Frogmorton Culpepper Saves the World
by Keith Trezise
292 pages ISBN 978-0-9932472-5-5
Frogmorton Culpepper didn’t wake up on the day he got fired expecting to save the world, not that week at least. He had to prove out his environmental technology experiments to his superiors first. The world had yet to provide any recognition of his genius. His mother had yet to provide any recognition of his ability to do anything. The girl of his dreams had yet to provide any recognition of his existence. Some, if not all, of that changes in Frogmorton Culpepper Saves the World, a work of the scientifically fictitious that if it doesn’t change your life forever, will at least make you smile (a lot) .... and if you want to know why there’s a picture of a cleverly-folder origami rhinoceros on the cover, all we can say is that you’ll have to read the book.
Mischieverse - Rude humour that laughs at life's irritations
by Suzan St Maur
142 pages ISBN 978-0-9932472-8-6
“Rude, irreverent and downright filthy ... like Johnny Rotten meets Pam Ayres”
Julia Lewis, Actor (Their Finest)
Sarah Setterfield, Inspirato
We're hugely pleased to be able to welcome Suzan St Maur on board with this title. She is both the author of the genuinely bestselling Horse Lover’s Joke Book and a highly-acclaimed business-writing guru. Mischieverse isn’t about horses (or business), though. It’s about the annoyances and absurdities of life today - the things that drive us all crazy, and how to laugh at them. It’s a great gift title for friends and family (especially those who like to use the occasional naughty word!)
“Snarky, quirky, downright rude, [Suzan St Maur] skewers pop culture: its language, fashion, politics, entertainment. Not even family and cherished holidays escape her cutting wit. Through it all, she manages to make us laugh at ourselves and the silliness of contemporary life.”
Barbara Grengs, Author of the Toby Martin series of children’s mystery novels and Delicate Dames
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The Oxbridge Limerick Book - Filthy limericks for every college in Oxford and Cambridge
by Lewis Williams
156 pages ISBN 978-0-9932472-4-8
Presenting the very finest in vulgar humour, The Oxbridge Limerick Book revives the ancient and noble art of the filthy limerick, injects it with a large dose of twenty-first century humour and applies it to the venerable institutions of Oxford and Cambridge, giving every college in the two universities a filthy limerick to call its own. The results will cause hilarity and provoke outrage, with what is quite possibly the best and most original little book of filthy limericks to be published since 1928.
The Scottish Limerick Book - Filthy limericks for every town in the Scotland
by Lewis Williams
166 pages ISBN 978-0-9932472-1-7
From the author of The Great British Limerick Book, comes more of the very finest in vulgar humour and this time a filthy limerick for every town in Scotland. The Scottish Limerick Book includes scores of newly written limericks and covers Scotland so comprehensively that it gives every town, city or village in the country with a population of 3,000 people or more a filthy limerick to call its own. There are over 250 limericks in the book. A lot of them are hilarious. Most of them are very funny. All of them are filthy.
The Isle of Skye, Scotland
When I was on the Isle of Skye
I overdid the old Spanish fly
I had a stiff member
From the fourth of December
Till Friday the tenth of July
At McDonald's in Guildford in Surrey
I spilt coffee on my crotch in a scurry
I had to act quick
To cool down my dick
So I stuck it into my McFlurry
In Ashington there was a miner
Whose wife was a fashion designer
One night to his shock
She dressed him up as a cock
And herself as a six foot vagina
There was a young man from Nuneaton
Who really enjoyed being beaten
And squeezing his knackers
With a pair of nut crackers
And riding a bike with no seat on
Surely it can’t be done. But it has been done. For the first time in the history of mankind someone has been dedicated enough and fool enough to write a filthy limerick for every town in the UK which, unlike Leeds or Devizes, doesn’t already have a classic filthy limerick to call its own.
From Land’s End to John o’ Groats, The Great British Limerick Book has a filthy limerick for your town, for your uncle’s town, for your cousin’s husband’s ex-wife’s town ... as long as it’s in the UK and as long as it isn’t one of those few places that are really impossible to find a rhyme for.
There are over 900 limericks in the book. A lot of them are hilarious. Most of them are very funny. All of them are filthy.
by Lewis Williams
320 pages ISBN 978-0-9932472-0-0