Catch That and Paint it Purple: A Complete Guide to Farting

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This is the only book on the subject of farting you will ever need – or probably want. Farts are a fascinating phenomenon on many levels. A fart can be funny, repulsive, embarrassing, rude, or even dastardly (in the case of a silent one). Farts can also provoke a variety of reactions. Some will laugh, some will be indignant, and other people will simply stop coming around. But the undeniable truth about farting is that everybody does it. Yes, even women.
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  • By Timothy Whitehill
    Oct 15, 2009
    "Exceptional Scholarly Tome" This is a book of singular clarity, one would say it hits the mark right on the puckered bulls-eye. The depth of the research is only surpassed by the total lack footnotes; giving us the fulfillment of the courageous author who is willing to say, "I know my subject and I don't have to prove it. " I applaud you sir, I applaud you. Who is this brave scholar? Obviously the name PJ Whitehill is a non de plume. No one would have a first name without any vowels. PJ is simply not a proper name, it's more likely he (or she) has a first name like Pidjun or prejesus. And has anyone ever heard of someone with the last name Whitehill. Perhaps Whitehall but Whitehill is certainly a construction of fantasy. The name is trying desperately to distract us, to point us in the opposite direction. I suggest white is really black while a hill would instead be a deep depression, something like a dark hole. Or perhaps it represents something white that sticks... More > up in the air like a sail. So we are left with the name of our writer being either Pidjun Hole or Prejesus Sail. We may never know. The humor in the book while sparse and rather dry is still good for a chuckle. One would be tempted to treat the subject matter like you were doing vaudville in front a group of kindergartners. PJ has avoided this tragic pitfall and has developed what can only be seen as a combination of "Three's Company" and a documentary about the intestinal tract. The only thing missing here is the 6 foot long tapeworm, who in the case of the subject matter would be holding on for dear life. The reader is left at the end with a new appreciation for the horrifying act of digestion and the importance of roughage in one's diet. This was a subject once reserved for only retired old men and the boys at fishing camp. But now it has escaped the pants of academia and been set on the olfactory senses of the general public. And we have PJ Whitehill to thank for breaking the window and letting the air of his keen insight free from the dank bowels of immature fixation.< Less
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Patrick Whitehill
October 1, 2011
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