10 Ways to Recycle a Corpse: And 100 More Dreadfully Distasteful Lists
Prepare to be even more revolted, flabbergasted, appalled, and completely entertained by this incredible follow-up collection of absolutely true trivia from the author of 5 People Who Died During Sex. Nothing is too insane, too inane, or too sacred for Karl Shaw’s eclectic lists of the world’s very worst.
DID YOU KNOW…
…that according to recent estimates (2010) your body is worth between $10,000-$100,000 on today’s open market—from companies legitimately trading body parts from willing donors to recognized medical facilities?
…that the great plague of Athens in 404, which lead to the defeat of the Athenians in the Peloponnesian War, was probably caused by contaminated cereals?
…that Benjamin Franklin liked to sit stark naked in front of his open windows, calling the practice “taking an air bath”?
…that in the last days of his life, the actor Steve McQueen lived on a diet largely comprised of boiled alligator skin and apricot pits, washed down with urine?
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Review: 10 Ways to Recycle a Corpse: and 100 More Dreadfully Distasteful ListsUser Review - Beth Ording - Goodreads
Some interesting lists; some not so interesting lists. Read full review
Review: 10 Ways to Recycle a Corpse: and 100 More Dreadfully Distasteful ListsUser Review - Nicole Yovanoff - Goodreads
It is the sequel to 5 People Who Died During Sex: And 100 Other Terribly Tastelss Lists. Not as good as the first, but still a lot of fun to read. I prefer the historical stuff to the more current stuff, but this book is found in the Humour section, so I shouldn't complain. Read full review
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