Feeling a bit stressed? Maybe a little laughter could take the edge off! According to the documentary Laughology (2nd-floor DVDs, Academic, BF575.L3 L28 2010), laughing is a great way to reduce stress. And it’s good for your heart (see “Laughter is Good for Your Heart, According to a New UMMC Study“)!
Andersen Library can help! Search the Books, Media and More section of Research@UWW and find
- book titles such as The World’s best jokes (3rd-floor Main Collection, PN6153 .C6 1936a), The Oxford dictionary of humorous quotations (2nd-floor Reference Collection, PN6084.H8 O94 2001), Tales to tickle your funny bone: Humorous tales from around the world (online), “You-know” stories (3rd-floor Main Collection, PN6014 .B4 2009), Dave Barry in cyberspace (3rd-floor Main Collection, PN6231.E4 B27 1996), The 50 funniest American writers: An anthology of humor from Mark Twain to the Onion (3rd-floor Main Collection, PN6165 .F55 2011), Humor me: An anthology of funny contemporary writing (plus some great old stuff too) (3rd-floor Main Collection, PN6162 .H755 2010), Napalm & silly putty by George Carlin (3rd-floor Main Collection, PN6162 .C276 2001), and lots more.
- a recorded stand-up routine: Kevin Hart: Let me explain (2nd-floor Browsing DVDs, feature films, at “call number” Kev), and
- comedy films and TV shows that can be watched, such as Monty Python’s Life of Brian, Foul play, Anger management, In living color, Parks and recreation, British comedy The IT crowd, and many others (alphabetical by title in 2nd-floor Browsing DVDs).
Yep, who knew Andersen Library could be such a fun(ny) place? And good for your health, too.
If you’d like assistance with finding materials, please ask a librarian.