Cheezburger Network may be the master of online comedy snippets, surprises and hijinks. But the Seattle Internet company, which just landed $30 million in fresh capital, has made some pretty nice coin off the low-tech book publishing business. (Jesse Jackson Jr. would be proud). And now, here comes Cheezburger’s latest title, dubbed “There I Fixed It (No, You Didn’t).” The $14.99 book, which is being released today, features more than 200 color images of “DIY disasters and ill-fated quick fixes.”

The company has released other book titles in the past, but mainly tied to Cheezburger’s LOLcat empire.

If you are not familiar with the Web site, here’s a sample of what you’ll find. Makes me a bit terrified just looking at it.

Comments

  • Guest

    Congratulations to Cheezburger network on this new release! D.I.Y. is a disastrous pursuit, which is why I speak for all moneyed men when I say I hire qualified workers to improve my properties.

  • Anonymous

    Nice. There, I Fixed It is one of the more enjoyable Cheezburger sites.

    On a related note, this seems like a relevant place to share this video I shot a couple months ago at a home for sale in Everett.

    http://youtu.be/XKZUFu97vus?hd=1

    • http://www.duncanhaley.com John Haley

      looks like Cheezburger material to me. at least the extension cord was painted over going around the door jam. looks nicer that way.

      • johnhcook

        Hilarious video, but may be too long for the quick bursts of fun on Cheezburger. Thanks for sharing it. (I could see myself rigging something like that up).

    • Guest

      Nice vid! I think it would be a fine addition to the DIY Disasters companion DVD.

    • Anonymous

      What’s wrong with it? He used good quantities of electrical tape, that’s all that counts, right?

      Hilarious – I especially like the part where it passes through the bushes along the fence. “I’m just going to trim some of these bushe…..FFFZZZZZZTTTTTT!

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