Conspiracy Theories & Secret Societies for Dummies Makes Prestigious List
Cheese Problems Solved – P.L.H. McSweeney
The Big Book of Lesbian Horse Stories – Alisa Surkis
The Potatoes of Bolivia – J.G. Hawkes
How to Avoid Huge Ships – John W. Trimmer
Reusing Old Graves – Douglas Davies
Walled Up Nuns & Nuns Walled In – Lancelot Holland
Bombproof Your Horse – Jack Pelicano
Harnessing the Earthworm – Thomas J. Barrett
People Who Don’t Know they’re Dead – Gary Leon Hill
How Green Were the Nazis? – Franz-Josef Bruggemeier
Old Tractors and the Men Who Love Them – Roger Welsch
Weeds in a Changing World – C.H. Stirton
Across Europe by Kangaroo – Joseph Barry
Drilling a Straight Hole – Nancy Janicek
Greek Rural Postmen and their Cancellation Numbers – (author not listed, perhaps for good reason)
How to Read a Book – Mortimer J. Adler
How to Write a How to Write Book – Brian Puddock
The Stray Shopping Carts of Eastern North America – Julian Montague
Conspiracy Theories & Secret Societies for Dummies – Christopher Hodapp and Alice VonKannon
And their choice top choice for the funniest title:
Cooking with Pooh.
The gutless authors of Cooking With Pooh are hiding behind a corporate name of "Mouse Works," as well they should, so I think they should be disqualified. But it's nice to come in second for something.
Personally, I have to object and say that Conspiracy Theories & Secret Societies for Dummies is nowhere as chucklesome for a title as The Complete Idiot’s Guide To The Kennedys by Steven Strauss.
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