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Summary of How to Avoid a Climate Disaster

by Alexander Cooper

Summary of How to Avoid a Climate Disaster

There are two numbers you need to know when it comes to understanding climate change. The first is fifty billion-the number of greenhouse gasses we release into the...

Funny Dirty Jokes for Adults

by Nico F.

Funny, Hilarious, Dirty & Uncensored Dirty Jokes for Adults!

Louis C. K. - Best Quotes

by Nico F.

A collection of the best jokes ok Louis C. K.

Colorful jokes... funny, dirty, hilarious, indecent  Vol. 2

by Nico F.

Colorful jokes... funny, dirty, hilarious, indecent... Vol. 2

Colorful jokes... funny, dirty, hilarious, indecent (Vol. 1)

by Nico F.

A hilarious collection of hundreds of dirty jokes.

Have fun.

Il delitto di Lord Arthur Savile

by Oscar Wilde

Il giovane Lord Arthur Savile ha proprio tutto per essere felice: una vita agiata, la prospettiva di un bel matrimonio... fino al giorno in cui un chiromante non gli predice che commetterà un omicidio. Da quel...

Sorry for the late brain response

by Elisabeth V.A

“I’m not paying a therapist, but a dumbass instead: when I have low self-esteem, talking to him makes me feel immediately smarter.”

“Before you start speaking, make sure that your brain is connected....

Hail to the Fraud

by Various & R. L. Saunders

An Anthology of Imposters and Cheats, Fakes and Hoaxes, Politicians and False Elections...

It's very possible that the entertainment that people of this world want most is to enjoy a great deception.

And certainly...

Lao-tzu, A Study in Chinese Philosophy (1870)

by Thomas Watters

One of the most remarkable men in the history of China, as also in the history of philosophy, is Lao-tz?, the author of the Tao-tê Ching (???). This book deserves, and has obtained with those who know it,...

How May I Offend You Today?

by Susannah B. Lewis

USA Today bestselling author Susannah B. Lewis (creator of Whoa! Susannah) is back with another hilarious take on what so many people are thinking but are afraid to say aloud.

Millions of online fans have flocked...

The Accidental Senator

by Laura Heffernan

Lana Chen’s just been elected state senator. Weird, because she wasn’t running. 

Well, practicing law was getting boring anyway, so Lana dives into the deep end. She seeks guidance from Senator Jason Park...

5 Things with Father Bill

by William Byrne & Roma Downey

For almost a decade, popular priest and YouTube personality Fr. Bill Byrne wrote a column titled “5 Things” for his local church newspaper featuring five life hacks, prayer starters, or spiritual meditations...

Snoring And Sleep Apnea No More, How To Fall Asleep Fast And Beat Fatigue

by Matthew Johnson

Regardless of whether your snoring is just a noisy annoyance or you’re snoring like a lawnmower, I want to share some valuable tips that can greatly reduce your snoring, if not curing it altogether. The truth...

A Parody Outline of History

by R. L. Saunders & Donald Ogden Stewart

A Parody Outline of History - Wherein May Be Found a Curiously Irreverent Treatment of American Historical Events, Imagining Them as They Would Be Narrated by America's Most Characteristic Contemporary Authors...

The Adventures of Gerard

by Arthur Conan Doyle

After killing off Sherlock Holmes, Sir Arthur Conan Doyle began a new series of tales on a very different theme and focused on a new character, the brigadier Etienne Gerard, a french hussard of the Napoleon...

To the Person Sitting in Darkness

by Mark Twain

 "To the Person Sitting in Darkness" is an essay by American author Mark Twain published in the North American Review in February 1901. It is a satire exposing imperialism as revealed in the Boxer Uprising...

50 ways to make him fear losing you.

by Céline Claire

Seeing is believing. This amazing ebook will help any lady in a relationship to try different tactics of making her man fear losing her. Any relationships that are soon breaking up need mending through reading...

The Little Warrior

by P. G. Wodehouse

The Little Warrior by P. G. Wodehouse. The heroine here, Jill Mariner, is a sweet-natured and wealthy young woman who, at the opening, is engaged to a knighted MP, Sir Derek Underhill. We follow her through...

Poll Dancer

by Laura Heffernan

When politics meets pole fitness, Mel's life flips upside-down.

After Mel’s disastrous promotional video goes viral,  a “family values” group launches a protest against her dance studio. Their leader isn’t...

The Gold Bat

by P. G. Wodehouse

The Gold Bat by P. G. Wodehouse. Set at the fictional public school of Wrykyn, The Gold Bat tells how two boys, O'Hara and Moriarty, tar and feather a statue of the local M.P. as a prank. They get away with...