The perfect graduation gift for the Bill Murray fan in all of
us, this epic collection of “Bill Murray
stories”—many reported for the first time
here—distills a set of guiding principles out of
his extraordinary ability to infuse the everyday with
surprise, absurdity, and wonder.
Most people think hotel employees are effortlessly cheerful,
naturally helpful, and genuinely like their work.
Most people are wrong.
Find out what really goes on in the world of hospitality with this
hilarious book full of funny and absurd stories, anecdotes told in
dialogue, factoids, and hoax pop quizzes by two veteran concierges
who paid their way while working at a combined 50 hotels in and
around Times Square.
“What are my qualifications to write this book. None
really. So why should you read it. Here’s why. I’m a
little fat. If a thin guy were to write about a love of food and
eating I’d highly recommend that you do not read his
You’ve already made a great choice by picking up
the audio edition of NEIL PATRICK HARRIS’S CHOOSE YOUR OWN
AUTOBIOGRAPHY. This hilarious book has been adapted especially for
the audiobook edition so you’ll hear all of the same fun and
humor from the printed version but you don’t have to make any
decisions or jump around—just kick back, relax and
If you think the wildest, wackiest stories that Carl Hiaasen can
tell have all made it into his hilarious, bestselling novels, think
again. Dance of the Reptiles collects the best of
Hiaasen’s Miami Herald columns, which lay
bare the stories--large and small--that demonstrate anew that
truth is far stranger than fiction.
In Dad is Fat, stand-up comedian Jim Gaffigan, who’s
best known for his legendary riffs on Hot Pockets, bacon, manatees,
and McDonald's, expresses all the joys and horrors of life with
five young children—everything from cousins ("celebrities for
little kids") to toddlers’ communication skills (“they
always sound like they have traveled by horseback for hours to
deliver important news”), to the eating habits of four year
olds (“there is no difference between a four year old eating
a taco and throwing a taco on the floor”).
By the author of Attempting Normal and host of the podcast
WTF with Marc Maron, The Jerusalem Syndrome is The Gospel
according to Maron. a spiritual memoir of your average
hyperintelligent, ultraneurotic, superhip Jewish standup comedian