Atomic Wedgies, Wet Willies, and Other Acts of Roguery

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Santa Monica Press, 2005 - Humor - 128 pages
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This authoritative guide to those annoying and embarrassing tricks everyone grows up with (and maybe never outgrow) provides "sage" advice for the young and the young at heart. Arranged in encyclopedic format, each of the more than 50 entries includes a formal definition of the prank, followed by tips for execution and countermeasures. Illustrations document the best technique for affixing a "kick me" sign to someone's back, or how to wriggle out of a noogie-giver's clutches. A ranking system places each act on a scale of 1 to 10 for its degree of pain, embarrassment, annoyance, and degree of difficulty. Other fun and irritating tricks include the Burp ’n' Blow, the Rat Tail, the Eskimo Hook, and the Marker ’Stache.

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Greg Tananbaum is president of the Berkeley Electronic Press, a publisher of online scholarly journals. Dan Martin is vice president of Homegain, an online realty portal. They both reside in the San Francisco Bay Area with their respective families, where they aspire to be "Wedgie Kings.

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