This impolite, aromatic, and incredibly erudite flatulence compendium will astound you with the following:
- The recent discovery of the world’s oldest joke, a proverb from the Old Babylonian period, that turned out to be, that’s right, folks, a fart joke.
- A new reading of Emily Dickinson’s poetry that “reveals” the true meaning behind “They Have a Little Odor.”
- A harrowing account of Apollo astronauts getting inner-space gas from hydrogen bubbles in their drinking water on their way to the moon.
- The other Tiger Woods scandal; This one involving a mysterious cheek-squeak recorded while Tiger sized up an approach shot at the 2009 Buick Open.
- A scientist who built the world’s biggest whoopee cushion and lived to tell about it.
...along with many more wacky but true tales from a true fart historian. In this book, you’ll experience firsthand the Jungian implications of farting, the environmental import of “flatulence cards” in the carbon-offset market, and the brutally honest social commentary of a man whose office chair broadcasts his farts on Twitter. After reading this book you’ll proudly proclaim, “I fart, therefore I am.”
- 192 pages
- Paperback book
- By Jim Dawson
5.53"W x 7.48"H x 0.52"D