1136 books (57 pages) in this category
by Elly Lonon
Based on the successful <i>McSweeney's</i> column, <i>Amongst the Liberal Elite</i> takes readers on a cross-country road trip with Alex and Michael, romantic partners whose voices will resonate with fans of shows such as <i>Portlandia</i>, ...
by Karl Pilkington
Karl Pilkington: Adventurer. Philosopher. Idiot. Join the orange-headed one as he travels the world and discovers its wonders. ...
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by Peter FitzSimons
"Two drunks were walking home along the railway tracks. The first drunk says, 'There's a hell of a lot of steps here.' The second drunk says, 'I'll tell you what's worse, this hand rail is low down. Peter FitzSimons has collected the ...
by Mike McColl Jones
Mike McColl Jones has heard the words 'And now here's...' 6000 times and each of those 6000 times tonight show hosts such as Graham Kennedy, Don Lane, Bert Newton and Steve Vizard have walked into shot and spoken words written for them by ...Audio Book
Sniff tips, running sticks, and other accurately named animal parts
by Sophie Corrigan
Sophie Corrigan's <B>Animal Anatomy</B> is a collection of cute and funny animal illustrations that parody traditional anatomical drawings with funny nonsensical (though they make complete sense) labels. A tree frog, for example sports ...
Explaining the What If in Science, Geography and the Absurd
by Joseph Pisenti
<p>Looking for trivia books filled with fun facts and trivia questions and answers? <i>Answers to Questions You've Never Asked</i> will entertain you for hours. When you take the most absurd parts of history, science, economics, and ...
by Kris D'Agostino
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51 Things People Don't Tell You about Being Pregnant
by Haley Greene
A global journey inspired by writers from every continent
by Henry Russell
Sometimes the setting of a novel is as important as the story – where would Dickens be without London, or Edith Wharton without New York? Who can read <I>Jamaica Inn</I> and not want to visit Bodmin Moor, or enjoy Alexander McCall ...
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by Thomas Ridgewell
by Kaz Cooke
Lola Montez was the greatest show-off on earth. Born in 1818, she was famous for being rowdy, wicked and gorgeous. She travelled to all corners of the earth, seducing royalty, performing sexy dances and throwing tantrums. She drove men mad with ...
by Carl Hiaasen
by Jean-Yves Ferri
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by Justin Hook
Every time we do an Internet search, we're contributing to autocomplete. And every time a browser autocompletes our search query, with a word or even a phrase, it's showing us what millions of other people all over the world actually ...
by Joe Caramagna
by Mark Waid
by Joe Berkowitz
In this immersive ride into the subversive world of pun competitions, we meet punsters weird and wonderful, and Joe is our tour guide. His search to discover just who is making all this wordplay, and why, leads him to the professional comedians ...