Hundreds of Questions You'd Only Ask a Doctor After Your Third Martini, Compiled by Billy Goldberg, an emergency medicine physician, and Mark Leyner, bestselling author and well-known satirist, Why Do Men Have Nipples? offers real factual and really funny answers to some of the big questions about the oddities of our bodies.
As seen on Oprah! Do you brush your teeth up and down? side to side? Do you fold toilet tissue or wrap it around your hand? Do you use nail polish? (6% of rural men do!) Do you wear pantyhose over your underwear, or under? Do you curse more than once an hour?
and other naughty questions you always wanted answered. The man who brought you that book.. of Perfectly Useless Information now bares it all - with a shameless compendium of everything you've ever wanted to know about S-E-X.
In the form of a lively and eccentric course catalog, this brainchild of the creator of the wildly successful www.uselessknowledge.com offers up loads of facts of little consequence for the hardcore trivia buff or the casual enthusiast.
In his wildly entertaining, winningly irreverent, New York Times bestselling Don't Know Much About series, author Kenneth C. Davis has amused and edified us with fascinating facts about history, mythology, the Bible, the universe, geography, and the Civil War.
Discourses on Reflexology, Numerology, Urine Therapy, and other dubious subjects. A witty critique of New Age beliefs and scientific fraud. Topics debunked include paranormal events, Freud's theory of dreams, shamanism and UFOs. As well as providing laughter for sceptics, the book will also give solace and inspiration to those who prize logic and common sense.
Hardbound. From the introduction, why not create a book for food and drink enthusiasts composed exclusively of sidebar material, doing away with all that pesky text you normally try and fail to read, continuously and in order, from front cover to last?
By Joshua Piven, David Borgenicht, and Jennifer Worick. Don't get caught with your pants down! Keep this hands-on, how-to guide under the pillow, in the glove compartment, and anywhere you might encounter the perils of romance.
Now in its 16th year, The Bathroom Reader — which seems to have replaced the tie as the most popular Father's Day gift idea — has become a movement, with satisfying, easily digested new selections sure to wipe away bathroom boredom.