By Andy Simmons
Each year, Reader’s Digest readers ship in tens of millions of jokes and humorous anecdotes, of their quest for a $100 money and, as an additional gain, everlasting glory: to have their funny story released within the world’s best-read journal. One guy is preventing them from their quest. Andy Simmons.
It takes a feeling of humor. And Andy definitely has that. not just is he the arbiter of all issues humorous in Reader’s Digest; he's their Mark Twain, invoice Cosby, or even their David Sedaris. In different phrases, Andy is the man Reader’s Digest turns to every time they wish a shaggy dog story all of the United States can relish. He’s ideal for the task. Andy takes nice savour the humorous and oddball part of daily life. In Now That’s Funny!, Andy offers his hottest, funniest writings on all issues the United States, a few specific and all-new, a few taken from the award-winning pages of Reader’s Digest.
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