Humour Business Books

Losing It: Ten Easy Steps to Losing a Fortune on the Stock Market

Do you have money to burn? Are you over-taxed, bored or self-destructive? Looking for a way to wipe out your savings and lower your standard of living as conventionally understood by today's happening urbanite? Then this is the e-book for you!

Although there's an infinite variety of ways to lose money on the stock market, I will walk you through the ten most effective and efficient strategies currently available. I have personally put years of meticulous research into honing these techniques while losing money hand over fist. Following my sage and hard-earned advice, you too can start losing money today.

April Fools Pranks: 31 Pranks for the Office

31 April Fools Day Pranks you can play at the office. Rock solid full of good clean fun that should be ok for most office settings. If you have ever wanted to play a good April Fools Day Joke on someone and didn't know what to do, this little joke book has 31 good choices.

There are even good suggestions for what you can do even if you aren't good at playing practical jokes on your co-workers. Very little preparation or cost involved. Most of the 31 April Fools practical jokes cost nothing.

April 1st is coming and if you don't have this little April Fool prank book - you can be assured someone in your office does. Be warned!

Legally Blonde in UAE: A Mini-Memoir

A mini-memoir about some hilarious times while Marsha Marie, an American, was living in United Arab Emirates as an English teacher. Not allowed to return to the States, Marsha chose UAE to be her new home.

Work Wife Balance

'This is well-written, very funny and I raced through it, occasionally squealing in horror at the antics of Kate's colleagues. It's also a joy to read about a strong woman with a big job and fiery opinions, a nice antidote to the sugary sweet sort of chick lit.' DAILY MAIL. Kate King is furiously flailing to keep afloat. As her team bicker, finger-point and cheat their way through rumours of sackings and site closures, her ill-tempered husband is becoming increasingly embittered and secretive. Kate knows she must address his petulant question: "Surely there's more to life than this?" but all her energies are required to dodge the corporate bullets constantly fired in her direction. Under pressure from an attractive, younger colleague, Kate is also concerned by her sudden invisibility to the opposite sex and the alarming appearance of back fat. Disturbingly, beige knitwear has started to call to her from the shelves of M&S. Growing more and more suspicious of her husband's activities, pressure builds on Kate both at work and at home until her turbulent year reaches its climactic end. Can she continue to balance precariously between work and marriage, or is one end of the scales going to hit the ground with a resounding thud?

Foggy's Blog

A Very Foggy Christmas

I am Morten Astley Fogarty - insurance complaint handler, part-time barista and all-round entertainer. My career at the Perypils call centre has really taken off since my colleagues all voted for me to leave the team and transfer to complaints; I was chuffed to bits at being chosen! I love helping our customers resolve their concerns and as I've only received three death threats so far, I'm clearly doing something right. On Sundays, I work with an extremely talented Chef, Joe, who trained under the calming influence of Gordon Ramsay. Joe's party-trick is to hurl his bread knife through the kitchen hatch towards my head. He always deliberately misses, of course; we do have such fun! My girlfriend, Myra, is a wonderful actress and our director has tried her in lots of different positions. I know Myra is desperate to secure a leading part in our Christmas production, The Wizard of Oz and she has been scouring eBay for ruby slippers, size 9. Let's hope she can continue to satisfy the director!

The Stainless Steel Coffin

In the seventies a metal shop just south of Los Angeles received an order for one stainless steel coffin with a glass lid, but that wasn't the unusual part.

Those unfamiliar with the metal fabrication industry may find this bizarre little period piece too fanciful to be believed but those who are familiar it will know that it's business as usual. The craziness you are about to read actually happened to a business acquaintance of the author--even to the fish oil.

Now with a newspaper clipping that recounts the on going drama.

KING SHAFT RIDER: The Idiot's Guide to Humor

Humor about being treated unfairly and cruelly, poverty, low income and writing