We actually have no information on this book, but we know its title alone is rated Six out of Five Stars and (really) nothing can go wrong here. Add this to your library right away!
This is the closest we’ve come to a Literary Masterpiece and (go figure) it involves cocktails. Anyone up for a Gin Eyre? Remembrance of Things Pabst? Maybe Bridget Jones Daiquiri? As one reviewer writes “Quirky Gift for Literature Lovers”, to which we add “And Cocktail Enthusiasts”. Recipes, drinking games – you’ll get it all.
Here is a literary masterpiece in the making – and you get to make it. Will it make the Best Sellers List? Who knows, but it’ll be fun trying. We just have to wonder if this is how “People I Want to Punch in the Throat” started…
One of our favorite comic strips is now presented to you in a four volume set. Get every adventure of Calvin and his imaginary tiger friend Hobbes from the strip’s 11-year history. This will truly make someone very happy!
Babies keep coming, yet no one asks the important questions – Who got peed on first? What went up the nose first? I mean when DID the belly button fall off for Pete’s sake?! A different kind of memory book for a different kind of parent – and a perfect Baby Shower gift.
Prepare for the next round of DJ Trivia at the neighborhood bar – or put down the cellphone and make this your preferred reading on the porcelain throne. 704-pages of the unusual, bizarre or just plain funny is a great way to take a break from, um well, your unusual, bizarre or just plain funny day.
With a title like this, we’re sure you can write the masterpiece it deserves! CafePress offers this in their Stationery department – and it makes “back to school” a little more tolerable.
Can’t get enough of screaming goats? Grab the definitive guide on the goats (32 whole pages!) – and get your own screaming goat. Great for expressing feelings of frustration, sadness and annoyance of people in general…
If you’ve ever wondered “What if” (or even if you haven’t)… This book has the answers!
We all run across people that annoy the crap out of us, but not all of us can put into words how we wish we could tell them off. You have problems, we have solutions – just tear out a letter and tear them a new one!
As the saying goes, “Never ask a question you don’t want the answer to”. Question: What can possibly go wrong?
I’ll let an actual review of The Big Fat Activity Book for Pregnant People do the talking – “Funny as hell (they had me at the constipated kitten coloring page). This book should be at every baby shower.”
(Oooh, constipated kittens… Good stuff!)
Prop this up by the litterbox for some bathroom reading and your cat will be prowling the streets at night a little more safely.
Step 1: Retire
More non-literature for the masses! Here is your chance to broaden your horizon of (sub)culture.
Mr. Scary Dude does children’s story? Okie-dokie then.
I believe we have found the perfect book for high school grads, college grads and pretty much every neighbor you’ll ever have…
Self-Help the Milee J Way! Mark Manson gets his message across using academic research and well-timed poop jokes, and by the end, you’ll have the motivation you need to choose your battles and actually make a difference in your own life.
With all the horror stories about pet food in the past – with no sign that manufacturers are trying to make things better (and make that food more affordable), do not take the chances with your dog’s health. You cook for yourself and your family, and your dog IS family – now you can keep them happy and healthy with these easy and tasty recipes!
Beetlejuice fans will recognize this book – but if you see words in this literary gem, you’re already dead. Until that happens, this makes one fun personal journal.
In in nutshell – yes, your cat IS plotting to kill you. This book spells out the signs you need to look for (this info is on a “need to know” basis, and we all need to know…)
A compilation of bedtime poetry – probably not suitable for children.
We started “Literary Corner” on the site – and had to definitely start with this!
And what Literary Corner could be complete without THIS classic?!