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  1. A collection of the world’s most scenic outhouses, panoramic bathrooms and incomparable restroom views.
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  2. Tony Husband is one of the UK’s leading cartoonists. In a long career, beginning in 1984, he has created cartoons for many leading publications, including The Spectator, Private Eye, The Times, and Punch. Tony has won more than fifteen major awards, including the prestigious Pont Award. Black humor never goes out of fashion and the truths about human nature revealed by Husband’s work never cease to tickle the funny bone, no matter how many times readers leaf through these pages.
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  3. The Lisa Book: The Simpson's Library of Wisdom by Matt Groening Only from Mighty Ape
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  4. The Ladybird Book of Mindfulness by Jason Hazeley Only from Mighty Ape
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  5. THE MEETING BOOK The old 9am’er, or maybe it’s a late one as always. At a meeting everyone has a chance to have their say, most of the people at this meeting have nothing to say but they say something anyway. That way the meeting has not been a waste of everyone’s time. From agendas to contracts, get the ultimate joke book on meetings 101. FEATURES The ultimate guide to business meetings Office gag 101 A great gift for a colleague SPECIFICATIONS 53 Pages Length: 12cm Height: 17.5cm Width: 1cm
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  6. Musings from a truly original thinker on eveything under the sun and many things over the moon. There are few aspects of existence to which Michael Leunig has not turned his renaissance mind, as a bemused and committed member of the human plight. From his cartoonist’s sensibilities comes a peculiar journalism made of parable, memoir and soliloquy, on subjects ranging from the sublime to the subhuman. From the fragile ecosystem of the spirit to the brutalisation of the modern world. From the joy of primal epiphanies to the wretchedness of the violence we unwittingly commit against each other and our deeper selves each day. To hypocrisy and dispair in the political order. Military madness and the media. To violins, artists and newborn facials. The value of the mundane. Emotional mysteries and the night sky. Light and darkness in the national character. The wisdom of the innocent. The sadness of the brain-ridden. Humanity’s redeeming pathos and our exquisite inseparabilitiy from the natural world. . . The lot. Even in the smallest, simplest things, Leunig finds the eternal key. And no matter how confronting the topic, he awakens and upholds the funny side. The uplifting side. The side you’d forgotten about – or didn’t realise was there.
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  7. This is Limmy’s second book.It’s a whole load of new, odd, and hilariously grim short stories. Tom is in a soft play with his daughters. He’s bored. He’s so bored he can move things with his mind.A man fills up a mate’s biscuit tin without ever telling him, to see what happens.Maggie’s boyfriend Iain bought a curtain. It keeps attacking them. She wants it out the house.A man is sitting in his wheelie bin at two in the morning, and he wants to tell you why.Kenny’s mate Scott is suicidal and ridden with guilt. Kenny takes him on holiday to Benidorm. It’ll be some laugh.Praise for Daft Wee Stories:`The comedy book of the year.’ – Time Out`Funny, peculiar and original.’ – Guardian`Didn’t realise pieces of paper with no pictures on could be so funny. I mean I was cryin’ all day yesterday into this book. Hilarious’ – Someone on Amazon
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  8. There’s no point denying it, drinking is fun and eating is pretty good, too. Combine these activities and you end up with one of the simplest, most enjoyable experiences on the planet: getting legless and consuming some incredible edibles. My Drunk Kitchen celebrates this beautiful match made in the kitchen
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  9. ‘Freedom of speech is the freedom to offend and that means the freedom to offend anyone.’ A new collection of the art and observations of cartoonist, painter and all-round contrarian – the incomparable Bill Leak. The public has rarely held politicians and the practice of politics in such contempt. Luckily Bill Leak is here to guide us through the darkness. UnAustralian of the Year contains Leak’s best editorial cartoons since 2007 and is a satirical history of an extraordinary period in Australian politics- from the enthusiastic popular mandate enjoyed by Kevin Rudd’s Labor after the 2007 federal election to the brutal merry-go-round of party leaders culminating in the rancour and instability surrounding Julia Gillard’s minority government. In a series of reflections Leak writes with his customary directness and acerbic wit on a range of topics- his recent accident and recovery from brain damage; the blessings of manic-depression for the creative artist; the art of editorial cartooning and his commitment to free expression; portrait painting and the contemporary art scene.
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  10. Prepare to be even more revolted, flabbergasted, appalled and entertained by this incredible follow-up collection of bizarre but absolutely true trivia. Nothing is too distasteful for this astonishing compendium, including scores of eclectic lists to amuse, astonish and appal your friends.Entries include: 10 Road-kill Recipes History’s, 10 Most Murderous Regimes, 10 Historic Sex Toys, 10 People who Married Their Nieces, 10 Deaths by Sex, 10 People Killed by Falling Animals, 10 Ancient Remedies Containing Body Parts, 10 Flatalogical Facts, 8 Most Violent National Anthems, 15 Premature Obituaries, 10 Unusual Royal Deaths, 10 Cruel and Unusual Punishments and 10 Notable Executions.
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  11. “Atlas, Schmatlas” is an absolutely silly, yet decidedly informative and comprehensive atlas of the world. Written and illustrated by Craig Robinson, who got a “D” on his O level geography exams, “Atlas, Schmatlas” has over 250 entries covering the globe, and is filled with colourful maps, graphs, illustrations of notable figures and famous residents, and even a quiz to test your knowledge of the flags of West African nations.Chock-full of questionable historical and geographical information, “Atlas, Schmatlas” will nevertheless teach you quite a bit about the world around you. You’ll learn that Chad is the place you should go if you want to take photographs of sand, Central America is the region of the world where your dreams might be realized (if you want a career as a CIA-backed military dictator) and that Saint Peter and Paul Rocks are twelve little volcanic islands located between Africa and Brazil where the Brazilians dump all that waxed-off pubic hair. Isn’t learning fun?
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  12. ‘It’s the kind of f***-up that would normally have Malcolm Tucker, Number 10’s Communications Director, the master of spin and the Matrix spitting blood . No, the guilty party in this instance is none other than Tucker himself. The man who likes to keep an iron grip on every news item in the media and every policy announcement that comes out of the government, has only gone and LEFT A CONFIDENTIAL FILE ON A TRAIN: The DoSAC Files.‘Based around the idea that King of Spin Malcolm Tucker has lost a confidential and highly damaging file on a train, this book is a collection of highly sensitive documents: personnel files, policy drafts, letters and emails, transcripts of phone calls, election campaign documents and top secret papers on the government’s media strategy for wars and recessions. There are also more personal documents such as the early drafts of Tucker’s diary, in no legal condition for publication. It’s explosive stuff, which could end careers on both sides, including Tucker’s own . From the team behind the award-winning and phenomenally successful The Thick Of It, and the Oscar-nominated In The Loop, comes the official tie-in book, The Thick of It: The Missing DoSAC Files. Written by the show’s creator Armando Iannucci along with his co-writers Jesse Armstrong, Tony Roche, Simon Blackwell and swearing consultant Ian Martin, The Thick of It: The Missing DoSAC Files looks set to be the political satire event of the year.
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  13. Shaun Micallef’s hilarious look at the American presidents is now in paperback! It all started with a desk made from the hull of a British ship, the HMS Resolute, a gift from Queen Victoria. The President’s desk, sitting in the Oval Office of the White House, has certainly seen some action from the Presidents who have sat behind it and made the decisions that have affected the history of the world. In this highly entertaining romp through American history, Shaun Micallef takes us inside the Oval Office to observe each President at work at the desk. Capturing their widely varying personalities and traits we see the evolution of the most powerful country in the world from the men who have sat at the desk. Certainly this is an alternative history of the US with an outrageous, adsurdist re-imagining of everyday life as President and an entirely new view of some of the events that have shaped the land of the free, America. AT LAST! A history book for people who can’t be bothered with accuracy. CONTAINS 1000 UNTOLD SECRETS OF THE AMERICAN PRESIDENCY, Including: * Why Jimmy Carter destroyed Washington * How George W. Bush killed John Howard * When Calvin Coolidge appeared nude on his own coin * Who drowned Warren Harding in his own hotel room * What Herbert Hoover really thought when he was attacked by Rin-Tin-TinThe President’s Desk is the story of America as seen through the eyes of its most powerful piece of furniture. Standing in the most important office in the land for over a hundred years, it has been sat at by no less than twenty-four of the greatest men who ever lived (I’m leaving out Nixon, obviously). This epic retelling of the history of the United States takes us from the desk’s early life as the humble timbers of a barquentine frozen in the waters of the Arctic, through its transformation by decree of Queen Victoria, to over a century in the Oval Office as an eventual antique.
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  14. What do you do when you spot a wild Trump in the election season? New York Times bestselling author and comedian Michael Ian Black has some sage advice for children (and all the rest of us who are scratching our heads in disbelief) in this perfectly timely parody picture book intended for adults that would be hysterical if it wasn’t so true.The beasty is called an American Trump. Its skin is bright orange, its figure is plump. Its fur so complex you might get enveloped. Its hands though are, sadly, underdeveloped. The Trump is a curious creature, very often spotted in the wild, but confounding to our youngest citizens. A business mogul, reality TV host, and now…political candidate? Kids (and let’s be honest many adults) might have difficulty discerning just what this thing that’s been dominating news coverage the US election cycle is. Could he actually be real? Are those…words coming out of his mouth? Why are his hands so tiny? And perhaps most importantly, what on earth do you do when you encounter an American Trump? With his signature wit and a classic picture book style, comedian Michael Ian Black introduces those unfamiliar with the Americus Trumpus to his distinguishing features and his mystifying campaign for world domination…sorry…President of the United States.
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  15. Australia’s king of jokes is back again with his fourth collection of greatgags.Me: Waiter, my wife knocked her drink over.Waiter: No problem, I’ll get you another one.Me: Thanks. Make sure the next one likes footy.Short Jokes for Tall People includes over 1,000 short, sharp and current one-linersfrom Marty and the world of comedy, complete with tips on how to tell a joke andhow to put together a set from this legend of Australian standup. There’s also acollection of Marty’s life lessons as only a comedian can give them.Marty Fields is a rapid-fi re power station of material and one of the genuine bigguns on the Australian comedy scene.With big laughs on every page, this book is a must for comedy fans. — Marty Fields is one of Australia’s most popular and versatile performers, a fi nelytuned and in-demand corporate comedian, Host/MC, actor and musician. Theson of Aussie icons Maurie Fields and Val Jellay, Marty was introduced to theentertainment industry at an early age. Originally an actor an
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  16. Launched just over a year ago on Facebook, Off The Leash has developed a regular daily following of over 150,000 dog lovers from around the world. Now the best of Rupert Fawcett’s brilliantly observed, touchingly true cartoons come together in book form for the first time. Featuring the secret thoughts and conversations of dogs of every size, shape and breed, this gorgeous book is a celebration of our favourite belly-scratching, tail-chasing, bed-stealing canine friends.
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  17. Pronunciation governs our regional and social identity more powerfully than any other aspect of spoken language. No wonder, then, that it has attracted most attention from satirists. In this intriguing book, David Crystal shows how our feelings about pronunciation today have their origins in the way our Victorian predecessors thought about the subject, as revealed in the pages of the satirical magazine, Punch. In the sixty years between its first issue in 1841 and the death of Queen Victoria in 1901, jokes about the fashions affecting English usage provide one of Punch’s most fruitful veins of humour, from the dropped aitches of the Cockney accent to the upper-class habit of dropping the final `g’ (huntin’ and fishin’). For ‘We Are Not Amused’, David Crystal has examined all the issues during the reign of Queen Victoria and brought together the cartoons and articles that poked fun at the subject of pronunciation, adding a commentary on the context of the times, explaining why people felt so strongly about accents, and identifying which accents were the main source of jokes. The collection brings to light a society where class distinction ruled, and where the way you pronounced a word was seen as a sometimes damning index of who you were and how you should be treated. It is a fascinating, provocative and highly entertaining insight into our on-going amusement at the subject of how we speak.
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  18. A Short History of Nearly Everything is Bill Bryson’s fascinating and humorous quest to understand everything that has happened from the Big Bang to the rise of civilisation. He takes subjects that normally bore the pants off most of us, like geology, chemistry, and particle physics, and aims to render them comprehensible to people who have never thought they could be interested in science. In the company of some extraordinary scientists, Bill Bryson reveals the world in a way most of us have never seen it before.
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  19. Do you remember finishing your last Year 12 exam and wondering what to do next? Do you remember waiting for your results and being stuck in limbo? Do you remember going to gigs, forming a band, getting bottles thrown at you by skinheads, making a bomb and getting arrested? Do you remember hitchhiking to Mildura to see the love of your life, but ending up in a caravan park by yourself on New Year’s Eve? You don’t? What? Did all this only happen to Dave O’Neil? That’s what this book is about – the summer in which Dave finished school and waited ten weeks to find out whether he’d make it into uni or have to get that trade his dad kept banging on about. The Summer of ’82 is the hilarious and heartfelt story of a boy becoming a man in suburban Australia.
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  20. A MASSIVE COLLECTION OF LAUGHABLE, CHEESY JOKES PERFECT FOR AMUSING DADS WHILE SLIGHTLY EMBARRASSING THE KIDS As groan-inducing as they are hilarious, dad jokes are the punny one-liners and oh-so-clever quips fathers never tire of telling. With this massive collection, no Dad will ever lack new material to make his kids facepalm: * A watermelon and a honeydew wanted to get married right away, but they cantaloupe. * After Humpty Dumpty recovered from his fall, he was just a shell of his former self. * Sign language interpreters have to lean sideways to translate something in italics. * Anyone with a wheat allergy that routinely eats pasta is just a gluten for punishment. * A chord walked into a bar and ordered a drink. The bartender said, “We don’t serve minors.”
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