by Richard Crasta

Humor: I Will NOT Go the F**k to Sleep

Published Date : December 8th 2011

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: 128
: English
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I Will Not Go the F**k to Sleep and Other Preposterously Wacky Essays

Anthology of Nonconformist Humor


(Note: Most of the essays in this book have been republished in a humor anthology called The Empire Bites Back on Amazon. The title I Will Not Go the F**k to Sleep is still available, but is published under the pen name of Benny Profane at and, and could possibly be withdrawn in its entirety, soon.)


This anthology of humor imagines:

- What if a child, asked to go the f**k to sleep by its father, could respond in adult language?

- What does it feel like to send a kitten to a cat home or cat shelter, just because your two-year-old son is allergic to cats?

- A band of 5000 yogis flown in from India specifically to balance India’s budget deficit by spilling coffee on their laps at 5,000 McDonald’s restaurants.

- A Nuclear Weapons fire sale to help balance America’s deficit

- What would Christ say to the Reagan-Bush economists at the Last Judgment?

This short anthology of politically incorrect humor and satire is a send-up of pretensions, prejudices, and politicians, of Daddies and Indians, Americans and Hollywood, gurus and Genesis, and a raw true story of pubertal disaster: possibly the coolest blend of sophisticated and silly but life-extending laughter that is also probably different from almost anything else you have read.

Customer Reviews


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- Business Standard

Indefatigable good humor transcends the personal to stand for the contradictions of India as a whole. Considerable charm.

- Publishers Weekly, USA

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- Kurt Vonnegut

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- Afternoon Despatch & Courier