Humour Business Books

Eric's Big Book of Military Jokes (Eric's Big Books 11)

Eric Duck wants YOU to join in on the Military humor! See the world, meet interesting people, then kill them!

Whether it's army, navy, air force or marines, all branches of the military have been covered in this dirty, outrageous, hilarious book. Get your ass out of the trenches and dig into the barrage that takes shots at anyone and everyone. Lock n' load and give em hell, soldier!

Here are some of the best:

Why do women make better soldiers?

Because they can bleed for a week and not die.

During the Vietnam War, a Lieutenant asked a Marine why he was falling back during a really fierce battle. "Didn't you hear me say that we're outnumbered 4 to 1?"

"Well," the Marine shrugged, "I got MY four, sir."

What's the difference between a fighter pilot and a jet engine?

A jet engine stops whining when the plane shuts down.

Want more? Be sure to check out Eric's other books for further humour and life hacks.

My Life in Middle Management

Harold Schmedlap was a suit for twenty years. Based on actual events, Harold has assembled a collection of hilarious stories about his life as a middle manager including, Middle Management 101, Business Travel Sucks, I am a People Person, and The Rabid Fundraisers. Clawing his way to upper middle management, Harold used a complicated mixture of hard work, common sense, education, perseverance, dumb luck, brown nosing, recycled PowerPoint presentations, lukewarm black coffee, gigantic blueberry muffins, and way too many frequent flyer miles to become relatively successful. Harold is not a self-proclaimed business guru with seven habits that will make you a better manager or a strategy to help you organize your time. This book is a group of funny stories about real life around the office. Nothing more. But a large hunk of this material will probably be very familiar to you. Harold Schmedlap lives in Northern Virginia with his wife, Denise, and two sons, Jason and Mike. He graduated with a BS in Marketing from Virginia Tech and received a MS in Information Systems from Marymount University. An award-winning author, Harold has appeared on FOX & Friends on the FOX News Channel and has appeared on many nationally syndicated radio shows.

Amazing Moments in the Lives of Stewardesses: A Unique Collection of Real Life Pictures

You'll be moved by the vivid emotions pictured here. You'll see the tears and smiles of stewardesses in various settings: falling asleep from exhaustion at their workplace, putting out fires, quieting passengers suffering from unrequited love, swimming in ice-cold water, reading love notes from their admirers on their laptops during a short rest between flights. . .

The stewardesses in this book are the kindest, the most sympathetic and with the best sense of humor. This book has everything!

It was not easy to compile. Working on this book, the authors visited dozens of cities, spent a lot of sleepless nights in airports.

It would have been much easier to just take a bunch of shots of models wearing stewardess uniforms and digitally enhance them. But then it wouldn't have been a collection of REAL emotions, snapshots of amazing moments "in the sky"! This is why there are no models here, only real stewardesses.

Work Wife Balance

'This is well-written, very funny and I raced through it, occasionally squealing in horror at the antics of Kate's colleagues. It's also a joy to read about a strong woman with a big job and fiery opinions, a nice antidote to the sugary sweet sort of chick lit.' DAILY MAIL. Kate King is furiously flailing to keep afloat. As her team bicker, finger-point and cheat their way through rumours of sackings and site closures, her ill-tempered husband is becoming increasingly embittered and secretive. Kate knows she must address his petulant question: "Surely there's more to life than this?" but all her energies are required to dodge the corporate bullets constantly fired in her direction. Under pressure from an attractive, younger colleague, Kate is also concerned by her sudden invisibility to the opposite sex and the alarming appearance of back fat. Disturbingly, beige knitwear has started to call to her from the shelves of M&S. Growing more and more suspicious of her husband's activities, pressure builds on Kate both at work and at home until her turbulent year reaches its climactic end. Can she continue to balance precariously between work and marriage, or is one end of the scales going to hit the ground with a resounding thud?

Foggy's Blog

A Very Foggy Christmas

I am Morten Astley Fogarty - insurance complaint handler, part-time barista and all-round entertainer. My career at the Perypils call centre has really taken off since my colleagues all voted for me to leave the team and transfer to complaints; I was chuffed to bits at being chosen! I love helping our customers resolve their concerns and as I've only received three death threats so far, I'm clearly doing something right. On Sundays, I work with an extremely talented Chef, Joe, who trained under the calming influence of Gordon Ramsay. Joe's party-trick is to hurl his bread knife through the kitchen hatch towards my head. He always deliberately misses, of course; we do have such fun! My girlfriend, Myra, is a wonderful actress and our director has tried her in lots of different positions. I know Myra is desperate to secure a leading part in our Christmas production, The Wizard of Oz and she has been scouring eBay for ruby slippers, size 9. Let's hope she can continue to satisfy the director!