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Bizarre Books You Won't Believe Actually Exist

When bibliophiles go out looking for a new book to add to their collection they tend to skip the gimmicky covers and go for titles/authors they know, or those which have been recommended to them.

But there's one slightly gimmicky book out there which needs no recommendation and yet is likely to be recommended by all after being purchased- How To Talk To Your Cat About Gun Safety.

Zachary Auburn's hilarious spoof scored high ratings from both gun nuts and cat nuts:

Promising review: “I decided to order this because my cat was out of control; promiscuous, a gun nut, and using the internet unsafely. I read her this book over the course of a month, and did some activities. I now have a well adjusted, polite, safe cat who enjoys life the way it was meant to be. Thank you.” —Amazon Customer

How To Survive A Garden Gnome Attack is another must read book if you live in an area heavily populated by garden gnomes, because knowledge is power and power is safety...or something like that.

But enough with the comedy, let's get serious about the mental benefits of reading books- books teach us stuff, and this knowledge can help us master new skills and even start a new career.

Or you can buy How To Be A Drug Dealer by author 673126 and learn how to start a career in crime from a very reputable and proud source who has a knack for encouraging people to commit felonies.

See 23 Irresistibly Weird Books You Won't Believe Actually Exist here

I've actually read the one about shopping carts, which I came across at the local library. And the drug-dealer book reminds me of the late and still much lamented Loompanics book catalogue.
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