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MCM Stark Backpack Medium
S$ 1,070.30
Bobobobo
MCM(Modern Creation München) founded in 1976 in Munich, Germany was considered the home of the global jet-set. Since then, they have continued to inspire the glamorous, rebellious and innovative spirit of MCM to the present day. MCM prides itself on using the finest quality leathers and materials now designed and manufactured in Italy, Germany, and Korea. MCM’s craft is rooted in its heritage of excellence in luggage, manufacturing superior quality bags and accessories that are stylish, functional and innovative in both material and design. A luxe backpack in visetos coated canvas offers unique utility. Roomy with an interior laptop holder, front zip compartment, top zip closure and beautiful faux Nappa lining. - Front zip compartment - Inner laptop pocket - Top zip closure - Shiny gold hardware - Coated canvas - Leather
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MCM Claus Reversible Belt
S$ 399.70
Bobobobo
MCM(Modern Creation München) founded in 1976 in Munich, Germany was considered the home of the global jet-set. Since then, they have continued to inspire the glamorous, rebellious and innovative spirit of MCM to the present day. MCM prides itself on using the finest quality leathers and materials now designed and manufactured in Italy, Germany, and Korea. MCM’s craft is rooted in its heritage of excellence in luggage, manufacturing superior quality bags and accessories that are stylish, functional and innovative in both material and design. The Claus belt is a luxurious yet functional take on a wardrobe staple. It features a reversible design crafted with our signature monogrammed coated canvas at one side and solid leather at the other. It's set off with an iconic 'M' buckle that is detachable, allowing the strap to be cut to a customized fit. - Reversible design - Shiny cobalt M buckle - Buckle detaches to cut belt to custom size - Coated Canvas body - Leather trim
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MCM Stark Backpack Medium
S$ 1,327.70
Bobobobo
MCM(Modern Creation München) founded in 1976 in Munich, Germany was considered the home of the global jet-set. Since then, they have continued to inspire the glamorous, rebellious and innovative spirit of MCM to the present day. MCM prides itself on using the finest quality leathers and materials now designed and manufactured in Italy, Germany, and Korea. MCM’s craft is rooted in its heritage of excellence in luggage, manufacturing superior quality bags and accessories that are stylish, functional and innovative in both material and design. We've added edge to an MCM icon with the studded Medium Stark Backpack. Upgraded in Visetos coated canvas with luxurious faux Nappa leather lining, the structured design is adorned with multi-metal studs in our signature 'M' motif. - Adjustable shoulder straps - Mixed stud embellishment - Zip-around closure - Front zipped pocket - Coated canvas - Leather
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MCM Stark Backpack Medium
S$ 1,327.70
Bobobobo
MCM(Modern Creation München) founded in 1976 in Munich, Germany was considered the home of the global jet-set. Since then, they have continued to inspire the glamorous, rebellious and innovative spirit of MCM to the present day. MCM prides itself on using the finest quality leathers and materials now designed and manufactured in Italy, Germany, and Korea. MCM’s craft is rooted in its heritage of excellence in luggage, manufacturing superior quality bags and accessories that are stylish, functional and innovative in both material and design. We've added edge to an MCM icon with the studded Medium Stark Backpack. Upgraded in Visetos coated canvas with luxurious faux Nappa leather lining, the structured design is adorned with multi-metal studs in our signature 'M' motif. - Adjustable shoulder straps - Mixed stud embellishment - Zip-around closure - Front zipped pocket - Coated canvas - Leather
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MCM Claus Bi-Fold Coin Wallet
S$ 271.00
Bobobobo
MCM(Modern Creation München) founded in 1976 in Munich, Germany was considered the home of the global jet-set. Since then, they have continued to inspire the glamorous, rebellious and innovative spirit of MCM to the present day. MCM prides itself on using the finest quality leathers and materials now designed and manufactured in Italy, Germany, and Korea. MCM’s craft is rooted in its heritage of excellence in luggage, manufacturing superior quality bags and accessories that are stylish, functional and innovative in both material and design. MCM(Modern Creation München) founded in 1976 in Munich, Germany was considered the home of the global jet-set. Since then, they have continued to inspire the glamorous, rebellious and innovative spirit of MCM to the present day. MCM prides itself on using the finest quality leathers and materials now designed and manufactured in Italy, Germany, and Korea. MCM’s craft is rooted in its heritage of excellence in luggage, manufacturing superior quality bags and accessories that are stylish, functional and innovative in both material and design. The Claus Bi-fold Coin Wallet is a timeless accessory, lightweight in embossed Visetos monogrammed coated canvas with a soft leather like feel. Designed to organize everyday essentials, it features card slots and coin pouch. - Card holders - Coin pouch - Coated Canvas body - Leather trim
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MCM Man, I Hate Cursive
S$ 12.60 S$ 15.30
Kobo
Jim Benton's first cartoon collection was nominated for an Eisner. This new volume collects more of Jim's most popular strips from Reddit, shining a light on talking animals, relationships, fart jokes, and death. From whimsical to cutting, from gross to poignant, Benton's grasp of the form is on full and hilarious display.
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MCM The Holly Wreath Man
S$ 11.40 S$ 13.90
Kobo
The Holly Wreath Man is a modern Christmas classic. Originally published as a serial in newspapers, this fantastic Christmas story is now collected in the book. Handmade Christmas wreaths used to be a cottage industry in the United States. City dwellers would order them every year to add a touch of the forest to their holiday decorating. Farmers living hand to mouth would make and sell the wreaths every December in order to afford a Christmas of their own. The trade disappeared in the 1970s due to the increasing popularity of imitation evergreen, minimum wage laws, and new fire codes. The Holly Wreath Man evokes this lost craft along with the lost true meaning of Christmas. The story centers on Jeff Henderson, a frenetic executive who is separated from his wife and struggling to be a good father to his two children. When his children run away, he ends up back on the holly farm where he spent his childhood with his mother and grandfather. An injury and a subsequent dream transport him back to the days of helping his family and community make holly wreaths. A snowstorm, runaway children, and his past and present relationships-including a troubled one with his own son-all play a part in this moving tale of rediscovering what is truly important in life.
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MCM The Man Who Loved God
S$ 6.30 S$ 7.00
Kobo
This nineteenth Father Koesler mystery is packed with Kienzle's signature twists and turns, but is different from the previous mysteries. In this story, Father Koesler takes a vacation from his parish and the sleuthing is carried on by his replacement, Father Zachary Tully." -London (Ont.) Free PressFrom William X. Kienzle, the author of the classic mystery, The Rosary Murders."What if he were killed? What if someone killed him? She shuddered. But. it would go a long way to solving her problem. She wondered idly if such a thing could be. arranged?"An unplanned, unwanted pregnancy. The grand opening of a branch bank in a dangerous part of town. A vacation for Father Robert Koesler. Half-brothers who have never met, one a visiting priest, the other a hometown cop. A dinner party with unsuspecting guests. A philanthropic bank president described as a man who love God. And that's just the beginning of the intrigue in William X. Kienzle's nineteenth murder mystery. If you're not familiar with Kienzle's mysteries, his mysteries typically are solved by Father Robert Koesler, who is often called in by the local police to help with cases that involve Catholic motivation and dogma. In The Man Who Loved God, things are different. Father Koesler goes on vacation, leaving his parish and the sleuthing to the visiting Father Zachary Tully. During Koesler's absence, a bank manager is killed in an apparent hold-up. Father Tully, who has come to Detroit to meet the half-brother he never knew he had, Lieutenant Zoo Tully, is drawn into the investigation. As the story unfolds, the possibility is raised that Father Koesler may turn his mantle over to another priest. The plot has twists and turns to keep you guessing. And what about that bank president, the book's namesake, the man who loves God? Well, he's no angel.
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MCM Laser Moose and Rabbit Boy (Laser Moose and Rabbit Boy series, Book 1)
S$ 12.60 S$ 15.30
Kobo
The forest is full of danger. but help is here. Meet Laser Moose and Rabbit Boy, improbable pals who use their powers-laser vision and an unrelenting sense of optimism-to fight the forces of evil. Join the dynamic duo as they battle aliens, a mutant fish-bear, a cyborg porcupine, and a mechanical squirrel, learning along the way that looking on the bright side might be just as powerful as shooting a laser. Get ready for hilarious, action-packed, laser-powered adventures written and drawn by Doug Savage, creator of the popular comic Savage Chickens. This is Savage's first graphic novel.
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MCM If My Dogs Were a Pair of Middle-Aged Men
S$ 6.30 S$ 7.00
Kobo
In If My Dogs Were a Pair of Middle-Aged Men, Matthew Inman imagines, to hilarious effect, what life would be like if his dogs were a couple of old men running around his house. The result is a pitch-perfect gift for any dog owner.
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MCM The G-Man Super Journal: Awesome Origins
S$ 10.60 S$ 12.80
Kobo
When Michael G (yes, "G" is his whole last name, and that's why everyone calls him G-Man) has to keep a journal in Mrs. Rosario's class at school, naturally he writes about his ambition to have superpowers and join the superheroes of his city (like Captain Thunderman) in the fight for justice. After all, his friend Billy Demon just got an awesome winged flying suit and superpowers of his own, and now he's the most popular kid in school! Mikey would just love to have superpowers too, but how will he get them? And if he does get them, what will he do with them? "G-Man is funny! Really, really funny! You know how hard it is to make a funny comic? Believe me, plenty hard! I should probably encourage you to buy a copy, but honestly, I don't need the competition." -Jimmy Gownley, author of Amelia Rules "Giarrusso has a kid-friendly sarcastic wit which will resonate with readers ages 8 and up." -Snow Wildsmith, School Library Journal "G-Man, Chris Giarrusso's awesome all-ages superhero series, is one of the most fun and exciting new properties to come down the pike in ages." -John Hogan, Graphic Novel Reporter
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MCM The Married Man's Mentor
S$ 6.30 S$ 7.00
Kobo
There is no relation of life in which it is more necessary to cultivate a certain faculty of imagination than in marriage. You must accustom yourself to look at things, to a certain extent, from your wife's point of view." -Lucas Lovibond* A reproduction of a rare 19th century volume on marriage for the 2.3 million grooms that tie the knot each year and the five million husbands in the country. Originally written in 1899 and published by Thomas Burleigh in London, a rare edition of the 107-year-old work was procured by literary historian and author Michelle Lovric. This tome has been reproduced with attention to the finer details of its epoch-complete with simulated leather casing and a gilded emboss* A letter relating the history of Lovric's discovery accompanies the title. As Lovric explains, "What appealed to me most was the way in which the book dealt sensitively and directly with areas that are often blind spots for husbands: issues that seem small but which can in fact constitute huge betrayal in the hearts and minds of their wives."* Lovibond writes on topics ranging from "The Honeymoon" and "The Wife's Purse" to "The First Baby" and "Second Marriages." On "The Choice of a Wife": "It is a fatal thing to form an impression at first sight, whether favorable or reverse, and let it run away with you. . The stupidest women are the most dangerous to the marrying man. a lack of ordinary intelligence can never be remedied.
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MCM Claus Reversible Belt
S$ 399.70
Bobobobo
MCM(Modern Creation München) founded in 1976 in Munich, Germany was considered the home of the global jet-set. Since then, they have continued to inspire the glamorous, rebellious and innovative spirit of MCM to the present day. MCM prides itself on using the finest quality leathers and materials now designed and manufactured in Italy, Germany, and Korea. MCM’s craft is rooted in its heritage of excellence in luggage, manufacturing superior quality bags and accessories that are stylish, functional and innovative in both material and design. The Claus belt is a luxurious yet functional take on a wardrobe staple. It features a reversible design crafted with our signature monogrammed coated canvas at one side and solid leather at the other. It's set off with an iconic 'M' buckle that is detachable, allowing the strap to be cut to a customized fit. - Reversible design - Shiny cobalt M buckle - Buckle detaches to cut belt to custom size - Coated Canvas body - Leather trim
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MCM Man v. Liver
S$ 6.30 S$ 7.00
Kobo
Meet Man: He's witty, carefree, and probably not sober. He's Dean Martin meets Jack Benny, Don Draper, and Jack Donaghy. He imparts upon readers his clever, unabashed musings of romance, party culture, and bachelorhood. The life of the party, the collected contemplations in Man v. Liver will amuse and inform aspiring connoisseurs of class. In Man v. Liver, Man expels his alcohol-fueled wisdom to all who yearn to encapsulate themselves in a life of forgotten nights and fine tailored suits-which, as he will tell you, are handy to sleep in if you wish to be the best dressed at breakfast. Man v. Liver is a collection of witty musings accompanied by their creator: a roughly sketched, style-conscious bachelor who's never short on quips aimed at fellow party guests, dates, and, of course, his beloved liver.
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MCM Down, Boy!
S$ 3.20
Kobo
Down, Boy! is a tongue-in-cheek guide to breaking in a new boyfriend. It's a comprehensive manual that covers the finer points of finding a boyfriend (for example, the "rescue" from an entirely inappropriate woman); the major boyfriend groups and breeds (sporting, hound, working, terrier, toy); how to identify them and choose the one that best fits your needs and lifestyle; and guidelines for first dates and bonding with a new boyfriend. Also explored in depth are the types of training: behavior (Pavlovian and Skinnerian), obedience, and activity; rewards and punishments; establishing communication, including basic commands as well as nonverbal cues; exercise, feeding, and grooming of the boyfriend; and determining when he's ready to go "off-leash," with tips for taking him out. Down, Boy! is funny, hip, and content-rich. Enhanced with quizzes, charts, FAQs, and (fictitious) advice from Elizabeth Taylor (the only woman known to have married a man from each breed), it's a lively read and even includes some solid, practical advice for starting and maintaining a romantic relationship. Give Down, Boy! prominent space in your humor, self-help, or relationship section, and it's sure to attract attention.
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MCM Men Should Never . . .
S$ 3.20
Kobo
Being a man isn't all that easy. Men can make some pretty heinous errors, but Men Should Never. is sure to set them straight. Let's face it-with the constantly changing ideas of manly perfection, men today need all the help they can get. When left to their own defenses, they strike out in fashion, food, and even speaking. At a time when competition for women's affection and approval is at its peak, what's a man to do? Men Should Never. authors Clare Woodcock and Helena Owen offer plenty of "what-not-to-do's" to enlighten disoriented men everywhere. For example, men should never * Wear tassels, anywhere * Press flowers to make their own greeting cards * Wear bulky sweaters tucked into belted jeans * Have visible nose hairs * Wear socks with sandals Filled with snappy faux pas, Men Should Never. is a witty satire on the life and behavior of men at their worst.
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MCM How to Tell a Man by His Shoes
S$ 6.30 S$ 7.00
Kobo
Never before have men's shoes achieved such importance - yet women have been overlooking this most important personality determinant, says author Kathryn Eisman. Offering this book as a guide to understanding men from the ground up, Eisman reveals the secrets of male footwear. The Timberland Boat Shoe Man, for example, values quality above all else and is the first to embark on an adventure. The Brogues Man is used to getting what he wants and likes his women ultra-feminine with the softness and gentleness he sometimes lacks. The Italian Loafer Man has an appreciation for sensual pleasures and appreciates women who can move effortlessly between passion and aloofness. Eisman summarizes each type with a humorous pro and con that helps readers make quick decisions about potential relationships. It's a hilarious book that's sure to be the perfect gift for women, whether they are single or married.
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MCM I Love You, Man . . . but Not Like That
S$ 11.40 S$ 13.90
Kobo
Male friendships are special bonds, but no guy wants to admit that. I Love You Man. but Not Like That is a hilarious way to say, I love you maaaan, without sacrificing any testosterone. Two rules of guydom: Don't share feelings with your buddies, and never compliment a pal without insulting him at the same time. I Love You Man. but Not Like That is a humorous collection of sentiments about male friendships that convey everything beer-drinking, sports-loving, macho men may want to say but never will. Most men figure, why share brotherly love when all you really want is for your buddy to share his beer? Its tongue-in-cheek, mock-heartfelt sayings are written the way men really talk. Some man-to-man expressions of friendship:* Sure our friendship has passed the test of time, but could it ever pass a Breathalyzer? I often think about how much we've gone through together over the years. and the fact that most of it was your fault* I have to tell you, you've touched me. seriously. We were both really drunk, but I have a vague recollection of you touching me. Witty, emotionally distant, and universal to male friendships, I Love You Man. but Not Like That is something every man should give his buddy-if the big loser deserves it.
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MCM Men At Work
S$ 6.30 S$ 7.00
Kobo
Men at Work showcases dozens of original full-color photos based on the popular websites There, I Fixed It and Fail Blog, two of the most trafficked Cheezburger sites. From precarious ladder placement and jungle gym scaffolding to questionable balancing of two-ton mechanical equipment, Men at Work dares to offer a possible reason for why women live longer than men. Picture after picture offers valid explanation as to why this life span gender bias exists. It seems that whether they are washing windows, paving roads, or attending to questionable DIY repairs at home, men at work tend to balance risk with reward. If the ladder isn't tall enough, turn it into a scaffold by using a picnic table as the base and then add some plywood, along with a concrete cinder block and paint can - voilà, problem solved. Or, if that 50-story skyscraper lacks a window ledge, create one yourself with a carefully placed 2 x 4. This rollicking collection offers dozens of full color photographs that illustrate the notion that to live longer, perhaps men just need to work a tad bit smarter.
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MCM Yoga for Men: A Workout for the Body, Mind, and Spirit
S$ 12.00 S$ 15.00
Kobo
From the moment the alarm clock sounds to the time his head hits the pillow again, the typical man experiences dozens of stressful events every day. Whether it's tight finances, employment insecurity, challenging family issues, or all of the above, the majority of men fail to cope with such stress in a healthy way. Yoga for Men equips men with the yoga know-how to improve their physical, mental, and spiritual health. An increasing number of men are tapping into the power yoga can release within them. Yoga for Men homes in on yoga techniques that address issues of specific concern to today's males, including reducing the risk of prostate cancer, decreasing daily tension, increasing sexual performance, improving metabolism, and enhancing flexibility and muscle mass. Using a plain-English, straightforward approach, author Bruce Van Horne walks male readers through yoga tips that will help them get into better shape, release fears that are blocking personal goals, and enjoy life more fully
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MCM Men's Stark Sling Backpack, One Size/ship from south Korea -intl
S$ 1,220.30 S$ 1,353.70
Lazada
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MCM Call No Man Father
S$ 6.30 S$ 7.00
Kobo
Kienzle has written another supremely intelligent puzzler featuring his perceptive priest, Father Robert Koesler, and bolstered by a strong cast of engaging supporting characters." -Booklist"Father Koesler is on the case, thank God." -Baltimore SunFrom William X. Kienzle, author of the classic mystery, The Rosary Murders.A visit from the pope is cause for celebration for most members of the Catholic community, but for those charged with ensuring his safety, it can be a security nightmare. And when His Holiness schedules a trip to Detroit, the police find themselves in over their heads even before his plane touches down. In Call No Man Father, the seventeenth Father Koesler mystery from William X. Kienzle, the Detroit police learn that a figure as prominent as the pope can be at risk from all sorts of unexpected directions. Some Catholics fear that he will declare his controversial stand on birth control infallible, and are prepared to take extreme measures to stop him. A suburban gang that considers murder a status symbol sees the pope as the ultimate mark. And one renegade newspaper reporter, looking to salvage his career with the story of a lifetime, may be willing to manufacture that story himself. Naturally, venerable Father Koesler finds himself in the thick of things. As preparations for the papal visit transpire, he becomes a pawn in Church political games. At the same time, he is a key source of information in the police security efforts.
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MCM If You Give a Man a Cookie
S$ 12.60 S$ 15.30
Kobo
If you give a man a cookie. he's going to want milk to go with it. God forbid he should get it himself. If You Give a Man a Cookie is a woman's commentary about her helpless man and the chain of events that leads him on a journey from the bed to the bathroom to the couch and back to bed at nightfall.
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MCM Stark Backpack Medium
S$ 1,327.70
Bobobobo
MCM(Modern Creation München) founded in 1976 in Munich, Germany was considered the home of the global jet-set. Since then, they have continued to inspire the glamorous, rebellious and innovative spirit of MCM to the present day. MCM prides itself on using the finest quality leathers and materials now designed and manufactured in Italy, Germany, and Korea. MCM’s craft is rooted in its heritage of excellence in luggage, manufacturing superior quality bags and accessories that are stylish, functional and innovative in both material and design. We've added edge to an MCM icon with the studded Medium Stark Backpack. Upgraded in Visetos coated canvas with luxurious faux Nappa leather lining, the structured design is adorned with multi-metal studs in our signature 'M' motif. - Adjustable shoulder straps - Mixed stud embellishment - Zip-around closure - Front zipped pocket - Coated canvas - Leather
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