by Russell Taylor
Publisher: Feedbooks 2011
Number of pages: 248
Let me tell you something about love. They say love hurts; well, my love killed a whole town. Only a small town mind, but a whole town all the same. Love doesn't just hurt, it maims, cripples and kills. I know; I've seen it in action.
Home page url
Download or read it online for free here:
by Mark Lemon - Hurst & Co.
An collection of the funniest jokes, laughable anecdotes, mirth provoking stories, brilliant witticisms, and queer sayings. Here are over seventeen hundred jokes from the 1800's. It was first published in 1864 and reprinted several times.
by Ambrose Bierce - World Pub. Co
Satiric lexicon by Ambrose Bierce, first compiled as The Cynic's Word Book in 1906. The barbed definitions that Bierce began publishing in a weekly journal he edited in San Francisco, brought this 19th-century stock form to a new level of artistry.
by Ellie Bishop - Booktrope
A hilarious guide to the art of taking sick leave when you really need it. Filled with symptoms and prescriptions for common illnesses and proper stage-setting techniques, you'll have a pool of credible excuses just waiting to be used.
by Edith B. Ordway - George Sully and Company
This book presents a grindstone whereon the reader may whet his wits. It is of sufficient hardness to resist the coarsest metal of broad-bladed humor, and of sufficient fineness of grain to edge the best steel of fancy.