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Da Great Gatsby Kat Lee
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A runaway parody initially made as an art piece, Da Great Gatsby is F. Right Back Up In Yo Muthafuckin Ass. Scott Fitzgerald's third book and a terrible object. It standz as tha supreme achievement of his game, an exemplary novel of tha Jazz Age n' our own.
Dark Days, White Devil Tony Arnold
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This book of fictional histories harnesses the unremitting absurdity of the self-satirizing modern globalist agenda and presents the reader with a roach's-eye-view of our topsy-turvy world, populated with outer space aliens, Earthbound weirdos, transhumanist cretins, ancient sages, mischievous disincarnate intelligences, and raging identity lunatics. It will help the bewildered reader dissect and resist the Commie nonsense virus with the flamethrower of truth, common sense, and outlaw humor. Volume 23 of the Whisanant Mythos.
DEAD LETTER OFFICE Kristen Lindemoen
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Size: 6" x 9"
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ISBN: 9781620300527
Dead Letter Office offers humorous retrospective essays of really poor decision making and ugly life lessons formatted as never sent letters.
Dear Basquiat: A Letter To My Black Son Peter Dowdy
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ISBN: 9781081027179
Peter Dowdy gives one of the most intriguing, intelligent, hilarious and heartwarming viewpoints of being a father for the first time. In his 30's, he writes a letter explaining his life and experiences with how and why he parents the way he does. With reflecting on events such as heartbreaks, ass-whoopings, finding love, and lots of poop, he gives a very unique approach for not only fathers but mothers as well with love and parenting the right way for the new age millennials and beyond.
Dear Basquiat: A Letter To My Black Son Peter Dowdy
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$8.29
Size: 6" x 9"
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ISBN: 9781081027179
Peter Dowdy gives one of the most intriguing, intelligent, hilarious and heartwarming viewpoints of being a father for the first time. In his 30's, he writes a letter explaining his life and experiences with how and why he parents the way he does. With reflecting on events such as heartbreaks, ass-whoopings, finding love, and lots of poop, he gives a very unique approach for not only fathers but mothers as well with love and parenting the right way for the new age millennials and beyond.
Dinner for Two. C.J Stone
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Don't Be A Douchebag! Glenn Whitehead
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I’ve been in the truck, fighting the traffic for about 75 minutes, and I’m now about 3 miles from the house. I’ve been sitting at the light, in the left turn lane for 7 or 8 minutes, watching it run through the cycle about 4 times; now I’m only 3 cars away. OK, green arrow, let’s move. 1 Mississippi, 2 Mississippi, 3 Mississippi; SON-OF-A-BITCH! I’m going to have to sit through another cycle because only 2 cars made it that time. Excuse me ass crack, would you mind extracting your head from your anal cavity and getting the fuck out of the way? What are we doing? At work, in our personal lives, in government; we've handed over control of our country to the lowest links of the food chain. ...
Don't be a f*cker, Phillip! TJ Oefinger
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ISBN: 9781946982735
This book is an adult picture book that is a cautionary tale for all the f@ckers in the world.
Droll Tales of Alt-Worlds Zeke Zhang
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"Droll Tales of Alt-Worlds" is either humorous-ish science fiction or science-fiction-ish humor. Take your pick. There are 14 short stories and one novella, including fables, fairy tales, satires, and spoofs. The author's influences are Rod Serling, Ron Goulart, and Neil Gaiman. There is no sword & sorcery nor Hard science fiction. Just serious silliness.

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