Boredom: A Lively History by Professor Peter Toohey
The Upside of Downtime: Why Boredom Is Good by Sandi Mann
How to Be Bored by Eva Hoffman
Norwegian Wood: Chopping, Stacking, and Drying Wood the Scandinavian Way by Lars Mytting
Dull Men of Great Britain: Celebrating the Ordinary by Leland Carlson
Dull Men’s Club things
“Certified Dull” certificate from the Dull Men’s Club — order here (it’s free): email@example.com
Cap, T-shirt, coffee mug — order here (not free — reasonably priced): dullmensclub.com/dull-mens-shop/
I am a bit concerned about the variability of your use of spelling concerning Duct Tape. How can you be taken seriously when you describe an event as the Duck tape Festival, when you mean Duct tape? Seriously, you are dealing with Americans and we already know how confusing the real world is for them.
We need to add something to that post — “duck” or “duct” tape, which is it? A topic for lively discussions by dull men.
I think the proper word is “duct,” that it’s called “duck” for the festival as that’s the name of the company in Akron.