Have you ever wished you could spend more time filling in forms, completing documents and submitting applications? Now you can, with Forms - a collection of paperwork you can fill in at home, on your lunch break or even in the bathroom.
Forms covers a wide range of situations, from selling your soul (for cash or services), building a nuclear reactor in your back garden, conducting a séance-by-mail or registering as a pro wrestler.
Every page is a different form for you to complete – front and back – with questions thoughtfully crafted by expert bureaucrats. Each form takes a special situation and asks you to fill in the pertinent details, such as who you would like to put a curse on (Quick and Easy Voodoo) or what you would say while dispatching an enemy agent (Provisional Licence to Kill).
You can also apply for things you didn’t even know you needed, such as Permission to Create a Scene, becoming a Nuisance Neighbour or the little known (but very useful) Shirk Permit.
You don’t need to send off these forms or include photocopied documentation. Filling them in will prove to be the most fun you’ve ever had with red tape. What’s more, you might be surprised what you learn about yourself.
With 30 unique pieces of paperwork in total, this omnibus edition is the perfect gift for any aspiring bureaucrat.
Forms is the realisation of a long-held dream - to publish a book that the readers write themselves. As it turns out, carefully laying out tick boxes and blank spaces is quite a lot of work and therefore the author isn’t as lazy as it might first appear.