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Unbalanced Humors: The Pets Issue By Luke Pola
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Do you have pets? Do you laugh at your pets? Do you laugh at people who have pets? If you answered "Heck yeah!" to any of the previous questions, then Unbalanced Humors: The Pets Issue... More > is for you. Features a schematic of the N.E.D. X-500 Personal Companion, some witty and surprisingly accurate translations of your cat's body language, some dirty comic strips that are pet related, and a short story about a leg-humping dog.< Less
If It's Such a Small World Then Why Have I Been Sitting On This Airplane For Twelve Hours? By Mad Dog
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A humorous, quirky, and unique look at the world, its people, and their cultures. Seventy-seven columns have been culled from Mad Dog's travels through the United States and the world, from a... More > four-week coast-to-coast car trip to an extended stay on Bali, from the coronation of the Slug Queen in Eugene, Oregon, to flirting with a Russian spy in Cuba. It's a view of the world as you've never seen it before.< Less
If it's Such a Small World Then Why Have I Been Sitting on this Airplane for Twelve Hours? By Mad Dog
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A humorous, quirky, and unique look at the world, its people, and their cultures. Seventy-seven columns have been culled from Mad Dog’s travels through the United States and the world, from a... More > four-week coast-to-coast car trip to an extended stay on Bali, from the coronation of the Slug Queen in Eugene, Oregon to flirting with a Russian spy in Cuba. It’s a view of the world as you’ve never seen it before.< Less
Going to the Dogs By Robert Graybill
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Short (two0page), humorous piece by professor of literature on use of the word "dog" connoting disfavor, beauty, insults, and so on.
Dog Selfies By Virinia Downham
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If you love taking photographs of yourself then you are going to love dog selfies. If you are in need of a good laugh check out Dog Selfies right now. See twenty amazing pictures of Dogs that you... More > will love to look at again and again. Learn how dogs see themselves it’s rather funny.< Less
Ghost Dogs By Ryan Conklin
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Read this book!!! Exciting, humor and enjoyable, kids will love this book!!!
Dog Dookie By Rachel Laundon
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A hilarious picture book exploring the nasty side of dog ownership.
Dog Dookie By Rachel Laundon
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A hilarious picture book exploring the nasty side of dog ownership.
Pete and The Dog By Andrew Cannon
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Pete (real name: Rasputin) and The Dog (real name: The Dog) are always together. Pete is a full-time senior in high school, a part-time contract wizard for the Agency, and can’t die. The Dog... More > isn’t real. Together, they have to stop a train from Hell, steal a piano, get a girlfriend (just for Pete—The Dog is fine being single), and save Pete’s hometown from imminent destruction (which, really, is the best kind). With help from his family, a storekeeper at the Cosmic Center of the Universe, and a steady stream of office supplies, Pete and The Dog learn important life lessons: getting off a bus can be harder than you think, ninjas come in all sizes, and girls are always more complicated than they appear. Read more at: peteandthedog.blogspot.com< Less
Pete and The Dog By Andrew Cannon
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Pete (real name: Rasputin) and The Dog (real name: The Dog) are always together. Pete is a full-time senior in high school, a part-time contract wizard for the Agency, and can’t die. The Dog... More > isn’t real. Together, they have to stop a train from Hell, steal a piano, get a girlfriend (just for Pete—The Dog is fine being single), and save Pete’s hometown from imminent destruction (which, really, is the best kind). With help from his family, a storekeeper at the Cosmic Center of the Universe, and a steady stream of office supplies, Pete and The Dog learn important life lessons: getting off a bus can be harder than you think, ninjas come in all sizes, and girls are always more complicated than they appear. Read more at: peteandthedog.blogspot.com< Less