leno's unique sense of humor, from his days as a New England schoolboy to his role as the top-rated late-night TV talk-show host, and examines some of the challenges and conflicts he faced to make...


101 Reasons to Dump Your Man and Get a Cat

by Molly Katz HarperCollins e-books (February 15, 2011)

The modern woman has enough hassles without having to put up with the antics of the man in her life. Why endure another day of snoring, football, and wet towels on the floor? With this hilarious, fully illustrated...


My Dead Dad Was in ZZ Top: the ZZ Top Letters...and More 100% Real, Never Before Seen Documents from the World of Rock n' Roll

by Jon Glaser HarperCollins e-books (February 08, 2011)

With this shocking tell-all, revealing the all-true, 100% fake secrets about music’s biggest names, Jon Glaser—a writer for Late Night with Conan O'Brien, and the creator and star of Adult Swim’s Delocated...


The Reagan Wit

by Bill Adler HarperCollins e-books (December 28, 2010)

Legendary for his clever gibes, bits of wisdom, and ability to laugh at himself, Ronald Reagan endeared himself to the public from the moment he entered the political arena. Few presidents have been so frequently...


Mirth of a Nation: The Best Contemporary Humor

by Michael J. Rosen HarperCollins e-books (December 21, 2010)

A salvo of hilarity from that loose canon of American humor that Mirth of a Nation editor Michael J. Rosen has culled from some 1200 pages of brilliantly original works by our best contemporary humorists. This...


Every Zombie Eats Somebody Sometime: A Book of Zombie Love Songs

by Michael P. Spradlin & Jeff Weigel William Morrow Paperbacks (November 30, 2010)

From the author and illustrator of the twisted New York Times bestselling Christmas classic, It’s Beginning to Look a Lot Like Zombies, comes a heart-devouring collection of Zombie love songs, Every Zombie...


Bootleg

by Damon Wayans HarperCollins e-books (November 23, 2010)

Nothing is too outrageous for Damon Wayans. Whether he's talking about family, celebrities, racism, relationships, politics, or sex, Damon takes no prisoners. And in Bootleg, he brings it all on, uncut and uncensored:...


Enough About You: The Narcissist's 7-Step, 1-Minute Survival Guide to Sacred Spirituality, A Self-Empowered Career, and Highly Effective Relationships

by Mimi E. Gotist HarperOne (November 16, 2010)

The Complete Narcissist's Guide

Mimi E. Gotist delivers a gift for our times: practical, simple guidance to help you cope with the self-loving people in your life-while nurturing your own inner narcissist.

At...


The Dictionary of Love

by John Stark HarperCollins e-books (October 19, 2010)

In its more than three hundred pages, The Dictionary of Love gets to the heart of the matter: To rusticate is to get out of town with one's lover.

A ballabust is a controlling wife or girlfriend.

Bob Hope had...


A Field Guide to Evangelicals and Their Habitat

by Joel Kilpatrick HarperOne (October 19, 2010)

They're Going to Heaven . . . and They Know It

At last, a complete, unsparing guide to evangelical Christians. This hilarious and highly useful manual, written by an insider, illuminates this rapidly growing...


Genius and Heroin: Creativity and Reckless Abandon Through

by Michael Largo William Morrow Paperbacks (October 12, 2010)

What is the price of brilliance?

Why are so many creative geniuses also ruinously self-destructive? From Caravaggio to Jackson Pollack, from Arthur Rimbaud to Jack Kerouac, from Charlie Parker to Janis Joplin,...


Mental Floss presents In the Beginning

by Editors of Mental Floss Collins Reference (September 07, 2010)

Sure, you know all about the birds and bees. But did Dad ever tell you that it wasn't a stork that put that shiny can opener in your kitchen drawer? Or paperclips started out as proud, Nazi-fighting warriors?...


Sometimes I Feel Like a Nut: Essays and Observations From An Odd Mom Out

by Jill Kargman HarperCollins (February 01, 2011)

The star of Bravo’s new comedy Odd Mom Out and author of The Ex Mrs. Hedgefund and Wolves in Chic Clothing firmly believes in Woody Allen’s magical math equation: Comedy = Tragedy + Time. Sometimes I Feel...


Ice Cream & Sadness: More Comics from Cyanide & Happiness

by Kris Wilson, Matt Melvin, Rob Denbleyker & Dave McElfatric HarperCollins e-books (January 04, 2011)

The second collection from Cyanide & Happiness creators Kris Wilson, Matt Melvin, Rob DenBleyker, and Dave McElfatrick features more never-before-seen comics, more cartoons behaving badly and more of the insulting...


More Mirth of a Nation

by Michael J. Rosen HarperCollins (January 04, 2011)

More seriously funny writing from American's most trusted humor anthology

Witty, wise, and just plain wonderful, the inaugural volume of this biennial, Mirth of a Nation, ensured a place for the best contemporary...


How to Booze: Exquisite Cocktails and Unsound Advice

by Jordan Kaye & Marshall Altier HarperCollins e-books (May 18, 2010)

Offering exquisite cocktails and unsound advice, How to Booze by Jordan Kaye and Marshall Altier pairs the perfect cocktail with unfailingly entertaining advice for all of life’s most alcohol-inducing moments....


The Wit and Wisdom of Mark Twain

by Alex Ayres HarperCollins e-books (May 11, 2010)

Arranged alphabetically by topic, from Adam to Youth, and culled from his novels, speeches, letters, and conversations, this anthology of quotes is timeless and represents the very essence of Mark Twain -- hilarious,...


Sh*t My Dad Says

by Justin Halpern Dey Street Books (May 04, 2010)

“This book is ridiculously hilarious, and makes my father look like a normal member of society.”

—Chelsea Handler

“Read this unless you’re allergic to laughing.”

—Kristen Bell

“If you’re wondering...


How to Relax Without Getting the Axe: A Survival Guide to the New Workplace

by Stanley Bing HarperCollins e-books (November 17, 2009)

“Nobody pricks corporate balloons better than Stanley Bing.” – New York Post

The ultimate satirist of corporate America, bestselling author Stanley Bing (Sun Tzu Was a Sissy, Crazy Bosses) now offers...


Badass

by Ben Thompson William Morrow Paperbacks (October 27, 2009)

The badasses populating the pages of Badass are the most savagely awesome historical figures to ever strap on a pair of chain mail gauntlets and run screaming into battle. Author Ben Thompson—considered by...


It's Beginning to Look a Lot Like Zombies

by Michael P. Spradlin William Morrow Paperbacks (October 27, 2009)

The snow is falling, the holidays are approaching and…It’s Beginning to Look a Lot Like Zombies! This delightfully depraved book of classic Zombie Christmas carols by Michael P. Spradlin is guaranteed to...


50 Things to Do with a Book

by Bruce McCall HarperCollins e-books (October 27, 2009)

In a world where reading is reportedly dead, renowned humorist, illustrator, and New Yorker contributor Bruce McCall offers 50 inventive, outlandish, and wickedly entertaining things to do with all those excess...


Lipshtick

by Gwen Macsai HarperCollins e-books (October 27, 2009)

Get comfy, pull up a pan of blondies, and settle in for some girlfriend talk. Get the lowdown on who's low and how's down, whose long-standing but unspoken conflict with her mother is contributing to her sexual...


This Is Why You're Fat

by Jessica Amason & Richard Blakeley HarperCollins e-books (October 27, 2009)

Food was once the providence of celebrated chefs and critical connoisseurs. Cooking shows featured all gourmet creations and web sites displayed artfully photographed delights.

Then something changed.

Perhaps...


i am neurotic

by Lianna Kong William Morrow Paperbacks (October 20, 2009)

Based on the popular, hilarious website of the same name, I am Neurotic is a smorgasbord of anonymous confessions and wacky photographs that reveal people’s deepest neuroses. Author Lianna Kong has collected...


Fail Nation

by Failblog.org Community William Morrow Paperbacks (October 06, 2009)

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...


I Shudder

by Paul Rudnick HarperCollins e-books (September 15, 2009)

I Shudder is a side-splittingly funny collection of essays from Paul Rudnick, one of America’s preeminent humorists. Rudnick, who writes for The New Yorker and has written the screenplays for the films In...


I'm Having More Fun Than You

by Aaron Karo HarperCollins e-books (September 15, 2009)

From Aaron Karo, stand-up comic and acclaimed author of Ruminations on College Life and Ruminations on Twentysomething Life, comes I’m Having More Fun Than You, an irreverent exploration of why guys embrace...


How to Be a Mentsh (and Not a Shmuck)

by Michael Wex HarperCollins e-books (September 08, 2009)

Sure to resonate with Jewish and Gentile readers alike, How to Be a Mentsh (and Not a Shmuck) is a wise and witty self-help manual for pursuing happiness while still acting with integrity, honor, and compassion....


It's Not Easy Bein' Me

by Rodney Dangerfield HarperCollins e-books (August 11, 2009)

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...