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An Utterly Ridiculous Collection of Funny "How To" and "Self Help" Prank Book Covers to Keep Your Friends, Family, Neighbors, Co-workers, and Total Strangers Wondering.
"Uh..., not that it's any of my business... but are you REALLY reading..."
Do you remember watching Candid Camera, or X'ed, or Punk'd, and enjoying the reaction of some unsuspecting persons to some preposterous situation or embarrassing moment? Did you ever wish that you could be one of its victims? I did. Who wouldn't like to be taken out of the daily humdrum and placed in some crazy and interesting situation that causes you to do a double take?
The Book's Unique Design
Your Social Events Are Now Your Opportunities!
Imagine your family's reaction at the next gathering when they discover the book, Getting Your Fair Share of the Family Inheritance (or Even More!), sitting on your brother's coffee table.
Tease your neighbor by "accidentally" leaving a book on your patio table that is titled How to Find Out Everything There Is To Know About Your Neighbor.
Inconspicuously leave The Pyramid Scheme: How to Use Friends to Build Your Empire on your counter, waiting for the surprised glances of that couple you invited for dinner.
And when you go to your buddy's place to watch the next big game, sneak a book titled Top Dog: Becoming the Alpha Male under the bowl of chips where the rest of the guys can find it.
We hope you enjoy using this book as much as we've enjoyed putting it together. Just add your imagination and a few good friends to put a little laughter and fun in your day! It makes the perfect gift for that wacky uncle of yours.
you can give the book as a gag gift for a birthday gift, hostess gift,
retirement gift, or office gift with one of the embarrassing titles set
as the front cover of the book ready to be unwrapped. Unlike other gag gifts this one can be used again and again for all sorts of funny embarrassing moments.
We've found a fantastic prank book, and that's "fantastic" as in "we fantasize about having thought about it first." Because it's a brilliant idea. Is This Really Your Book? really can be judged by its cover, because it's nothing but cover. Ninety-three of them, in fact, all cunningly crafted to embarrass the hell out of people if hidden just visibly enough in the right place.
The spiral binding allows you to flip through almost a hundred perfect situations, or sacrifice the whole thing for one perfect practical in your boss's office. You can use it yourself on the subway, or anywhere people are so mindlessly bored that providing a counts as being a good Samaritan. Or even a hero. It's a 100% solid prank book, as opposed to a book of pranks, and we can heartily recommend it. But don't worry -- it's not like we'll get jealous and start drawing attention to .
Here is a recent press release for our book.
"Our family has had so much fun with this book. Every time we know guests are visiting we fight over which cover we are going to use on them. It never gets old!"
Jack (left) and Gary at a book signing.
Here is an interview we did on WIKB 99.1 FM, a radio station out of Iron River, MI on June 26th, 2010. The first few seconds are a little garbled.
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Book Design by Kate Shaw Holeman (www.kshcreative.com)
Made in the U.S.A.
Printed by AM Lithography Corporation (amlitho.com)
694 Center Street, Chicopee, MA 01013
Copyright © 2012 by Gary Gotberg and Jack Marino