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    How Bad Is Your Boss?
    Do You Work for a Mentor or a Menace?
    By Simon Holland, Illustrated by Chuck Gonzales
    (Skyhorse Publishing)
    Let’s face it: we’re not all leaders. Some of us were born to take orders, while others were destined to delegate. But the truth is: we are both shackled and empowered by a simple transaction: if the boss didn’t pay you, you probably wouldn’t turn up. And the sign of a true boss? The sublime and unwavering... [READ MORE]
    101 Things That Piss Me Off
    And Thousands of Other Things That Suck Just As Much
    By Herb Reich
    (Racehorse Publishing)
    Complaining, psychologists assert, is good for your health. It acts as a relief valve to help dispel the pent up energy generated by our daily frustrations, personal peeves, and life-long vexations. Now curmudgeons, gripers, grousers, and complainers have their own place to discard their tension! 101... [READ MORE]
    Hexes for the Modern Age
    Contemporary Curses for the People Who Irritate You the Most
    By Val Brains
    (Skyhorse Publishing)
    Let’s face it: most people irritate us. Hexes for the Modern Age is a tongue-in-cheek approach to giving these folks a taste of their own medicine. While inspired by witches’ curses of the past, this is a gift book of 120 funny spells specific to the smartphone-obsessed, overworked, hipster-drenched... [READ MORE]
    Christmas Miscellany
    Everything You Ever Wanted to Know About Christmas
    By Jonathan Green
    (Skyhorse Publishing)
    Have you ever wondered why we celebrate Christmas the way we do? In this whimsical book, Jonathan Green tells you all about the fascinating stories behind our most beloved holiday traditions. Make yourself cozy by the fireplace, open up this fully illustrated treasure trove, and learn: Why we sing carols... [READ MORE]
    Have You Heard the One About . . .
    More Than 500 Side-Splitting Jokes!
    By Justin Sedgwick
    (Skyhorse Publishing)
    Having trouble finding things to talk about with people? Feeling awkward amidst a tense moment or gap in conversation? Do you need some comic relief? Good news: Your arduous search for the holy giggle ends with this book. Have You Heard the One About . . . includes over 480 pages of gut-busting jokes... [READ MORE]
    Artifacts of a ’90s Kid
    Humorous Musings and Observations for Every Millennial
    By Alana Hitchell
    (Skyhorse Publishing)
    She reminds you what it was like to grow up during an era that consisted of playing countless hours of Nintendo, reading Lurlene McDaniel books, and wearing Esprit T-shirts and Yoyo jeans. With no real responsibilities to worry about, a typical day involved playing board games, eating junk food, and... [READ MORE]
    Is It Safe to Kiss My Cat?
    And Other Questions You Were Afraid to Ask
    By Carol Ann Rinzler, Illustrated by Tim Foley
    (Skyhorse Publishing)
    Ever wondered whether it’s okay to touch your pet turtle? Share a bed with your pet boa constrictor? Or kiss your adorable cat? Have no fear. No longer will you have to delete your Internet history because you don’t want anyone to know you searched such a seemingly silly subject. Is It Safe to Kiss My... [READ MORE]
    Outdated Advertising
    Sexist, Racist, Creepy, and Just Plain Tasteless Ads from a Pre-PC Era
    Edited by Michael Lewis, Edited by Stephen Spignesi, Foreword by Ben B. Judd, Jr.
    (Skyhorse Publishing)
    This outrageous collection of inappropriate ads will have you turning the pages and shaking your head in disbelief.Outdated Advertising: Memories from a Less-than-PC Era takes a look at print advertising from the mid-1850s through the 1980s with an eye toward ads that were notorious for their sexist,... [READ MORE]
    Does the Name Pavlov Ring a Bell?
    879 Hilarious Puns to Test Your Wit
    By Gary Blake
    (Skyhorse Publishing)
    Everyone loves wordplay! This collection of more than eight hundred quips and pun-filled anecdotes will have your friends in stitches! Classics and new inventions fill these pages with humor and wit. Divided into chapters according to theme—animals, celebrities, careers, food, and so on—there’s a pun... [READ MORE]
    Sign of the Apocalypse
    Ruminations and Wit from an American Roadside Prophet
    By John Getchell
    (Skyhorse Publishing)
    Friends, neighbors, and passersby from all over the country can’t fail to miss “The Sign’s" constantly changing humor and insight. On occasion, The Sign of the Apocalypse (SOTA) traffics in the earnest, but at its heart is rooted in a deep-seated desire to express the sarcastic and snort-worthy. This,... [READ MORE]
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