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Memoirs of a Buckingham Biker By Graham C Jones
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Ever wondered what went on in those groups most people complained about? Ones with rips in their jeans and black leathers? Ones which mother's told their daughters to stay away from? Ones who had the... More > aroma of smeared oil and spilled beer? Ones who shattered the peace with barking engines? Yes. Bikers. This laugh out loud romp through the mid/late 70's gives an insight into those wild hazy days from one who was there. Gary Jones. This is a personal account of stupidity in an alcohol fuelled journey of a lad becoming a man. Stumbling through delicate impressionable teenage years, takes him on an unusual, yet hysterical path which affects his future. This semi autobiographical novel is a true representation of the kind of life that was led. Oh, and of course, names have been changed to protect the stupid.< Less
Everything I've Learned About Women During My 37 Years on Planet Earth By David Zolnowski
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Fresh off the runaway success of his first novel "Hypothetically Speaking..." David Zolnowski is back with a vengeance with this hysterical, introspective, and cunningly clever novel is a... More > look at the intricacies of the human psyche. "Everything I've Learned About Women During My 37-Years on Planet Earth" isn't just another interestingly titled book trying to extort money from the masses, it's more like a gift. A gift to those who have tried, and failed, to figure out the female of our species. It's a comprehensive listing of everything I have learned about women during my 37+ years of exhaustive research. Yes, I know... there are many in my life that would think this book would be blank... But I assure you; this really is a comprehensive listing of "Everything I've Learned About Women During My 37 Years on Planet Earth." (Especially Page Number 57!!)< Less
Prince Patrick A Memoir By Patrick R. Field
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“Prince Patrick” was a nick name given to me as a child by my family and parent’s friends that reflected my attitude and desire to be treated in a manner befitting a little prince.... More > A sign of endearment to humor my natural, idiosyncratic demeanor. I actually never thought of myself as royalty, rather, that I was “special," destined for greatness or to be famous, and should be treated as an incubating celebrity. But just how was I going to become a figure in history? A doctor or scientist that discovered a cure to a hideous disease or condition? An actor/artist that was going to define my generation? Or would I become infamous? Whereas, my innocent “hijinks” would lead to other more serious acts that would get me recognized for the wrong reasons. These stories of my eccentric exploits, told time and time again at family gatherings, have made both family and friends smile, giggle and laugh hysterically, with the words “no he did not” uttered more than once.< Less
iScream: From Strangers with Love By Jo Burke
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* * * * * Hysterical read - funny, warm and wise. Highly Recommend. (Mark Dolan) If you’re thinking or have thought about using the internet to find your perfect match be prepared. This book... More > is essential reading for anyone who thinks finding love at the click of a mouse is easy. iScream is a 21st Century dating diary by a working class, thirty-something full of hope. Bridget Jones was fiction - Jo Burke is fact. Single women will recognise Jo’s plight. Happily married men and women will know someone exactly like her, were once there themselves or, if their marriage isn’t a bed of roses, may have considered trying it. Single men can gain insider knowledge of exactly who their competition is and the Do’s and Don’ts of internet dating. Witty, honest and ever so slightly disconcerting.< Less
32 Reasons I Need a Helmet By Andrew Revels
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Do you achieve amusement in the misfortunes of others? Are you highly entertained by random acts of stupidity? Would you find humor in an elderly woman being knocked unconscious? If you answered... More > yes to any of these questions, this is the book for you. From the mind of Andrew Revels, author of Games Poor Kids Play, comes his much anticipated sequel, 32 Reasons I Need a Helmet. Thirty-two new outrageously funny life experiences and slices of Americana. In this hilarious follow-up, Andrew Revels introduces a whole new group of crazy adventures and unforgettable characters. If he didn’t accomplish it with his first installment, this one will definitely leave you thankful he isn’t your kid. Featuring the artwork of Jay Bakker. “I was laughing so hard I was in tears before I finished the first chapter. Absolutely hysterical!” - Lisa McCall< Less
32 Reasons I Need a Helmet By Andrew Revels
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Do you achieve amusement in the misfortunes of others? Are you highly entertained by random acts of stupidity? Would you find humor in an elderly woman being knocked unconscious? If you answered... More > yes to any of these questions, this is the book for you. From the mind of Andrew Revels, author of Games Poor Kids Play, comes his much anticipated sequel, 32 Reasons I Need a Helmet. Thirty-two new outrageously funny life experiences and slices of Americana. In this hilarious follow-up, Andrew Revels introduces a whole new group of crazy adventures and unforgettable characters. If he didn’t accomplish it with his first installment, this one will definitely leave you thankful he isn’t your kid. Featuring the artwork of Jay Bakker. “I was laughing so hard I was in tears before I finished the first chapter. Absolutely hysterical!” - Lisa McCall< Less
Everything I've Learned About Women During My 37 Years on Planet Earth By David Zolnowski
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Fresh off the runaway success of his first novel "Hypothetically Speaking..." David Zolnowski is back with a vengeance with this hysterical, introspective, and cunningly clever novel is a... More > look at the intricacies of the human psyche. "Everything I've Learned About Women During My 37-Years on Planet Earth" isn't just another interestingly titled book trying to extort money from the masses, it's more like a gift. A gift to those who have tried, and failed, to figure out the female of our species. It's a comprehensive listing of everything I have learned about women during my 37+ years of exhaustive research. Yes, I know... there are many in my life that would think this book would be blank... But I assure you; this really is a comprehensive listing of "Everything I've Learned About Women During My 37 Years on Planet Earth." (Especially Page Number 57!!)< Less
I'm Celibate... Get Me Out of Here!: True Memoirs of an Internet Dater By Jo Elliott
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A wickedly humorous true story about 30-something Jo Elliott's search for love in the modern world. Having explored the traditional avenues, she has a reluctant peek at a dating website.... More > “That’s for freaks and weirdos,” she declares, before plunging in and registering. Jo’s journey takes her through various encounters with men who lie about everything (especially their height) and advertise themselves with fake pictures. Amongst this smorgasbord of deluded, and desperate people there are some decent blokes, but none are right for Jo. No sleaze or sex, just a hysterically funny tale about the trials & tribulations of internet dating. The real emails Jo received show how Digital-Cupid can get it SO wrong, but equally how easy it is to fall in love with someone you’ve never met over the keyboard.< Less
Eunuchs in the Harem By Nana S. ACHAMPONG
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I have worked myself to hysterical heights watching American “news” programs on television many nights and I have always wondered how the toxic content and base level of discussion... More > somehow manage to attract sufficient advertising and sponsorship to make the broadcasting of filth viable. But then, one realizes that there is a legion of mindless zombies whose very existence is directly connected to the ignorance purveyed. This is big business in America. I have come, reluctantly, to understand the resolute divisions in the ideological landscape of this frontier environment; I have retired myself to the reality that for every insightful Rachel Maddow, there are thousands of toxic, bawdy, deliberately ignorant opposites dedicated to working against civilization. In the following collection are selected articles and blogs (initially published at www.blogspot.ancientgriot.com over the last couple of years) reflecting my frustration about these castrated coaches of political intercourse.< Less

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