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Courting Disaster vol. 1 By Brad Guigar
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Courting Disaster is a single-panel comic by Brad Guigar that accompanies Sexcetera, a weekly sex-advice column in the Philadelphia Daily News. This collection includes the very first Courting... More > Disaster comic and all of the subsequent panels through January 2006. The usual topics include sex, love, romance, and relationships as seen from Guigar's decidedly skewed perspective. You'll laugh your pants off.< Less
Circus Sideshow Freaks - Vintage Photo Album By Babette Abbeywood
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Step right up ladies and gents, for all the fun of the Victorian fairground... you'll be amazed by these genuine old photos of circus sideshow freaks: meet the Fat Lady, The Elephant Man, The Living... More > Doll, The Strong Man, The Human Cannonball, giants, Lilliputian midgets, Siamese Twins, curious animal mutants, visual illusions, lady pipe smokers, eccentric performers, strange tattoos and piercings, medical and anatomical oddities, and bizarre appliances... Strange, bizarre curios from around the world, in downloadable ebook format. Second Edition improved with dozens of great extra images!!< Less
Sherman's Gadgets By Stan Parsons
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Teenage Sherman had the social skills of a kid in his "terrible two's." You might think his genius in electronic gadgets and his sense of humor would offset that - - ummm, no.
If You're A Zombie and You Know It Eat Some Flesh By Darrin Mason
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"If You're A Zombie and You Know It Eat Some Flesh" is a humorous and very adult rewording of a number of favorite nursery rhymes (each rhyme is illustrated by the author). The book is... More > inspired in part by Adam Mansbach's "Go the F*ck to Sleep" and in much larger part by the author's belief the world takes itself way too seriously. Indeed, in his twenty five years as a humorist (his work has appeared in a number of Australian newspapers and magazines), he has come to the conclusion that, as the world hurtles toward its demise, its only salvation is to laugh its goddam head off. Here's hoping.< Less
The Black Cloud By Andrew Snyder
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In this book I tell some of my favorite stories from my time working as a Pennsylvania State Trooper. I will tell you of my first day on patrol and I will take you on a journey with me through some... More > of my most memorable incidents I investigated. Along the way you will learn how I earned my nickname The Black Cloud.< Less
Te Great North American Snowbird By P.J. Repond
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A short, but definitive satirical study of the Great North American Snowbird, (Family Homosapien / Latin- Humanis). Its habitat, voice, plumage, breeding, feeding, flight patterns and more.
Lord of the Dimensions By Elisabeth Ross
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Lynn Peterson, Anthony Walker, and many other interesting characters go on a quest to find the two greatest Dimension Travelers, who have mysterious vanished. They meet a lot of people and a lot of... More > stuff happens, my mom said it was funny. I wrote a book.< Less
Many More Funny Things By B. E. White, Jr.
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After his first book, Dr. White thought that he had exhausted his memory of funny things in his life and ministry, but with the passing of time he has remembered many more funny things. He has... More > written them down to make us laugh out loud and silently reflect on what they have to say. Brightie White tells amusing and interesting story after story about people in and out of the church. You may have a hard time believing that some of the stories are true, but if you can't believe a preacher, whom can you believe? Most of the stories are humorous, but some of them are unusual. All are about real people and the way religion makes them act. Lessons can be learned from their antics and how things used to be and sometimes still are during the years at the author's life.< Less
The Ride In... 2, Roundtrip By Jim Camlek
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A father and his four year old son are up to their commuting hi-jinx once again in this hilariously-written sequel to "The Ride In...". Published here (again) for the very first time... More > (again) is the entertainingly-heartfelt & wildly-charming, Facebook banter between a dad and his all-too-knowledgeable son, Oliver. Fasten your seat belts as this father/son team attempt to navigate fog monsters, lottery tickets, head wounds, Aquaman, farting etiquette, Rock-n-Roll and everything in between.< Less
The Handbook of Human Ownership: A Manual for New Tax Farmers By Stefan Molyneux
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Hey - seriously - congratulations on your new political post! If you are reading this, it means that you have ascended to the highest levels of government, so it's really, really important that you... More > don't do or say anything stupid, and screw things up for the rest of us. The first thing to remember is that you are a figurehead, about as relevant to the direction of the state as a hood ornament is to the direction of a car -- but you are a very important distraction, the "smiling face" of the fist of power. So hold your nose, kiss the babies, and just think how good you would look on a stamp. Now, before we go into your media responsibilities, you must understand the true history of political power, so you don't accidentally act on the naive idealism you are required to project to the general public. The reality of political power is very simple: bad farmers own crops and livestock -- good farmers own human beings...< Less
Land of Canaan By Stephen A. Klotz
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Land of Canaan is a collection of short vignettes recounting the experience of a suburban family that moved to the country in the late 1950’s. The head of the family, Dr. Heimat, acquiesced to... More > his wife’s desire to move to a farm. He is soon embroiled with the wily folk of rural eastern Kansas as well as his children, some of whom cannot wait to begin feeding chickens and ducks and larger farm animals. The eccentricities of the Heimat neighbors and some of the visitors to the farm are portrayed. The beautiful grass and woodlands eventually vanish along with the unique country folk to be replaced by two- and three-story homes on tree-lined avenues. It is illustrated throughout with ink wash drawings.< Less
No Shortage Volume One By Aiden Clarke
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San Bernardino County in the 1970s: It’s the largest county in the USA; 20,000 square miles of mostly desert, and containing one of the best-preserved stretches of Route 66 remaining in... More > America. In this volume, you will find out what happens when: • Ted Crawford, a seasoned cowboy and artist, holds somebody’s baby for them, and later confronts cattle rustlers. • Cathy Cookson, a popular waitress at a roadside diner, gets hypnotized and appears as an extra in a Burt Reynolds movie. • Hartley Brennik, a fourth grader and survivalist, faces down a racist schoolyard bully with a taste for Mexican food. • Lyndy Martinez, a private investigator, and her boss Chan take a road trip together to Phoenix. (How long can Chan tolerate Lyndy’s obnoxious company before he drives his Cadillac off the nearest cliff?) • Rochelle Bishop, an exotic dancer, gets evicted from her apartment, and has to find a new place immediately—one that also rents to African-Americans. (Hint: it’s hard to find one)< Less
The Ride In... By Jim Camlek
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What do a father and his three year old kid discuss on the way to school drop-off every morning? Well, that would all depend upon the kid. Published here for the very first time is the... More > hilariously-heartfelt & wonderfully-witty, commuting banter between a hard working dad and his ever-engaging son, Oliver. These memorable, morning exchanges from the car were all promptly posted on Facebook for the friendship masses to enjoy. Come along for a ride as this father/son team explore everything from space travel to potty training to parking lot etiquette to "snake boogers" and to the many, many stops in between.< Less
Thirty Years in the Making By Dale Katterhenry
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Humorous events that take place in a central Illinois grain elevator and the friendships made.
Plays With Cars By Doug DeMuro
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Automotive writer Doug DeMuro is sharing his stories. In “Plays With Cars,” the former Porsche manager covers some of his most ridiculous decisions, like buying an old Land Rover sight... More > unseen, taking a Mercedes AMG station wagon to a rural Georgia dragstrip, and roadtripping across the United States in a Lotus Elise without air conditioning. He’s also reviewed his former cars, which range from a Mercedes G-wagen to a Nissan Cube. Most importantly, he wrote this entire description himself in the third person.< Less
She Fucked My Goose By Brian Davis
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Did you live in the greatest city of sin on the entire planet during your 20s? I sure as hell did, and I barely survived. I'm BD and I'm "that guy". Don't tell me to take it easy, I'm... More > fiiiiiiine. This book is about "that guy" spending a decade in Vegas mocking karma and fate. You can love me, hate me, praise me or despise me, but you're going to enjoy living vicariously through me. AUTHORS NOTE: Don't buy this on Amazon if you can avoid it, their printer sucks. Go directly to lulu.com for a higher quality copy.< Less
A History of Murphy's Law By Nick T. Spark
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Murphy's Law is one of the most well-recognized statements of philosophy known to man. Tipped off by his next door neighbor that Murphy may have worked at Edwards Air Force Base, and that the Law... More > may have come into being after a rocket sled experiment went awry, author Nick T. Spark begins a Quixotic quest to learn the truth. His attempts to pin down the mysterious origins of The Law and to answer the eternal question, "Who was Murphy and what is the true meaning of Murphy's Law?" are both amusing and relevatory. Read it, and find out why everything you ever thought you knew about Murphy's Law -- is wrong.< Less
FLAMINGO TALES By Dale J. Klein
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Here are a few vignettes of some of life's many adventures, using the interpretive and dramatic skills of the plastic pink flamingo. Writer and photographer Dale J. Klein comments, "You see,... More > like me, they have always tried to just fit in, to be happy, and to have a good time in life. Now, more than ever, we have realized that the world needs to laugh. Whether it's looking for love, facing our fears in the shower, getting a tattoo, or just trying to catch the bus. If you look closely, life has a way of always making things funny. Here are a few flamingo examples we can all relate to. Enjoy!< Less
I Didn't Know You Came With Raisins By Larry Blamire
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Larry Blamire, the writer-director-artist behind the cult favorite THE LOST SKELETON OF CADAVRA gets even wackier with a collection of strange captioned drawings that may or may not be cartoons (even... More > he's not sure). Slightly bizarre, slightly twisted, slightly ridiculous, they at the very least will provoke discussion around the water cooler, as well as any other kind of coolers that people gather around.< Less
Mis Staked By J. Morgan
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Can a 35 year old virgin who still lives in his father’s basement truly be the hero that he’s always dreamed of being? Breathred E. Petrifunck is about to find out. He is a vampire... More > slayer with the mail order diploma on the wall to prove it, but is he ready to battle the Mother of Vampires on his first time at bat?< Less
How Rude is Farting? By Linda Corby
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How rude is farting is a collection of true funny stories, which either involved farting or things connected with farting. Be surprised, beware, straight talking outspoken yet still suitable for all... More > ages. Presuming they have a sence of humour.< Less
Sequential Art Volume 1 By Phillip M Jackson
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A collection of strips 1 to 100 from the webcomic series Sequential Art (www.collectedcurios.com)
How to Stay Married.....Laugh By Janice Schwartz-Wasserman
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A collection of comments, observations, and one liners covering thirty-three years of marriage, sex, family, sex, getting older, sex, teaching, sex, vacations, and you guessed it...sex.
The Halls of Decadence By John Doherty
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Looking after one hundred and sixty young students in an urban university Halls of Residence is not easy. Especially if you are the only responsible adult in attendance from midnight to morning.... More > Ex-paratrooper David has to be ready for anything: drunks, stalkers, rats, heidbangers and prostitutes as well as the triumphs, trials and tribulations of young people from all religions and cultures, many away from home for the first time.   A humorous, often moving, fictionalised memoir of one man’s attempt to tackle a difficult and dangerous mission and how he and his student charges gained an education in the process.   A book from the University of Life that everyone can relate to especially students, ex students, and those who care for them.< Less
You Want Me to Do What? By Jeff Kraus
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You Want Me To Do What? is a humorous journey through the three most demanding training programs in the US Miliary - Navy SEAL training, Army Special Forces training and Army Ranger training...by one... More > of the few men who have attended all three of these arduous programs and survived to tell about them.< Less