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No Sh*t: The History of Wiping By Caleb Clark
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In the beginning there were no toilets and there was no toilet paper, butt we each had to deal with the same amount of shit we've always had to deal with. This is the history of how we learned to... More > deal with our shit by wiping it away. Butt wait, there's more! The results from testing old and scary implements of wiping are included, as is emergency toilet paper, and the current state of wiping is explored. Oh, and it starts with a great quote.< Less
The Way to San José By Rob Plews
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This is the most recent anecdote dose from Rob Plews - who previously brought you La Suite Corn. Expect the return of the Tupperware lady - this time at the sperm clinic, deep fried eels, a... More > levitating old crony, and a hunky plumber who will make your bidet.< Less
Quick Guide: The Real Life of Sebastian Knight By College Guide World
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“The Real Life of Sebastian Knight” by Vladimir Nabokov was first published in 1941. It was the author’s first English novel. Before this novel, his all other works had been... More > published in Russian language. The writing of the novel had taken place between late 1938 and early 1939. The idea of this huge English novel occurred to Nabokov in Paris while he was sitting in his bathroom, with his valise set across a bidet as a writing desk. To write the novel he retreated into the washroom. The book can also be named as a fictional biography of a fictional author, Sebastian Knight. Quick Guide: The Real Life of Sebastian Knight Copyright Chapter One: Introduction Chapter Two: Plot Summary Chapter Three: Characters Chapter Four: Complete Summary Chapter Five: Critical Analysis< Less
Londres, pastel sin receta By Lala Isla
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Este libro es la curiosa visión, a caballo entre la crónica y el viaje personal, de una española que vive en Londres y trata de entener el mundo que la rodea. El resultado es un... More > libro divertido a veces, emocionante otras y muy informtivo que describe la vida en un Londres que no es el West End de los turistas sino una ciudad cuyo pulso cotidiano está inmerso en la multiculturalidad, que lo ha cambiado y lo hace evolucionar constantemente. Al mismo tiempo habla del choque y la fusión en la intimidad de dos culturas muy diferentes, todo ello con el telón de fondo del thaterismo y sus consecuencias en la vida diaria de los británicos. Cada cosa que le sucede a la autora da pie para entrar en unas estructuras sociales y culturales nuevas, para descubrir lo que nadie te explica cuando vas a Gran Bretaña: que los grillos no cantan, que comen pasteles caducados, que consideran los bidets aparatos exóticos, que los hijos e hijas no heredan automátiamente de los padres y las madres.< Less