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- Sourcebooks 2012; US$ 14.99
"This book is a hilarious romp of true life (unfortunately). Read it and prepare for your next date."?James Van Praagh, New York Times bestselling author, Talking to Heaven "Every story is the truth and every truthful moment is a hilarious journey! It's as if you're listening to your best friend at a coffee shop and watching a stand?up take... more...
- Sourcebooks 2012; US$ 12.99
A brand new collection from the wildly popular website Peopleofwalmart.com, featuring 200 photographs and captions, plus fan-submitted stories of their most random experiences, People of Walmart presents people of all shapes and sizes, wearing and doing everything imaginable, all in full view of the fellow shopping public. Plus, in this new collection,... more...
- Ebury Publishing 2013; US$ 14.20
It has been known by many different names to many different people: Knob, dick, schmuck, tool, percy, John Thomas, the bald headed mouse. It inspires lust, fear, awe and laughter. And yet, it is an object of shame and when engorged, indecency. It can be a pound of flesh or an ounce of wrinkles. It can be used to express both love and hate. It can... more...
- Constable & Robinson 2012; US$ 13.11
'Can books conduct electricity?'My children are just climbing your bookshelves: that's ok... isn't it?' A John Cleese Twitter question ['What is your pet peeve?'], first sparked the "Weird Things Customers Say in Bookshops" blog, which grew over three years into one bookseller's collection of ridiculous conversations on the shop floor. From 'Did... more...
- Constable & Robinson 2012; US$ 7.28
A side-splitting collection of the most earnest and mangled attempts at the English language made by generations of schoolchildren. Includes, amongst hundreds of others, the following howlers: Coal is decayed vegetarians. Socrates died of an overdose of wedlock. Joan of Arc was burnt to a steak. The King wore a scarlet robe trimmed with... more...
- Regnery Publishing 2011; US$ 14.95
Start every day off RIGHT! Try one of our 365 ways to drive a liberal (even more) crazy. Whether you quote from the Constitution (what, that old relic?) or point out the facts about global warming (as in, the planet has been steadily cooling for the past decade)?this is one sure-fire way to get under a lefty?s (thin) skin. more...
- Grand Central Publishing 2013; US$ 12.99
Josh Wolf--one of the stars and writers of Chelsea Lately and After Lately --delivers a hilarious collection of essays that reminds us all what it takes to conquer fatherhood without sacrificing manhood. Struggling to make it as a stand-up comic didn't always fit with being a single parent. But Josh figured out his own set of rules--through... more...
- HarperCollins 2009; Not Available
Universal and timeless, Delia Ephron's How to Eat Like a Child is a delightful revisiting of the joys -- and tricky ploys -- of childhood. Made into a children's television special and a musical theater revue performed across the country each year, How to Eat Like a Child offers advice beyond the artful etiquette of food consumption. Ephron also... more...