Dave Berry is a very witty, sharp-eyed, and deadpan writer who examines all the little insantities of everyday life. Really funny!
A collection of Dave Barry's hilarious columns that will have you laughing out loud.
Usual hilarious Dave Barry.
I really miss Dave Barry's newspaper column. This is a collection of his columns from the early '80's that still make the reader (at least this reader) laugh out loud.
Dave Barry is by far the most entertaining humor writer of all time. This book is a collection of his columns and every one of them is a winner. One of my favorite books of all time. I'm only offering it because I have two of them.
Washington Post humor columnist Dave Barry dedicates this book "To Mom and Dad, who never made me go see Santa Claus." Perhaps he avoided that trauma, but as the book attests, he has encountered other horrors including housework, pet ownership, taxpaying time, child raising, traveling, and gift giving. My favorite is the school section, in which Barry dissects the American educational system, why we don't read (blame Dick and Jane), as well as the sections on culture and health. He may not be making these things up, but they are as hilarious as if he had.
Dave Barry rocks! Sometimes a friend and I take turn reading his essays out loud. Good fun.
A collection of hilarious articles written by humor columnist Dave Barry. This kept me laughing the whole time I read it!
Dave Barry's writing is hilarious and will have you laughing out loud and wanting to read one of the stories to the person next to you!
"With shap eye and deadpan wit Dave Barry exposes the little insanities of everyday life in a reassuring way that makes you feel you're not completely alone in a world gone mad."
Think of dave Barry as falling somewhere between Mark Twain, Erma Bombeck, andy Rooney, and National Lampoon. With sharp eye and deadpan wit he exposes the little insanities of everyday life in a reassuring way that makes you feel you're not completely alone in a world gone mad.
Softcover, funny man who can charm us with nonsense so compelling that it almost makes sense (but not quite).