"The Funny Thing Is..." ranks right up there with all of the audiobooks I have listened to. The only drawback, I wished it was material I hadn't seen before. A few of the chapters were word for word the same as a few stand up routines. I guess I don't mind the really funny stuff...which is pretty much the entire book. Never mind, I take it all back.
Tina Fey's Bossypants. Same humor all around.
The Things That Are Bothering Me Today (or something to that effect)....very funny and you are thinking..."Me too!!!" the whole time.
Laugh out loud in the middle of dehydrating slides at work just to have co-scientists look at me probably asking "what the heck is so funny about dehydrating slides?"
I have never reread a book in my life. I usually take my time with it the first time around. But Tina is so funny and so raw, I just can't help myself. It's like listening to stand up, you just want to hear the joke over and over again until it loses its punch. Tina also provides quite valuable life lessons and tips no woman should do without.
Ellen DeGeneres's books are just as funny. Tina packs in the life stories ranging from child hood until the date she finished writing, unlike Ellen, but they have very similar types of humor.
I love the impressions and voices. No one else could have done the writing nearly enough justice.
Because you can't leave your co-workers and Drew Barrymore to die in an anthrax ridden building...
I want to babysit your daughter, Tina!
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