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The perfect book to get the most out of your cock. By her own admission, Cossie Hussey loves cock. With How to Eat Cock, join her on a culinary exploration and learn to know your way around cock just as well as she does. With recipes honed by a childhood spent on her family farm - from sticky southern fried cock to gobble up with your hands, served with a creamy slaw to the ultimate cock monsieur, a steamy and indulgent feast to share with your friends- let Hussey show you how to get the very best out of your cock.
By any standards, 2020 has been a momentous twelve months. The news has been dominated by huge headlines; the roof of a Slough block of flats was blown off by strong winds, Stormzy clashed with TV host Eamonn Holmes over his criticism of Meghan Markle, and Greggs launched their much-heralded Vegan Steak Bake. But in the future, when all these stories are nothing more than forgotten chapters in a dusty history book on the shelves of a closed library, this year will be remembered for just one thing; Viz - The Wizard's Sleeve. Inside this extraordinarily sumptuous compilation annual, readers will find the very best bits from issues 272 to 281 of Viz Comic, Britain's funniest* and best-selling** magazine, including: * Cartoons: The Fat Slags, Johnny Fartpants, Mrs Brady Old Lady, Roger Mellie, Eight Ace, The Pathetic Sharks, Biffa Bacon, Raffles the Gentleman Thug and many, many more * Features and news stories: Sex on the Moon; Is Your Neighbour a KGB Assassin?, Is Your Wife Having an Affair with the Milkman?; 24 Things You Never Knew About Gold; The Stag Night of the Future and many, many more * Thrilling adventures: Ed Sheeran's Fountain of Popularity; Tony Hadley's True Crime; Invasion of the Space Wasps with Kirstie & Phil; Jimbo Jones and his Robot Beauty Pageant; Jack Black and his Dog Silver and many, many more * Viz's famous Letters and Top Tips * Spoof ads, articles, free gifts and other assorted tat Whether you're looking for the ideal Christmas gift for a loved one, a book to keep on the toilet cistern, or merely something to prop up the leg of a wobbly kitchen table***, a copy of Viz - The Wizard's Sleeve is a great way to round this fabulous year off in style. *Winner, Britain's Funniest Magazine, Viz Comic Magazine Awards, 1979-2020 **Source: ABC figure experienced during a dream after eating a large amount of cheese ***Particularly wobbly tables may require the purchase of more booksbrass fanfare to celebrate its 40th year as the country's most flatulent magazine, Viz is puffing out its cheeks to release its latest annual - The Trumpeter's Lips.
From the team behind the super-popular Instagram @MyTherapistSays comes this humorous guide that chronicles the exhausting task of navigating the daily, anxiety-ridden struggle that we fondly call life. Including hilarious memes MTS is known and loved for, along with checklists, prompts, questions from readers, and more, My Therapist Says is the guide you need to achieve your goals, one wrong turn at a time. Have you ever wanted something, pursued it (albeit not quite as gracefully as you would've hoped), failed, and then genuinely asked yourself the question, Am I delusional? Well, that's how I began penning this magnum opus. Like the Buddhist's have their Tripitaka, you have...moi. And my therapist, though it's unlikely she'll admit this in public. On the receiving end of a ghosting session? Needing a way to leave a work function without looking like a buzzkill? Having a hard time developing amnesia about your last relationship? Fear not, as I cover everything from circumstantial etiquette to blissful delusion when necessary. So, grab a pen, a box of tissues, a glass of wine, and your bestie, because sh*t is about to get real. And remember, be yourself, be kind, and all that jazz, unless you're a Susan*. If that's the case, try to be literally anyone else. Ugh, my therapist hates that I wrote that. *Susan: Noun and verb. Unpleasant, annoying, and delusional, the Susan is somebody who is literally awful in every way, is liked by no one, but has no clue, no matter how many open clues you give her. If you roll your eyes at this, you're probably a Susan. Uses: Susaning, Susanism.
An all-at-once charming and delightful book on the world of sushi cats. If you're new to the wonderful world of sushi cats, we're happy to formally introduce you to these magical creatures. Sushi cats are an unusual life-form consisting of a cat on top of a portion of sushi rice. But make no mistake, these sushi cats are not for eating. As the story goes, the history of sushi cats is nothing more than the history of mankind itself and they have been known to influence humans since the beginning of time. Once Upon a Sushi Cat takes you on a journey through history describing where sushi cats come from (Sushi Cat Island, of course), and how they've traveled around the world on their flying plates spreading joy. Although we've gathered a little information from various researchers and witnesses, their existence is shrouded in mystery and sightings remain rare. Pause for a moment to look through the gaps of your busy life, and you may just spot a sushi cat looking back at you.
Can't we all just get oolong? We are a nation of tea drinkers. 84% of Brits drink tea every day, and we get through 100 million cups daily. When a survey asked us what the country's national emblem should be, the most resounding answer, with 32 per cent of the vote, was a cup of tea. And yet... most of us are doing it wrong. Enter tea-drinking expert and infusion connoisseur, Stephen Wildish. His complete guide to the fine art of tea includes: brewing guides for the proportionally challenged; simple to follow but desperately important rules (such as: the tea-bag and milk should never touch); cooling guides (charting the exact millisecond when the temperature of tea goes from hotter than the sun to stone cold); taxonomies of tea and much more. It is the perfect gift for every tea lover.
A decade ago, Caitlin Moran thought she had it all figured out. Her instant bestseller How to Be a Woman was a game-changing take on feminism, the patriarchy, and the general 'hoo-ha' of becoming a woman. Back then, she firmly believed 'the difficult bit' was over, and her forties were going to be a doddle. If only she had known: when middle age arrives, a whole new bunch of tough questions need answering. Why isn't there such a thing as a 'Mum Bod'? How did sex get boring? What are men really thinking? Where did all that stuff in the kitchen drawers come from? Can feminists have Botox? Why has wine turned against you? How can you tell the difference between a Teenage Micro-Breakdown, and The Real Thing? Has feminism gone too far? And, as always, WHO'S LOOKING AFTER THE CHILDREN? Now with ageing parents, teenage daughters, a bigger bum and a To-Do list without end, Caitlin Moran is back with More Than A Woman: a guide to growing older, a manifesto for change, and a celebration of all those middle-aged women who keep the world turning.