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Post by incognita » Fri Oct 18, 2013 6:33 pm

I Met a Bottle I Didn't Like - James Connolly
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Post by jamesconnolly » Fri Oct 18, 2013 6:47 pm

incognita wrote:I Met a Bottle I Didn't Like - James Connolly


don't be so silly...

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"A New Big Book of AA" 2wilzgood with q5q and ZAffer.

"Inner Peace Through Vegan Bikram Protest Yoga" by korgy.

"A Farewell to Hipsterdom" by cowtown.

"The Day the Vibes Died: J'Accuse Jewish Men" by chimes (translated from the Armenian).
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Gravitas: The Lacking Of - by Felix Non-Dieter

Midnight in Manila: A Boy, a Bouncer, and Cheap Brass Knuckles - by EMG

My Pee-Soaked Panties - by The Flopster

Qreepy - by Qreepy

Dumbest Poster on All the Internets: A Life (sort of) - by Godjigirl

How to Win Friends with Anal Sex - by Barbi

I Don't Understand ... Anything - by James Connolly

Churchlady Chic - by Northern Goddess

Why Do I Have a Penis??? - by Chirpy

Sheepdip Secrets - by Zaffer

Delete - by Pezhole

Racist! - by Coffeeboy

Racist! - by 5Waldos

Racist! - by Judick

Racist! - by Korgy
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Post by jamesconnolly » Fri Oct 18, 2013 7:34 pm

Thanks for that
Just helped me to release a pocket of trapped air from my anus.
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"Revolutionary Polysyllabic Morphology of Indigenous Languages of the Amazingmong Bassoon" by Termite.

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"Revolutionary Polysyllabic Morphology of Indigenous Languages of the Amazingmong Bassoon" by Termite.

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incognita wrote:Healthy Relationships and How to Avoid Them - q5q


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I am cracking up at these.

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Jersey Through The Eyes of the Sane - crzypt

How To Be An Ex-Pat - foolsprogress

What Are You All On About? - dragon

I Flip My Own Switch - xlife

Nothing To Say - hhhhhhhhmoe

What?? I'm Gay? - HERCULES donna na na na na na hercules
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Post by NorthAmerican » Fri Oct 18, 2013 8:26 pm

I wrote a book about my sex life, but every literary agent I went to said it wouldn't sell. My proposed title: Abstinence.
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Post by ben_hanscombe » Fri Oct 18, 2013 8:36 pm

I think it was more your subtitle they didn't like, NA: Making the Heart Grow Fonder and The Right Wrist Knackered.
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Turtle Boy by cuch....a rollicking good read.
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Why do we have to dream? fobster has repeatedly stated that he is a prolific author.

This is from the dust jacket of his latest collaboration with his editor/writing partner under the title..."Meez feets gets wet when dey touch da crik." Brilliant stuff.

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Jelly_Belly wrote:Why do we have to dream? fobster has repeatedly stated that he is a prolific author.

This is from the dust jacket of his latest collaboration with his editor/writing partner under the title..."Meez feets gets wet when dey touch da crik." Brilliant stuff.

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Those guys should be getting image rights and stuff considering how many times I've seen them
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Nuh-Uh

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Usher73 wrote:Nuh-Uh

by VinnyD


Excerpts from which have appeared here.
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Post by Flobster » Sat Oct 19, 2013 3:47 am

Rape Life!
by American Joe
900 pages, copious illustrations

From the hardscrabble childhood to the multiple triumphs in foreign lands, to the supreme moment of lake slaughter, this autobiography will make you laugh and cry. Joe has done it all! And now he is sharing it with you, you weak girlie man who has never hugged dusky stranger. The guns, the dead animals, the machines - it's all here!
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Post by Flobster » Sat Oct 19, 2013 4:24 am

Always Look on the Bright Side!
by Dr Jelly
32 pp

What, me worry? Dr Jelly, leading psychologist, explains how the modern world tempts us to see the worst in people and events, and how this makes us miserable. Dr Jelly's lifelong mission is to help us shed our fear, suspicion and downright psychotic mistrust of everything outside our basement-sized comfort zone. Includes five easy exercises to take you out of the shadows!

1. Are politicians malaevolent demons? No!
2. Are agnostics malaevolent demons? No!
3. Are liberals malaevolent demons? No!
4. Are foreigners malaevolent demons? No!
5. Is everything going to hell? No!

Plus a bonus section on selecting the right third-word prostitute to bring home!
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Post by NorthAmerican » Sat Oct 19, 2013 4:44 am

ben_hanscombe wrote:I think it was more your subtitle they didn't like, NA: Making the Heart Grow Fonder and The Right Wrist Knackered.
So there's at least one person out there who read past the first word. Thank you!
I enjoy reading NorthAmerican's posts. So well-written and interesting except for the dull parts.--Nines

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"A collection of hen-pecked exes" by Northern Goddess

"Co-habiting with camels - an Australian abroad" by Andybox

"Veronica does Vancouver"
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Post by ZAffer » Sat Oct 19, 2013 8:53 am

"Landmine detection MY way." By Shavenhead.

It's just one page: "put your fingers in your ears and stamp your feet."
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Post by Flobster » Sat Oct 19, 2013 9:17 am

Dogs on the Roof!
Bats in the Belfry?
by A South African
2144 pages, numerous edifying illustrations

Being the True & Unexpurgated History of a Life on the High Veldt, with Numerous Observations on Wives, Step-Daughters, Canus Africanus and Slaves. Including the Unforgettable Elephant Disaster and the Sheep Dip Incident. Spanning Tumultuous History from the Border Wars to the Rainbow Nation. Memorable Insights into the Ills of the World, with Special Mention of the Eviler Empire. Plus a Plethora of Tips on Bush Survival and Home Renovation.

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Alleluia: the highs (and lows) of life as a church lady by leela
Pedantry by Vinny
The Cybergal Diet! How I lost 400 pounds and dropped 20 dress sizes in eighteen months! Now YOU can feel fit, thin and fabulous.
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For the coffee table: "A collection of grotesque photographs of humanity" - Dr J Belly (Phd).
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"How to Lead a Seemingly Normal Life while Neurotically and Compulsively Thinking about Ereich Every Moment" by Moetheslug.
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Are those really your curtains? Signaling status to the provincials by BulletPark

The right caliber for the right point of entry: an easy, step-by-step guide to foreplay by Scuba Steve

Have I mentioned how much I’m worth? How to reference your wealth in EVERY conversation! A guide for the nouveau riche by Muthafunky

Dirt, flies, and slaves: ignoring the last 150 years of progress in the western world by Zaffer

Even YOU can talk to the natives! Bumbling into cultures around the world using nothing but a US passport, a pathological need to destroy beauty, and 100 bucks in your pocket by American Joe

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I made a list!
Pass the wine...

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Post by rezuar » Sat Oct 19, 2013 5:37 pm

This thread is gold.
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Post by Citizen Baba » Sat Oct 19, 2013 5:59 pm

The Mallard Missie wrote:http://www.amazon.co.uk/Shades-Gold-Green-Anecdotes-1886-1948/dp/8120613465/ref=sr_1_1?s=books&ie=UTF8&qid=1382104798&sr=1-1

Quackers. :mrgreen:


That book just plagiarizes Tony Wheeler.

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The healthy man's guide to Sth African Bushmanship- Zaffer.
100 modern myths about liver and kidney abuse-Zaffer.
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Flobs-you left out a review:

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Lulu wrote:Did someone say poop your pants? You are not alone! A Political Stew collaborative effort


:lol:

You guys are great, I can't even pick a favorite.
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lolasf wrote:
Lulu wrote:Did someone say poop your pants? You are not alone! A Political Stew collaborative effort


:lol:

You guys are great, I can't even pick a favorite.



Of course you fcuking can.....me.

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Wonderful stuff.

You guys are so clever!

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"Have I Told You Yet How Fucking Gay I Am?" by any random YC gay refugee

"No, Really, I Love Cock! It's Shocking! Giggle!" see above

"I am About to Foolishly Post a Picture of my Piano in a Cold and Vulgar Seemingly Unfurnished Room: Wish Me Luck!" by North American

"I Am Slowly Mutating Into Humpty Dumpty with More Firepower and Less Sex" by American Joe

"'Idiot': The Sole Insult of the Far Right Wing - A Guide" by Lost Soul

"I'm Dead, I Guess" by GeoDaddy

"I'm Still Screamingly Gay! Oh My! I Just Can't Believe How Naughty I Am! I'm Not Fucking Tiresome in the Slightest!" by Guess Who

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Post by Flobster » Sat Oct 19, 2013 11:40 pm

ZAffer wrote:Flobs-you left out a review:

"Where was this cunt when we needed him?" Eugene Terreblanch.


I checked that one, and he actually said:

While the White man was going down in a dark sea this moffie was decorating his bathroom.
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Post by snowgirl » Sat Oct 19, 2013 11:42 pm

Oh, this thread is gold. Granted, I've had a few but I laughed until tears. Nice work, team.
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The Gentle Chimpanzees Make Good Pets - By Stantheman (after his facial reconstructive surgery)

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