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FILL ‘ER UP Garfield believes in living life to the fullest. No easy task for a cat with a bottomless stomach. In this latest collection of comics, the fat cat with the legendary appetite treats himself to seconds, thirds, fourths, and fifths and proves that anything worth eating is worth overeating.
The milestone 50th GARFIELD compilation book! The fat cat returns for his 50th book—a brand-new collection of hilarious strips, featuring Jon, Odie, and all the famous characters in the world of the one-and-only Garfield. From the Trade Paperback edition.
Sugar Shock! Forget the prize, GARFIELD has his eyes on the pies . . . and the cakes . . . and the donuts. As the fat cat himself says, “Never underestimate the positive power of pastries.” Fans hungry for laughs will find this latest confection the perfect treat to satisfy their comic cravings.
It Is a Good Idea to Purchase This Book If you think a neti pot for that stuffy nose is just what the doctor ordered, think again (choking on salt water and mucus is a horrible way to go). If you indulge your midlife crisis by going whole-hog Harley, you may look darn good in those leathers (but imagine your disgrace when that hard-core biker gang that lures you into their criminal shenanigans turns out to be poseur frat boys from Yale). If you settle down on a rainy night for a friendly game of Risk with your pals, you may think it's all in the name of good fun (but when your ubercompetitive streak kicks in and you end up winning the game but losing your house, your job, and your wife in the process, you may regret it. At least take a shower now.). These are just three of the good ideas gone horribly wrong that you'll find in It Seemed Like a Good Idea . . . . In this one-of-a-kind cautionary guide, prognosticators Meghan Rowland and Chris Turner-Neal have looked into their crystal ball to predict all the unexpected dire consequences of your actions—one unmitigated disaster at a time. So go ahead, dare to dream big—but before you leap into the abyss, check out It Seemed Like a Good Idea . . . and save your future ass.
At Ypsilanti State Hospital in 1959, the social psychologist Milton Rokeach brought together three paranoid schizophrenics. The men had one thing in common: each believed himself to be Jesus Christ. Their meeting and the two years they spent in one another's company serves as the basis for an investigation into the nature of human identity, belief, and delusion.
Collects comic strips featuring the Peanuts character Pigpen.

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