In a world of seemingly unending social obligations, we could all use a night off.
In 41 Reasons I'm Staying In, illustrator and self-proclaimed introvert Hallie Heald imaginatively portrays engaging and sometimes outlandish excuses to avoid leaving home.
With each page comes a new room and character, pursuing their obsessions, hobbies, interests, and sudden whims with gusto:
plotting world takeover, learning magic, mooning over a crush, evading taxes, and beyond.
This dark and humorous celebration of introverts offers a unique look into their private worlds and reminds us of the deep fulfillment and joy we can find in spending time alone.
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A delightful and quirky compendium of the Animal Kingdom's more unfortunate truths, with over 150 hand-drawn illustrations.
Ever wonder what a mayfly thinks of its one-day lifespan? (They're curious what a sunset is.) Or how a jellyfish feels about not having a heart? (Sorry, but they're not sorry.)
This melancholy menagerie pairs the more unsavory facts of animal life with their hilarious thoughts and reactions. Sneakily informative, and wildly witty, SAD ANIMAL FACTS will have you crying with laughter.
A humorous guide to adulthood in a collection of 54 charmingly illustrated flowcharts and pros-and-cons lists that each address an all-too-real question, from the mundane to the life-changing. Will I survive this hangover? (Probably not.) Should I cancel my plans? (YES Cancel immediately.) Am I having a quarter-life crisis? (Probably.) Do I even like this person? (Nope, nope, nope.) This inspired book of humor disguised as invaluable advice is a gift to make anyone feel better, proving that every question, thought, and decision, no matter how ridiculous or irresponsible, is completely valid.
On good days, cats are known for their poise, discerning tastes and impeccable personal hygiene. On other days they seem to make it their mission in life to shred our toilet paper, puke on our most prized possessions and potty in whatever house plant appears to be your favorite. Cat-astrophe features sassy memes of these fluffy pranksters, caught in the most hilarious, most shameful and all-to-well-known feline misdeeds, clearly enacted with little to no remorse. Cat lovers everywhere will identify with and giggle through the frustrations of the day as this hilarious book reminds us that unconditional love goes both ways.
Are you tired of hearing about how "love is all you need" (no dice, the Beatles) and that "love will conquer all?" (Ugh ) Does the idea of red roses, balloons, teddy bears, love hearts, chocolates, and birds suddenly appearing make your teeth hurt with all of its sickly, saccharine, clich d insanity? How about some real talk? It's all a farce. Love sucks. As Oscar Wilde said, "Deceiving others. That is what the world calls a romance." The reality is, love is a madness that makes fools of all of us, and we're definitely better off without it. In the words of Steve Martin, "Love is a promise delivered already broken." Whether you've been burned or broken hearted, or you're just wise to the idiocy of love that all the good folks are, know that you're not alone. Featuring gorgeously dark and quirky illustrations by Emma Munger, Love Sucks is a collection of funny, bitter, and brutally truthful quotes about how terrible love is, from music, film, literature, and history's great and jaded minds.
- Filled with watercolor illustrations that perfectly capture every moment of cat-titude
- Book cover is cleverly designed to look as though it's been clawed by your feline friend From over-shedding to under-petting and everything in between, Cats Are the Worst is a relatable laugh for anyone who might agree that cats are the worst--but also, maybe, a little bit the best. - A funny gift book for cat lovers of all stripes, as well as anyone who has experienced the highs and lows of living with cats from Bexy McFly, the creator of the best-selling feline publication Pussweek
- Perfect for those who enjoyed Simon's Cat by Simon Tofield, Sorry I Barfed on Your Bed (and Other Heartwarming Letters from Kitty) by Jeremy Greenberg, and I Could Pee on This: And Other Poems by Cats by Francesco Marciuliano
The Seven Deadly Sins have sliced up the dictionary and taken what's theirs. No one vice is too greedy as each volume prides itself on having more than 500 entries. Word lovers will lust after these richly packaged volumes--and once you've collected all seven, you'll be the envy of all your friends.Lust: A Dictionary for the Insatiable Once just isn't enough. You'll want to ogle these entries multiple times, all night long. Nouns, verbs, adverbs, adjectives, whatever their particular pleasure--or pleasures--they'll find 'em inside.
Generations, like people, have personalities, and Millennials--the teens and twenty-somethings currently making the transition into adulthood--have begun to forge theirs: self-expressive, liberal, and receptive to new ways of living. This is a Tumblr style guide for whoever wishes to understand this generation.