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Bro Code for Parents: What to Expect When You're Awesome
by Barney Stinson

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October 02, 2012

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<b>The newest book in the <i>New York Times</i> bestselling “Barney Stinson” canon teaches prospective parents everything they need to know to have a legendary kid.</b><BR><BR><B>So you’re going to be a parent.</B> <BR><BR><B>You might be asking yourself a series of important questions:</B> <BR><BR><B>Will I be a good parent? • Will I be able to afford this? • Can I ever have sex again?</B> <BR><BR>Well, the answer to all these questions is a rock-solid no. But just because your existence is now a petrifying turd on the canvas of life doesn’t mean your kid has to be as lame as you’re about to become. That’s why I’ve written this book—to teach you how to be an awesomommy or legendaddy. <BR><BR><B>The Bro Code for Parents will help you:</B> <BR><BR><B>Choose a baby name that won’t get your kid stuffed into a junior high locker •</B> <BR><BR><B>Interview and hire a smokin’ hot nanny • Teach your child instant classics like “The Boobs on the Bus” and “Bro, Bro, Bro Your Boat”</B> <BR><BR>With full-color illustrations, interactive work sheets, and even suggestions for how to turn a stroller into a broller, <I>The Bro Code for Parents </I>gives you all the tools you’ll need to raise your child to be almost as awesome as I am. Almost.
I Blame the Scapegoats
by John O'Farrell

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A doctor in America has just invented a 'sperm sorting machine'. At least that's what he claimed when his receptionist burst into the office to find him doing something peculiar with the Hoover attachment. Apparently the system used for separating the male and female sperm is remarkably simple. A sample is placed in the petri dish with a microscopic pile of household items on a tiny staircase. All the sperm that go straight past without picking anything up are obviously boys. John O'Farrell's first collection of columns GLOBAL VILLAGE IDIOT was a huge success prompting fulsome praise from such major public figures as the Queen Mother, Roy Jenkins and Cardinal Hume. Sadly, since their deaths, their glowing endorsements cannot be officially verified. So here instead is another collection of funny, satirical essays on a hundred and one 21st century subjects. Read how the government plans to introduce 'Santa loans' that will leave school children GBP10,000 in debt for all the presents that used to be free from Father Christmas. Learn how the EU is being expanded to include Narnia. And did you know that American war planes now have a little sticker on the back saying 'How's my bombing?' with an 0800 number to call if they blow up any Muslim country in a discourteous of aggressive manner ...
The Sea Hunters
by Clive Cussler

Price : $7.99

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Relates the stories of ten dramatic shipwrecks, including those of the Lexington and the Charleston
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<DIV>In the late 1980's Tim Parfitt talked his way into a job at Condé Nast in London and, from there, into a six-week stint in Madrid to help launch Spanish <I>Vogue</I>. Six weeks turned into nine years, and helping out turned into running the company. Tim Parfitt never saw a Costa and he certainly never bought an olive grove. Instead, he discovered a booming city in hedonistic reaction to years of facism, where the evenings lasted until dawn, sleep was something you only did at work, and five hour lunches invariably involved a plate of bull's testicles. Frothing with a language designed to make foreigners dribble, hospitalized by tapa-induced flatulence, and constantly frustrated by the unapproachable beauty of the women parading through the <I>Vogue</I> offices, he nevertheless falls in love with a city, a country, and its people—despite the fact he hasn't a clue what they're on about. Tim Parfitt's rise from unwanted guest to paparazzi-pursued mover in Spain's glamorous social scene is a hilarious comedy of errors.</DIV>
Don't Look Now
by Richard Montanari

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Spine creased. Shipped from the U.K. All orders received before 3pm sent that weekday.