Wake up, kick ass, and conquer your year with this f*cking planner!
Veni, vidi, vici. Get your sh*t together with a sarcastic and humorous swear planner that says it like it is while keeping you organized. Packed all year with motivational profanity and lots of funny swearing?stickers, this 2023 engagement calendar will help you seize the day like a badass, keep track of important appointments and events, and tackle your damn goals?maybe swearing will help! Get f*cking inspired this year or gi
I don't like to brag but I can control a kayak brilliantly. Canoe?
'Pardon' is the only French word that I know. I can only apologise.
From Geoff Rowe and the Leicester Comedy Festival comes this brilliant tribute to that most British of jokes, the humble pun.
Including a foreword from Dr Oliver Double and a wealth of hilarious (and occasionally groan-inducing) material from some of Britain's finest stand-up comedic talent, All Puns Blazing is a fun and fitting celebration of grassroots UK c
In A Year at the Circus: Inside Trump's White House, BBC North America Editor, Jon Sopel, takes you inside Trump's West Wing and explores the impact this presidency has had on the most iconic of American institutions.
Brent Meersman's memoir of a humble yet eccentric upbringing in a Milnerton, Cape Town, flat in the 1970's and 1980's reads as a stirring eulogy to his schizophrenic mother, yet also as a vivid snapshot in time.
'Extremely funny . . . and wise' Sunday Times
NOW A MAJOR MOTION PICTURE
'Can I explain why I wanted to jump off the top of a tower block?'
For disgraced TV presenter Martin Sharp the answer's pretty simple: he has, in his own words, 'pissed his life away'. And on New Year's Eve he's going to end it all . . . but not, as it happens, alone. Because first single-mum Maureen, then eighteen-year-old Jess and lastly American rock-god JJ turn up and crash Martin's privat