"Hyundai regrets to inform you that we do not manufacture a folding car that fits in your pocket."
"A Captain Belch's Seafood fare franchise would be another fine establishment for this area."
--City of Broken Arrow, Oklahoma
"I wish a thumb would work for a nose, but I think that you can understand how you couldn't blow it!"
--Edward O. Terino, M.D.
I have just one one word for this book: Hilariously Funny As Hell. JS does it again writing as his alter-ego - I just love these books - the letters, the replies and the smell of... Read morePublished 27 days ago by DP Whitehead
I really love this book series, but wish the stigma of "crazy" "nutty" or "wacko" wasn't part of the marketing. Read morePublished 5 months ago by smithtownds
These are wonderful gifts for people. They are sooo funny they give a lot of smiles to the people who receive them and always add a grin to my day. Read morePublished 8 months ago by Pat Reno
More letters from a Nut is a hilarious book. I think this book should be read by ages 10 and up. Ted L. Nancy is a GENIUS! There are 208 different notes in this book. Read morePublished 9 months ago by Student From Mrs. Williams' Class
I have looked at this book several times and have a great sense of humor, so I am told. This collection of letters is beyond stupid and how anyone responded at all to them is... Read morePublished 13 months ago by B. Cohn
These are such funny real letters and responses about fictional things. I read the first book and wanted to read the second one. Read morePublished 15 months ago by Irene Swank
I have a couple of books in my downstairs bathroom for folks who will be in there a little while. The items are short and funnyPublished 17 months ago by Cheryl A. Paul
This book is so funny, I embarrassed myself on the way to work on the bus. I could not stop
laughing at some of the articles in this book. Read more
I don't know who Ted L. Nancy is, but this book is really outrageously funny. If you like humor in which real people are confronted by the absurd, you will love this book. Read morePublished on February 4, 2011 by MuddyG