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Bullies, Bitches and Bastards
Eileen Condon, Amanda Edwards

A hilarious guide to dissing the dicks in your life.

After years of meeting and putting up with crap people, a serious illness left Eileen Condon with plenty of time to ask herself why she ever put up with them. Her recovery was aided by countless hours spent in pubs with friend Amanda Edwards where they purged their bile about all the bullies, bitches and bastards that they have encountered.

Bullies Bitches and Bastards is the result of their cathartic trawl through a rogues'

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Morrissey’s Perfect Pint
Neil Morrissey, Richard Fox

The beer-fuelled book for blokes!

The companion book to C4’s new series which follows Britain’s favourite badly behaved man and his best mate Richard Fox as they set up their own brewery and try to make a go of their laddish dreams.

With this book they share their secrets to the truly important things in life: home-brewing, pub games, bloke jokes, anorak beer & pub trivia, drinking games that may or may not get you arrested, chat-up lines that may or may not get you slapped,

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We're British, Innit
Iain Aitch
Written in a snappy A–Z format with quiz questions throughout to test your Britishness, Iain Aitch explores all things British in a funny, evocative way. Whether it's fish and chips, James Bond, red telephone boxes, or white dog poo, everything you've ever regarded as being uniquely British is within these pages and guaranteed to bring a smile of recognition to even the stiffest of upper lips. Test your knowledge of Britain and what it means to be British by answering a multiple choice question
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The Little Book of Calorie Burning
Collins

A quirky guide to counting the calories as they come off, through ways you may never have considered possible

Exactly how long would you have to kiss in order to burn off a bottle of beer? Or how long would you have to argue with someone to burn off a Mars bar?

From playing ping-pong to having sex (at different levels of intensity!), this little guide contains over 100 activities and their calorie-burning powers. For instance, have you ever thought about the calories you burn

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Clips From A Life
Denis Norden

Classic stills from the life of one of Britain's most venerated entertainers.

This is the extraordinary life story of comic legend Denis Norden, told in momentary snapshots by the master British comedian himself. Containing reminiscences of a career stretching back to the golden age of the radio, through the heyday of cinema and the early pioneering days of television comedy, Back Then showcases Denis Norden's creative genius at its very best.

Told with Denis' hallmark flashes

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The Men Commandments
Christian O’Connell

The Bible For Blokes From The Daddy Of Breakfast Radio

Foreword by James Nesbitt.

Christian O’Connell has been a man nearly all his life. Well, once he was a boy, then he was a teenager, then a man, but you get what we mean. So who better to save manhood from devolving into one of those spineless newt things from the Guinness ad?
For years women have had everyone from Germaine Greer to Bridget Jones to tell them how to be a woman, and who have men had? No one. That is, until

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Good Morning Nantwich: Adventures in Breakfast Radio
Phill Jupitus

What possesses a right-minded comedian to quit the day job for life as a breakfast radio DJ?

The opening DJ on the Beeb’s new alternative radio channel, 6Music, Phill Jupitus was a maverick on the flat landscape of inane commercial breakfast radio. Disregarding the prescriptive chart-led schedule and showing no fear in the face of BBC management, this ex-performance poet’s personal crusade against the bland, the predictable and the smug self-satisfaction ensured that he never had any

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The Perils of the Pushy Parents: A Cautionary Tale
Boris Johnson

Written and illustrated by Boris Johnson

The nicest kids you ever saw
Were Jim and Molly Albacore...

Alas for Molly and Jim, Their lives were not entirely cushy: Their parents were so very pushy.

Mr and Mrs Albacore will do anything to get their offspring to the top of the pile. Father reads great literary works to them before they are even born, and puts them down for MENSA at five, Mother is not content unless her darlings are the star of every show. Molly and Jim,

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Geekspeak: Why Life + Mathematics = Happiness
Graham Tattersall

The quirky offspring of ‘QI’ and ‘Freakonomics’, ‘Geekspeak’ melds ingenious statistical analysis with edifying trivia to explain away some curious facts of life.

Curiosity is our human birthright, and destiny. As a species we are to prone to think, ruminate, reflect, cogitate, deliberate and philosophise. We do all these things, and why? To explain away the world around us, to find solace in knowledge, to answer all those seeming unanswerables: why are we here? Is there a God? Is

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Collins Taak of the Toon: How to Speak Geordie
Sid Waddell

Gain an insight into the English language, via one of the UK’s richest dialects: Geordie.

From George Stephenson to The Animals to Viz, the North East has long had a successful creative culture, developing alongside its industrial history.

Newcastle in particular has successfully reinvented itself as a centre of the arts, while still maintaining its own regional identity. This book is the definitive guide to the most distinctive element of that identity: the Geordie dialect.

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