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

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Simon and Schuster, Oct 15, 2011 - Reference - 352 pages
It's time to start taking toilet time a little more seriously. (Well, as seriously as you can with your pants around your ankles.) What's inside is a digestible re-education in everything you probably learned, but most likely forgot because you have too much crap to remember. Don't worry though; the way the information's presented, the learning won't be too rough.

During every visit, you'll be schooled on five academic subjects: History, Language Arts, Math, Science, and Foreign Language. Each subject is broken down into topics, with each topic split into six mini-lessons, and finished off with a quick quiz. Think of each restroom trip as a day of middle school crammed into one bathroom break.

Now rather than idle away as you do your business, you'll be treated to a first-class education that finishes when you flush—and picks up again when you sit back down.

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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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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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