Stryke's Buns Guide is a clean, fun, light-humor parody of popular nature guides, but instead of featuring wildlife it's a guide to female posteriors, or buns, worldwide. Every shape, every size, all the way from the compact Hard Nasty to the massive concrete-crunching Mart Waddler, and everything in between! Here's what's included:
112 full-color worldwide buns photos
16 scientifically identified buns groups
Black & white illustrations of key buns parts
Glossary with complete buns terminology
Description of each bun's shape, range, habitat, and degree of domesticity
Buns ratings and exclusive Approachability Index
Buns-watching tips to keep you out of trouble
The print edition comes with an extra bonus: a handy plastic Pocket Field Guide to positively identify any buns worldwide!
|Publisher:||Callipygean Press LLC|
|Sold by:||Barnes & Noble|
|File size:||7 MB|
About the Author
Over the years, I survived several revolutions and coups de etat, and managed to travel most of Patagonia alone in a tiny Renault, incurring many mishaps interspersed with mind-boggling nature experiences along the way. It was there that I gleaned a keen appreciation of the teeming wildlife, and decided to return someday as a filmmaker and wildlife expedition leader.
Eventually, I did escort ardent birdwatchers and wildlife photographers on lengthy photo safaris. It was there, while observing the birdwatchers flipping through their field guides and exclaiming excitedly over each species found, that the idea for a field guide to female buns took hold.
My mission was clear, and for over 12 years I labored between underwater film productions on developing, photographing and writing the definitive, first-ever field guide to buns of the world.
Someday I may rank up there with scientific luminaries such as Carl Linnaeus, the Father of Taxonomy, but for now I will settle for the self-proclaimed title of Certified Bunsologist.
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
WHAT A HOOT! I bought this buns guide on impulse out of sheer curiosity. What a find! Not only does it have over a 100 high quality "buns" shots with a humorous twist, but each one comes with a clever description, just like real nature guides. Things like size and shape, what it feeds on, what its voice sounds like when it's happy or peeved, its natural habitat and hangouts, even whether it's endangered. For the neophyte "bunsman" there are buns watching tips and a sketch of critical buns parts, complete with a glossary for accurate definitions. Probably best of all is an overall rating, with an Approachability indicator that lets you know whether you stand a chance with any particular "buns-set." Hilarious! For the guy who has everything this is the perfect gift... because he doesn't have it yet! When the holidays roll around I plan on getting a few more for stocking stuffers.