You Drive Like an Asshole
By Tommy Blacha
Dear Asshole Reading the Book Summary,Ever wish you could leave a note on the windshield of the obsessive-lane-changing asshole or the asshole with the Duct-taped-on fender? Assholes on the road come in all shapes and sizes, such as the ugly asshole in the Italian sports car, the proud asshole parent of an honor student, the asshole not paying attention to the road, or even the asshole looking at an actual paper map. For all of these assholes and more, this book is there for you to vent your frustrations, lodge your complaints, and leave tear-out notes for every road-legal offender you will undoubtedly encounter on the road. You're welcome. Sincerely,The folks at You Drive Like an Asshole P.S. Stop dawdling and just buy the book already, asshole.
You Suck at Drinking
By Matthew Latkiewicz
Hey,you there with the cheap chardonnay,you think you know how to drink, but this book will gently lead you to the conclusion that you do, indeed, suck at drinking. It's time to imbibe correctly , and author Matthew Latkiewicz has compiled this helpful, wryly humorous guide to help you navigate any drinking situation and answer any pedantic questions, including:* What's the difference between a flip, a fizz, and a smash?* What is the official state term for being inebriated in Iowa?* How do you choose the right drink to suit any occasion?And much more!Complete with tons of helpful illustrations and handy graphs, this guide will become indispensable to anyone who no longer wants to, suck at drinking.
Your Country Is Just Not That Into You
By Jimmy Dore
Why is your brother-in-law concerned about the Estate Tax? Why do millionaire news reporters get everything wrong? Why are blood-sucking teachers bankrupting America? Jimmy Dore, the comedy darling of America's Progressive Left, answers all these questions and more! In this laugh-out-loud collection of essays that are both street-smart and informed, Jimmy sets out to discover what's wrong. Crackling with caustic wit and insight, no aspect of American life is safe from Jimmy's hilarious scrutiny. He gets to the heart of the issues: why Republicans should support gay marriage or why the President shouldn't have Secret Security until the country has gun control, bringing clarity and hilarity to the incoherent noise of our punditocracy. This outrageously entertaining manifesto is an excellent resource for those who have survived long arguments during family dinners. And in a media environment dominated by corporate interests, Jimmy's take-no-prisoners approach is fearless: going after both political parties, and all corners of mainstream news. A David against an army of Goliaths. Equal measures of silliness and spleen-venting, Your Country IsJust Not That Into You is the most oddly uplifting political book ofthe year.
Yo' Mama Is So...
By Hugh Payne
It's everyone's favorite form of insult comedy (as seen on MTV!)-hundreds of crushingly funny one-liners about 'yo' mama'-and all yo' other relatives-sure to shut people's mouths or make them howl with laughter. Yo' mama is so fat, when her beeper goes off, people think she's backing up. Yo' mama is so old that when she was young, rainbows were black and white. Yo' mama is so fat, she eats Wheat Thicks. Yo' mama is so dumb that when she saw a sign that said, 'Airport Left,' she turned around and went home. Yo' mama's so short you can see her feet on her driver's license. So dumb, so fat, so ugly, and so old have never been SO FUNNY, thanks to this exhaustive and inventive assortment of laugh-out-loud one-line jokes sure to cause a sensation. Hundreds of quotable and easy-to-remember quips have been gathered here by a comedy master, and the result is a relentless collection of wholesome, all-in-good-fun nastiness for every occasion. Divided into handy categories (in case you happen to need a boatload of fat jokes, skinny jokes, or whatever) Yo' Mama Is So... is an essential addition to the humor shelf of any self-respecting smart aleck. Hey...what did you call my mama??!!
Yiddish With Dick And Jane
By Ellis Weiner, Barbara Davilman
In text that captures the unique rhythms of the original Dick and Jane readers, and in 35 all-new illustrations, a story unfolds in which the ultra-WASPish Dick and Jane - hero and heroine of the classic books for children that generations have used when learning to read - manage to express shades of feeling and nuances of meaning that ordinary English just can't deliver. How? By speaking Yiddish, employing terms that convey an attitude - part plucky self-assertion, part ironic fatalism. When Dick schmoozes, when Jane kvetches, when their children fress noodles at a Chinese restaurant, the clash of cultures produces genuine hilarity... YIDDISH WITH DICK AND JANE tells a simple story: Grandma gets sick and Dick and Jane's sister Sally visits. There are sub-plots about such ethical dilemmas as gift-giving etiquette and marital infidelity. The comedy intensifies in the glossary, which defines (with chutzpah aplenty!) each Yiddish term introduced in the text.
By Bill Watterson, Bill Watterson
YUKON HO! marks the hilarious hat-trick of the hugely popular cartoon characters Calvin and Hobbes.