Book: Show us a book that made you laugh out loud.
Submitted by Red Pen.
I didn't answer this question outright, because I couldn't really recall reading anything that made me laugh out loud. I'm more of a smirking type of person, anyway. Sometimes I smile knowlingly, too.
Oh, when I review press releases and find an error, I do sort of cackle out loud – out of sheer perversity, I suspect – but I don't think that's what my peep Red Pen meant. It was laughter from joy she meant, an appreciation of The Funny and not the mocking sort of victory-dance-in-the-goal-zone joy.
But I can now recall a book that made me laugh out loud, because I was reading it last night – and it made me shout with laughter:
This one in particular spoke (meowed) to me:
And if you disagree with my choice, don't bother me. Not interested.
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