This is Limmy's second book. It's a whole load of new, odd and hilariously grim short stories.
Tom is in a soft play with his daughters. He's bored. He's so bored he can move things with his mind.
A man fills up a mate's biscuit tin without ever telling him, to see what happens.
Maggie's boyfriend, Iain, bought a curtain. It keeps attacking them. She wants it out of the house.
A man is sitting in his wheelie bin at two in the morning, and he wants to tell you why.
Kenny's mate Scott is suicidal and ridden with guilt. Kenny takes him on holiday to Benidorm. It'll be some laugh.
" Daft Wee Stories will sate Limmy's existing fans and proves once again that his wickedly anarchic sensibility moves effortlessly between media." ( Chortle)
"Disturbing yet very, very funny, it's a shocking, scathing delight." ( The Sun)
"So good they'll make you snot yourself laughing." ( Scotland on Sunday)
"The comedy book of the year." ( Time Out)
"The tales he treats us to are indeed both daft and wee; happily, they're funny, peculiar and original, too." ( Guardian)