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    POKE

    A Poke in the Eye (Hardback)

    Amnesty International

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    A major anthology of the charity's celebrated comedy shows, The Secret Policeman's Ball Presents A Poke in the Eye (With a Sharp Stick) marks the 50th anniversary of Amnesty International. The keepsake book is a fitting tribute to a comedy institution and includes unique contributions from comedians including John Cleese and Michael Palin. It brings together the greatest acts to appear at the charity's fundraising shows including Eddie Izzard, Dylan Moran and Russell Brand, and also features the scripts for the iconic Dead Parrot Sketch and Rowan Atkinson's school-master's roll-call. The celebrated comedy routines are accompanied by beautiful photography, special introductions and insightful interviews with the stars involved too.
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    CRAZ

    Driving Like Crazy (Hardback)

    P.J. O'Rourke


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    P.J. O'Rourke - journalist, author and often heralded 'the funniest writer in America' - has a secret passion for cars. This hilarious book spans over 30 years of vehicular obsession as the author gets behind the wheel to take us on a hell-bending tour of some of the world's most scenic - and most treacherous - roads, from a thousand-mile expedition across Mexico to a trek through Kyrgyzstan in the back of a Soviet army surplus truck. Driving Like Crazy: Thirty Years of Vehicular Hell-bending is guaranteed high-octane fun!

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    CTBD

    The Coffee Table Book Of Doom (Hardback)

    Steven Appleby

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    This timely companion guide to the 27 doom-laden horsemen - personal doom, asteroid impact, pandemics and 24 others - will help you fully prepare for the end of the world, currently scheduled for New Year's Eve 2012. Beautifully illustrated and brought to life by authors Steven Appleby and Art Lester, the observational comedy is wonderfully set off by the absurd drawings.

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    RSAW

    Roger, Sausage and Whippet (Hardback)

    Christopher Moore

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    Christopher Moore, the author of Trench Fever, provides a lexicon of the phrases and lingo of life at the front in Roger, Sausage & Whippet. In four long years, from 1914 - 1918, the Western Front created a generation of young men and women bonded by combat and burdened by duty. Wherever they were or whatever they were doing, these brave heroes invented or borrowed a word for it. From Ammo to Zig-Zag, this gift book offers a fascinating glimpse into life during the First World War.
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    WHIT

    Whitstable Mum In Custard Shortage (Hardback)

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    From a sagging aquatic centre roof to an alcoholic stealing a tortoise, regional newspapers are filled with weird and wonderful stories. This entertaining hardback seeks to round up some of the most bizarre and hilarious news clippings, each of which is sure to leave you either astonished or thoroughly amused! Whitstable Mum in Custard Shortage is a celebration of the surreal side of British journalism - ranging from stories of smug, vicious swans to the dangerous news that a youth was found in a phone box with a fork!

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    MARS

    Packing for Mars (Hardback)

    Mary Roach


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    Mary Roach, best-selling author of Stiff and Bonk, turns her attention to space travel with the thoroughly entertaining Packing For Mars: The Curious Science Of Life In The Void. Through a series of bizarre space simulations by space agencies, she looks at just how astronauts survive in space, a place that contains none of the things we need to live and thrive - air, gravity, showers and privacy. What is it like being with only a few people for months? Just how much can one person give up? How much weirdness can they take?

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    LOSA

    Lost At Sea (Hardback)

    Jon Ronson

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    Jon Ronson, the award-winning writer, documentary maker and author of The Men Who Stare At Goats, is fascinated by madness, extraordinary behaviour and the human mind. In Lost At Sea, he presents a collection of his adventures, from meeting the man preparing to welcome aliens to Earth to another who tried to split the atom in his kitchen and the Deal or No Deal contestants who developed a foolproof system to beat the Banker. Frequently hilarious, sometimes disturbing and always entertaining, Lost At Sea is a compelling read that features some bizarre and unusual stories and intriguing people.
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    GAPY

    The Gap Yah Plannah (Paperback)

    Orlando


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    The Gap Yah Plannah is the ultimate guide to your gap year bantering. Grab your lashmina and get ready to chunder. So, you didn't get the grades, and you've decided to take a gap yah. Well, this is the gap year guide for you. Or, you massively love life and want to have a cheeky beer in loads of waard places around the world, and have decided to take a gap yah. This is the gap year guide for you, too. From budgeting for your time away (mummy and daddy's credit card) and what not to bring (respect for the law - that only inhibits your fun), to how to say 'vomcano' in Spanish, this is the absolutely essential spiritual, political and cultural guide to making the most of your gap yah.

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    HEGG

    How to Crack an Egg with One Hand (Hardback)

    Francesca Beauman

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    A great gift for women approaching or attempting to embrace motherhood, How to Crack an Egg with One Hand is packed with author Francesca Beauman?s wit and oozes class and intelligence. A wonderful read for new mothers, this humorous and pertinent hardback contains everything you needed to know about the manic journey of motherhood and plenty more besides. Full of fabulous knowledge that will astound and amuse, such as the history of the epidural and how to write your child's name in Chinese, this well-written book veers from the frivolous to the serious with entertaining frequency.
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    KENS

    Beautiful Chickens (Paperback)

    Christie Aschwanden and Andrew

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    Slightly bizarre but a delight to flick through and peruse, Beautiful Chickens is the ultimate in poultry portraiture, including 40 champion breeds - expertly snapped in a stylishly lit studio by top photographer Andrew Perris. Featuring prize-winning cocks and hens, along with interesting, informative and humorously written descriptions of each breed, this is a coffee table book that's sure to get your guests talking. The perfect hardback for flicking through and admiring, this book is a real surprise.

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    SEXU

    Sexually I’m More of a Switzerland (Hardback)

    David Rose


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    Sexually I’m More of a Switzerland is a wonderful collection of personal ads that evokes all sorts of emotions, not least amusement. David Rose hand-selects and annotates some of the most hilarious, desperate, hopeful, passionate and simply saddening mini biographies ever submitted in order to create an engrossing read. Men and women lay their souls bare in this way every day and it is fascinating to read these painstakingly crafted and finely honed ads that evoke a wonderful range of emotions.

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    PLEA

    Simple Pleasures (Hardback)

    Various

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    With contributions from the likes of A. C. Grayling, Jonathan Dimbleby and Anne Widdecombe, Simple Pleasures - Little Things That Make Life Worth Living is a charming hardback that sees some of the UK's best-loved writers reflect on various humble joys. There are many wonderful experiences in our day-to-day lives that we don't often take the time to reflect upon, so this lovely book, published in association with the National Trust, is filled with reminders of the little things that combine to make our lives so enjoyable. From a walk in the countryside, to a log fire and a letter from a friend, this is a book full of heartening reflections.
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    WWDO

    What Would Dickens Do? (Hardback)

    Constance Moore


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    To coincide with the bicentenary of Charles Dickens, Constance Moore takes a humorous look at some of the age-old questions still facing the nation in What Would Dickens Do? This book brings together quotes from some of his best loved and most maligned characters, as well as a few thoughts from the writer himself. Amongst the questions asked are is society in decline and can destiny be changed? A comforting read with a unique approach that will raise a few chuckles, as well as providing readers with plenty of quotes and a little more information on Dickens himself.

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    WBAB

    Was Beethoven a Birdwatcher? (Hardback)

    David Turner


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    Who among a host of rivals wrote the best poem about the nightingale? Is a James Bond film named after a duck? Find out the answers to these ornithological conundrums and others in this engaging book that delves into literature, science, religion, fine art and popular culture to reveal how a bird can be far more than the sum of its feathered, winged and webbed parts. Worshipped as gods and damned as agents of the Devil in equal measure, birds have also fostered scientific breakthroughs and even helped provoke a war. This humorous and insightful guide is full of brilliant curiosities that even a magpie would envy.
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    HTBG

    How To Be A Genius (Hardback)

    Robert Allen


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    Brain training for the idle minded, How to be a Genius will show you how you can make your brain work smarter, faster and longer with some dedicated effort. A book that will help you accomplish more, it features expert advice, brainteasers, puzzles, problem-solving tips and memory development skills, as well as many other effective mind-expanding techniques. With over 50 memory tricks that cover everything from revision skills to boosting creativity, this is a great quirky reference book that will help you on your way to genius status in no time!
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    The Gentleman's Instant Genius Guide (Hardback)

    Tom Cutler


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    Who has time nowadays to put in the graft to succeed? And why bother, when the truly important things in life only take a quarter of an hour to master? Here, Tom Cutler proves that following the path to becoming disgustingly rich, stylish, intelligent, thin, happy, classy, successful and a legend in the bedroom need take no longer than it does to cut your toenails, or listen to The Archers. You can learn how to become as popular as your dog. Which sports car suits your personality? How to work out the date of your death. Are you a genius? With Tom Cutler's help you will soon find inner perfection and hugely impress your family, friends and work colleagues. From the author of the brilliant "A Gentleman's Bedside Book", this is a hilariously funny but deeply practical guide to self-improvement.
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    AEDXR

    He Took My Kidney, Then Broke My Heart (Paperback)

    Dave Spikey


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    Everyone knows that their local newspaper has its own unique idea of what is newsworthy - and how these fascinating, and sometimes bizarre, happenings should be shared with the community. In "He Took My Kidney, Then Broke My Heart", Dave Spikey lampoons a collection of the most outrageous, amusing and downright farcical local news stories from the past few years. All the articles are 100-per-cent genuine, ranging from 'Fun with Ferrets at the YMCA' ("Halifax Courier") to the intriguingly titled, 'Llama Drama Ding Dong' ("Lancashire Evening Post"). Each news story is framed and analysed by Dave's comic running commentary. From the man who stole a Grim Reaper costume from Morecambe Town Hall, to the Leicester student who opted for suicide-bomber fancy dress (and then strolled through his city centre), no story is safe from Dave's laugh-out-loud mockery, as he pokes fun at the articles and their protagonists with his trademark wit and humour.
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    AEDXU

    You Know You're Past it When ... (Hardback)

    Shelley Klein


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    You know you're past it when...your back goes out more often than you do; it takes twice as long to look half as good; you forget you have a car, let alone where you parked it; you throw a party and the neighbours don't even notice; and you're given this book as a timely birthday gift.If any of the above seem familiar, then you are most definitely in need of this book. "You Know You're Past It When..." celebrates the inevitable fate that awaits all of us and makes the best out of growing old. Including hundreds of telltale signs, real-life case studies and quirky top-ten clues that wryly prove when someone is past their prime, you can learn to embrace the ageing process. There's nothing wrong with getting on a bit, as long as you do it with style.
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    AEDXO

    Tricks to Freak Out Your Friends (Paperback)

    Pete Firman


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    Pete Firman's Tricks To Freak Out Your Friends doesn't contain trivial and forgettable tricks. The material in this book is designed to blow people's minds. If someone bent a spoon under your nose, had it melt in your hand and then floated six inches off the ground you'd take notice, wouldn't you? If they'd followed that up by resurrecting a dead fly, swallowing a knife and making a message mysteriously appear on their forearm you'd be right to be well impressed, and it's all in "Tricks To Freak Out Your Friends", and more. This natty full-colour magic-manual takes you through each trick in detail, and colour photos demonstrate just how to perform them. It's guaranteed to make your friends look on in wonder!

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    ACSTU

    Boomerang (Hardback)

    Michael Lewis


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    Having made the U.S. financial crisis comprehensible for us all in "The Big Short", Michael Lewis realised that he hadn't begun to get grips with the full story. How exactly had it come to hit the rest of the world in the face too? Just how broke are we really? "Boomerang" is a tragi-comic romp across Europe, in which Lewis gives full vent to his storytelling genius. The cheap credit that rolled across the planet between 2002 and 2008 was more than a simple financial phenomenon: it was temptation, offering entire societies the chance to reveal aspects of their characters they could not normally afford to indulge. Icelanders wanted to stop fishing and become investment bankers. The Greeks wanted to turn their country into a pinata stuffed with cash and allow as many citizens as possible to take a whack. The Irish wanted to stop being Irish. The Germans wanted to be even more German. Michael Lewis' investigation of bubbles across Europe is brilliantly, sadly hilarious. He also turns a merciless eye on America: on California, the epicentre of world consumption, where we see that a final reckoning awaits the most avaricious of nations too. This is the ultimate book of our times. It's time to brace ourselves for impact and, with Michael Lewis, to laugh out loud while we're doing it.
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    AEDXP

    The ASBO Fairy Tales (Hardback)

    Hans Christian Asbosen


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    Sit back, relax and allow Hans Christian Asbosen to tell you fantastical stories of far-away lands. Once upon a time there were...Hansel and Courtney and their trail of Wotsits, Jack and the Weedstalk, Snow White and the Seven Dads and Bling-erella. Not quite as traditional as first glance might suggest, these hilarious reworkings of traditional classics are a wonderfully acerbic look at today's society. "The Asbo Fairy Tales" are fantastically packaged to resemble a traditional book of fairy stories, with great comic illustrations of the unique characters. There's "Little Red Riding Hoodie", the "Crack Piper of Camden", mistakenly enlisted to rid London of its rats, and "Sleep-In Beauty", who is cursed with an addiction to fairydust. "The ASBO Fairy Tales" will be the essential Christmas gift for 2008.
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    AEDWD

    Old Age and How to Survive it (Hardback)

    Edward Enfield


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    'Cicero remarked that old age is a strange business. No one wants to miss it, he said, and everyone complains about it when they get there. Not I, though'. Old age comes to us all, and "Enfield" wittily advises on how to survive its trickier obstacles, not least the people who suggest you must 'do something'. One of the great delights of the golden years is doing less - from giving up DIY and ambition to not inviting people to dinner. In these elegantly entertaining essays, "Enfield" guides those entering their finer years on how to make the most of old age.
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    AANXG

    Answers to Rhetorical Questions (Hardback)

    Caroline Taggart


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    The rhetorical question is one of those grammatical quirks that just doesn't seem to have any logic to it: a question that doesn't require an answer - what kind of question is that? However, now, thanks to "Answers to Rhetorical Questions", you will no longer be left in the dark when someone asks you 'what love's got to do with it?', 'what shall we do with the drunken sailor?' or 'who wants to be a millionaire?' All these answers and many more are contained in this playful and informative gift book, which includes: How long is a piece of string? Whose life is it anyway? How much is that doggy in the window? How soon is now? And are you blind? The days of being baffled and bemused are over thanks to this tongue-in-cheek book that will have its readers not only laughing out loud but perhaps even learning something utterly irrelevant too.
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    ABIIP

    Now We are Past it (Hardback)

    Allison Vale


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    The days of denial are over. The tell tale signs have been indentified. You've lost your youth (as well as your reading glasses). You're officially 'past it'. Yet, instead of commiserating, it's time to embrace the ageing process, celebrate the inevitable fate that awaits all of us and make the best out of 'getting on a bit'. 'Now We Are Past It' is another enjoyable and good-humoured collection of wrinkly wisdom, stories and faux-pas from Allison Vale, one of the co-authors of 'You Know You're Middle Aged When ...' and is guaranteed to raise a smile, but not the blood pressure, in the most advanced reader. From stories of embarrassing your children, to embarrassing yourself, and amusing tips on overcoming the odd 'senior moment' with flair, there is much that mature readers, or those on the receiving end of their howlers, will find amusing and uplifting.
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    ACSSS

    Are You Turning into Your Dad? (Hardback)

    Joseph Piercy


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    Calling all men - have you started buying your jeans for comfort rather than style? Do you prefer to watch the football in your favourite armchair rather than at the pub? Have you recently found yourself enjoying "Gardeners' Question" time or thinking about joining the National Trust? Stop! It's official. You are turning into your dad. This hilarious book is packed full of stories, advice, amusing quotes and more, designed to help men of all ages spot those unthinkable, yet inevitable signs that you are, in fact, becoming like your dad. An ideal gift for those men who are old before their time, and those who are just getting on a bit, this book will either have them embracing their inner dad or running in the opposite direction.
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    Cringe (Paperback)

    Sarah Brown


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    Who among us hasn't suffered from the trauma of adolescence? Of great loves gained and lost all in a day and friendships forever destroyed - only to be rekindled the following Monday morning? And which of us can honestly say that we don't have a secret collection of diaries, poems and crazed love letters stashed somewhere, a cringeworthy, but touching reminder of how simple it all was once? Well, you're not alone. "Cringe" features a fist-chewingly embarrassing collection of genuine teenage musings, alongside some self-examination, background and asides from the now so-called grown-ups who once wrote them. Re-enter the wonderfully melodramatic world of the teenage mind as "Cringe" provides a glimpse of the adolescent experience in all its navel-gazing glory.
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    The Seniors' Survival Guide (Hardback)

    Geoff Tibballs


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    Are you still struggling to set the clock on your video recorder? Are you worried that the times are moving without you and you're simply being dragged kicking and screaming into the twenty-first century? Does the thought of using an iPod or Blackberry make your palms sweaty? Or does the idea of going into Starbucks for a coffee strike fear in your heart?"The Seniors' Survival Guide" is here to help clear the fog and make sense of all the confusing mumbo-jumbo surrounding modern life. You don't need to be old to have those 'senior moments' either: anyone who has ever watched a four-year-old text with the speed and dexterity of a skilled touch-typist will know the feeling. The ultimate manual for modern living, "The Seniors' Survival Guide" includes everything from buying and selling on eBay and using that internet thingy, to understanding teen-speak, tackling global warming and negotiating telephone helplines. With this book the mechanical beeping, buzzing and whirring that surrounds and afflicts your everyday life will soon begin to fade, in time for a more peaceful Christmas 2008!
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    AAMJB

    Wicked Wit of Winston Churchill (Hardback)

    Dominique Enright


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    He took his seat in Parliament in the reign of Queen Victoria, and died when Lyndon Johnson was in his second year as US President. He fought as a soldier in four campaigns and as a war correspondent made an epic escape from Boer captivity. He wrote histories, biographies, memoirs, and even a novel, while his journalism, speeches and broadcasts run to millions of words. From 1940 he inspired and united the British people on the brink of defeat and guided their war effort first to resist and ultimately to crush the Axis powers. Sir Winston Churchill was also a man of vast humanity and enormous wit. His most famous speeches and sayings have passed into history but many of his aphorisms, puns and jokes are less well known. This enchanting collection brings together hundreds of his wittiest and wickedest quips as a record of all that was best about this lovable, infuriatingly conceited, wildly funny, and brilliantly talented Englishman.
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    Breaking Yawn (Hardback)

    Stephfordy Mayo


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    Heffa Lump is still living at home in Spatula having graduated from the Spatula Academy of Fictional Excellence, and is looking forward to a life of notoriety as the girlfriend of the fabulously wealthy vampire Teddy Kelledy. Still desperate for fame, Heffa considers entering Undead's Got Talent, judged in part by the fearsome Vindicti - the only problem is, she's not a member of the undead...yet! She soon realizes that hers and Teddy's love story is so amazing that it alone could make them both famous. As her plans for fame become more elaborate, she graciously allows Teddy to give her a blinging engagement ring and the society wedding of the season, with as much media coverage as possible. However, the course of true love and Heffa's frenzied rise to fame is threatened by The Vindicti, who want to make sure that the Kelledys' incredible celebrity power is under their control. Will Heffa ever get fame, fangs and a fabulously famous family? Will Teddy get the wedding night he lusts after? Find out in this hilarious new addition to the "Twishite" parody series.
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    Crap Teams (Hardback)

    Geoff Tibballs


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    "Crap Teams" is the ultimate guide to the heartache, hilarity and humiliation of football, featuring the worst seasons and shock defeats of the UK's most popular clubs. Even the best clubs have the odd off-day and "Crap Teams" provides the searing post-match analysis with facts, stats and photographic evidence of these fantastic failures. Focusing on football teams from the UK, together with special sections on international teams, every die-hard football fan will find something about their own club to despair at whilst also delighting in a rival squad's glaring inadequacy.
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    Out of the Mouths of Babes (Paperback)

    Shelley Klein


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    You have to hand it to children. They do have a wonderfully straightforward view of the world, and a way with words that manages to make day-to-day life much more fun. In "Out of the Mouths of Babes", you'll find a fantastic selection of the side-splitting bloopers, hiccups, innocent misunderstandings and downright funny things that kids have come out with. For example: Kids on love: 'If falling in love is anything like learning how to spell, I don't want to do it. It takes too long'; Kids on music: 'Handel was half German, half Italian and half English'; and, Kids on religion: 'St Paul cavorted to Christianity'. "Out of the Mouths of Babes" is a charming celebration of the unique, quirky - and usually entirely unintentional - humour of children everywhere, for adults who enjoy seeing the funnier side of life.
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    The Loo Companion (Paperback)

    Mark Leigh


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    Pull up a seat and take a pit stop with this amusing toilet book. "The Loo Companion" is a hilarious and entertaining addition to any bathroom, guaranteed to expand your mind and make you laugh whenever nature calls. This book contains pages of trivia, news stories, historic references, quotes, anecdotes, statistics, sudoku, jokes, quizzes, puzzles, and more - all written in bitesized chunks, perfect for the reader to dip into - however long they're otherwise 'engaged'. Filled with humorous facts about toilet-related activity, as well as a compendium of some more generic humour, there is something for everyone. So whenever you're going to see a man about a dog, this book will guarantee you'll never be bored and keep you glued to your seat.

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