funny book


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funny book

n.
A comic book.
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com′ic book`


n.
a magazine of comic strips.
[1940–45]
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I went to see them," she went on, weeping, "and father said, 'read me something, Sonia, my head aches, read to me, here's a book.' He had a book he had got from Andrey Semyonovitch Lebeziatnikov, he lives there, he always used to get hold of such funny books. And I said, 'I can't stay,' as I didn't want to read, and I'd gone in chiefly to show Katerina Ivanovna some collars.
The school also ran a World Book Day competition with prizes going to the funniest joke and the best book review about a funny book.
The frank and funny book is an uplifting story of his journey out of crisis.
MY SISTER, THE SERIAL KILLER by Oyinkan Braithwaite, Atlantic Books, PS12.99, ebook PS5.63 HHHH H THIS is one funny book, but not in a ha-ha, laugh-out-loud manner.
BOOK OF THE WEEK MY SISTER, THE SERIAL KILLER by Oyinkan Braithwaite, Atlantic Books, PS12.99, ebook PS5.63 HHHH H THIS is one funny book, but not in a ha-ha, laugh-out-loud manner.
MY SISTER, THE SERIAL KILLER by Oyinkan Braithwaite, Atlantic Books, PS12.99 (ebook PS5.63) HHHH H THIS is a funny book. Not laugh-out-loud, but more in its ability to trigger the feeling (particularly if you are blessed with sisters) that you can imagine getting a call like the one Korede gets from her sibling, Ayoola - and you would probably have to help if called upon.
On the assumption that graduates do not need encouragement and inspiration, but rather, a warning, Hiaasen tells them to assume the worst in a deceptively sophisticated and irreverently funny book. For example, in terms of expectations, "if you live each day as if it is your last, you won't accomplish as damn thing," but "spending all your waking hours doing only what feels good is a viable life plan if you're a Labrador retriever, but for humans it's a blueprint for unemployment, divorce, and irrelevance." It helps to worry because our gene pool is filled with survivors who had the good sense to worry.
An unreasonably funny book about life, the universe and everything in which Adams predicted the iPad 30 years before it was launched.
It's a funny book that most SciFi fans would enjoy." - Awesome Indies Review
Kids will love this funny book, even if they don't understand all the double entendres.
Furiously Happy: A Funny Book About Horrible Things by Jenny Lawson (Flatiron Books, $26.99)