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Perhaps I've Said Too Much (A Great Big Book of Messing With People) by Rodney Lacroix
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A boy. His imaginary dragon, and their heartwarming struggle to legalize their union... Has nothing to do with this book. Instead, what's contained within are over 800 randomly absurd musings that will make you say things like, "What the hell is wrong with this guy?", "I don't get this one", "Or this one", "This one's actually kind of funny", and "Well I never!" (But only if you're a snobby British socialite). So sit back, [...]
 
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The Best Toilet Book in The World by Thorey Kristin Thorisdottir
I grew up with my dad asking frequently where the newspaper was, while my brother was occupying it for half an hour on the toilet every day. Today I live with a man who has a whole library sitting in the bathroom. Thus I started to think that what the world seriously needs is a TOILET BOOK. The book is nonfiction and contains clips from my life from summer 2011 until October 2012, or since I decided to move to another country [...]
 

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