Most of the lords and ladies of the land dream of one day sitting upon a royal throne. The reality is that we all spend more time on the porcelain throne than we do on any other. This little book is a perfect bathroom companion, giving you 100 things to do whilst on your own throne. Sit down, relax and solve some riddles, make origami dragons, perform tricks, pranks and more. Now you can keep your mind busy whist you are doing your business.
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The infamous warrior, smuggler and co-pilot to Han Solo, Chewbacca (or Chewie to his friends) is a notorious rebel ally, not to mention one of the coolest characters in the galaxy. Grab your satchel and your bowcaster and come with us on an intergalactic adventure. Our favourite Wookiee is on the run and your mission (if you chose to accept it) is to find Chewbacca before the bounty hunters! So far Chewie has evaded capture and now has a sizeable bounty on his head. You may think that finding an 8 foot warrior shouldn't be too tricky, but this native of Kashyyyk is more stealthy than you may think. To complete your mission you not only have to find our favourite Wookiee, but ten other characters on every page. Visiting some of the most famous locations in the galaxy but with the help of the speediest freighter in the universe, the Millennium Falcon, the awesome Wookiee and his counterparts are...
Sometimes being sat on your porcelain throne can be a bit boring, especially if you’re settling in for a post-curry session! Grab yourself this Game on Thrones novelty hardback book filled with great boredom busters for the bog. In this book you will find 100 different boredom busters to keep you entertained on the toilet. From puzzles to pranks to projects, you’ll be sure to find something to interest you. Have you ever wanted to master the art of toilet paper origami? Now you can with How To’s for toilet paper dragons and bog roll gargoyles. This would be a fantastic novelty book to have sat next to your toilet.
In the hectic modern world, it can be hard for a man to find a little time for himself, between the kids, the other half, work, sleep, etc. In such times, one usually retreats to the designated “Man Cave”, the haven of all things manly and masculine, where pursuits such as housework, tea parties, and nappy changing can be avoided for a few moments and the men can indulge in their preferred hobbies in peace. Now, this handy little book by Dominic Bliss will give you an insight into optimum layouts, locations, designs and themes for your personal man cave – whether you are an aficionado of athletic pursuits, a connoisseur of the comic book world, or you just want to sit and watch television in peace, this book will help you make the perfect haven of the Y chromosome.
Calling all old codgers and grumpy gits, we finally have the book to help you feel young again. The Old Git Wit book features a whole host of hilarious and interesting quotes from a range of people from worldly scholars to just general old gits! From advice on side-stepping the age question in the Birthdays section to priceless tips in Secrets of Longevity, there are hilarious remarks to sweeten the pill of every aspect of old age. as Maurice Chevalier so aptly put it, old age is not so bad when you consider the alternative. This novelty book is perfect for any grumbling old granddad or moody git that you know - just make sure you stand well away when you hand them this book as you may get a verbal assault.
We all know a grumpy git and most of us live with one too in varying degrees - whether it's a husband, father, brother, grandfather or even son! The Grumpy Old Git's Guide is ideal for even the grumpiest of grouches who think they've the right to grizzle about everyone and everything! Surely life in the 21st century isn't that bad. Of course, some old blokes don't admit they're wrong or even bad tempered - it's just everybody else that is! From Bob Geldof to Winston Churchill, Jeremy Clarkson to Victor Meldrew, the world has always produced its share of grumpy, moody, pessimistic and world-weary types. We all know one! They like to groan and grumble, offering their own commentary on the shortcomings of modern life. Whether it is queues at the supermarket, the state of the health system, the price of a pint these days, the hairstyles of teenagers, or the number of Malteasers you actually get in a bag,...