This is the comedy of Baphomet Giger. A comedy from the underworld. Do not read if you're a religious fanatic, you will hate this book. Only read if you have a sense of humor.
Author: Baphomet Giger
Publisher: Tredition Gmbh
A story book for adults, not for children at all, maybe teenagers, You'll laugh so hard you'll crap yourself. This is the comedy of Baphomet Giger. A comedy from the underworld. Do not read if you're a religious fanatic, you will hate this book. Only read if you have a sense of humor. Includes nine books In one, Bunnies From Hell, Bunnies From Heaven, Spicy Taco, Gods Fart, Rabies Doggie, Amadeus Gets a Puppy, and three new stories Suicidal Kitten, Stinky The Fart Monster, and The Fart Book
in Hell. Once the tip of my sword made it through all of the grizzly's dense fur and finally touched the bears skin, ... maybe the bear was hollow inside just like a chocolate Easter bunny, and the walls of the bear were so paper thin ...
Author: Cory Tollefson
Publisher: Lulu Press, Inc
Hell is a very real, very scary place, but what is Hell? Cory "Grizzly" Tollefson has opened the doors of Hell, and walked right through them! These are some of his adventures. Do only 'bad' people go to Hell? The answer to this question will surprise you! Each story is about a different individual that Grizzly has saved from their own personal Hell.
said Bunny quickly. “My feelin's are raisin' hell inside of me. This spraint leg ain't nothin'.” But Mr. Graham groaned lustily. “Mebby if you two was to help me, I could manage to hobble to my shack.... No, stranger”—to Johnny, ...
Author: Vaughan Kester
Publisher: BoD – Books on Demand
Reproduction of the original: The Hand of the Mighty and Other Stories by Vaughan Kester
Other times the peeing strategy is more, well, premeditated. One night after giving Elmo some medicine, ... A few years ago, a woman called Susan because, she said, she had “the rabbit from hell.” The rabbit was a tiny, two-year-old ...
Author: Susan E. Davis
Publisher: Lantern Books
Revered as a symbol of fertility, sexuality, purity and childhood, beloved as a children's pet and widely represented in the myths, art and collectibles of almost every culture, the rabbit is one of the most popular animals known to humans. Ironically, it has also been one of the most misunderstood and abused. Indeed, the rabbit is the only animal that our culture adores as a pet, idolizes as a storybook hero and slaughters for commercial purposes. Stories Rabbits Tell takes a comprehensive look at the rabbit as a wild animal, ancient symbol, pop culture icon, commercial "product" and domestic.
No way in hell they would ever invite me to Smut Salon. That was their own private Bunny thing, like Touching Tuesdays or bingewatching The Bachelorette or making little ... Holding hands while they praised each other's stories.
Author: Mona Awad
Publisher: Head of Zeus Ltd
'Brilliant, sharp, weird ... I loved it and couldn't put it down' KRISTEN ROUPENIAN. 'Made me nod and cackle in terrified recognition' LENA DUNHAM. Samantha Heather Mackey couldn't be more of an outsider in her small, highly selective MFA program at New England's Warren University. A scholarship student who prefers the company of her dark imagination to that of most people, she is utterly repelled by the rest of her fiction writing cohort – a clique of unbearably twee rich girls who call each other 'Bunny', and are often found entangled in a group hug so tight they become one. But everything changes when Samantha receives an invitation to the Bunnies' fabled 'Smut Salon', and finds herself inexplicably drawn to their front door. As Samantha plunges deeper and deeper into the sinister yet saccharine world of the Bunnies, the boundary between fiction and reality begins to blur. A spellbinding, down-the-rabbit-hole tale of loneliness and belonging, creativity and agency, and friendship and desire, Bunny is the dazzlingly original second book from the author of 13 Ways of Looking at a Fat Girl. 'Hilarious and subversive, magical and knife-sharp' LAURA VAN DEN BERG. 'Equal parts wit, fancy, and wickedness' SARAH SHUN-LIEN BYNUM. 'Enchanting and stunningly bizarre' PUBLISHERS WEEKLY.
I wasn't yelling no more as I stepped inside. The front room was creepy, what with no electricity and it being about the middle of the night, but I noticed a faint crack of light coming out from under the door to the back room. “Emily?
Author: Leverett Butts
Publisher: Lulu Press, Inc
Emily's Stitches: The Confessions of Thomas Calloway is a collection of interrelated short stories about a teenaged boy growing up in rural Georgia and faced with the challenges of approaching adulthood. When he stumbles across a young homeless girl, he must decide how best to protect her from the world despite the fact that he barely understands the world himself. Also included in this collection are five other short stories and three poems including "Requiem," an authorized sequel of sorts to Scott Thompson's novel Young Men Shall See. Other notable selections include "Negative Space," which tells the story of a recently divorced photographer who finds himself sharing Thanksgiving dinner with his ex-wife's family; "Gods for Sale, Cheap," a humorous examination of the commercialization of American religion; and "Misdirection," the story of two down-on-their-luck hitmen and their quest for identity.
And Other Stories Zhu Lin. the sound of Pots ' song . ... He had broken many staffs , but still he had not found Bunny . More and more people came to the conclusion that he was crazy , so they locked him away in a derelict temple .
Author: Zhu Lin
Publisher: University of Hawaii Press
A collection of six stories of devotion, betrayal and defilement, set in Jiangnan. The author describes in frank terms the plight of rural Chinese women and their exploitation by men.
She gave me one last lick for the hell of it and let me up. ... Although his licks ain't as raspy as Tammy's some of his other moves are pretty pleasing. BLING! ... He's got more carrots in his armory than Bugs Bunny.
Author: Roger Leslie Paige
This is my tenth collection of short stories. An elderly man becomes ?news? after he writes about his encounter with Ernest Hemingway in Pamplona years ago. A writer holidaying in West Texas meets James Dean in Marfa years after the latter's supposed death. A postal clerk remembers selling a stamp to John Wayne who was filming in London. A reporter traces the ex-chauffeur of a gangster to learn his story. A British Lord worries about his accident prone wife who has gone skiing in the Scottish Borders. A mystery writer becomes a witness in a local murder. A strange ship loads an odd cargo in a port. A mute, nameless man becomes a patient in a psychiatric hospital. A sunken treasure is found off the coast of Florida during a Presidential political campaign. They are a mixed bag of old and new, some semi-autobiographical or humourous, all intended to entertain.
... an outdated hi—fi system, a large black and white television with a round channel dial and no remote control, mountains of dust bunnies, and a full-sized dentist's ... “Just sit the hell down and open your muffinhole so I can take a ...
Author: Jay Wexler
Publisher: Quid Pro Books
A zoo with only black and white animals. A camp where children are forced to gather clams or face a trip to the 'hot box'; a Supreme Court Justice's confirmation hearing presided over by the 1977 Kansas City Royals. 'The Adventures of Ed Tuttle, Associate Justice, and Other Stories' transports one to these hilarious places and beyond. This world, according to Dan Kennedy, host of The Moth Storytelling Podcast, is ''where corporate cafeteria lunch servers blurt out Kierkegaard quotes to soften the hard luck of a low supply of the 'lunch beans'; that two raging alcoholic white collar workers crave daily; a world where an HMO in-network dentist hovers over patients and instead of asking about their flossing habits or aches, asks what it is that they like best about him; a world where television sitcoms are set on death row. That's nothing--that's the tip of the iceberg." These stories, illustrations, and other errata are as funny as they are strange, as wonderful as they are wacky. "This is funny stuff, and I hope that Jay Wexler will donate his brain to neuroscience so we can see what's up with it." --Steven Pinker, Harvard College Professor of Psychology, Harvard University, 'How the Mind Works' "Jay Wexler is my kind of writer--a weird one, and a wry one, and one who isn't afraid to act silly in a sort of bait-and-switch that, to the reader's surprise, moves him as much as it makes him laugh. Like all the best comedians, Wexler is clearly nursing a heart that the world broke a long time ago. 'Ed Tuttle' is a book that can't decide what it wants to be when it grows up, but as with most cases of arrested development, there's something very serious going on behind all the antics. Plus, there are pictures."--Ron Currie, Jr., 'Everything Matters!' "Jay Wexler writes as if he has the ghost of James Thurber haunting him. These stories and sketches will hurt your gut and then tickle your brain. You need this humor. It'll be a hard week without it." --William Giraldi, 'Busy Monsters'
Laura added even more energy to her advance and the glass made a less specific sound. Cracks fanned out from Marcus and they sagged into the outside. 'Holy hell!' cried Ian, as Chris stepped behind his sister, knitted the three of them ...
Author: Breton Dukes
Publisher: Victoria University Press
Empty Bones is weightlifting, infidelity, drunk driving, facelifts and childbirth it s a family and their weekend reunion. It is Lisbon to Madrid on the night train and Auckland to Wellington on a motorbike. It is the end, the beginning and the gristly in between. Empty Bones is a novella accompanied by five equally raw, intense and comical short stories, from the author of the acclaimed Bird North. Wow. Breton Dukes BIRD NORTH is a knockout. Brilliantly intense book. Emily Perkins, Twitter Roddy Doyle is a hard act to follow, but in Bird North New Zealand author Breton Dukes does it with a gritty and sometimes disturbing collection of stories. Ian Williams, Otago Daily Times Confidant, nuanced and unselfconsciously local, this is an accomplished debut. Sam Finnemore, NZ Listener Breton Dukes lives with his wife in Kaikorai Valley, Dunedin. He is a telephonist for the government. His interests include rabbit shooting, tenting and cookery. Cover: Dylan Horrocks"