Funny as Hell!

A great funny book is a healing balm for emotional rainy days! Those books that are coffee table worthy, never to be stuffed into a dusty bookshelf, because they double as a laughing gas when you need it. Humor, feel-good therapy!
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message 1: by Jack (new)

Jack Hi everyone,

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message 2: by Nabanita (new)

Nabanita why is Pride and Prejudice by Jane Austen funny??!! i really dont get it...


message 3: by Karen (new)

Karen Viktoria haha somebody added twilight omg


message 4: by Carly (new)

Carly Nicholas I think i'll read the book how to be popular, I need all the help I can get..


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Nabanita wrote: "why is Pride and Prejudice by Jane Austen funny??!! i really dont get it..."

Someone told me its satire! You have to admit its rather silly. the most boring "love affair" ever...


message 6: by Nabanita (new)

Nabanita ~☆ Alice☆~ wrote: "Nabanita wrote: "why is Pride and Prejudice by Jane Austen funny??!! i really dont get it..."

Someone told me its satire! You have to admit its rather silly. the most boring "love affair" ever..."

yeah, u r right.. it is rather boring...


message 7: by Sonja (new)

Sonja van der Merwe ok - i've read book 1 & 2 on your list and they were super awesome and hilarious!!! gone give no 3 a try now!


message 8: by Schell (new)

Schell ok. This must be fiction that is funny, because David Sedaris in everything and Augsten Burroughs , especially in "Dry" were hysterical.


message 9: by Ainaa (new)

Ainaa hey, can you suggest books in which there is one boy and two girls(best friends) type love triangle.


message 10: by Amelia (new)

Amelia S. Nabanita wrote: "why is Pride and Prejudice by Jane Austen funny??!! i really dont get it..."

P&P is a social commentary about the time. I think once you are familiar with the story and you read it becomes funny. Everyone in the book is terrible and oblivious. Their mom is obsessed with marriage and doesn't even try to hide it, Mr Collins lacks all the social grace you'd expect a clergy to have, the most attractive person Elizabeth meets is a con-artist, and the most deplorable person turns out to be the good guy.

Austen makes fun of people she doesn't like. For example Mr. Collin's a man of the cloth who is mostly concerned with flattering people in better standing then him. He bows constantly, is terrible at conversation, and fawns over lady catherine every day. He is meant to be totally ridiculous, unlikeable, and funny.


message 11: by Nabanita (new)

Nabanita Amelia wrote: "Nabanita wrote: "why is Pride and Prejudice by Jane Austen funny??!! i really dont get it..."

P&P is a social commentary about the time. I think once you are familiar with the story and you read..."


Huh.. now that u say it, i does seem a little funny that way. and though, it made me read the book again, i have to say, u r right! Thanks. :)


message 12: by Sanae (new)

Sanae Karen wrote: "haha somebody added twilight omg"

Hhhhhhh


message 13: by Booklovinglady (new)

Booklovinglady It surprised me to see that no one had added Bill Bryson's Tegenvoeters, een reis door Australië (In a Sunburned country / Down Under) yet. I read it recently and had such a good laugh :-)


message 14: by Booklovinglady (last edited Jul 21, 2014 07:32AM) (new)

Booklovinglady Nabanita wrote: "Amelia wrote: "Nabanita wrote: "why is Pride and Prejudice by Jane Austen funny??!! i really dont get it..."

P&P is a social commentary about the time. I think once you are familiar with the sto..."


Pride and prejudice is definitely funny when you read the remarks of Mr Bennett, for example, or when you take a look at the character of Mr Collins, and so on. And yes, of course it is an excellent example of its time but don't forget Jane Austen's pen could be very sharp at times (and was meant to be so)....


message 15: by Nabanita (new)

Nabanita Booklovinglady wrote: "Nabanita wrote: "Amelia wrote: "Nabanita wrote: "why is Pride and Prejudice by Jane Austen funny??!! i really dont get it..."

P&P is a social commentary about the time. I think once you are fami..."


hmm.. you are right.


message 16: by Danny (new)

Danny Mendlow A couple Funny As Hell Books to give a try.

Greegs & Ladders Greegs & Ladders by Zack Mitchell - Free!

Mr. Manners Proper Etiquette for the Modern Degenerate by MR Aaron Berg

Mr. Manners: Proper Etiquette for the Modern Degenerate


message 17: by Mary (last edited Jan 23, 2016 11:12AM) (new)

Mary Ellen Mark Giglio Mark's short story Spell Check is hillarious. J Richards, a critic, is a failed writer who gets his jollies by writing devastating reviews of other writers. He gets his comeupins when witches Sybil and Jillian take revenge and put a spell on his words. He continually talks in cliches and what he says comes true much to the chagrin of his colleagues. This book made me roar with laughter. You can find it on Smashwords or Amazon or he gives coupons for free short stories when you join his blog. Here's the link I found http://alchemistgift.com/2015/12/07/t...


message 18: by Lady Winchester (new)

Lady Winchester Stephanie Plum-hell yes.The Fault in Our Stars-ummm no.unless you count the eggs part.the eggs part was awesome.


message 19: by Siri (new)

Siri Breaking even will crack you up!!!!


message 20: by Heather (new)

Heather Rohr Siri wrote: "Breaking even will crack you up!!!!"

Who is that by?


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