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365 Stupidest Things Ever Said 2012 Page-A-Day Calendar

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Publisher Comments:

From the authors of The Stupidest Things Ever Said Book of All-Time Stupidest Top Ten Lists, the 365 Stupidest Things Ever Said calendar is a hilarious roundup of famous people—sports stars, politicians, entertainers—saying really dumb things.  The absurdly out of touch:  “Ive always lived very frugally.  I flew around on a private jet.  I have a boat.  But I always lived frugally,” (billionaire financier Allen Stanford). The jaw-droppingly dense: “How did you guys run so slowly in that opening Baywatch scene . . . you know, where you were running down the beach?” (Jessica Simpson to Pamela Anderson). Plus ineffective window signage (Everyday High Price!), odd re´sume´s (Qualifications: twin sister has accounting degree), unnecessary mattress warning labels (Do not attempt to swallow), and more.

Synopsis:

The 365 Stupidest Things Ever Said is a hilarious roundup of famous people--sports stars, politicians, entertainers--saying really dumb things. The shockingly out-of-touch: 'Trust me, after taxes, a million dollars is not a lot of money' (RNC chairman Michael Steele). The jaw-droppingly dense: 'How did you guys run so slowly in that opening Baywatch scene...you know, where you were running down the beach?' (Jessica Simpson to Pamela Anderson). Plus ineffective window signage (Everyday High Price!), odd re∞sume∞s (Qualifications: twin sister has accounting degree), weird car names like the Mazda Scum, and more.

About the Author

Ross and Kathryn Petras, sister and brother, are great curators of quotes whose calendar, The 365 Stupidest Things Ever Said, has sold over 4.6 million copies. Ross Petras lives in Toronto.

Kathryn and Ross Petras, sister and brother, are great curators of quotes whose calendar, The 365 Stupidest Things Ever Said, has sold over 4.6 million copies. Kathryn Petras lives in Seattle.

Product Details

ISBN:
9780761157557
Publisher:
Workman Publishing Company
Subject:
General Humor
Author:
Petras, Ross
Author:
Petras, Kathryn
Subject:
Humor : General
Subject:
General-General
Edition Description:
Calendar
Publication Date:
20110715
Binding:
CALENDAR
Language:
English
Pages:
320
Dimensions:
6.12 x 6.12 in

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365 Stupidest Things Ever Said 2012 Page-A-Day Calendar
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Product details 320 pages Workman Publishing - English 9780761157557 Reviews:
"Synopsis" by , The 365 Stupidest Things Ever Said is a hilarious roundup of famous people--sports stars, politicians, entertainers--saying really dumb things. The shockingly out-of-touch: 'Trust me, after taxes, a million dollars is not a lot of money' (RNC chairman Michael Steele). The jaw-droppingly dense: 'How did you guys run so slowly in that opening Baywatch scene...you know, where you were running down the beach?' (Jessica Simpson to Pamela Anderson). Plus ineffective window signage (Everyday High Price!), odd re∞sume∞s (Qualifications: twin sister has accounting degree), weird car names like the Mazda Scum, and more.

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