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Facebook Quotes and Status Updates: Volume 1

by Silver S.

Facebook Quotes and Status Updates Volume 1 is the perfect read for lovers of quotes that are edgy, slightly "out there" and sometimes R-Rated. These are not your usual quotes! These quotes will have you laughing...


A Load of Hooey

by Bob Odenkirk

Bob Odenkirk is a legend in the comedy-writing world, winning Emmys and acclaim for his work on Saturday Night Live, Mr. Show with Bob and David, and many other seminal TV shows. This book, his first, is a spleen-bruisingly...


Non-Essential Mnemonics: An Unnecessary Journey into Senseless Knowledge

by Kent Woodyard & Mark Downey

From the popular McSweeney's column, a witty look at mnemonics for everything you never wanted to remember.


The Adderall Empire: A Life With ADHD and the Millennials' Drug of Choice

by Andrew K. Smith

Andrew K. Smith's hooligan pranks and social impulsiveness paints a picture of Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) before medication, and it would seem that the little orange pills could cure his...


Life on the Mississippi

by Mark Twain

Lively recollections of Twain's salad days as a novice steamboat pilot to views from the passenger deck in the twilight of the river culture's heyday. Engrossing and entertaining anecdotes by a peerless storyteller....


Jewish Wit and Wisdom

by Herb Galewitz

Sometimes hilarious and frequently profound, this collection of aphorisms includes observations and remarks from statesmen, writers, artists, philosophers, jurists, musicians, and celebrities — from the prophets...


Go Play In the Traffic!

by Lenet Compton

Would you like to drive with finesse? Then this is the book for you regardless of your age. Driving is an enormous responsibility. Taking that responsibility seriously is an art that must continually be fine-tuned...


Who's to Say What's Obscene?: Politics, Culture, and Comedy in America Today

by Paul Krassner & Arianna Huffington

Satirical essays by a countercultural icon about the moral obscenity of contemporary politics, culture, and comedy.


Old and Cold: Orientation 101

by Janice Saunders

For all those older as well as younger people who are curious about the perceptions and experiences of aging folks, Old and Cold offers light-hearted yet realistic insight. Readers will enjoy the author’s...


The Unofficial Middle-earth Monster's Guide: Hunt Hobbits, Hoard Treasure, and Embrace Your Villainous Nature

by The Mordor Collective

It's good to be bad!

You're not evil. You're just...misunderstood. And you're in good company. In The Unofficial Middle-earth Monster's Guide, orcs, goblins, trolls, dark wizards--and on especially articulate...


Yokohama Threeway: And Other Small Shames

by Beth Lisick

Funny, odd, deeply personal, yet somehow universal, a collection of one woman's most humiliating moments, revealed with wit and gusto.


The Captain's Quest

by Hans Mateboer & Anne Hardin

This eBook is a "seaman's sampler" for those of you who want to wade into cruising before you dive right in! Eight stories—one each from The Captain's Log and The Captain's Journal and six new ones. Get your...


The Book of Testosterone: Stuff Men Say

by Mike Herron

The Book of Testosterone is a treasure trove of humorous, thought-provoking quotes, euphemisms, clichés, and opinions useful in shaping real men. Some are well known, others have been handed down by unknown...


Salmagundi Vietnam

by Don Pratt & Lee Blair

This collection of some 200 anecdotes emanating from the war in Vietnam presents a realistic picture of the ups and downs of American's Best serving a tour in Vietnam. A potpourri of booze, sex, satire, humor,...


English Eccentrics: a Gallery of Weird and Wonderful Men and Women

by Edith Sitwell

Eccentricity exists particularly in the English, states Dame Edith Sitwell, because of “that peculiar and satisfactory knowledge of infallibility that is the hallmark and the birthright of the British nation.”...


Love Insurance

by Earl Derr Biggers

"Love Insurance" is an early work by Earl Derr Biggers originally published in 1914. 

Allan, Lord Harrowby, son and heir of James Nelson Harrowby, came to Lloyds of London with a most unusual request for insurance....


The Travels At The Turn Of The Century

by Mario Garrido Espinosa

Five travel stories told with a lot of humor and irony. Five chronicles of a time when travelers did not carry a digital camera with memory for thousands of photos; nor did they carry a mobile phone with an...


My 1992 Diary

by Dawn Luebbe

Ready to revisit the early ’90s—that golden era of big bangs, Bubble Tape, and doing the Bartman? Meet your tour guide: Dawn Luebbe, an 11-year-old Nebraskan obsessed with 90210 and writing Kurt Cobain–inspired...


Marijuanamerica

by Alfred Ryan Nerz

Alfred Ryan Nerz is a Yale-educated author, journalist, and TV producer.  He’s also a longtime marijuana enthusiast who has made it his mission to better understand America’s long-standing love-hate relationship...


Travels From The Turn Of The Century

by Mario Garrido Espinosa

Five humorous and ironic chronicles of journeys from a time in which travelers didn’t carry a digital camera with storage for thousands of photos, nor a mobile telephone with infinite functions capable of...