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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. In this a charming, satirical “children’s” book, BuzzFeed’s lead animal editor and an acclaimed art director/illustrator poke fun at our contemporary, hyper-connected, and often mundane millennial age and the absurdities of the #blessed time and place in which we all now live.Welcome to “Digi Valley,” the epitome of twenty-first-century urban life! The animal-people who call it home do cool things: life coach, cat landlord, baby DJ teacher, app developer, iPhone photographer, new media consultant, beauty blogger, and, of course, freelancer. On the street, in the coffee shop, at the farmer’s market, or the local vegan cafe, you’ll meet new friends like Frances and Sadie, Freelance Frank, Realtor Rick, and Bethany the Beauty Blogger as they bike, drive, bus, hoverboard, and Uber their way around town-or just sit and enjoy a latte while doing important things on their devices. Everybody in Digi Valley is very, very busy-texting, tweeting, video chatting, sending selfies, swiping for dates, and binging on their favorite shows. Whether you’re looking for a job at the latest media startup or want to publish your own web series, this urban mecca has something for everyone. And with the emotionally sensitive, tech-friendly Digi Valley Elementary School, it’s a great place to raise kids too!In What Are We Even Doing With Our Lives? Chelsea Marshall and Mary Dauterman have created an authentic fictional world that illuminates the funny, silly, earnest experience of millennial life. But watch out when the unthinkable happens-the internet goes down! Filled with dozens of illustrated spreads, What Are We Even Doing With Our Lives? is the most honest children’s book for all ages ever written . . . like seriously.
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  3. The Pocket Book of Boosh by Julian Barratt Only from Mighty Ape
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  4. Winnie-the-Pooh's Little Book Of Wisdom by A.A. Milne 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. There’s a lot of action in GARFIELD’s life. It just happens to revolve around the refrigerator! So whether he’s reviewing the list of things he’s not going to do today, testing the first law of physics—“Bodies at rest tend to stay at rest”—or challenging Odie to a do-nothing contest, you can be sure that when mealtime comes, GARFIELD will have all the energy he needs!
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  8. From the notorious Internet troublemaker who brought the world the explosively popular “Next Time I’ll Spend the Money on Drugs Instead”, in which he attempted to pay his chiropractor with a picture he drew of a spider; “Please Design a Logo for Me. With Pie Charts. For Free,” which has been described as one of the most passed-on viral e-mails of all time; and, most recently, the staggeringly popular “Missing Missy”, which has appeared everywhere from The Guardian to Jezebel to Andrew Sullivan’s The Daily Dish, comes this profoundly funny collection of irreverent Internet mischief and comedy. Featuring all of Thorne’s viral success, including “Missing Missy”, The Internet Is a Playground culls together every article and e- mail from Thorne’s wildly popular website 27bslash6.com, as well as enough new material, available only in these pages, to keep you laughing-and, indeed, crying-until Thorne’s next stroke-of-genius prank. Or hilarious hoax. Or well-publicized almost-stint in jail (really).
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  9. “The Mammoth Book of Sex Scandals “harbors both modern and historical sexual shenanigans, from ancient Rome to today’s Washington. Sports stars, celebrities, politicians, kings, and clergy—no group has been spared the often farcical consequences of sexual desire. This collection lays some of the most hushed and wildest scandals bare in this compilation of risque behavior by the rich and famous
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  10. This Halloween tale offers readers three issues of “Bart Simpson’s Treehouse of Horror” comics along with suggestions for monster-proofing a bedroom and other amusing holiday-related tips. Original.
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  11. The Book of They is brought to you by comedian Peter Berner. Author/illustrator of The Book of He, Peter has delighted thousands of readers with his signature style of skewed imagination wrapped in absurdist humour. His sequel, The Book of They, contains 80 illustrations and delivers an entertaining take on relationships and coupledom. What more fertile ground could there be for humour? And this time, everyone gets a serve! Unlike his first book, The Book of They features both male and female characters, appealing to a wider audience range. In terms of format and presentation, The Book of They is a replica of the first, with 80 delightful illustrations around a theme, and perfectly pitched as a gift – small format, cased & jacketed and $16.99.
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  12. Miranda's Daily Dose of Such Fun! by Miranda Hart Only from Mighty Ape
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  13. This is not a book that will help you grow (or raise) a human successfully. But this is a book that might, if you’re not too emotionally battered – and can see through the permanent eye twitch – help you laugh a little more than you cry. But that’s not guaranteed. Nothing is really guaranteed as a nurturer of the small people. Here is one couple’s take on the horrors and humour of modern parenting told from his side and hers: honest, sad and laugh-out-loud funny. From deciding to try for a baby to the harrowing realities of miscarrying, from pregnancy and labour to bringing baby home and trying to reconcile the old life with the new – this book will speak to anyone with a small human of their own or hoping to take that fateful step.
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  14. The author evokes with irony the bewilderment and frailty of the best native Tasmanians, as they come face to face with the clumsy but inexorable power of their white destroyers. His masterpiece.
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  15. The Tiny Book of Tiny Pleasures by Flow Magazine Only from Mighty Ape
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  16. A hilarious, fascinating and alternative history of bad behaviour, from an editor at Cracked. Part history lesson, part how-to guide, A Brief History of Vice includes interviews with experts and original experimentation to bring readers a history of some of humanity’s most prominent vices, along with explanations for how each of them helped humans rise to the top of the food chain. Readers won’t just learn about the beer that destroyed South America’s first empire – they’ll learn how to make it at home!
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  17. 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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  18. From award-winning reporter and author of Pieces of Intelligence: The Existential Poetry of Donald H. Rumsfeld comes this collection of poems mined from the interviews, speeches, and tweets of Republican President-elect Donald Trump.The Vicious OnesI was attacked viciouslyBy those women,Of course, it’s very hard for themTo attack me on looks,Because I’m so good looking.But I was attacked very viciouslyBy those women.—August 9, 2015, NBC’s Meet the PressStraight from the mouth of “the Donald” himself, this treasury of spoken poetry-not a word is changed-has been culled from nearly 30 years of interviews, speeches, tweets, and ramblings from President-elect and billionaire Donald Trump. Since the 1980s, Trump has built his verses like his casinos, using only the highest quality words and phrases, regardless of cost. He’s run a real estate empire, achieved a net worth of ten billion dollars, scripted best-sellers, and starred in the top-rated TV show “The Apprentice.” Like a colossus, he bestrides the cultural world as if it were the bottle-strewn boardwalk of Atlantic City.But until now, Trump’s poetry-delivered spontaneously in moments of enduring clarity-has gone unnoticed, (making it the only aspect of Trump to be that way.) On a regular basis, The Donald speaks, tweets and hollers his verses-always without the needless restrictions of political correctness and grammar… because among world class poets, there don’t be no grammar, there only be truth… big time!Whether you’re a Trump debunker or admirer, The Bard of the Deal will delight, shock, and entertain you. So prepare to be Trumped by the ten billion dollar poetry of the ten billion dollar bard. This is the art of the poem.
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  19. 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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  20. ‘Australian history is…so curious and strange, that it…does not read like history, but like the most beautiful lies… It is full of surprises, and adventures, and incongruities, and contradictions, and incredibilities; but they are all true, they all happened.’ – Mark TwainAustralia is the birthplace and setting of some of the wildest, craziest and least-likely-to-succeed cons and rorts in history. From the cleverest double-crosses to the most unlikely and maddest schemes, master storyteller Jim Haynes reminds us that we’ve never been shy of pulling a trick or two.So how did a clever bushman who ‘couldn’t lie straight in bed’ steal a thousand head of cattle and get away with it even though he was caught ‘red handed’? And what about the disappearing work of art that suddenly dissolved only to reappear at an auction years later? Or how about the butcher from Wagga who passed himself off as a French-born English duke to inherit a small fortune. And then there was the small matter of a horse, a tin of paint and a million dollar double-cross that became known as the Fine Cotton Affair.In only the way he can, Jim Haynes has collected a veritable ‘Gullible’s Tales’ of unexpected and surprising true stories that may seem hard to believe!
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    Free Delivery Worldwide : Japanese Humour : Hardback : Palgrave MacMillan : 9780333616024 : 0333616022 : 18 Jun 1997 : It is about how people make rules about humour: rules about what humour is, what it is not, what it should and should not be, when it should and should not be used, what type of humour is permissible and what type forbidden, what is good and bad about humour, what should be considered funny and what should not.
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    Free Delivery Worldwide : Humour, Work and Organization : Hardback : Taylor & Francis Ltd : 9780415384124 : 0415384125 : 30 May 2007 : Explores the critical, subversive and ambivalent character of humour, work and comedy as it relates to organizations and organized work. This work examines the various individual, organizational, social and cultural means through which humour is represented, deployed, developed, used and understood.
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    Free Delivery Worldwide : Humour: A Very Short Introduction : Paperback : Oxford University Press : 9780199552221 : 0199552223 : 01 Mar 2014 : Humour is a universal feature of human life. In this Very Short Introduction Noel Carroll considers the nature and value of humour, from its leading theories and its relation to emotion and cognition, to ethical questions of its morality and its significance in shaping society.
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    Free Delivery Worldwide : On Humour : Paperback : Taylor & Francis Ltd : 9780415251211 : 0415251214 : 01 Jul 2002 : This is a fascinating and beautifully written book on what philosophy can tell us about humour and about what it is to be human. It will fascinate and intrigue anyone with a sense of humour, which hopefully is all of us.
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