Are you bored? Do you need somewhere to write your thoughts and things you have to get done? Or are you looking for that perfect, humorous gift for that special someone? This is a blank, UNLINED journal. 6x9. Convenient, perfect size to take anywhere! It's a perfect gift for many occasions - birthdays, holidays, a gag gift and so much more, all at a very affordable price. This journal also makes a great gift for that special someone in your life. Maybe they curse a little bit, or just like to use the word fuck a lot. It will surely get a laugh, and you will not be able to find a journal like this in stores. There are also many benefits to journaling and writing down your thoughts. Among these are stress reduction, numerous healing benefits, personal growth and so much more.
There are also many benefits to journaling and writing down your thoughts. Among these are stress reduction, numerous healing benefits, personal growth and so much more.
Author: Swear Journals
Author: Createspace Independent Pub
In his first book, National Post columnist Scott Feschuk offers a hilarious, satirical take on trends in television and our peculiar obsession with the famous, the infamous, and the nature of Tom Cruise’s sexuality. Searching for Michael Jackson’s Nose romps through the birth and the future of reality television, takes readers to the all-star parties thrown each summer by the major American television networks, and makes the case that what the world needs now is more – yes, more! – showbiz award shows. It pokes fun at Hollywood’s rich and renowned, and also at Steve Guttenberg. It both applauds and skewers our intensifying fascination with the profoundly inconsequential: tribal councils, celebrity interviews, the crude romantic exploits of bachelors and bogus millionaires. And it takes us on a tour through the prevailing popular culture of the twenty-first century, with stops at the Starship Enterprise, Britney Spears, Sesame Street, the Oscars, Pamela Anderson, a naked Billy Baldwin, and the everchanging facial topography of the King of Pop. From the Trade Paperback edition.
Fuck. Fuuuuuuck. Fucky fuck fuckity fuck fuck! The numbers aresoaring as
wespeak. Friends calling friends, telling themto tune in, thatguy who won
theOscar forFatal Fatality is cussing up a storm! [unintelligible voice from offstage]
Author: Scott Feschuk
Publisher: McClelland & Stewart
Category: Social Science
Watch a video The fiction debut of the New York Times bestselling author of My Fair Lazy. Told in the uproariously entertaining voice readers have come to expect from Jen Lancaster, If You Were Here follows Amish-zombie-teen- romance author Mia and her husband Mac (and their pets) through the alternately frustrating, exciting, terrifying-but always funny-process of buying and renovating their first home in the Chicago suburbs that John hughes's movies made famous. Along their harrowing renovation journey, Mia and Mac get caught up in various wars with the homeowners' association, meet some less-than-friendly neighbors, and are joined by a hilarious cast of supporting characters, including a celebutard ex- landlady. As they struggle to adapt to their new surroundings- with Mac taking on the renovations himself- Mia and Mac will discover if their marriage is strong enough to survive months of DIY renovations.
... her diatribe. She starts in on what I assume is her thesis statement. “So fuck
you, fuck your bathtub, fuck the Japs, fuck your grill, fuck your mother, and fuck
your fucking fuckity fuck. Your dogs are cool. But fuck your cats and your fucky
Author: Jen Lancaster