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Do Ants Have Arseholes?: ...and 101 other bloody ridiculous questions

Jon Butler, Bruno Vincent

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Prose: non-fiction, Humour collections & anthologies

A hilarious parody of the popular series of New Scientist question and answer books DOES ANYTHING EAT WASPS? and WHY DON'T PENGUINS' FEET FREEZE?

Is it possible to bore someone to death? Where is the middle of nowhere? If one synchronised swimmer drowns, do they all have to drown?
DO ANTS HAVE ARSEHOLES? is a very funny, very silly, collection of answers to questions you never thought you wanted to ask but will feel all the better for knowing. Taken from Old Scientist magazine's 'Corrections and Clarfications' column, whose readers are invariably befuddled, pedantic, and horribly confused, the book includes recent answers never before published in book form, because they have no basis whatsoever in fact.
For all those who relish a heady mixture of shaggy-dog stories, utter lack of insight and knob jokes, this new volume will be, in the words of the perfume ad, 'very irresistible'.

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Praise for Do Ants Have Arseholes?: ...and 101 other bloody ridiculous questions

  • A very funny spoof of pop-science collections - The Daily Telegraph

  • Every year, one funny book seems to stand out from all the others. This year, it s Do Ants Have Arseholes?... a rip-roaring parody ' - The Spectator

  • The book being touted as this year's can't-miss, downstairs-loo-fixture of a dead-cert publishing-phenomenon-cum-stocking-filler sensation - The Guardian

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