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Proof That One Man's Creepy Face Changes A Book's Entire Meaning

Creep Lit 101.

While it's still true you should never judge a book by its cover, sometimes the book can be dramatically altered when my creepy, goofy face is also in the picture. Observe ...

  • "Crimes Without Victims"
    Or perhaps only <i><strong>I</strong></i> know where they are.
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    Or perhaps only I know where they are.
  • "Always Daddy's Girl"
    Which raises an important question. Who <i><strong>is</strong></i> your daddy?
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    Which raises an important question. Who is your daddy?
  • "Cat Wrangling Made Easy"
    Go, my pretties!&nbsp;<strong><i>KILL</i><i>!</i></strong>
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    Go, my pretties! KILL!
  • "Small Game Hunting"
    Would you like to play a game?
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    Would you like to play a game?
  • "DEVIANCE"
    You can't spell "deviance" without Evian. And I'm a thirsty, thirsty deviant.
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    You can't spell "deviance" without Evian. And I'm a thirsty, thirsty deviant.
  • "Points of the Horse"
    <i><strong>ALL</strong></i> the points, mwahahaha!
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    ALL the points, mwahahaha!
  • "The Loon Book"
    That is all.
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    That is all.
  • Rush Limbaugh's "The Way Things Ought To Be"
    Creepy face optional.
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    Creepy face optional.
  • "Ready Set Sew"
    Alternate title: "Race Other Sewing Enthusiasts With Needles."
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    Alternate title: "Race Other Sewing Enthusiasts With Needles."
  • "Sportin' a 'Tude"
    When you're apostro-feelin' the most creepy.
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    When you're apostro-feelin' the most creepy.

 

Wanna be in my book club? Great. Right now it's just me ... and you.

 

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