Did you know that James Joyce liked to smell his wifes farts? That some fish communicate by expelling gas? Or that the Pentagon is developing weapons of mass olfactory destruction (WMOD)? Thats just a whiff of what's in store in this breathtaking follow-up to the best-selling fart history, WHO CUT THE CHEESE? In BLAME IT ON THE DOG, eminent fartologist Jim Dawson sniffs out the latest and greatest new items of the past century, from flatulent robot dogs and fart fetishists to poot-proof underwear and anti-stink pills. In fifty breezy chapters, he spills the beans about scientific (wind)breakthroughs, celebrity butt rumblings, and real-life fartistes like Flatulina Fontanelle Boutier, cyberspace entertainer the Queen of Farts, and Mr. Methane, Englands Prince of Poots. Plumbing the nether regions of politics, pop culture, and the (f)arts, this stinker of a bathroom book will leave you gasping for air.
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About the Author
Jim Dawson is a product of West Virginia University, which at this very moment is probably burning his student records. Along with being a real smart feller (or something like that), he's a former editor of Hustler magazine and the author of several books that very few people have read, including the critically acclaimed WHAT WAS THE FIRST ROCK 'N' ROLL RECORD? Dawson lives in Hollywood, California.
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
Jim Dawson, author of Who Cut the Cheese?, has done it again. This book is hilarious and covers a sometimes taboo subject, namely expelled colon gases. Everybody does it, but we don't usually discuss it in polite society. This is a laugh out loud book in places and even discusses the personal habits of celebrities, such as Stephen King and Johnny Depp. This is a good sequel to Mark Twain's fantasy about Queen Elizabeth I, as she plays 'who pooted?' with some of her court officials. It could make a good Christmas gift for your more liberal friends with a sense of humor, just don't share it with your minister or mother-in-law.