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Cheesy Wotsits and the History of Western Philosophy By Brian Luff
eBook (PDF): $7.81
“Jean-Paul Sartre had eyes that looked in different directions, so you never really knew in which direction he was philosophising.” This book is about nothing. In mathematics there's... More > only one way for nothing to exist, but there are an infinite number of ways for there to be something. So “something” is therefore more stable than “nothing”. Which means that the more cluttered the universe is, the more stable it becomes. Does this mean that clutter is good? Brian Luff sets out to prove that it does. Along the way he walks us through a card-carrying Philistine's view of Western philosophy. There'll also be football, internet dating, yoghurt- making and hundreds of bags of low fat cheese puffs. Plus, how do you play the game of Pogs, and what constitutes the perfect piece of toast? If all this sounds a bit complicated, don’t worry, he dumbs it down quite a lot. Cheesy Wotsits and the History of Western Philosophy will change your life for at least ten minutes.< Less
The Moon's Not a Virgin Anymore By Brian Luff
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Paula is a professional medium who's spirit guide happens to be a bitter and twisted ex-stand up comedian called Frankie Gabriel. Psychic sparks fly when Paula is visited by a blocked TV writer... More > called Adam Reilly, and Frankie starts to get more than a little jealous. Brian Luffís sparkling comedy was first performed to great critical acclaim on the Edinburgh Fringe in 1991, and this is the first time the play has been published in paperback. "Very funny and sexually frank. If you've ever wondered if there is sex after death then this ghostly comedy is definitely for you" Evening News "Slick and entertaining with a clever twist in the tail" The List "This comedy has all the ingredients for a good Edinburgh romp" Festival Times "A neatly reliable comedy" The Scotsman< Less
Juiced Lucid By Brian Luff
eBook (PDF): $9.37
Juiced Lucid is a condition whereby a person becomes so drunk that he or she literally “drinks themselves sober”. At this point they suddenly begin to make perfect sense, becoming almost... More > super-coherent. I very much doubt whether this state of mind actually exists, but for some reason it seemed an appropriate title for this book. In this anthology a number of successful audiobooks by Brian Luff are for the first time released in the form of good old-fashioned printed words. One of them, “Don’t Cry for Me Ricky Villa” has been downloaded from iTunes over 50,000 times.< Less
The Moon's Not a Virgin Anymore By Brian Luff
eBook (PDF): $10.86
Paula is a professional medium who's spirit guide happens to be a bitter and twisted stand-up comedian called Frankie Gabriel.Psychic sparks fly when Paula is visited by a blocked TV writer called... More > Adam Reilly, and Frankie starts to get more than a little jealous. Brian Luff's sparkling comedy was first performed to great critical acclaim on the Edinburgh Fringe in 1991, and this is the first time the play has been published in paperback "Very funny and sexually frank. If you've ever wondered if there is sex after death then this ghostly comedy is definitely for you" Evening News "Slick and entertaining with a clever twist in the tail" The List "This comedy has all the ingredients for a good festival romp" Festival Times "A neatly reliable comedy" The Scotsman< Less
Sex Tips for Pandas By Brian Luff
eBook (PDF): $9.37
Special edition of this popular paperback with bonus photo section and a brand new final chapter which brings the story up to date. When scriptwriters Georgina Sowerby and Brian Luff began... More > recording podcasts in their spare bedroom in 2005, they had no way of knowing what an adventure they were embarking upon. Sex Tips for Pandas is the story of a couple from London whose podcasts touched the hearts of thousands and propelled them on a bizarre and comical trip around the world. It’s also an intimate, often confessional book about a relationship, and a tantalizing glimpse at the none-too-glamorous side of the entertainment industry. For Brian and Georgina podcasting was an obsessive shared interest, a form of escapism from the real world which became the very glue that held their often difficult and complicated relationship together. Sprinkled throughout with showbiz anecdotes and bitchy behind-the-scenes gossip, Sex Tips For Pandas will amuse you, entertain you and ultimately inspire you.< Less
Cheesy Wotsits and the History of Western Philosophy By Brian Luff
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“Jean-Paul Sartre had eyes that looked in different directions, so you never really knew in which direction he was philosophising.” This book is about nothing. In mathematics there's... More > only one way for nothing to exist, but there are an infinite number of ways for there to be something. So “something” is therefore more stable than “nothing”. Which means that the more cluttered the universe is, the more stable it becomes. Does this mean that clutter is good? Brian Luff sets out to prove that it does. Along the way he walks us through a card-carrying Philistine's view of Western philosophy. There'll also be football, internet dating, yoghurt- making and hundreds of bags of low fat cheese puffs. Plus, how do you play the game of Pogs, and what constitutes the perfect piece of toast? If all this sounds a bit complicated, don’t worry, he dumbs it down quite a lot. Cheesy Wotsits and the History of Western Philosophy will change your life for at least ten minutes.< Less
Sex Tips for Pandas By Brian Luff
Paperback: $21.67
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Special edition of this popular paperback with bonus photo section and a brand new final chapter which brings the story up to date. When scriptwriters Georgina Sowerby and Brian Luff began... More > recording podcasts in their spare bedroom in 2005, they had no way of knowing what an adventure they were embarking upon. Sex Tips for Pandas is the story of a couple from London whose podcasts touched the hearts of thousands and propelled them on a bizarre and comical trip around the world. It’s also an intimate, often confessional book about a relationship, and a tantalizing glimpse at the none-too-glamorous side of the entertainment industry. For Brian and Georgina podcasting was an obsessive shared interest, a form of escapism from the real world which became the very glue that held their often difficult and complicated relationship together. Sprinkled throughout with showbiz anecdotes and bitchy behind-the-scenes gossip, Sex Tips For Pandas will amuse you, entertain you and ultimately inspire you.< Less
You're Not Going To Like This By Brian Luff
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From Homeland to Downton Abbey, X-Factor to Big Brother, Brian Luff has reviewed hundreds of TV shows and media events over the past couple of years - always with his own unique sense of humour and... More > with his tongue firmly in his cheek. This was a turbulent time for the British media, as it was hit by scandal after scandal in the wake of the Jimmy Savile enquiry. Add to that the death of Margaret Thatcher, the appointment of a new Pope, the London Olympics and the anniversary of the Queen's coronation, and there have rarely been more lively times in the United Kingdom - much of which is covered in this compilation of columns, blogs and articles.< Less
Juiced Lucid By Brian Luff
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Juiced Lucid is a condition whereby a person becomes so drunk that he or she literally “drinks themselves sober”. At this point they suddenly begin to make perfect sense, becoming almost... More > super-coherent. I very much doubt whether this state of mind actually exists, but for some reason it seemed an appropriate title for this book. In this anthology a number of successful audiobooks by Brian Luff are for the first time released in the form of good old-fashioned printed words. One of them, “Don’t Cry for Me Ricky Villa” has been downloaded from iTunes over 50,000 times.< Less
The Moon's Not a Virgin Anymore By Brian Luff
Paperback: $15.14
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Paula is a professional medium who's spirit guide happens to be a bitter and twisted ex-stand up comedian called Frankie Gabriel. Psychic sparks fly when Paula is visited by a blocked TV writer... More > called Adam Reilly, and Frankie starts to get more than a little jealous. Brian Luffís sparkling comedy was first performed to great critical acclaim on the Edinburgh Fringe in 1991, and this is the first time the play has been published in paperback. "Very funny and sexually frank. If you've ever wondered if there is sex after death then this ghostly comedy is definitely for you" Evening News "Slick and entertaining with a clever twist in the tail" The List "This comedy has all the ingredients for a good Edinburgh romp" Festival Times "A neatly reliable comedy" The Scotsman< Less