A Ton of Crap: The Bathroom Book That's Filled to the Brim with Knowledge

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F+W Media, Oct 15, 2011 - Reference - 352 pages
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If Uncle John went to college, he would've learned "A Ton of Crap". This new addition to the bathroom library takes the reader's toilet time very seriously. Well, as seriously as one can when their pants are around their ankles. Rather than idle away as they do their business, readers are treated to a first-class education that finishes when they flush - and picks back up again when they sit back down. Each spread includes five little nuggets in different academic subjects that lead to larger lessons learned over six sittings and tested on the seventh so something new is learned every week. (Since the average person visits the bathroom once a day - for more than just a pee-break). Now readers leave the bathroom a little lighter and a little more enlightened.

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User Review  - ragwaine - LibraryThing

The only problem I have with this book is that he didn't say goodbye at the end. I've been living with this book for about 8 months and then it just ended. I felt like I had woken up in the morning ... Read full review

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About the author (2011)

Paul Kleinman learned a ton of crap from the University of Wisconsin. He now expands his knowledge base as a freelance writer, researching and writing about a ton of different crap every day.

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