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Re: What books would you write or like seen written by PSers

Postby Annotated » Tue Oct 22, 2013 4:05 am

The_Macedonian wrote:The Christmas Invitation

A mystery novel,

by Northern Goddess.

NG is a professional and highly regarded consultant, sophisticated and intelligent, and she's never had a problem with working out what men want. But when she gets a invitation from an occasional lover to spend Christmas day and night at his pad, she is completely and utterly floored. What could he possibly want with her ? What's his motivation for the invitation ? What does he mean by it ? What's the significance of including her dog in the invitation ?
A gripping and challenging read, The Christmas Invitation will have you thinking hard with your heart in your mouth, guessing what NG's loverboy's invitation could possibly mean, right until the last thrilling page.


It would almost appear you write these things for a living -- turning 450 pages of overwrought crap into a paragraph of something that almost sounds like it's not 450 pages of overwrought crap.

SPOILER ALERT! - Nogs doesn't go. She has people to tsk-tsk on the Stew.
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Re: What books would you write or like seen written by PSers

Postby lolasf » Tue Oct 22, 2013 4:10 am

Annotated wrote:SPOILER ALERT! - Nogs doesn't go. She has people to tsk-tsk on the Stew.


That's it? I clicked back on this thread expecting more titles on offer.
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Re: What books would you write or like seen written by PSers

Postby Annotated » Tue Oct 22, 2013 4:12 am

lolasf wrote:
Annotated wrote:SPOILER ALERT! - Nogs doesn't go. She has people to tsk-tsk on the Stew.


That's it? I clicked back on this thread expecting more titles on offer.


What do you mean, "That's it?" ... I gave you the whole fucking book and saved you $5.99.

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Postby Annotated » Tue Oct 22, 2013 4:41 am

425 Days to a Barely OK Ass! - by Lolasf

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Alcohol or Food? Keeping Your Buzz and Most of Your Hair - by Lolasf
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Re: What books would you write or like seen written by PSers

Postby Moethebartender » Tue Oct 22, 2013 3:09 pm

Off the Rails in Tokyo: The Gaijin's Guide to Perving on the Lurvly Laydees of the Sweeeeeeeeeeeeeeet Pussy Train! by Godjira

I Wanna Sex Ewe Up: The Subtle Australian Art of Sheep Shagging by Equus

C'mon Baby Light My Fire - Zaffer's autobiography

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Re: What books would you write or like seen written by PSers

Postby eric84 » Tue Oct 22, 2013 3:14 pm

The_Macedonian wrote:Why Stephen Harper's the one
The right leadership for Canada in uncertain times

by Snowgirl.

An intimate memoir of a Toronto social worker's steady progression from left wing activism, to neutrality, and finally to a profound wide-eyed epiphany where she becomes not simply a committed functionary of the Canadian Conservative Party, but ultimately the secret lover of its leader, this book is an inspiration for all Canadians. Not simply a detailed and intimate expose of one of Canada's most impressive politicians, Snowgirl's book is an inspiring tale of how of a beautiful but naïf Canadian woman came to political maturity and personal fulfilment in the arms of Canada's leader.


We have a winner....strangely enough, Harper has his own book coming out for real on hockey. Maybe Homerj can get an autographed copy for you and Snowgirl.
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Re: What books would you write or like seen written by PSers

Postby sara666 » Tue Oct 22, 2013 3:14 pm

snowgirl wrote:OK, this thread has officially jumped the shark.

We have some works of beauty in here. But what does "jumped the shark" mean?
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Re: What books would you write or like seen written by PSers

Postby snowgirl » Tue Oct 22, 2013 3:19 pm

Jumping the shark is an idiom created by Jon Hein that was used to describe the moment in the evolution of a television show when it begins a decline in quality that is beyond recovery, which is usually a particular scene, episode, or aspect of a show in which the writers use some type of "gimmick" in a desperate attempt to keep viewers' interest.
In its initial usage, it referred to the point in a television program's history when the program had outlived its freshness and viewers had begun to feel that the show's writers were out of new ideas, often after great effort was made to revive interest in the show by the writers, producers, or network.

The usage of "jump the shark" has subsequently broadened beyond television, indicating the moment when a brand, design, or creative effort's evolution loses the essential qualities that initially defined its success and declines, ultimately, into irrelevance.

The phrase jump the shark comes from a scene in the fifth season premiere episode of the American TV series Happy Days which aired on September 20, 1977. In the episode, the central characters visit Los Angeles, where a water-skiing Fonzie (Henry Winkler) answers a challenge to his bravery by wearing swim trunks and his trademark leather jacket, and jumping over a confined shark. The stunt was created as a way to showcase Winkler's real-life water ski skills.

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Re: What books would you write or like seen written by PSers

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Re: What books would you write or like seen written by PSers

Postby andybox » Tue Jul 08, 2014 8:34 am

"One night in Heathrow"
"The French Connection"
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Re: What books would you write or like seen written by PSers

Postby lolasf » Thu Jul 10, 2014 4:28 am

Rereading this thread just restored my sometimes shaky faith in PS. He might have been an assshole, but I do miss Annon.
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Re: What books would you write or like seen written by PSers

Postby Annotated » Tue Sep 30, 2014 6:35 pm

lolasf wrote:He might have been an assshole


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Re: What books would you write or like seen written by PSers

Postby andybox » Sun Oct 05, 2014 7:07 am

Australia, a Love Story, by misanthrope.

Ok that made me laugh out loud again.

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Re: What books would you write or like seen written by PSers

Postby northern_goddess » Sun May 08, 2016 6:34 pm

This was funny to re-read. A few new ones have surfaced since then:


25 Cool Things To Do With Wine Bottles

by GND

Have you ever looked at your wine bottle collection and wondered, “What can I do with this?” In an era when recycling and reusing are all the rage, it seems like a waste to toss a perfectly good wine bottle into the recycling bin. With the help of her free eBook, 25 Cool Things to do with Wine Bottles, you’ll find tons of great DIY wine bottle crafts, exercises and hikes that are decorative, useful, and will keep you FIT AS FUCK!

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Re: What books would you write or like seen written by PSers

Postby lolasf » Mon May 09, 2016 3:42 am

Well done Nogs, well done.
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