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Television Hates Itself By Phillip Barcio
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56 reasons why television hates itself.
Bon Appetiki By John Murasky
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A memoir of a long gone Palm Springs hot spot, that never was.
A Random Roadrunner's Run Through Palm Springs By John Murasky
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A day in the life of a random roadrunner, as he encounters the people, places and snacks of Palm Springs.
I, Humpty By Eric Wilder
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I, Humpty is a collection of mock-tabloid satire marrying the reality of everyday life with popular elements from fairytales, folklore, and nursery rhymes. Rejoice with the Beast as Belle grants him... More > permission to convert the den into a man-cave. Learn why the third little pig grows weary of his live-in brothers. Follow the courtroom drama of Rumpelstiltskin’s indictment in the Straw-To-Gold Scandal. I, Humpty covers all of these stories and more. Praise for I, Humpty “I, Humpty is a smart, laugh-out-loud spin on fairy tales in a modern setting. Not since 'Politically Correct Bedtime Stories’ have I enjoyed fairytale satire so much. Definitely a collection I'll be recommending and sharing with friends.” -Jess E. Owen, author of the Summer King Chronicles “The best collection of twisted fables around...” -Ned Hickson, syndicated humor columnist at Siuslaw News< Less
The Little Nell Poems vol.3 By Craig Gilbert
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Clever, dark poems that make you laugh with unease. Little Nell is a sweet, adorable, little pig-tailed moppet who, in each poem, is introduced, commits an absurdly foolish act, and then promptly... More > dies.....all in the span of four lines of verse. Honoring the rhyming talents of Dr. Seuss and the dark humor of Edward Gorey, The Little Nell Poems will make the warped child in every reader clutch their bellies with laughter.< Less
Of Love And Snackcakes And Other Short Works By Josh Dobbin
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An archangel in Heaven realizes he's in Hell. A small Jewish boy does battle with masked villains on the lawn of a millionaire. Two roommates slowly drive one another insane, culminating in ninja... More > suits and stereos lobbed from fifth floor windows. A young chubby boy longs for love, but settles for Twinkies, and somehow finds magic. These are collected short works from author Josh Dobbin. They can and will make you laugh and cry. Sometimes in the same moment.< Less
Patio Wisdom: Wise, Inspiring, and Humorous Quips From Living a Life at Full Speed By Mickey Addison, Tony Addison
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Welcome to the world of The Patio King! Inside are the musings from Living a Life at Full Speed, where wisdom comes from the School of Hard Knocks. It’s wisdom born of adventure and hardship,... More > joy and pain, victory and defeat…and everything in between. Illustrated with the author’s own photos, and narrated with quips and memories, Patio Wisdom will leaving you in tears and stitches!< Less
The Art of Idiocier By Brian Newton Fuller
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If you thought Brian Newton Fuller's first book, The Art of Idiocy - Public School Years, was a laugh riot, then get ready to lower your standards once again for his follow-up, The Art of Idiocier -... More > Beyond the Public School Years. With more sordid and twisted tales of bad decisions resulting in comic outcomes such as: - College - when your alcohol level is higher than your GPA - Working summer jobs with future felons - Learning a temp job from a drunk person - Finding out that the biggest drug dealer from high school is now a licensed pharmacist - Discovering the perils of a whiskey enema - What epididymitis and daytime television have in common - Heavy metal music, hookers and stand-up comedy - A rock and roll drive-by - And not one, but two ventriloquist stories. These, along with a few fiction stories that "just ain't right", make The Art of Idiocier - Beyond the Public School Years ... another book written by Brian Newton Fuller.< Less
This Wedding Sucks! By Robin Sanford
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Real life wedding tales from a female wedding DJ with over 20 years of formal banquet entertainment experience. Hilarious, head-shaking, almost unbelievable situations at weddings thanks to Brides... More > & Grooms, their families, friends and even so-called professional vendors that have made this experience anything but ordinary.< Less
Montana is for Otters By Donald Higby
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a brief story of the adventures of two really old grandparents who decide to take three eleven year old grandchildren to Montana.
Uncle Knuckle's Preposterous Narrations By Chad Woody, Kat Philbin
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Strange and laughable adventures for all ages. A pirate crew is hijacked by a haunted bowling alley. A robot disastrously attends Mardi Gras. Armed only with honesty, a trout saves lives on the... More > Mississippi. The Easter Bunny gets worn out. George Washington eats a breakfast fit for champions. A cyclops outwits a sinister sheep-eating monster. A dog bites a vacuum cleaner hose. Bigfoot gets a dog that lays eggs. A bear gets hungry enough to eat a vampire, but eats a car battery instead. Maximum baloney for a minimal price.< Less
The Second Best of Stan Levco By Stan Levco
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A compilation of columns drawn from author Stan Levco’s personal experiences, The Second Best of Stan Levco offers a social commentary on the realities of everyday life. With humor and sarcasm,... More > he shares a plethora of essays, some based on his career as an attorney and special prosecutor. Among the anecdotes, he tells about learning to play “Rhapsody in Blue” one note at a time, offers suggestions for airlines, and discusses his lack of holiday spirit. Praise for The Second Best of Stan Levco “Stan Levco inspired me to write silly stuff—and still does. When I was a teen, I looked forward to his columns in the Evansville newspaper. … Stan’s satirical column always made me laugh. More importantly, it made me want to write a column of my own. … This new collection verifies that Stan is still a wonderful smartass—albeit, an older, wiser one …” —Scott Saalman, Humor Columnist, The Herald (Jasper, Indiana); Author, Nose Hairs Gone Wild; Founder, Will Read and Sing for Food< Less
William Shakespeare's GODZILLA By Tony Newton
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Locked in the recesses of time, this previously unknown work by history's greatest writer - William Shakespeare - has now been unearthed. Here is the tragic story of 2 star crossed lovers on a... More > titanic scale! GODZILLA is ridiculous, silly & strangely... totally works! If you liked 'Pride & Prejudice & Zombies', you'll love SHAKESPEARE'S GODZILLA!< Less
A Sham. A Sham. Is My School a Sham? By Jim Bergman
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A satire with fictionalized characters showing what happens when an school prostitutes its academic integrity in pursuit of sports success.
Fifty Ridiculous Drawings And Funny Sayings In Less Than Fifty Pages By Stephen Rafferty
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This book is exactly what the title says. This book is a collection of fifty of the most ridiculous drawings and funny sayings ever assembled by Stephen Rafferty- a comedian and youtuber. FRD&FS... More > for short is based on the style of picture humor made famous by various comedians throughout time. The idea of imagery transcribed into jokes is intriguing and hysterically funny. Now what are you waiting for? Buy the book today! (and you don’t want to buy it at least share this to your friends!) Don’t believe me look at the reviews! ( That I made up in my head) - This Book is Freaken Awesome!- Said from the guy that I just made up in my head. - The book is good but the guy is totally handsome- Said the girl who I think would ask me out but probably never will... MONEY MONEY & MORE MONEYYYY!!!- Said by my ego ( STOP it ego your making me look bad!)< Less
The Emergency Monologues By Morgan Jones Phillips
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Based on the award winning one-person-play, The Emergency Monologues is a series of short stories and anecdotes, which show you the world of accidents and emergencies that few get to see. Touching... More > and hilarious, The Emergency Monologues is guaranteed to leave you with a greater understanding of those who dial 911 and to those who answer the call. You'll be amazed at how much you can laugh at tales of blood and poo. Now enhanced with almost 100 cartoons by the brilliant Vince Cheng, The Emergency Monologues is taken to a new level.< Less
Tobias Turtle and Fred By Steven Conness
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Freeloaders. We’ve all encountered them at one time or another. Tobias Turtle is lazy, self-absorbed, and lives his life preying on the generosity and pity of others. Yet he is not too lazy to... More > have one ridiculous get-rich-quick scheme after another. As a counter-point is human Fred, the hard-working, level-headed and long-suffering victim of Tobias’ mooching ways, and attempted voice of reason, who has taken Tobias in and tries, unsuccessfully, to reform him. Allegorically, Fred might be seen as the traditional American citizen, who has come up believing the way to be happy and successful is hard work, moderation in all things and a dedication to help others. Tobias is that element of society that believes in getting something for nothing, in quick-fixes and laziness, self-absorption and excess.< Less
Vegan Sidekick By Richard Watts
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This is a compilation of comics from the popular facebook page of Vegan Sidekick, along with a few new comics and a quick guide on how to respond to those who defend animal cruelty or attack veganism.
Nothing Good Happens After Midnight By Pat and Jack Stewart
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A house full of five teenagers and two preteens is a recipe for trouble anywhere, anytime. but when the Stewarts move their clan from mid-America to live in central France, it becomes rip-roaring... More > hilarious, too funny for words. The boisterous high-jinks carry on when the family returns to the deep South to lead a "normal" life. Until grandchildren come along. New challenges arise on each page for this quirky but lovable family. Side-splitting humor is balanced with a strong dose of how to raise kids that will benefit today's modern parents.< 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
A Childless Woman's Guide To Raising Children By Ageleke Zapis
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A humorous look at raising children from the perspective of a childless woman.
The Goddamn Bible By Shawn Taylor
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Put the JESUS CHRIST! back into Christmas!
The Handbook of Human Ownership: A Manual for New Tax Farmers By Stefan Molyneux, 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
I Have A Dick. Now What? By Ben Levy
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Men are solitary creatures, and as such we do not share. We are not open with one another. We do not, to use the vernacular, “talk.” And because of this, our ancestral male knowledge is... More > often fractured. Much of it can be learned instinctively, but sometimes we miss a lesson or two. For example, though you discovered your dick years ago, perhaps you have only recently come to realize that you don’t know how to properly hide an erection in public. Or the best way to survive post-coital cuddling. Or the proper way to claim territory for the establishment of a “man cave.” In short, though you have discovered your dick, you don’t know exactly what to do now. This manual intends to remedy that. NOTE: For some reason the preview cover appears pixelated. The actual cover is beautifully rendered and all lines are as straight as your manhood upon viewing a beautiful woman.< Less
You're Killing Me! (Paperback) By George Dillon
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Between these covers you'll discover thirty-five revealing short stories. Stories written from the author's unique perspective on life, which translates into loving humor mixed with a sprinkling of... More > sadness and poignancy. These stories are true, with a smidge of creative license tossed about. These brief tales were originally written for my 1968 high school classmates. It was my attempt to encourage them to attend our 40th reunion. Like those young-at-heart friends, I hope to make you laugh, cry and remind you of your own life's stories. Since we are all the same species, we have a lot in common. Okay, I have to catch the bus now. Why don't you join me for the ride?< Less