I only started reading Graham Rawle's novel 'Woman's World' yesterday, but it's off-the-chart nuts. Compiled as a collage (yep, the whole novel's a cut-and-paste job) from snippets from old women's magazines, it tells the tale of a young woman who, and bear with me cos I've only, as I say, read a few chapters so far, is clearly completely mental, living in a world that seems entirely informed by household tips and fashion advice.
Perhaps you better read the summary on Rawle's website instead. But take this as a recommendation, cos I am utterly hooked already.
It's a couple of days later, and I'm about half way through now, and it is a work of GENIUS.