The list author says: "Being a humor writer, people often ask me which books they should read to get a good laugh... you know, besides mine. What follows are a handful of titles that I laughed my way through and highly recommend."
"In my opinion, this is probably the funniest book on this list. I've read the print edition and enjoyed the audiobook version which is read by the author. David Sedaris has mastered the humorous anecdote and this book delivers chapter after chapter."
"Welcome to Musings on Minutiae where the author offers up 50 hilarious observations and insights on topics of great importance such as: His childhood memories, living in an urban apartment complex, life with frenetic felines, and working in the corporate world. Chock full of humorous essays and personal anecdotes, Musings on Minutiae will keep you laughing for as long as you have a pulse."
"Not a collection of essays like most of the books on this list, but Robert Kroese's novel will have you questioning religion all while laughing your way through the misadventures of the anti-christ and the angel who is supposed to initiate the apocalypse. For fans of Douglas Adams."
"Once you discover why funny man Barry Parham hates straws, you'll never look at one the same way again. As you get caught up in his offbeat world view you'll also never look at Alaska, Barbies, or Joe Biden the same way either."
"Dave Barry does it again with his travel guide that pretty much covers any destination you may (or may not) want to go. I recommend this to all of my friends prior to them leaving the country. Barry recounts the highlights of the 50 states in the USA along with the positives of every country on the map. A hilarious read from start to finish."