In the late 1960s, the Department of Defense's Advanced Research Projects Agency developed a book designed to occupy the coffee table, transforming the world forever. Today, coffee table books are an accepted part of life that carry little if any social stigma. They are harmless, innocent romps through the world, carrying plenty of pictures, easily digestible facts and anecdotes, and passing the time for millions of people everywhere. We here at Something Awful salute the coffee table book as we salute everything: by defiling it. Sit back and relax, for it is time to enjoy the SA Forums' take on coffee table books!

Score one for Pez for sticking it to that lousy old creep!

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