CHICAGO, Feb. 2, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- It's like "Candid Camera" in a book. Whether it is being used at a dinner party, at the office, or for overnight guests, Gary Gotberg and Jack Marino's utterly ridiculous collection of "How To" and "Self Help" prank book covers is sure to add a good deal of laughter, surprise, and fun to the mix.
Most books have only one cover, but this book has 93 covers, any one of which can be used to set-up and surprise a friend, relative, co-worker, neighbor, or total stranger. Each of the awkward book covers can easily be flipped to the front of the book, allowing your social events to become your opportunities to have a lot more fun.
While some of the book titles are downright off-the-wall silly, this is definitely not your typical juvenile prank humor. Most of the colorful book titles use a wonderfully playful and subtle humor. You'll find yourself laughing at the truth that lies not too far under the surface of each of these awkward titles. And of course, the "can't-catch-your-breath" laughter happens when you see the surprised reaction of an unsuspecting friend.
Responses from customers have been very positive.
"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!"
"It's been a long time since I've laughed this hard."
Tease your neighbor by "accidentally" leaving a book on your patio table titled "How to Find Out Everything There Is To Know About Your Neighbor". Imagine your family's reaction at the next gathering when they discover, "Getting Your Fair Share of the Family Inheritance (or Even More!)" sitting on your brother's coffee table. Inconspicuously leave "The Pyramid Scheme: How to Use Friends to Build Your Empire" on your counter, waiting for the surprised glances of your dinner guests. And when you go to your buddy's place to watch the next big game, select the cover "Top Dog: Becoming the Alpha Male" and sneak the book under the bowl of chips where the rest of the guys can find it.
When asked about his reaction to the book's success, Marino responded, "We had no idea what to expect but yes, we are overwhelmed with the positive response to this book."
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