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- Skyhorse Publishing 2013; US$ 14.95
Sex. It?s something that?s on everyone?s mind. But the minds that thought of the weird, strange, and stupid sex acts that are reported in Fifty Shades of Dumb: True Stories of Strange and Screwy Sex are a breed of their own?and unfortunately some of them try to breed on their own. more...
- Diplomica Verlag 2013; US$ 11.88
Hauptbeschreibung In diesem Band sind Essays, Vorträge und Aphorismen versammelt, die die jüngste Arbeitsphase der literaturwissenschaftlichen und philosophischen Studien Heiko Fritz' dokumentieren. Einige seiner bereits veröffentlichten Arbeiten erfahren in diesem Zuge eine Vertiefung, so zum Beispiel eine Abhandlung über Ludwig Klages und sein... more...
- Skyhorse Publishing 2014; US$ 9.95
A loving duo are like two peas in a pod, and Lovebites illustrates the quirks, whimsies, isms, kinks, idiosyncrasies, eccentricities, peculiarities, and funny moments of life as a couple through the medium of food. From chocolate bars, marshmallows, and cupcakes, to hot chilies, pickles, and even sushi, Ben Joel Price brings together a delightful... more...
- Souvenir Press 2013; US$ 4.36
“In this book you will find monsters who are sad, misunderstood, discouraged, lonely, and in many cases demonized, particularly the demons. Perhaps someday you will realize that inside each of them is a human, or at least parts of one. Because these monsters hunger for more than man-flesh; they hunger for love.? Exploring the secret lives of monsters... more...
- Wallstein Verlag 2013; US$ 14.62
Hauptbeschreibung Brillante Aphorismen und Kurzprosa in der Tradition von Lichtenberg und Karl Kraus. In den vom Autor selbst so genannten "Hinterkopfgeschichten" bietet Rainer Malkowski knappen Beobachtungen und Momentaufnahmen durch seine Kunst der sprachlichen Verdichtung einen weiten Hallraum der Reflexion. Neben diesen bereits im Jahr 2000... more...
- Arcade Publishing 2012; US$ 14.95
You?ve seen them before. They?re in your home, in your office, on the street. You?ve encountered them at some fine and not-so-fine establishments. They?re the new urban animals, and now they?ve been classified. You know you?ve met Every Mother?s Worse Nightmare (“So what if it says ‘Pussy? on the front, Mom? There?s a picture of a cat under the word?)... more...
- Sourcebooks 2013; US$ 14.99
This hilarious, irreverent, and profoundly honest memoir explores our cultural obsession with social media and dares to ask: Who is the real "you" and what is the story you tell others? At age 26, Dave Cicirelli found himself at a crossroads. While his friends on Facebook appeared to have lives of nonstop accomplishments, his early adulthood... more...
- Algora Publishing 2013; US$ 21.95
This book presents a provocatively, outrageously assertive exposure of fools in their not infrequently bizarre manifestations, the object being to leave no halfwits behind. Abundantly documented, endlessly subtle, hopelessly eccentric, deadly funny. more...
- Taylor and Francis 2013; US$ 20.95
Dr. Ellenbogen has surfaced once again to answer the age-old question, "Is psychology dead, or is it just sleeping?" And once again, he has pulled together some of the zaniest, most irreverent articles from his satirical Journal of Polymorphous Perversityr - a magazine that the Wall Street Journal called, "A social scientist's answer to Mad magazine."... more...