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It takes a sense of humor. And Andy certainly has that. Not only is he the arbiter of all things funny in Reader’s Digest; he is their Mark Twain, Bill Cosby, and even their David Sedaris. ...
It takes a sense of humor. And Andy certainly has that. Not only is he the arbiter of all things funny in Reader’s Digest; he is their Mark Twain, Bill Cosby, and even their David Sedaris. In other words, Andy is the guy Reader’s Digest turns to whenever they need a funny story all of America can appreciate. He’s perfect for the job. Andy takes great delight in the funny and oddball side of everyday life. In Now That’s Funny!, Andy presents his most popular, funniest writings on all things America, some exclusive and all-new, some taken from the award-winning pages of Reader’s Digest.
You’ll discover the Andy that goes out and tries things. His first-person tales of taking dance lessons, participating in a Revolutionary War reenactment, and even taking stand-up comedy lessons are some of the funniest articles to ever appear in Reader’s Digest.
Then you discover the Andy that observes America. His roundups of dumb criminals, crazy lawsuits, ridiculous excuses and out-of-touch scientific research will have you roaring with laughter -- and feeling much better about yourself.
Then there’s Andy, the family man. You’ll laugh out loud as he goes in search of his inner macho --or for the next stop on his vacation, if only he can find the directions. And Andy’s observations on marriage and fatherhood are as accurate as they are funny.
Finally, there’s Andy the jokester. Here are tales from the job of trying to think, act, and be funny every workday, no matter what the dog did this morning on the rug. Tales of his sit-downs with comic legends from Robin Williams to Woody Allen will have you in stitches. Andy also shares his favorite jokes -- many of them too edgy for printing in Reader’s Digest!
Add it up, and it’s a book filled with hundreds of feel-good, laugh-out-loud moments about life in these United States -- exactly the type of reading we need today!
Posted September 8, 2012
Posted April 3, 2014
People who pick on gay people make me sick people who get bulled need to stand you for themself and make people STOP being a bully by people
If you ever been bulled did you ever stand you for yourself? Did the bully stop? If not and you are in school punch that person in the face and said do you like being bulled
SAY I IF YOU AGREE PEOPLE STD YOU FOR YOUR SELF BECAUSE ARE YOU AREBDOING IS HAERING YOURSELF AM I RIGHT OR WRONG FOR SAYING THAT
Posted May 20, 2013
I dint know if vany of this stuff is true will read it to night and write back i the moningbat the same time and whom ever wrote that he was gay was realy meab thats mad brue and it is bulling im am sick and tried of you people guning on the person who wrote this
Your welcoe :!)
Posted August 21, 2012