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Winner of the Sunday Times Humour Book of the Year, this book takes you on a tour to celebrate the absurd failures of the last twenty-five years. It includes 235 stories in total spread from the Outer Hebrides to America, Ireland, Australia, Europe and Africa.
It's amazing how many people go to considerable lengths to tell other people wacky things on boards
û and often get the message so delightfully wrong doing it.
The bestselling Giles compilation is back for 2017! This year we celebrate the 70th anniversary of the first appearance of that most beloved of characters, Grandma.
The hugely popular Trevor Romain is back with more random memories about growing up in South Africa in the 70s and 80s.
Features a selection of 1,342 facts such as: trees sleep at night; Google searches for 'How to put on a condom' peak at 10.28pm; there is no word for time in any Aboriginal language; Scotland has 421 words for snow; Emoji is the fastest growing language in history; and, astronauts wear belts to stop their trousers falling up.
Nick Harris has collected together some of the greatest jokes, gags and one-liners, which will have you laughing your socks off all day. If you're in need of a pick-me-up after a hard day at work, or if you want to arm yourself with a few jokes with which to wow your friends, then look no further than this bountiful compilation of funnies.
Because Every Cat Deserves to Feel Fancy
An exploration of mankind's greatest-ever ideas, from the author of the bestselling Do You Think You're Clever?
A deliciously dark guide to making the best of the nation's favourite cute little animals - when they're dead
The top tips column is one of the most popular sections of Viz Comic. Sent in by readers and quotes by everyone from John Prescott to Stephen fry, but not Jeremy Clarkson, Richard Hammond, James May and the stig, Top
Tips are such a national institution as afternoon tea, the
The latest in Canongate's highly collectible and highly praised series, with an introduction by Lynn Johnston