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  • Merv Hughes' Best Sporting Insultsby Merv Hughes

    Allen & Unwin 2010; US$ 16.35

    A hilarious collection of killer lines from the mouths of the sporting greats of cricket, rugby, footie and even the golf course - a must have for any sports fan. more...

  • The Biggest Ever Tim Vine Joke Bookby Tim Vine

    Random House 2010; US$ 14.09

    The irrepressible, hysterical, puntastical Tim Vine, star of stage and screen, treats all of us here in his first joke book. Packed full of zingers and hilarious illustrations, if this doesn't put a smile on your face, nothing will. What's not to like: The other day someone left a piece of plasticine in my dressing room. I didn't know what to make... more...

  • A Man Walks Into a Bar 3by Jonathan Swan

    Ebury Publishing 2010; US$ 14.09

    Did you hear about the scarecrow that won the Nobel Prize? He was outstanding in his field. What kind of cheese can hide a horse? Mascarpone. What about the red ship and the purple ship that collided at sea? Over one hundred sailors were marooned. Did you hear about the paranoid vegetarian? He always feared the wurst. A blonde Essex girl walked... more...

  • The Clumsiest People in Europeby Favell Lee Mortimer; Todd Pruzan

    Random House 2010; US$ 14.09

    In the middle of the 1800s, Mrs Favell Lee Mortimer set out to write an ambitious guide to all the nations on Earth. There were just three problems: She had never set foot outside Shropshire. She was horribly misinformed about virtually every topic she turned her attention to. And she was prejudiced against foreigners. The result was an unintentionally... more...

  • Not in My Nameby Chas Newkey-Burden; Julie Burchill

    Ebury Publishing 2008; US$ 12.68

    It is a great and glorious tradition the world over - to vehemently state one thing and then do the exact opposite. Royals are doing it, reformed smokers are doing it, and politicians are virtually synonymous with it. Welcome to the heyday of hypocrisy. From the Everyday Hypocrites (cyclists, white hip-hop fans, reality television-haters) to the... more...

  • This Septic Isleby Mike Barfield

    Ebury Publishing 2009; US$ 14.09

    Dictionary: A book with a Beginning, a Middle and an End - but not in that order. This Septic Isle is a dictionary that re-defines 21st Century Britain in the wickedest and wittiest way imaginable. In an age where Spin is King, this super-cynical, irreverant reference book finally tells it like it is, not like it isn't and never will be. With... more...

  • The Doings of Hamish and Dougalby Barry Cryer; Graeme Garden

    Random House 2009; US$ 14.09

    Hello there! You'll have had your tea? Dougal here. Well, here we go, with our wee book. It's a collection or pot pourri (I've no idea what Hamish means by that - it sounds like something to do with the Pope) of our activities or 'doings' in the village we call home, because that's exactly what it is. Together with our housekeeper, Mrs Naughtie,... more...

  • Lyttelton's Britainby Iain Pattinson

    Random House 2009; US$ 14.09

    The I'm Sorry I Haven't A Clue team of Barry Cryer, Graeme Garden and Tim Brooke-Taylor, in the company of their esteemed chairman Humphrey Lyttelton, have been recording their BBC radio show around the UK for longer than any of them can remember ... that's about a week - or twenty minutes in the case of Barry Cryer. At each venue Humph would present... more...

  • My Experimental Lifeby A J Jacobs

    Random House 2010; US$ 11.27

    For his first book, AJ Jacobs read the entire Encyclopedia Britannica . For his second, he followed every single rule in the Bible. Now comes a collection of his most outrageous, hilarious and thought-provoking experiments yet. In My Experimental Life Jacobs puts himself to a series of bizarre and ridiculous tests, from total obedience to... more...

  • Don't Get Me Startedby Mitchell Symons

    Transworld 2009; US$ 11.27

    Modern life is full of annoyances. Indeed it sometimes seems as if life conspires to become more and more annoying every day, just to piss us off. *Pop-up windows on the internet *Brian Sewell's voice *People who use finger signs to denote quotation marks *'Talking' birthday cards that never shut up *Mobile phone ringtones Is there no end to... more...