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Bad Austen: The Worst Stories Jane Never Wrote

by Jennifer Lawler & Peter Archer

Imagine Mansfield Park set on the Jersey Shore. Or Mr. Darcy heading up the Starship Enterprise. Or Emma Woodhouse traveling through time to indulge her matchmaking.

If you think that sounds like bad Austen,...


Diary of a Creepy-Ass Doll

by Stacey Leigh Brooks

Scary Good

In this darkly humorous book, discover the inner musings of a deliciously demented doll, once loved and now abandoned. Peek inside her secret diary of twisted thoughts and odd scribbles, hinting at...


How to Start Your Own Religion: Form a Church, Gain Followers, Become Tax-Exempt, and Sway the Minds of Millions in Five Easy Steps

by Philip Athans

Yes, world domination and eternal adoration can be yours!

"The way to make a million dollars is to start a religion."

—Attributed to L. Ron Hubbard, founder of Scientology

Wouldn't you like to control countless...


You Know Who's Awesome?: (Not You.)

by Ted Fox & Ryan Hannus

Ever stop and think, Everyone is just so awesome?

Didn't think so.

It's just a fact--most people aren't. But that doesn't stop them from thinking that they are. And that shouldn't stop you from mocking them....


Kawaii Not, Too: Cute Gets Badder

by Meghan Murphy

Cute Gets Badder

After the success of her first book, Kawaii Not, Meghan Murphy's fans have been begging for a second volume. Here it is—where cute gets badder. Each 4-panel comic features adorable versions...


Dawn of Zombie Haiku

by Ryan Mecum

...More Brains...

Some race. Some lurch. Others come crawling, limping, staggering—dragging themselves toward anyone who might still have a pulse. Zombies invade the island of Manhattan, and they are hungry....


Brainwashing for Beginners: Read This Book. Read This Book. Read This Book.

by Meghan Rowlan & Chris Turner-Neal

Readers, buy this book.

You will never read a book that is this important.

You will care for this book as if it is your own child.

You will feel overwhelming anxiety and nausea without this book.

You will no...


The Misanthrope's Guide to Life: (Go Away!)

by Meghan Rowland & Chris Turner-Neal

Misanthrope, n.: 1.) One who hates mankind; a curmudgeon; a loner; 2.) The guy in your office who responded to your e-mail of baby photos with "D-. Passing, but not college material"; 3.) A Realist

From The Misanthrope's...


The Bullsh*t Artist: Learn to Bluff, Dupe, Charm, and BS with the Best of 'Em

by Paul Kleinman

It's not what you know. It's what they think you know. And they will think you know it all once you learn how to bullsh*t successfully. Because there's a difference between talking out of your ass and bullsh*tting...


Monster Spotter's Guide to North America

by Scott Francis

Like a bird-watching guide... only for monsters

Monsters represent the dark side of humanity–the primal, animal impulses that reside in every single one of us. They have preyed upon our imaginations and our...


The Maxims of Manhood: 100 Rules Every Real Man Must Live By

by Jeff Wilser

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This Week's Recommended Title from the The Daily Bender Blog:

It's summer. So get your ass outside and get some real sun. Not only does that fake-and-bake turn you...


Bon Mots, Wisecracks, and Gags: The Wit of Robert Benchley, Dorothy Parker, and the Algonquin Round Table

by Robert E. Drennan & Heywood Hale Broun

“Stop looking at the world through rose-colored bifocals.” “His mind is so open, the wind whistles through it.” “You can’t teach an old dogma new tricks.” Ever wonder where these sayings came from?...


Weirdest and Wackiest World Records: From the Absolutely Bizarre to the Downright Shocking

by Tony Lyons

Who knew that one could make a claim to fame in such an unorthodox way? The Weirdest and Wackiest World Records may not list the most traditional achievements, but it sure will leave readers speechless. From...


The Snark Handbook: Clichés Edition: Overused Buzzwords, Hackneyed Phrases, and Other Misuses of the English Language

by Lawrence Dorfman

CLICHÉ: noun

Etymology: French, literally, printer's stereotype, from past participle of clichÉr, to stereotype, of imitative origin

Date: 1892

1 : a trite phrase or expression; also : the idea expressed by it...


Things Drunk People Say

by Kathleen Go

This is a collection of sometimes crass, always absurd, drunk quotes—ranging from the tipsy:

“What did I tell you my name was?”

“This shot has the faint smell of public restroom.”

“This bar is as...


There Was a Young Man from Nantucket: 1,001 Lewd Limericks Guaranteed to Amuse and Offend

by Ronald Stanza

Here now is a steamy collection

 Of limericks rare. Each selection

 Will run for five lines, 

Contain marvelous rhymes— 

Detailing sex acts of subtle complexion. 

Some readers may think that it’s crude ...


Dogs with Old Man Faces: Portraits of Crotchety Canines

by Tom Cohen

There's just something easy to love about those dogs with old man faces, with mugs weathered by experience and wisdom.


Pickles

by Brian Crane

A selection of more than 150 of the best daily strips from Brian Crane's hugely popular cartoon Pickles.


The Family Law

by Benjamin Law

Meet the Law family - eccentric, endearing and hard to resist. Your guide: Benjamin, the third of five children and a born humorist. Join him as he tries to answer some puzzling questions: Why won't his Chinese...


England My England: Anglophilia Explained

by Mark Dery

Downton Abbey has brought out the Anglophile in American fans of the hit TV series. But Anglophilia has a long history in America. Why are some native-born residents of our Shining City Upon a Hill, where All...