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The Asshole's Guide to Cooking, volume 1 By James Harbeck
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Do you love good food but hate Martha Stewart? Do you wish Julia Child had been just a little bit more like Tom Waits? Do you sometimes just want to get past all the preciousness and cook a... More > non-obnoxious meal that really doesn’t suck? And maybe actually enjoy reading the instructions while you’re at it? Here’s your fucking cookbook. This isn’t a book about cooking for assholes, it’s a book about cooking by an asshole. You don’t need to be an asshole to use it—and you had better not be a dumbass. You just need to be tired of cookbook authors who are either officious or gushy. And you have to be game to do whatever works, regardless of what some people think you should do. It's your meal, after all.< Less
Songs of Love and Grammar By James Harbeck, Jonathan Lu
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"I met a buxom grammatician / and said I'd like her out to take; / back she came with proposition: / in let's stay and out let's make..." Who can look at punctuation mark or idiom and not... More > think of romantic frustration? Clearly, what the world needs most is flippant poems that combine points of English grammar with a salacious sensibility. And here it is: Songs of Love and Grammar, some five-dozen-odd poems on romantic and grammatical entanglements. Is it reference? Is it poetry? Well, yes, but above all, it's funny.< Less
Songs of Love and Grammar By James Harbeck, Jonathan Lu
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"I met a buxom grammatician / and said I'd like her out to take; / back she came with proposition: / in let's stay and out let's make..." Who can look at punctuation mark or idiom and not... More > think of romantic frustration? Clearly, what the world needs most is flippant poems that combine points of English grammar with a salacious sensibility. And here it is: Songs of Love and Grammar, some five-dozen-odd poems on romantic and grammatical entanglements. Is it reference? Is it poetry? Well, yes, but above all, it's funny.< Less