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The Little Book of Beards

The Little Book of Beards

Start grooming your Gandalf and break out your Blessed; the beard is back. This impeccably turned-out little guide on the world’s most famous facial embellishments will teach you how to groom, craft, style and quote your way to beard greatness.
The Little Book of Moustaches

The Little Book of Moustaches

Dust off your Dali and hake out your Selleck, the ’tache is back. This impeccably turned-out little guide to the world’s most famous upper-lip embellishments will teach you how to groom, craft, style and quote your way to

Moustache Greatness.
Keep Calm for Aussies

Keep Calm for Aussies

‘God bless America. God save the Queen. God defend New Zealand and thank Christ for Australia.’
Russell Crowe
 
Go walkabout through the wild and the wonderful world of all things Aussie – from beer and boomerangs, to kangaroos and the Ashes.
 
This bonzer book is packed with proverbs, facts and quotations from the witty and wise down under.
 
Strewth, mate!
52 Things to Do While You Poo

52 Things to Do While You Poo

From the bestselling author of 52 Things to Do While You Poo, this hilarious mix of fart-themed puzzles and trivia will blow your socks off!

Roaring from the rear, belching from behind, tooting the trouser trumpet – whatever you call it, we all fart, some of us more than others (and some a lot more than others).

Everyone knows a committed farter – with their knowing smile, never shying away from taking full responsibility. So give them the recognition they deserve: a book celebrating their greatest skill, full of activities and puzzles to keep them engrossed, along with fascinating fart facts that’ll blow their mind.

From bestselling author and brain-teaser Hugh Jassburn, this illustrated collection includes the following delights and more:

– Find the “stink”, “smell” and “stench” in one of many word searches
– Discover the chemical composition of farts and how much gas you pass per day
– Spot the differences between flatulent attendees at a yoga class
– Fill in the fart clouds in several rounds of sudoku
– Enjoy a selection of fart quotes from the likes of Robin Williams, Andy Samberg and Billy Connolly
Whether you’re on the john or under the covers, 52 Things to Do While You Poo: The Fart Edition is an unforgettable experience, as playful as it is pungent.
52 Things to Do While You Poo

52 Things to Do While You Poo

Turds tell us a lot about who we are (not just what we’ve eaten). And these steaming symbols of our common humanity deserve to be celebrated, especially in the moment of their creation. Renowned poo-fessor of scatology Hugh Jassburn has therefore compiled this fresh collection of polished puzzles and fascinating trivia.

– Discover what merde is made of, or where there’s a museum dedicated to dumps.
– Solve stool-themed word searches and mind-boggling sudokus.
– Embrace the absurd and pay tribute to the turd.
52 Things to Do While You Poo

52 Things to Do While You Poo

You know a pile of poo when you see one.

But what about when the poo is carefully concealed in an everyday scene? With great artistry and mischievous glee, bestselling author Hugh Jassburn has created a selection of entrancing visual puzzles to keep you entertained whenever you need a comfort break. Whether you’re scanning a busy beach or scoping out a city street, there’s a dump to be discovered on every spread of this highly amusing search-and-find book.
52 Things to Do While You Poo

52 Things to Do While You Poo

From the bestselling author of 52 Things to Do While You Poo, this nostalgic mix of trivia and puzzles will bring back the awesome appeal of the Eighties

If you grew up in the 1980s, you know that nothing compares to the music, fashion, toys, TV, films and sheer feel of that decade. But how much can you really remember?

When you next take a trip to the toilet, this colourful collection of puzzles, activities and trivia will serve as a leisurely stroll down memory lane, dusting off half-remembered facts and even filling in a few gaps.

From bestselling author and fiendish brain-teaser Hugh Jassburn, this illustrated celebration of history’s finest decade includes the following challenges and more:
– Help Arnie navigate through a jungle maze to get to the chopper
– Match hit songs to the year they came out
– Solve trivia questions relating to Madonna and the TV show Dallas
– Track down the names of iconic world leaders in a word search
– Spot the differences in a sea of Rubik’s cubes

52 Things to Do While You Poo: The 1980s Edition is the perfect gift for those who lived through these glory days – or those who just wish they had.
52 Things to Do While You Poo

52 Things to Do While You Poo

From the bestselling author of 52 Things to Do While You Poo, this nostalgic and amusing mix of trivia and puzzles will bring back the iconic vibe of the Swinging Sixties

If you grew up in the 1960s, you know that nothing compares to the music, fashion, toys, TV, films and sheer feel of that decade. But how much can you really remember?

When you next take a trip to the toilet, this colourful collection of puzzles, activities and trivia will serve as a leisurely stroll down memory lane, dusting off half-remembered facts and even filling in a few gaps.

From bestselling author and fiendish brain-teaser Hugh Jassburn, this illustrated celebration of history’s finest decade includes the following challenges and more:
– Help the Beatles traverse a long and winding maze on their way to Abbey Road
– Match hit songs to the year they came out
– Solve trivia questions relating to Dr Who and James Bond
– Track down the names of iconic world leaders in a word search
– Spot the differences in a sea of Vespa scooters

52 Things to Do While You Poo: The 1960s Edition is the perfect gift for those who lived through these glory days – or those who just wish they had.
52 Things to Do While You Poo

52 Things to Do While You Poo

From the bestselling author of 52 Things to Do While You Poo, this nostalgic and amusing mix of trivia and puzzles will bring back all the stylish charm of the Seventies

If you grew up in the 1970s, you know that nothing compares to the music, fashion, toys, TV, films and sheer feel of that decade. But how much can you really remember?

When you next take a trip to the toilet, this colourful collection of puzzles, activities and trivia will serve as a leisurely stroll down memory lane, dusting off half-remembered facts and even filling in a few gaps.

From bestselling author and fiendish brain-teaser Hugh Jassburn, this illustrated celebration of history’s finest decade includes the following challenges and more:
– Help Evel Knievel zoom through a maze on his way to a death-defying stunt jump
– Match hit songs to the year they came out
– Solve trivia questions relating to ABBA and the blockbuster Jaws
– Track down the names of iconic world leaders in a word search
– Spot the differences in a sea of space hoppers

52 Things to Do While You Poo: The 1970s Edition is the perfect gift for those who lived through these glory days – or those who just wish they had.
Where the F*ck Are My Keys?

Where the F*ck Are My Keys?

From the bestselling author of 52 Things to Do While You Poo, this playful puzzle book makes light of one of life’s most maddening and relatable trials

We’ve all been there. Busy day ahead, running late, but no sign of your lesser-spotted keys! Just where the f*ck have they got to?

What would normally induce all kinds of rage in real life can now be a source of mental stimulation and amusement with the help of this comical collection of visual puzzles.

With great artistry and mischievous glee, bestselling author Hugh Jassburn has hidden your keys in a range of everyday and not-so-everyday environments. Among the dozens of intricately illustrated scenarios, you’ll find the following challenges:
– Some genius has left them in the cutlery drawer
– How did they end up in the bathroom cabinet?
– Rescue your keys from a swarm of creepy-crawlies
– You’ve dropped them down the back of the sofa, so get rummaging
– They’ve fallen into a pit of snakes – good luck with that!

Where the F*ck Are My Keys? is the perfect gift for those with a talent for misplacing their belongings – just don’t be surprised if they lose this book as well.
52 Things to Do While You Poo

52 Things to Do While You Poo

The average person spends three years of their life on the toilet – and when you have nothing to do but poo, perching on the porcelain can be very boring. But fear not! Thanks to this book, you can say goodbye to this everyday tedium.

World-renowned excretion expert Hugh Jassburn has compiled a compendium of entertaining activities and informative fun that will make you want to stay put, even if you don’t need to go. Try your hand at word searches and fiendish hidden-picture games, or test yourself with maze puzzles and brain-twisters. You can also enjoy a roll-call of mind-blowing lavatory facts you never knew you needed until now.

So, pick up this book and start to make the most of your time on the toilet, because working your brain and your butt simultaneously has never been easier or more enjoyable. Doing a number two will never be the same again.

“Every toilet should have a copy of this book next to it.”
Frank Aeces, WHAT TOILET? magazine

“From poo puzzles to poo facts, pooing has never been so much fun.”
Dr Dum Ping, POO MONTHLY
Baby Tips for Grandparents

Baby Tips for Grandparents

The nine months is up and the new baby is finally here! But what do you do when your darling child calls to ask you to play babysitter?
You’ve been through it all before and then some, but with the help of this quirky little book you’ll be sailing through those unexpected play dates with your nerves and your furniture intact.
With top tips on navigating the new grandparental responsibilities and pithy one-liners about the truths of grandparenting, Baby Tips for Grandparents is the perfect gift for any new nan or grandad.  
Weird Shit

Weird Shit

Did you know?
Salvador Dali sometimes wore a perfume of fish glue and cow dung to attract his then girlfriend, Gala.

Have you heard, seen or read about something so bizarre and incredible that it leaves you bamboozled for the rest of the day? No? Then you haven’t read Weird Sh!t. 

This eclectic and eccentric mix of news stories, events, concepts and conceits reveals a world removed from reality as you know it. Prepare to depart from this seemingly conventional life and arrive at a destination full of downright weird and wonderful shit.
Poetry for Millennials

Poetry for Millennials

When your partner spends too much time on their Xbox:


Why so pale and wan, fond lover?
Prithee, why so pale?
from ‘Why So Pale and Wan?’, John Suckling



From dating and house-shares to digital detoxing and growing up, Poetry for Millennials is the answer to all your hardships and woes. It offers relatable verse from some of our greatest literary figures to help you laugh away the most common millennial problems *after wiping away your tears*.
The Little Book of Rude Words

The Little Book of Rude Words

Swearing is an art form, and with this handy collection of obscenities you can be the Picasso of profanity. Bursting with obnoxious insults and filthy names for unmentionable acts, The Little Book of Rude Words will leave you shocked and tickled by how creatively crude our language can be.
The Little Book of Cockney Rhyming Slang

The Little Book of Cockney Rhyming Slang

Whether you want to impress your friends with your London lingo, or simply to understand what the characters on EastEnders are talking about, The Little Book of Cockney Rhyming Slang is packed with all the words you’ll ever need. It’ll be perfect when you’re on the dog and bone to your best china plates, or down the rub-a-dub with your trouble and strife.
So You're 70!

So You're 70!

You may now be bored of the novelty of a free bus pass, hair may be growing in unusual places and you’ll never make it through the late night feature without nodding off.

On the bright side, you can look forward to tearing up the pavement on your own top-of-the-range mobility scooter.
How to Survive 60

How to Survive 60

Brace yourself… 60 is approaching!
It’s time to face the facts – even though you might not feel it, you’re decidedly more O.A.P. than V.I.P. But don’t trade your custard creams for the cod-liver oil just yet, because there’s plenty more fun to be had. This cheerful little book, full of tongue-in-cheek advice, will put some swagger in your step for many years to come! 
How to Survive 50

How to Survive 50

Brace yourself… 50 is approaching!
There’s no denying it – you’ve officially got ‘a few years’ under your belt (and possibly a few extra notches on it). But don’t trade your party gear for a pair of slippers just yet, because there’s plenty more fun to be had. This cheerful little book, full of tongue-in-cheek advice, will help you carry on strutting your stuff for many years to come!
How to Survive 40

How to Survive 40

Brace yourself… 40 is approaching!
Once your thirties are behind you, there are no excuses left – you’re indisputably ‘experienced’, certifiably ‘mature’. But don’t trade that margarita for a mug of cocoa just yet, because there’s plenty more fun to be had. This cheerful little book, full of tongue-in-cheek advice, will help keep your mojo working for many years to come!
Growing Old Doesn't Mean Growing Up

Growing Old Doesn't Mean Growing Up

See the funny side of ageing with this collection of amusing observations, silly suggestions and humorous illustrations – the perfect gift for any birthday girl or boy with more than a few candles on their cake

So you’re a little bit older. So what? Just because you’re getting on a bit doesn’t mean you have to start acting ancient. The universe is over 13 billion years old, and you’re probably nowhere near that yet – well, not quite anyway.

Frankly, it’s never too early to start enjoying your second childhood, to stop taking life so seriously and to start acting a bit silly again. This book will be your go-to guide for inspiration and merriment while clocking up birthdays like they’re going out of fashion.

Across these pages, you’ll find all kinds of wild recommendations and questionable advice, including:
– Things it’s never too late to do
– Grown-up and less grown-up ways to behave at work
– How to keep up with modern technology
– Ways you can blend in with younger people
– Things you can have tantrums about as you get older

So forget the creaking joints or fleeing follicles and embrace the opportunities for mischief and mirth – after all, growing old doesn’t mean growing up!
Old Age for Beginners

Old Age for Beginners

by Clive Whichelow Illustrated by Ian Baker
It’s time to embrace the slower pace!

There’s no denying it – you’re OLD, but that comes with a lot of perks. You can say the most outrageous things and somehow get away with it. You can dress however you damn well please. And after learning from so many mistakes, you’re now as wise as you are wizened. It’s your time to recline, and this hilarious book will show you how it’s done.
So You're 80!

So You're 80!

You may be too late to take up pole dancing and the closest thing you get to extreme sports these days is prising the top off a ketchup bottle.

On the bright side, you can now lie back and take it easy – just not so far back that you can’t get up again. And it’s only 20 years before you get that telegram from the Queen!
So You're 60!

So You're 60!

A hilarious illustrated guide to getting older – the perfect gift to celebrate this impressive milestone birthday

Well, look at you! Congratulations! You’re 60 years young! I said CONGRATULATIONS, DEAR! YOU’RE 60 YEARS YOUNG!

Life may now involve going to more funerals than weddings, and your idea of multi-tasking is probably sleeping and not dribbling at the same time. But, on the bright side, you can get away with making no effort whatsoever to lose weight. And all those charities you gave to – it’s payback time!

This book will help you think positively, with things like this to look forward to:
– You’ll be able to enjoy a nice, long, well-earned rest – and that’s just after walking up the stairs.
– You’ll be truly bewildered the first time you bend down to see if you can still touch your toes and then forget what you went down there for.

And you’ll learn invaluable tips like:
– Paint your neck so those skin-folds look like a trendy scarf.
– Wear the psychedelic fashions of your youth – not only will people see you coming, it’ll be easier for you to find your clothes in the dark.

Here’s to the next 60 years!
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