Stump the Duct Tape Guys

Stump the Duct Tape Guys

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The Duct Tape Guys are on a roll. Their six Duct Tape books and many calendars have sold over two million copies, a testament to the universal appeal of duct tape. In Stump the Duct Tape Guys, America's most popular fix-it duo unrolls more inventive and hilarious advice guaranteed to stick to your funny bone.According to Jim and Tim, "If duct tape isn't the answer, then you must be asking the wrong question!" To prove it, they have collected the best and funniest questions and answers from the popular Stump the Duct Tape Guys section of their massive Web site (, where real people submit problems that you wouldn't think could be fixed with duct tape. The Duct Tape Guys put on their thinking caps (made entirely out of duct tape, of course) and come up with solutions that never fail to satisfy, or at least amuse, their audience. From broken toasters to broken hearts, the Duct Tape Guys find a way to show that "It ain't broke, it just lacks duct tape."
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Product details

  • Paperback | 240 pages
  • 101.6 x 147.3 x 22.9mm | 158.76g
  • English
  • Illustrations, unspecified
  • 0740754955
  • 9780740754951

About Jim Berg

Brothers-in-Law Tim Nyberg and Jim Berg are the Duct Tape Guys. Together, they don their Duct Tape apparel and make appearances at home shows, conventions, comedy clubs, and on thousands of radio and television stations throughout North America promoting real and wacky uses for Duct Tape, "The Ultimate Power Tool." Tim Nyberg is a graphic designer and an illustrator who, along with his brother-in-law, Jim Berg, created the enormously popular Duct Tape Book series and more than a decade of best-selling Duct Tape calendars. He appears regularly on North American radio and television shows promoting his creative, offbeat humor books. He lives in Door County, Wisconsin. Online:
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