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The 20-teens guide 2 Y The world sucks

by Paolo dii Nerma

This book is nothing else but a series of brief collections of humoristic views about what the author thinks about the world. It talks about humanity in general, and then touches politics, power, psychology,...


How to Make Love to Adrian Colesberry: The Only Sex Guide You'll Ever Need

by Adrian Colesberry

A humorous guide to seducing, satisfying, and loving the only man you'll ever need

In an act of generosity, Adrian Colesberry has written an exquisitely detailed guidebook to ensure that every reader knows...


Barack Obama Is Your New Bicycle: 366 Ways He Really Cares

by Mathew Honan

The complete list of all the little things Barack Obama has done for you

America has fallen in love with Barack Obama for his impassioned rhetoric, his commitment to change, and his hope for a brighter future....


Cyanide and Happiness

by Rob Denbleyker, Dave McElfatric, Kris Wilson & Matt Melvin

Introducing the first real, tangible, ignitable collection of the hit online comic Cyanide & Happiness, featuring a selection of your favorite comics and thirty brand-new strips.

From the minds of Kris, Rob,...


My Dead Dad Was in ZZ Top: the ZZ Top Letters...and More 100% Real, Never Before Seen Documents from the World of Rock n' Roll

by Jon Glaser

An irreverent and ridiculous collection of "found" documents that will change everything you thought you knew about rock and roll, by the creator and star of Adult Swim's Delocated

Jon Glaser delves into the...


Eats, Poops & Leaves: The Essential Apologies, Rationalizations, and Downright Denials Every New Paren t Needs to Know and Other Fundamentals of Baby

by Adam Wasson

Because What You Don’t Know, Will Embarrass You.

What should you do if your baby shrieks at a wedding or “stealth vomits” on an innocent bystander? How can you use your child to avoid old friends you never...


Every Zombie Eats Somebody Sometime: A Book of Zombie Love Songs

by Michael P. Spradlin & Jeff Weigel

Zombies have feelings, too. . .

Sure, losing a limb doesn’t faze them in the slightest,but a zombie’s rotting heart can still break justlike anybody else’s. Yes, it’s true: Zombies need loving!And this...


The Dictionary of Love

by John Stark

In its more than three hundred pages, The Dictionary of Love gets to the heart of the matter: To rusticate is to get out of town with one's lover.

A ballabust is a controlling wife or girlfriend.

Bob Hope had...


Genius and Heroin: Creativity and Reckless Abandon Through

by Michael Largo

What is the price of brilliance?

Why are so many creative geniuses also ruinously self-destructive? From Caravaggio to Jackson Pollack, from Arthur Rimbaud to Jack Kerouac, from Charlie Parker to Janis Joplin,...


A Dictionary of Bristle

by Harry Stoke & Vinny Green

10th anniversary edition. New entries and citizenship test. Tangent's biggest selling local book. Perfect gift book for young and old. Harry Stoke and Vinny Green launched the Dictionary of Bristle in 2003 to...


Glastonbury Festival - Myths & Legends

by Marc Leverton

Have you heard the one about the ticket-less punter who was so desperate to get into the Glastonbury Festival that he hired a small plane and parachuted into the site? And what about the guy who dropped his...


The Little Book of Twitter: Get Tweetwise!

by Tim Collins

From humble origins as a nerdy pastime of computer geeks, Twitter has recently become an international phenomenon of online social networking. More than one million Tweeters update their microblogs on a daily...


Mental Floss presents In the Beginning

by Editors of Mental Floss

Sure, you know all about the birds and bees. But did Dad ever tell you that it wasn't a stork that put that shiny can opener in your kitchen drawer? Or paperclips started out as proud, Nazi-fighting warriors?...


Shut Up, You're Welcome: Thoughts on Life, Death, and Other Inconveniences

by Annie Choi

ANNIE CHOI HATES MUSICAL THEATER. SHE THINKS SANDWICHES ARE BORING. She likes camping, except for the outdoors part. At fifteen, her father made her read the entire car manual before allowing her to sit in the...


The Supervillain Field Manual: How to Conquer (Super) Friends and Incinerate People

by Ph.D, King Oblivion & Matt D. Wilson

With so much good out there, the time is now to take off those henchmen training wheels and become a full-fledged supervillain! With lessons from the founder and overlord of the International Society of Supervillains...


Etiquette for Outlaws

by Rob Cohen & David Wollock

Curious to find out:

  • what to wear to a Fetish Ball?
  • the difference between "sticky green" and "backyard boogie?"
  • which piercing has the worst pain factor?
  • how to find the best bookie?

Find out the answers to these...


Sometimes I Feel Like a Nut

by Jill Kargman

Demonstrating Woody Allen's magical math equation, comedy = tragedy + time, a sensational collection of witty essays about life, love, hate, kids, work, school, and more from the author of The Ex-Mrs. Hedgefund...


My First Dictionary

by Ross Horsley

Hello, boys and girls, and welcome to the wonderful world of words! You've learned the basics—from apple to zebra—but what about all those mysterious new terms you've heard the grown-ups whispering when...


Cheer Up, Mate!: Second World War Humour

by Alan Weeks

Between 1939 and 1945 the world witnessed what is generally agreed to be the most horrific war in history. Millions died and millions more where physically or psychologically wounded by the conflict. Yet amidst...


That's What She Said: Women Reveal What Men Really Need to Know

by T. J. Jefferson

The book was called Everything Men Understand About Women.

Upon opening it, the reader found 100 blank pages. Get it?

Very funny. But it gave T. J. Jefferson an idea. If men know nothing about the fairer sex,...