Throw a Tomato: And 151 Other Ways to be Mean and Nasty

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C. N. Potter, 1979 - American wit and humor, Pictorial. - 92 pages
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More than one hundred wacky ways to be assertive and avenge yourself include throwing bugs on pedestrians, taking up two parking spots, leaving a ring in the bathtub, and humming in a crowded elevator

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An all time favorite of mine, from back in simpler days when being mean could be naughty yet fun.

About the author (1979)

Jim Erskine is a humorist and writer who has published more than a dozen children's and humor books in more than fifteen years. He holds a degree in folklore from Western Kentucky University, owns his own greeting card company, and has had artwork published in Cosmopolitan, Campus Life, and other national publications. Erskine also shares the honor of being the founding member of the Kentucky-based Ugly Necktie Society of America.

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