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A very light, funny and sweet book. Anything by Amy or David Sedaris. Anything by Bill Bryson, esp.


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In A Sunburned Country. David Sedaris always makes me giggle.

Amy recently posted Not really a post. Fluke by Christopher Moore. The scene with the wife and the whale makes me laugh so much I get the hiccups. My usual answer to that question is your memoir since your sense of humor awesome! I definitely second a lot of the answers on here though- Terry Pratchett and Allie Brosh are awesome! Oh, god. Impossible to pick favorites. Anything by Terry Pratchett, naturally. And, of course, Good Omens by Pratchett and Gaiman goes without saying. I peed my pants. Because my attention span sucks, I just like reading headlines of The Onion and Clickhole on Twitter.

No offense! Anything by Christopher Moore, but especially Lamb and Fool. Both have had me out loud belly laughing that I have only experienced while reading your books! Seriously, yours. Warning — do not read in public unless you feel comfortable hiccuping with laughter in front of strangers. Janet Evanovich — Stephanie Plum series are great. Best of luck to you. Also, if you need a podcast that will make you laugh hard enough to cry, I recommend My Dad Wrote a Porno.

And virtually anything by Dave Barry. But I see many others already recommended Barry. Among other crazy things that happen in her life! Well, it appears Lamb by Christopher Moore has been pretty well represented as have the first few Stephie Plumb novels. Agnes and the Hit man was a good chuckle.

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Another Moore book worth a look was A Dirty Job artful taxidermy is involved. The Sandman Slim series has its hilarious moments. His protagonist Serge will well suit your twisted sense of humor.

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Chelsea Handlers books are hilarious! Hardcore Twenty-Four by Janet Evanovich. I agree with the Stephanie Plum series-the earlier numbers are the best. Are all Jennifers funny?

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She searches for antiques and is obsessing over remodeling an old house. I like the travel books by Tim Cahill. Yes to the other people who suggested Laurie Notaro. I second the Jennifer Cruise romantic comedies, and the Christopher Moore new book plus the old ones! Wodehouse, and you can decide to watch the great film version s of the Jeeves and Wooster ones with Stephen Fry and Hugh Laurie, instead, if you need a video distraction, too. Very fondly — D. These facts are unrelated. Douglas Adams — the robot always make me smile, if you are in a romance mood Rachel Gibson, and because i am Canadian Mike Myers book was fantastic.

Catch 22, or at least parts of it. Unfortunately, the Army shrinks figure that anyone who DOES want to go on the bombing missions is actually insane and therefore, Yossarian is quite sane and therefore must fly again. Anything by Lindsay Buroker self published on Amazon. She has snarky, smart female protagonists. He is the best comedic writer. I love to read or listen to his books on audible. Welcome to Nightvale.


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Not haha funny, but deliciously weird funny. Like hearing stories about your favorite weird relatives.

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The likeable, quirky ones. I recommended this to my likeable weird relatives and they had already read it. Thiis is why we get along so well. Set in Alaska, and includes plane flips, bear vs truck face offs, bear vs woman in a creek fade off, bear and moose vs drunks races, and other absolutely Alaskan laugh till hurts scenes, with a mystery as the cherry on top.

Screening Party by Dennis Hensley. Years ago one of my parents picked this up off the paperback shelf at the library, read it, and collapsed in fits of helpless laughter.

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And yes, Hailey will love them, too! She won the Prinz award for the first one, I believe.

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So many good books recommended here! Any of them would bring a smile to my face. I have to agree about Terry Pratchett, my favorite is Wyrd Sisters. Whatever you choose feel better…. Same author. Good for a laugh. It has a chapter on Spoonerisms that almost incapacitated me in the bookstore when I found it there, in , I believe. Hot in Hellcat Canyon by Julie Anne Long was a delightful fluffy cotton candy read that had me laughing out loud, and ignoring my ennui. If you like romance. Anything David Sedaris if you need your comedy a little darker.

Good luck staying out of the hole. Very funny and you might just find yourself dressing up in a pink wig, tiara, and feather boa afterwards. The Unbeatable Squirrel Girl or the Tick series graphic novels. I had to stop reading it on a flight because I kept snort-laughing and choking on my own spit.

The reader does an exceptional performance. Honestly, those books got me through a rough patch.