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19 Books To Read When You Need A Laugh Because We've All Been There



Sometimes you just get tired of reading all the literature and how-to-do books type, If this is the case for you, you may find these hilarious 19 books very amusing to change the mood and enjoy your reading while laughing at the same time.

1. 'I Was Told There'd Be Cake' by Sloane Crosley
I was Told There's Be cake is a combination of essays where Sloane Crosley recorded all her humorous encounters with being a modern girl living in a so called modern world. The whole idea of the book is to not take things seriously, what happened can’t be changed, so it might be a good idea to joke about it. Read More
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2. 'Damned' by Chuck Palahniuk

I never imagined that Hell would be this funny lol, this might make you consider going there for the sake of fun, just kidding! Chuck Palahniuk depiction of hell is gloomy and funny.  This guy made me laugh uncontrollably along the whole book. The idea of writing a humorous piece about hell is really a bomb. Damned will set you on fire, not because of punishment, but the outstanding black humor used to make people laugh about their beliefs. If you get easily insulted or if you are a firm believer of hell, I'm sorry. This book will make you laugh about it. Read More
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3. 'Bridget Jones's Diary' by Helen Fielding

The movie was funny, but the book was the kind of funny that would make you burst in laughter and gasping for breath.  Bridget Jones is one of the best and witty journals I was glad to hold in my hands. Helen Fielding has illustrated all the funny moments that follows a woman and her dreams. Read More
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4. 'The Misadventures of Awkward Black Girl' by Issa Rae

Issa Rae didn't just embrace the awkwardness of her life, she went about to use it in a funny and inspiring combination of essays. The Misadventures of Awkward Black girl is an enchanting piece that would leave you winded out of witty and awkward moments.  Rae has a channel on YouTube that this book was inspired from. Read More
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5. 'Home Land' by Sam Lipsyte

Home Land is one of the best ridiculing and twisted high school reunions that would make you laugh out loud. This is what happens when a man decides to spare the truth about all the absurdities of his life and he managed to do that in a hilarious style. Read More
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6. 'One for the Money' by Janet Evanovich

Stay tuned; Stephanie Plum is in the building, an abundance seeker with a strong state of mind. As Stephanie thinks, poisonous waste, raging drivers, furnished schizophrenics, and August warmth, dampness, and hydrocarbons are all a player in the considerable enterprise of living in Jersey. This is one of the top fun reads for those seeking for a comic and entertaining novel. Read More
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7. 'Is Everyone Hanging Out Without Me? (And Other Concerns)' by Mindy Kaling

We all have that one friend that makes us laugh uncontrollably Even though when we are moody. Mindy Kaling is that kind of person that would paint a smile on your face with her brilliant and spirited style. If you aren't familiar with her Twitter account, it's time for you to check her out to make sure that Hanging Out Without Me is the one and only friend you'll need for changing your mood and spicing your life with laughter. Read More
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8. 'Don Quixote' by Miguel De Cervantes Saavedra

Could a classic book burst us into laughter? LET ME TELL YOU THAT Don Quixote will make you see that classic books can be funny and hilarious too. This is one of the books that have gained a lot of positive feedback in the West. AN old knight that is so confident about himself, seeing windmills as dragons. The events here are hilarious beyond comprehension. Read More
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9. 'Assassination Vacation' by Sarah Vowell

Sarah Vowell made history look amusing and funny with her use of satire that depicts the murders of Americans Politicians in an unfitting, yet hilarious history lesson that can teach you stuff, you'll never hear in school. Read More
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10. 'I've Got Your Number' by Sophie Kinsella

Sophie Kinsella's amazing series are adored and gained a huge number of fans. I've Got Your Number is my favorite stand-alone by the INCREDIBLE Sophie. This one was stand out when it comes to laughter and all funny moments from losing her wedding ring to a ton of miscommunication that made this piece of work an unusual and crazy arrangement of occasions that would definitely make you laugh. Read More
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11. 'Dear Committee Members' by Julie Schumacher

My advice for you would be to not read this in a library because you wouldn't be able to hold yourself from bursting into laughter. Dear Committee was one of the books that I would never forget and It had me considering reading it again because it's a filled with hilarious moments. This is a novel that ridicules, criticizes and makes comic recommendation letters in a genius and distinguished way. Read More
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12. 'The Brief Wondrous Life of Oscar Wao' by Junot Diaz

Oscar is a man that is truly unique from his out of shape to his obsession with sci-fi and imagination and as the case with all of us falling in love. The Brief Wondrous Life of Oscar Wao is characterized by peculiar and unexpected events that move from sad to funny. And that what I appreciate about it, it made me realize that life can be sad at moments, but that doesn't mean that we shouldn't laugh about it. Read More
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13. 'China Rich Girlfriend' by Kevin Kwan

Kevin Kwan hit hard with his second book featuring Rachel Chu, this time with a funnier and more entertaining touch, from the most mundane things to the most exciting and abnormal ones. Read More
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14. 'Lamb: The Gospel According to Biff, Christ's Childhood Pal' by Christopher Moore

All of Christopher Moore's books are amazing, and I found it a little bit challenging to pick up one, but the Lamp was the one that kept crossing my mind, it's the most lampoonist book. GET to know Jesus with the most hilarious narrative by his childhood friend. Jesus also would burst in laughter to read this one. Don’t be conservative. Jesus enjoyed having fun too. Read More
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15. 'The Importance of Being Earnest' by Oscar Wilde

The saying of “Old But cold “ goes to this book. The Importance Of Being Earnest consists of heavy Ridiculing and deriding depictions that makes the conventions and traditions of the Victorian times a mine cold filled with cracking witticism. Read More
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16. 'Hyperbole and a Half' by Allie Brosh

Allie Brosh succeeded in attracting millions of fans to her well-known website alone, and she has gathered all her master pieces and the most amusing, funny words and pictures drawings in a way that would make you read non-stop while laughing simultaneously.  Hyperbole and a Half is extremely brainless and a lot of fun. This is completely a different and outstanding comic that I really enjoyed reading and looking at the simple   hilarious drawings that accompanies the words written. Read More
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17. 'Then We Came to the End' by Joshua Ferris

You would feel a sense of belonging while reading this one because of the use of the narrative "we". Then We Came To An End describe all the hilarious moments that a worker in the office goes through, be it the pressure of deadlines or the gossiping that echoes all around the working place and the sort of long networking messages you wish your associate would quit sending — this is desk area society at its funniest.'Cold  Read More
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18. Comfort Farm' by Stella Gibbons

Cold Comfort Farm is a previously ruined socialite who is compelled to move in with her country relatives after the passing of her folks. Cold Comfort Farm is a comic novel that farces the romanticized, now and then fate loaded records of country life prominent at that time that would result in a hilarious read. Read More
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19. Double Whammy' by Carl Hiaasen

 Carl Hiaasen's roadkill-eating, shower-top wearing loner, is one of the most clever characters ever composed. Loaded with a feeling of equity, however, deficient with regards to the fitting measure of ethics, Skink is getting it done in this experience through homicide and games angling. This is the means by which parody is crafted. Read More
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