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- Hardie Grant Books 2014; US$ 13.99
Megan Amram , one of Forbes "30 Under 30 in Hollywood & Entertainment," Rolling Stones "25 Funniest People on Twitter," and a writer for NBCs hit show Parks and Recreation, delivers a politically, scientifically, and anatomically incorrect "textbook" that will have women screaming with laughter, and men... more...
- Pavilion Books 2013; US$ 1.44
Just when you thought it was safe to go back into the bookshop, comes bestselling author Richard Wilson's triumphant follow up to Can't Be Arsed and Don't Even Think About It!, How Not to Talk Like an Arse is Mr Wilson's hilarious, and topical, self righteous stab at the modern day vernacular, taking aim at the invention of ridiculous, nonsensical... more...
- Pavilion Books 2013; US$ 5.82
This is, quite simply, the most comprehensive collection of Jewish jokes, ever! The author has sourced over 1000 jokes and witty anecdotes that will have your sides splitting. With topics ranging from Rabbis to relationships; hairdressers to honeymoons; Bar Mitzvahs to bodybuilders; and from shopping, dating and in-laws to miracles, Viagra and chutzpah... more...
- Pavilion Books 2013; US$ 2.90
What do you call a decomposing whale? Mouldy Dick. And that joke sums up, somewhat poorly, the 999 other jokes in Crap Dad Jokes. This is not a joke book that will make most people laugh. It is designed purely for dear ol' Dad. Following hot on the humorous heels of Porticos Very Embarrassing Book of Dad Jokes comes this awful sequel for your parental... more...
- Pavilion Books 2013; US$ 4.36
Why did the banana go to the doctors? Because he wasn't peeling very well! Proving the age-old maxim that its in the way that you tell them, Dads for the best part of forever have always been renowned for being truly god-awful joke tellers. Whether its telling them at the wrong moment, misremembering the punchline or it just simply being one of those... more...
- Skyhorse Publishing 2015; US$ 19.99
Humans have a purpose in this world: providing high-quality cat food, both wet and dry, also the Minimum Daily Cat Requirement of petting(not less than two hours),and most important, making available a good Sleep Environment for a cat. This must include comfortable chairs, couches, beds, countertops and a variety of floor surfaces: bare wood, a cool... more...
- BenBella Books, Inc. 2015; US$ 11.99
Keeping Da Vinci Code fans, conspiracy buffs, and puzzle enthusiasts in mind, the mysterious Dr. Ian Browne has woven a story of taut suspense and shocking revelations. When Eric San Leté, visiting curator of the Whitney Museum, is found dead, having left only a cryptic message as a clue to his death"Oh, Rubik's Cube! / Oh, Unisex haircut! / Find... more...
- Sourcebooks 2015; US$ 12.99
A unique and perfect gift book for any high school or college graduate, Good Luck With That is not your typical book of profound and poignant wisdom for graduates. Instead, this book looks at the advice you really need after graduation?and it's all a load of nonsense. more...
- Pavilion Books 2014; US$ 8.74
Nigel Rees presents a nostalgic and witty guide to wartime catchphrases, from the now ubiquitous 'Keep Calm and Carry On' to lesser-known gems such as 'lions led by donkeys'. Following his hugely popular survey of domestic sayings, More Tea Vicar?, Rees returns with a witty and fascinating examination of the catchphrases that saw us through wartime... more...