365 Stupidest Things Ever Said Page-A-Day® Calendar 2025

A Daily Dose of Ignorance, Political Doublespeak, Jaw-Dropping Stupidity, and More

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By Workman Calendars

By Ross Petras

By Kathryn Petras

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$17.99

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$23.99 CAD

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Calendar $17.99 $23.99 CAD

 Baffling gaffes and fantastic fumbles
 Yup, they really said that! This daily dose of absurdly asinine articulations will have you truly SMH and ROTFL. Truth-challenged politicians (“I never claimed to be Jewish. I said I was ‘Jew-ish.’” —Rep. George Santos). Pointless 911 calls (“How do I delete a voice mail from my phone?”). What not to say in court (“When we robbed that gas station, was I there?” —defendant, acting as his own defense attorney, questioning his codefendant). Plus, the dumbest questions asked of Disney employees (“Is Mickey Mouse a cat or a dog?”) and hilarious headlines (KNIFE CRIME SOARS TO RECORD LEVEL AS POLICE CHIEFS BLAME CUTS—Daily Telegraph headline).
 

Printed on responsibly sourced paper and 100% recyclable.


 

On Sale
Aug 6, 2024
Page Count
640 pages
ISBN-13
9781523525263

Workman Calendars

About the Author

Rob Battles is Senior Vice President of Creative Services for Rainbow, a cable network company.

Harry Prichett is a former member of Chicago City Limits and the creator of the off-off-Broadway one-man show, Work=Pain=Success.

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Ross Petras

Ross Petras

About the Author

Ross Petras is an author and quote connoisseur who, along with his sister, Kathryn Petras, has published numerous quote collections including Age Doesn’tMatter Unless You’re a Cheese. The Petras's calendar, The 365 Stupidest Things Ever Said, has sold over 4.6 million copies. Ross lives with his family in Toronto.


Kathryn Petras is an author and quote connoisseur who, along with her brother, Ross Petras, has published numerous quote collections including Age Doesn’t Matter Unless You’re a Cheese. The Petras's calendar, The 365 Stupidest Things Ever Said, has sold over 4.6 million copies. Kathryn lives with her family in Seattle.

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