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One Thousand Beards

As seen in Time Magazine, Esquire, and The New Yorker!

Every man has the capacity to grow facial hair, but the decision to do so has always come with layers of meaning. Facial hair has traditionally marked ...

A Very Lonely Planet

Welcome to the Very Lonely Planet: the kingdom of single guydom, a place for men to discuss women problems--the problem being, there aren't any women. It's a place where doggy-style sex means drooling ...

Luck of the Draw

Money. Gobs of it. In the blink of an eye - or the drop of a ball-- it's all yours.
Everyone dreams about striking it rich by winning a lottery. We all feverishly line up to purchase our tickets, and ...

Kareers

By John H. Anderson
Categories: Humour

Kareers is a satirical hot button collection of alternative career opportunities that - at the cusp of the millennium - pokes fun at America's corporate malaise. It's a book for those who've read What ...

Bad Jobs

Bad Jobs is an anthology of tales--both humorous and tragic--about the worst jobs people have ever held.
This collection of stories, comics, and photographs depict, in gory true-life detail, examples ...

You're Not As Good As You Think You Are

By Chris Gudgeon
Categories: Humour

You're Not As Good As You Think You Are is an important addition to the field of self-help literature.
You think you're swell, don't you? That you're God's gift to the Universe, the cream in everyone ...

Higher Grounds

Edited by Kevin Barefoot
Categories: Cooking, Popular Culture, Humour

Coffee is the soma of the nineties, and Higher Grounds is your guidebook to the zeitgeist, whether it's truck-stop "Swedish gasoline" or a "half-double decaffeinated half-caf with a twist of lemon. " Includes ...

Viva Las Elvis

Edited by Peggy Thompson
Categories: Popular Culture, Music, Humour

A hip-shakin', pelvis-twistin' trip through Elvis World. Includes quotations from the King and those who knew him, as well as trivia about the Man from Memphis. Long live the King!
Before Elvis there ...

Little Lavender Book

Historically revealing quotations tracing the evolution of gay and lesbian desire amid the myriad struggles for acceptance.
I am the love that dare not speak its name. -Lord Alfred Douglas, Oscar Wilde's ...

The Little Blue Book of UFOs

Edited by John Robert Colombo
Categories: Humour

Quotations, both speculative and factual, on the important debate over the existence of unidentified flying objects in Canada.