With less than a week to go until Christmas day I’m sure many of us are rushing around trying to find the perfect gifts for loved ones. The one gift I have left to buy is one for my father, his sense of humour is much like mine and so I have been searching to find him a good book. These are some I came across and thought I’d share with you.
‘365 Reasons To Be Cheerful,‘ at only £ 5.00 from Marks & Spencers.
‘Peter Kay: The Book,’ at £10.00 from Asda.
‘An Idiot Abroad: The Travel Diaries of Karl Pilkington,’ at only £ 3.86 on Amazon.
‘ Jeremy Clarkson, Round the Bend,’ at £10.00 from Waterstones.
‘ The Fry Chronicles,‘ at £3.86 from Tesco.
‘Comedy Dave’s book,‘ at £5.85 on Amazon.
‘Keith Lemon: The Rules: 69 ways to be successful,’ at £6.25 from Whsmiths.
‘Gangsta Granny,’ at £6.49 from Tesco.
‘ The Inbetweeners Yearbook,’ at £ 8.49 from Whsmiths.
‘Scared of Santa, scenes of Terror in Toyland,’ at £4.55 from Whsmiths.
After the Christmas festivities there’s also the new year to look forward to and so its time to take down the 2011 calendar and search for a replacement to be hung on the wall for another year. Here are some calendars to make you giggle in 2012:
Adult humour calendars.:
Violent Veg X-rated.
Naked male farmers.
Funny Animal calendars:
Goats in trees 2012.
Yoga cats 2012.
Cats in hats 2012.
Penguins at play 2012.
Weird and wonderful:
The 365 stupidest things ever said.
Nuns having fun.
(All available at: http://www.calendarclub.co.uk)
Christmas is a time to sit back and relax and so I have a researched and compiled a list of Comedy DVD’s and books you can add to your wish list. I have also listed some Christmas feel good films to watch in the cinema.
Top Ten Comedy DVD’s.
1) Dylan Moran: Yeah Yeah Live in London
2) Russell Howard’s Live, Right here, Right now.
3) Greg Davies Live: Firing Cheeseballs at a Dog.
4) Lee Evans, Roadrunner Live at the 02.
5) Reginald D Live.
6) Sarah Millican: Chatterbox Live.
7) Tim Minchin and the Heritage Orchestra: Live at The Royal Albert Hall
8) Tim Vine: Jokeamotive
9) Tommy Tiernan: Crooked Man
10) Tony Law’s Brainporium
A clutch of autobiographies from leading comedians are expected to be the top best sellers this Christmas, including books by James Corden, Lee Evans, Johnny Vegas and Jason Manford. Other popular ones include:
1) Rob Brydon’s Small Man in a Book
2) Julian Clary’s Briefs Encountered
3) Frankie Boyle’s iconoclastic Work! Consume! Die!
4) Alan Partridge in I, Partridge: We Need to Talk About Alan
5) Peter Kay: The Book
Films showing in the cinema this Christmas:
1) Happy Feet Two. (December 2nd 2011.)
2) Arthur Christmas. (Out already.)
3) A very Harold and Kumar 3D Christmas. (9th December 2011.)
4) The fairies Christmas Ballet. (1st December 2011.)
It can be a stressful time for many having to rush around a busy shopping centre to buy the ideal Christmas gifts for family/friends and partners but it’s also a magical time of the year with plenty of comedy to get you in the Christmas spirit.
Every year I always have a giggle at the Elf Yourself website where you can upload pictures of yourself and friends onto an Elf and watch them dance, it’s a must…take a look at my example 🙂