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Dr Johnson's Lost Volume, 2 Jan. 2003
If Oxford and Penguin are to be believed the English Language is devoid of vulgarity and lewdness. The Profanisaurus decisively disproves this by showing us how the English Language is well suited for making light of what would be rather dull activities such as defecating and copulating.
The cornerstone of Englishness is our sense of humour, and at the heart of this is 'toilet humour' - a fine institution indeed. Therefore we need to be in touch with a vast compendium such as this to remain truly English.
Aside from it's importance at a literary and national level, it's bloomin' funny and had me literally rolling on the floor crying with laughter.
Well worth the cash (even though mine was a present), buy one today and begin your research into the depths of vulgarity - Woo Hoo!