978 books (49 pages) in this category
by Ian Allen
Re-issued for Father's Day. Over 1000 new, and utterly horrible, dreadfully terrible and awfully rubbish Dad jokes. What do you call a decomposing whale? Mouldy Dick. And that joke sums up, somewhat poorly, the 999 other jokes in CRAP DAD ...
Boiled gannet, calf-brain custard and other 'acquired tastes'
by Geoff Tibballs
The worst cookbook ever, packed with truly bizarre and utterly disgusting recipes from all over the world. ...
by Johnny Sharp
Songwriters don't always seem to bother with the basic laws of grammar and literacy. The airwaves are crammed with awkward phrases, mixed metaphors, words that haven't been invented yet, and some that aren't words at all... Goodness knows what ...
by Kat Su
The Most Surprising, Shocking, and Stupid Statements Ever Made by U.S. Presidents, from George Washington to Barack Obama
by Robert Schnakenberg
A Mix 'n' Match Profanity Generator
by Jillian Panarese
28 and back home with mum and dad. Living the dream...
by Nat Luurtsema
by Michael Leunig
These letters are a small fragment of the vast correspondence known to have taken place between lone voyager Vasco Pyjama and his friend and mentor Mr Curly of Curly Flat. While domestic contentment and ease with the natural world are Mr Curly's
Dictators, Despots and Other Badass Hairdos
by Bryan 'The Brush' Burnsides
by Robert DenBleyker
A laugh-out-loud and exceedingly irreverent collection of comics from the #1 hit web comic, Cyanide and Happiness. Complete with 150 of their funniest classic comics as well as well as 30 brand new ones. WARNING - This book is illicit, ...
by Robert DenBleyker
If you're younger than 15 or older than 50, there is an 87% chance that something in this book will offend you. The #1 web comic, Cyanide & Happiness, is back with a brand new collection of comics sure to leave you gasping in horror or ...
The Craze Of The Hour
by Cecily Gayford
A book about the dangers and joys of the 'modern' craze of cycling, celebrating the 175th anniversary of The London Library ...
by Ian Allen
A multifarious collection of cock-ups, fiascos and debacles that all have one thing in common - Dads. Disasters are terrible things: the sinking of the Titanic, the crash of the Hindenburg, the collapse of the Tay Bridge etc. - not funny at ...
by Jim Gaffigan
by Jaya Saxena
"Dad Magazine is the first magazine written by dads, for dads. With hard-hitting feature reporting ("What's Up With the Neighbor's Lawn? We Investigate"), in-depth lifestyle articles ("Buying Shoes on eBay- A Guide"), fashion tips ("Rumpled ...
Notes on Fatherhood, the World's Best Job
by Michael Milligan
<div>Okay, so now it’s official—you’re a dad. Welcome to a club that’s unlike any other.</div><div><i>Dad Rules</i> was written with the intention of putting a smile on the face of any man who has navigated—or is about to navigate—the often
by Brad Getty
<DIV>They drank whiskey before you did. They wore skinny jeans before you did. They had mustaches before you did. Admit it, they were hipsters before you were! Based on the blog of the same name, this funny, of-the-moment book celebrates dads as
by Lyndsey;Saul, Lyndsey; Saul
"It's back. And it's more awkward than ever. Ever been screwed over by predictive text on your smart phone? You are not alone. <i>Damn You, Autocorrect! 2</i> brings together more of the laugh-out-loud funny and painfully embarrassing posts ...
Featuring a Host of Miraculous Moves
by Sam Stall
by Adrian Besley
<DIV>Following on from the success of the<I> Dangerous Book for Idiots</I>, this pack offers aspiring idiots a way to record their no-brain misadventures and keep a log of their attempts to endanger life. It also features advice on by taking the