Kama Pootra: 52 Mind-Blowing Ways to Poop

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Sourcebooks, Inc., May 1, 2010 - Humor - 128 pages
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52 Mind-Blowing Ways to Poop

The only known translation of an ancient manual instructing readers in the art of enlightened bathroom experience, the Kama Pootra offers a thrilling rediscovery of the tiled path to porcelain nirvana.

Willing seekers will find fifty-two progressive positions designed to maximize how you do number two.

Every time the bathroom door closes, a new experience awaits.

 

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Amusing novelty item

User Review  - kateinva - Overstock.com

This is a novelty book and you get what youd expect from such a purchase. There are amusing pictures with silly names. The price was reasonable and the book arrived quickly. Read full review

Not at all what I expected

User Review  - sweetiepie1959 - Overstock.com

The Book Hard Cover is good quality but the internal 52 ways to poop are not at all Mind Blowing Dont Waste your money like I did! Read full review

Contents

Acknowledgments
Introduction
Solo
The Gold Standard
The Thinker
90 Degrees
The Lotus
The Reverse
Foot Massage
Wheelbarrow
The Reverse Heimlich
The Cheerleader
Positions with Toys
Guitar
Kitty Style
Brooklyn Style

The Breast Exam
The Airplane Crash
Spread Eagle
The Torpedo
The Pike
The Crab
The Cannonball
Frisk
Naked
The Butterfly
Runners Poop
Poolside
Skydive
The Captain
The Pommel Horse
One Cheek Lean
Leapfrog
Doggystyle
High Crouch
Missionary Position
Group Positions
Wedding Night
Your Dads Position
Heroin Mr Brownstone
The Foodie
Weight Lifting
The GigaFlop
The Writer
Phone Poop
The New YorkBreakfast
Gas Mask
Specialty Positions
Public Toilet
In the Dark
Camping
PortoPoop
Outhouse
The Mile High Club
Mirrors
A Poop Abroad
Aromatherapy
Tantric
Conclusion
About the Author

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About the author (2010)

Daniel Cole Young is a former radio contest writer who works as a consultant for major Hollywood studios. Young earned degrees in Computer Science and French at UC Davis and studied abroad in Paris and Grenoble.

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