Rhodri Marsden writes for the Independent newspaper and is a connoisseur of crap dates. He lives in London.
* This hip relationship manual (part self-help and part self-expression) pairs inspired sarcasm with expressive illustrations.
One Hot Chick: In Search of Mr. Right -- Now is Cheryl Caldwell's second Co-Edikit book--this time combining her lively cartoon character drawings with to-the-point relationship observations:
* I'm so miserable without you . . . it's almost like you're still here."
* "Nobody's ugly after 2 a.m."
* "How about a nice tall glass of never-gonna-happen?
Co-Edikit-branded products are available in 20 product formats ranging from stickers, plush toys, and candy to clothing, housewares, and tattoos
"Every story is the truth and every truthful moment is a hilarious journey! It's as if you're listening to your best friend at a coffee shop and watching a stand—up take command of the stage. You won't be disappointed as you travel this refreshingly funny road of 'horrible dates!'"—Debra Wilson, actress/comedian, MADtv
"Eddie's book is an emotional catharsis for anyone who has ever come home from one horrible date and wondered, What the hell was that? This book is laugh–out–loud hilarious and extremely well written."—Chad Allen, writer, producer, actor, activist
What I have to tell you in this book will seem almost unreal. But you are going to have to keep reminding yourself that these are actual real dates.For everyone who can empathize and knows what it's like to be on at lease one crappy date, this book is for you. For everyone who wants that dinner back or sat through a boring, horrible movie only to determine that the person you were with was a complete and utter tsunami, this book is for you.
For everyone else, buckle your seat belt and turn off your phone, because a massive car wreck is about to begin.
A Very British Christmas is a twelve-stage sleigh ride through the best, worst, strangest and funniest aspects of the Christmas holiday, with cultural icons saluted, national habits dissected and personal reminiscences from those who’ve eaten all the mince pies and lived to tell the tale.
The essential Christmas stocking filler for every Brit who’s ever found themselves on a deflating air bed in their parents’ spare room wedged up against the washing machine come Christmas Eve and wondering why this Christmas, just like every year, doesn’t look like the ones on the telly.