Games on Thrones

Games on Thrones : 100 things to do on the loo

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The Porcelain Throne, set at the heart of the smallest room and witness to our dark business, can also be the seat of reflection and self-improvement. With that aim, this book contains more than one hundred dilatory games, tricks, puzzles, projects and pranks.

Learn to make toilet roll tube gargoyles and an origami dragon, gain deep knowledge of toilet roll telekinesis, and discover the secret of the vanishing toothbrush trick. Many more amusing diversions and exciting challenges jostle for your attention to see you through those long bathroom visits.
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Product details

  • Hardback | 96 pages
  • 144 x 170 x 16mm | 280g
  • Hamlyn
  • London, United Kingdom
  • English
  • Two colour artworks
  • 0600632903
  • 9780600632900
  • 75,774

Table of contents

1: Origami dragon
2: Prince of princess?
3: Poisoned pies
4: Coat of arms
5: Bathroom tiles
6: Matchsticks & toilet roll
7: Three privies
8: Make a musket from a balloon & a toilet roll tube
9: Three moral conundrums
10: Desert island
11: Toilet haiku
12: Loyalty quiz
13: Three slaves bet
14: Burning island
15: Guinevere's grandmother
16: Doodle your own cistern sigil
17: Seven arrows
18: How long is this jousting tilt?
19: How many drops of wine?
20: Make your own bathroom skittles
21: Pimp my throne
22: Make a badass crown from toilet paper rolls
23: Tyrant quiz
24: Three moral conundrums
25: Toilet roll tube statement jewellery
26: Make a house banner
27: Bathroom tiles II
28: Walking on water
29: Weighing bears
30: Circle of skulls
31: Unbreakable toilet paper trick
32: Soap sculpture
33: Toilet roll telekinesis trick
34: Exercises for effective eliminations
35: Winter-summer quiz
36: Toilet roll tube snowflakes
37: Poo-jitsu - how to fend off attack while on the throne
38: Bowl reading
39: Boat ladder
40: Bullion heist
41: King or queen?
42: Climb through a toilet roll tube
43: Impossible toilet roll tube trick
44: Make toilet paper dreadlocks
45: Three toilet roll pranks
46: Toilet paper doodling
47: Raven dividers
48: Axe men duo
49: Doublet puzzles
50: Custard cream & toothpaste prank
51: Baby oil toilet seat
52: Seven paradoxes
53: Conquering the world
54: Border crossing smuggler
55: Make an owl caller from a toilet roll tube
56: Improvement noun grid
57: Who? What? When? Where? Why? How?
58: Make a wedding rice shooter from a toilet roll tube
59: Ten cool uses for a bar of soap
60: Boolean logic puzzles
61: Winter is coming
62: Murder in the desert
63: The inheritance race
64: Make a toilet roll tube crossbow
65: Tie a rope around the world
66: Throne wars
67: Drop a toilet roll, amaze your friends, confound your enemies
68: Leave a toilet roll bow
69: Bath sponge balls trick
70: Make toilet roll tube gargoyles
71: Royal box
72: Seven warriors
73: Ravine teaser
74: The missing sword
75: Toilet paper sabotage
76: Square shield
77: What are the next two numbers in the sequence?
78: Make ivory soap meringue
79: Six soap cubes
80: Lion and the unicorn
81: Cheap lodging
82: Prince Rupert's cube
83: Make a toilet paper rose
84: Confucius say
85: Knight boots
86: Four doors
87: Vanishing toothbrush trick
88: Make chain mail with pop tabs
89: Levitate a sheet of toilet paper
90: L-shaped inheritance
91: Falconry puzzle
92: Missing fish
93: Condemned to death
94: Would you rather?
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About Michael Powell

Michael grew up in North Wales. After reading English Language and Literature at Manchester University, he trained at The Royal Academy of Dramatic Art and enjoyed five years as an internationally unknown professional actor and musical director. He followed this with five years in publishing before becoming a bestselling author of popular non-fiction, gift books and humour for adults and children. Currently he has over eighty titles in print, published by a wide range of industry-leaders, on topics as diverse as world history, quirky science, international etiquette and self development to dream interpretation, brain boosting and virulent diseases. He lives on the Somerset Levels with his wife, two teenagers and a Golden Retriever called Doug.
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