Gross News: Gross (but Clean) Stories from Around the World

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Andrews McMeel Publishing, 2006 - Humor - 184 pages
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"Gross News" is a collection of true (and truly nasty) stories that have happened all over the world. This offbeat book oozes with "Ewws" and all the funny, gross news that's fit to print, including:

A lung specialist who instructed his medical patients to boost their immune systems by picking their noses and eating what they find.

A dead whale that was being hauled across a town in Taiwan when it exploded because of a buildup of gases in the mammal's stomach. Cars and pedestrians were soaked by the blast.

A Chinese man the "Guinness Book of Records" once named the "hairiest man" in the world who needed surgery to remove ear hair because it was so thick it blocked his hearing.

Full of creepy crawlers, creatures from the deep, bodily (mal)functions, and more, "Gross News" is the perfect book to share with friends and familyAjust not over dinner!

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The Sander family lives in California. Jennifer Basye Sander is a television producer and coauthor of "Christmas Miracles"; Peter Sander is a business/financial writer and author of "Cities Ranked and Rated"; and children Julian and Jonathan inspired "Gross News"-which is the only news they like to read.

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