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The King Of The Dad Jokes By Joe Dyson
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An article in The Huffington Post referred to Joe Dyson as "The King of the Dad Jokes" because of his 500 joke filled videos on his Youtube channel, "DysonShow500". Now, Joe is... More > releasing many of those gags in his new joke book, "The King of the Dad Jokes. Let the laughing begin...< Less
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Smart-Mouth Kids By Jen Riemenschneider
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Laugh out loud quotes, questions and smart mouth comments from two quirky kids. Mom of two chronicles hilarious anecdotes from Wynne and Emmett over the past seven years. Wynne uses her quick wit to... More > insult her brother and make observations about the world. Emmett is always looking for loopholes in the rules and has an opinion on everything, including Donald Trump, why people are fat and how a horse might beat him in a race.< Less
Travesty By Tom Waters
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Travesty is an unrelenting and uproariously funny look at the Apocolypse, divorce, recovery, fatherhood, organic food, dentistry, driving, dating, Derry, New Hampshire, salesmanship and Elton John,... More > but not necessarily in that order. Author and essayist Tom Waters takes you on a five year roundabout from darkness into redemption, rage into silliness, from Mockery...to Travesty.< Less
Alien to garden: jokes for the silly and darkish at heart By Steve Isaak
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"Alien to garden: jokes for the silly and darkish at heart" is everything that its title implies -- it is a short book of jokes that will likely appeal to those who remember how to laugh,... More > no matter what their age!< Less
Don't Call Me Grandma! By Susan Day
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Don’t Call Me Grandma! probes the little-known underworld of my life as a grandma - the fearsome challenge against time that makes choking seem delightful. Do people assume you don’t have... More > sex anymore? Has babysitting become the supreme fear in your life, surpassing demonic possession? Were you ever assaulted by a baby biscuit? These are a few fearful situations that I have endured as the result of my agonizing transition from normalcy to the geriatric nightmare of becoming a grandma. Don't Call Me Grandma! also delves into the trauma of getting older. The "golden" years are not golden. The title, Senior Citizen, holds no rank. Wrinkles WILL find you. Allow me to bring some light-hearted laughter to your busy day through Don’t Call Me Grandma! - a satirical but humorous revelation depicting every hidden aspect of what happened to me when I was hit with the double whammy of getting older and becoming a grandma.< Less
Dumb Luck By Mark Murphy
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Ted and Roberta Vagaline live in a run down mobile home park near Los Angeles international airport. Roberta’s constant need for excitement, always leads to some kind of trouble. Her neurotic... More > husband, Ted, is obsessed with being a model employee after taking the oath and memorizing every word of Burger World’s company handbook. An unplanned encounter with one of the world’s richest men, results in their unremarkable lives being so radically changed, that what was previously unimaginable, become possible. Mark resides in Northern California with his wife Karen and their Yorkshire terrier, Truffles. In addition to being a writer, Mark composes music and plays the piano. Mark discovered the joys of reading at a very young age and later in life, the happiness of creative escapism that can only come through writing. Some of his favorite authors and greatest influences include James Michener, Arthur C. Clark, Robert Heinlein and C.S. Lewis.< Less
I Don’t Text While Driving, Walking, or Standing Still By Roger Dale Loring
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Roger Dale Loring is a genuine baby boomer who finds his existence in the rapidly-changing world rather perplexing. In his latest book, he once again offers a collection of lighthearted essays about... More > his dilemmas from the perspective of his current “if-they-don’t-have-a-senior-discount, I’m-not-going-there” age. Realizing that the aging process evolved in a way that his adolescent mind never envisioned, Loring now finds that his views on life changes are disturbingly similar to the views of the old people of his youth, people he frequently characterized as old fogies. His essays highlight his humorous take on life that include opinions about issues such as cell phone upgrades; a man’s attention span while operating a television remote; seasonal purse shopping; the differing conversation patterns of men and women; the three hardest part-time jobs in America; the crazy world of politics where preaching to the choir dominates all campaigns; and, of course, the trauma of buying toothpaste.< Less
Adventures of Deuce Clarence Jones: Book I—The Progenitors By Andrew Antijo
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Groffudd Talfryn is a con man who aims to have his black Labrador Retriever, Dylan, become an international champion and in turn, make him very wealthy. His plan is thwarted by Bubbling Bedouine... More > (Deuce’s great-grandfather) who instigates his own devious scheme to win the championship. Bubbling then fathers a litter of pups which bring a high price, and the pick of the litter (Deuce’s grandfather) goes to a hilarious couple from Cleveland, Ohio. As generations of these dog prodigies grow, the tales that follow include a bank robber, a schemer seeking romance, a handsome sea captain and awesome sea stories, an incredible pumpkin festival, and children fighting their own “Battle of the Alamo.” Book I – The Progenitors shares humorous stories involving the amazing ancestors of a beloved real-life Labrador retriever to reveal the legacy behind his own adventures.< Less
Bumper to Bumper By Doug DeMuro
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In Bumper to Bumper, automotive writer and YouTuber Doug DeMuro follows up on the success of his first book, Plays With Cars – which was wildly popular, especially with Doug’s mother, who... More > bought 47 copies. Bumper to Bumper is newer, longer, and better, touting mostly original stories that include the time Doug crashed his brand-new Porsche company car into a tree, the real story behind the time Doug crushed a Chrysler PT Cruiser, the time Doug bribed a government official in South Africa, the time Doug got detained at the Canadian border on an automotive press trip, and the story of Doug’s relationship with automakers. Also, Doug wrote this description himself in the third person.< Less
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Bubbles & Bush 2000-2008: When The End Was Still Ahead By Xandor
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Known now as those “Nutty Naughts,” these were days when calling yourself Dot.com could make you rich. Usually the same year. And when Rumors of Mass Destruction were all you needed to... More > start a war. This book remembers the fun side of the Bubble bust and Bush boom. That dawning decade of our 21st Century when a Copy-Boy could become a media mogul and a global power could fix the world - all in one season.  Culled from the digital pages of pioneer blog ScreedMe.com - Bubbles & Bush reclaims that shiny mini-era when stock-options became better than money and failure became the stepping stone to success. Both in business and in war. Stones that became the future we now call ...“Now.” Best part - You don't really need to read much here since these are all really quick little essays. With lots of really fun little pictures.< Less
Naked Sunfish - Caviar By Rick Brown
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Drawing on life’s joy rooted within the mundane, his rapier wit is at once observational, clever and relevant. His major influences are Alan Zweibel, David Sedaris, Dave Barry, Mark Twain, Tim... More > Conway, Ghoulardi (Ernie Anderson) … with the occasional Three Stooges thrown in for immediacy. Growing up in the Cleveland area in the 1950’s and 60’s flavors many of Rick’s stories, yet some are existentially inspired by the mundane moments of everyday life. Naked Sunfish: Caviar is Mr. Brown’s second book. And while it is reminiscent of his first, Naked Sunfish: Best Bites, it is unique in its own humorous, human condition aspects. It is a “Spontaneous and Sporadic” collection of pieces drawn from his magazine combined with some brand new tales.< 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
Improv Wins By Chris Trew, Tami Nelson
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Improv Wins is a textbook designed for modern improvisers of all experience levels and backgrounds. Written by the critically-praised improv duo Chris Trew and Tami Nelson (founders of The New... More > Movement comedy theaters in Austin and New Orleans), this book introduces readers to TNM's style of improv. Since 2009, Chris and Tami have worked tirelessly to exemplify these performance methods and specific tenets of comedy, and the wisdom and techniques illustrated in this simple, fun guide will help you become a better, faster, and funnier performer.< Less
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
Ah-Shpet: 101+ Words You'll Need To Survive The Neighborhood By Joe "Kirsch" Curcio
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Reading this book is like being at Aunt Paulina’s house, eating meatballs on a Sunday afternoon. Special phonetic spelling, and neighborhood definitions that will have even the MIDI-GAHN'S... More > sounding like old moustache Pete’s. “… Whatta GA-VONE ..." "...ooh MA-DON, KAY-FATTO (who farted)? …” “… MINK-YA, what a BIG BOO-TAHN she is …”. A-Z FOOD NAME SECTION: "Ah-beets, Gaba-goal, Mootz-ah-dell, Svoo-ya-dell ..." "Gravy & Macaroni's: The 5 Golden Rules" and "Pesto my ass!"< Less
Minivan Monologues By Jennifer C. Green
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A mom with many inappropriate voices in and outside of her head describes the day to day things that need commentary....from Stupid People or Stupid things people do and of course, the people of... More > Wal-Mart and onward to the things the kidlets say and do and finally good old fashioned making fun of others!! The things that make you want to slap someone or make you think things that you would never say out loud are said out loud right here in black and white. Day to day has never been so entertaining. Love it or hate it, you will still laugh....and possibly feel guilty about it. But dont get mad at me because I say what you are thinking or have thought or may think or want to think. Either way, laughter is good for you and if you dont laugh, you will be in the next book! We wont tell anyone if you pee your pants but we are not responsible for any possible clothing or leather stains from said peeing.< Less
First Person Plural By Daniel Sisco, Daniel Sisco
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This is a collection of Short Stories that are humorous and inspiring.
Evil Inc Annual Report 2005 By Brad Guigar
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Evil Inc is about a corporation run by and for super-villains. (Because you can do more evil if you do it legally!) This book is a collection of the daily comic strip from June 2005-Jan. 2006.... More > However, instead of the standard comic-strip collection, we've taken the individual comic-strip panels and created a continuous-narrative graphic novel.< Less
Mini Storage Stories By Dan Murdock
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A collection of very short stories about the storage industry.
Naked Sunfish - Best Bites By Rick Brown
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Best Bites is a retrospective of Rick Brown's observational non-fiction (and a memoir of sorts) taken from the virtual pages of Naked Sunfish! His enthusiasm for life's mundane events is refreshingly... More > humorous and many times poignant.< Less
The Poop-Text Chronicles By Rick White
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A seriously ridiculous book about text-messaging and pooping
Raised by Wolves: A Memoir By Bill Comeau
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The semi-true stories of the early days growing up in the small city of Haverhill, Massachusetts and the small towns of Danville and Hampstead, New Hampshire - in poetry, remembrances, and... More > illustrations.< Less