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Частушки поздравительные

Сергей Черепанов

В книге собраны стихотворные поздравления и частушки на день рождения и юбилей, на свадьбу и свадебные даты (1-5 и 30 лет), на другие праздники, в том числе на новый год, колядки, на 14 и 23 февраля, 8 марта, на масленицу и 1 апреля, частушки студенческие, армейские, адвокатские и для медиков. Стихи можно использовать при поздравлении, как тост, можно петь в кругу друзей, использовать при праздничном выступлении или праздничной сценке.

Mr. Happy and the Office Party

Liz Bankes

The Mr. Men have been tickling children for generations with their funny and charming antics. The Mr Men for Grown-Ups series now gives adults the chance to laugh along as the Mr Men and Little Miss try to cope with the very grown-up world around them. Featuring Roger Hargreaves classic artwork alongside hilariously funny new text.Mr Happy is usually a very happy fellow. But the morning after the office party, he doesn't feel so happy. In fact, he loses his smile. It couldn’t be that bad, could it?The perfect book for anyone who has ever been to a work party and lived to tell the tale.Also available in The Mr Men for Grown-Ups series:Little Miss Shy Goes Online Dating, Mr Greedy Eats Clean to Get Lean and Little Miss Busy Surviving Motherhood.

Little Miss Busy Surviving Motherhood

Liz Bankes

The Mr. Men have been tickling children for generations with their funny and charming antics. The Mr Men for Grown-Ups series now gives adults the chance to laugh along as the Mr Men and Little Miss try to cope with the very grown-up world around them. Featuring Roger Hargreaves classic artwork alongside hilariously funny new text.Little Miss Busy hadn't always been so busy. She used to enjoy lazy weekends and leisurely lie-ins. But then she had kids. Now her life is a constant juggle of demands and pressure to be the perfect mum. How does Little Miss Busy do it?The perfect book for anyone who has ever faced the trials and tribulations of the wonderful and exasperating world of parenthood.Also available The Mr Men for Grown-Ups series:Mr Greedy Eats Clean to Get Lean, Little Miss Shy Goes Online Dating and Mr Happy and the Office Party.

Little Miss Shy Goes Online Dating

Liz Bankes

The Mr. Men have been tickling children for generations with their funny and charming antics. The Mr Men for Grown-Ups series now gives adults the chance to laugh along as the Mr Men and Little Miss try to cope with the very grown-up world around them. Featuring Roger Hargreaves classic artwork alongside hilariously funny new text.Little Miss Shy likes being single and loves nothing more than staying in with a good book. But her mother feels quite differently and she reluctantly decides to give online dating a try. Will one of the Mr Men be her Mr Right?The perfect book for anyone who has ever been part of the dating pool, reluctantly or not.Also available in The Mr Men for Grown-Ups series:Mr Greedy Eats Clean to Get Lean, Little Miss Busy Surviving Motherhood and Mr Happy and the Office Party.

488 Rules for Life

Kitty Flanagan

488 Rules for Life is Kitty Flanagan's way of making the world a more pleasant place to live.Providing you with the antidote to every annoying little thing, these rules are not made to be broken. 488 Rules for Life is not a self-help book, because it's not you who needs help, it's other people. Whether they're walking and texting, asphyxiating you on public transport with their noxious perfume cloud, or leaving one useless square of toilet paper on the roll, a lot of people just don't know the rules.But thanks to Kitty Flanagan's comprehensive guide to modern behaviour, our world will soon be a much better place. A place where people don't ruin the fruit salad by putting banana in it … where your co-workers respect your olfactory system and don't reheat their fish curry in the office microwave … where middle aged men don't have ponytails …Other rules to live by include:1. Men must wear shorts over leggings The gym is no place for people to discover whether or not you are circumcised. That’s a private discussion for another place and time.2. Team bonding activities should be optional Some people love it when management decides that an afternoon of bowling or paintballing or (god forbid) karaoke will help everyone work better as a team. Others would rather be dead.3. Don’t ever mention your ‘happy place’ To me, this sounds less like a pleasant, fun state of mind and more like some kind of utopian wank palace you’ve had built in the basement.What started as a personal joke is now a quintessential reference book with the power to change society. (Or, at least, make it a bit less irritating.)What people are (Kitty Flanagan is) saying about this book:'You're welcome everyone.''Thank god for me.''I'd rather be sad and lonely, but right.''There's not actually 488 rules in here but it sure feels like it'.

I Am the Border, So I Am

@BorderIrish

‘Channelling the spirit of Monty Python, Father Ted and Oscar Wilde, [@BorderIrish] trolls the Brexit process with a tone that is whimsical, sometimes surreal and always pointed.’ – Guardian‘I was living the quiet life, watching the traffic and the sheep go by and then Brexit came along and I listened to people dismissing my importance. I could see the danger coming in the distance, like a cold front on the Tyrone skyline. So I thought, how can an invisible border be heard?’97 years young, the Irish Border may be a late adopter of Twitter, but with almost 80k followers including Taoiseach Leo Varadkar, Piers Morgan and Alastair Campbell, the Border isn’t so invisible anymore.