The book began with this fantastic anecdote from Anne and is indeed the foundation on which this great work is based. We’ve been compiling this book for some time and have taken contributions from all over the world from
This is one I shared with a friend. This one is particular banal. I hope you like it. I wanted some Haloumi and was going to go to Co-op, but instead I went to the Turkish shop to see if it was cheaper.
The Shambush! Coffee Table Book of Shit Stories – Declan and the Functionality of Contemporary Cashpoints
So, this is a tricky entry to The Shambush! Coffee Table Book of Shit Stories, as there are three voices contributing to one, quite self aware Shit Story. You’ll see what we mean as we continue. For reasons of simplicity
Shambush! would like to apologise for any harm done due to the incorrect telling of Rachel’s soup story. We were sad to learn that certain important facts had been omitted or incorrectly relayed to you, our wonderful readers. So extreme
I got up late on a Sunday and wondered what to do. Thought I might write a Shambush! blog post, but then I did some washing up instead.
It’s a common known fact, or maybe a fact known to me and a few others, that everyone has a story about soup. Soup stories provide ample fodder for the The Coffee Table Book of Shit Stories, in fact Shambush!
It’s important to note that this story has been repeated a number of times to this author via the medium of the telephone, internet and also in person. I’d like to tell you that this tale improves on its second
There is an air of mystery around this next instalment of The Shambush! Coffee Table Book of Shit Stories as we are missing certain critical elements of the story, for example, did Michael go to the pub specifically to buy
So in case you were worrying that the trivial trilogy of Anne’s brother’s pans had reached it’s almost certainly necessary conclusion we can happily tell you that it certainly has not…
I’m afraid I’m going to have to right this. That’s not exactly what happened. I’ve been having sleepless nights thinking about the inconsistencies in the recounting of this momentous occasion of the mundane. Conspiracy theorists, read on.
Hold Tight – Shambush! are proud to announce we will be committing our greatest works to print. This collaborative work will be available to view on a regular basis upon this very site.