04-12-2010 03:28 PM
Thank you, one and all, for sharing these sensually scintillating scenarios! I'll try not to get snogging mixed up with shagging! I feel a story coming on to me (that's about all that comes onto me, these days!)...... Once upon a time, in the land of Snog, there lived.....
I may have to look into these books!
I must go, now....I have to prepare for tomorrow's birthday party for Thomas Jefferson.
I'll be back for tea.
That would be terribly awkward if one would get snogging mixed up with shagging. You could really send the wrong impression! Do come back for tea, I'll bring some fresh made kringle to munch on!
04-13-2010 12:27 PM
Couldn't find my copy of Angus, Thongs, and Full-Frontal Snogging.
However, I did find the second book in the series On the Brightside, I'm now the Girlfriend of a Sex God.
I thought I'd share the opening note from the book just to give you an idea of the content.
"A Note From Georgia:
Hello, my little American chums! Since Angus, thongs and ffs, I have been to visit your country. I liked it a lot, bit I'll just say this-- grits. What were you thinking of? I suppose you might say Beefeaters in reply. And I am in cahoots with you there-- what the Tower of London guards have got to do with eating beef beats me. But as I have said many, many times, much of life is a mystery to me. Like my grandad's gigantic shorts, for instance. Or parents.
I hope you aime the next bit of my diary as much as you did Angus. As usual I have had to do a bit of a glossary for the slightly dim among you. I must say I am surprised that you don't know that in England fag can mean cigarette as well as "homosexual" Hence lighting up a fag is not the cruel practice you might think.
Any ways, I'm exhausted now, so I must be going. I have a very busy schedule of...er...stuff to do. Good-bye my tiny friends. Or as you say over there, Adios, smallus amigos.
P.S. Cahoots means 'in agreement'. If I have to explain everything we'll be here all day, and I really need to go to the piddly diddly department.
P.P.S. You don't know what the piddly diddly department is either, do you? Good Lord.
P.P.P.S. I love you all. Honestly."
The series really is hilarious and I highly recommend it!
04-18-2010 08:07 PM
I really enjoy Tim Dorsey. My favorite so far is Triggerfish Twist. It's got mystery, murder and it'll make you giggle to yourself. One of the characters, for goodness sakes, was named Jack Terrier...Jack Russell Terrier. Also, the murders are in all of these crazy ways that will actually make you laugh.
06-06-2010 10:42 AM
I'm not usually a laugh out loud reader, but Sh#t My Dad Says is hilarious. It's being made into a sitcom for the fall starring William Shatner. Really funny...
06-14-2010 10:39 AM
My favorite Laugh Out Loud author is Carl Hiaasen. He has great stories and really off beat characters.
These are just a few of his books.
I also definitely recommend all the Janet Evanovich books. I go back and re-read all of hers. They're snort-inducing laughter books.
06-17-2010 02:31 PM
Sh*t My Dad Says
Absolutely hysterical, and even more so b/c its all true! Just don't read around strangers b/c they'll wonder whats wrong with you