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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful
on 23 January 2010
Ever been stuck for a profanity? Been insulted but don't have a clue what the other person's on about? Then you'll find the answers to both situations in this priceless (3.97) addition to the realm of English reference (probably). Sure to be a compulsory text for whatever has replaced "O" level English this magnificent work will delight and inform. Perfect as a lavatorial reference work. Small enough to fit in a large-ish pocket and large enough to fit in a handbag or briefcase it is a veritable epitome of all things profane. Outshone only by the full Profanisaurius, I guarantee (special conditions apply) you will not be disappointed with this purchase. And I live in Australia where we swear an awful lot. Mostly.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
on 7 February 2010
I bought this book years ago - but someone 'borrowed' it and we never saw it again. So I've just got it again for my partner who has a real 'toilet humour' sense of humour. He loves anything to do with wind and poo. He sits reading this and is wetting himself (almost) because it is so funny. He laughs so much and has to compose himself before he can tell me what he was laughing at. If you know someone who has this type of humour, then they will love this book!! It's tiny, but value for money based on how much laughter you get from it. Funniest book in the world!
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
on 26 June 2010
Oh dear god! I've only managed to finish the letter A (Aardvark's Nose to Aztec Two-Step) and I honestly don't think I can go on. I'm crying with laughter and my sides are aching. They say that the eskimos have 300 words for snow. Well, I think that it is a matter of national pride that the english speaking world has around 400 euphemisms for flatulence (Air Biscuit, Push Gas, Knock the Lid Off the Ark) . This compendium of filth has nigh on 500 pages of obscene euphemisms and it proves, if anything, that english must be one of the most versatile, ubiquitous languages in the world. At least as far as swearing is concerned.

This is not the sort of book to leave lying on the coffee table at Christmas when the vicar comes round to tea.

"Dropped Pie, Face Like a. Sim: To resemble one who has been bobbing for chips in a deep fat fryer."
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
on 4 March 2010
Roger's Profanisaurus is an absolute cracker. Not for the faint hearted but highly recommended for somebody who likes a good laugh. Just like a dictionary there are great definitions for thousands of words, some of which are put to in comical context. It's small, can easily fit into a trouser pocket with a little room to spare. It's a very funny book!
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
on 30 December 2009
I bought this little book as a stocking filler for my boyfriend. I didn't realise it was a pocket book at the time of ordering so was quite surprised how tiny it actually was when it arrived! However my boyfriend was absolutely delighted with it! The content is very funny but not for the easily offended! Fans of Viz would definately enjoy this one!
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
on 5 January 2010
If you love swearing as much as I do, then this is the book for you. I bought it for my husband for Christmas, but mainly because I wanted to read it. Yes, the Magna Farta is now available in a handy pocket size; useful for if you need to keep it with you, for ready reference of any fruity phrases or striking examples of swearing. I'm an English teacher and I give it my full approval, so it must be good.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
on 8 January 2010
Almost every home would benefit from a copy of the Magna Fartlet.
There are so many occasions when you need a word or phrase that carries that little extra. Best after imbibing a few beverages. Its a very small book...you will need your specs.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
on 2 September 2010
this is really funny, well worth it for a laugh. it'll last you all of two days after that people will avoid your fowl mouth haha
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
on 24 December 2009
I brought this as a secret santa gift and it went down very well with everyone in the office, not just the person I got it for
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on 3 January 2011
My husband and I have a copy of this in our bedside drawer, and it has produced much merriment in bed !!! I purchased it this christmas as a secret santa gift for a friend and it went down a storm. It is hilarious and I flick through it when I am feeling in need of a naughty giggle ! Well worth it, but keep it away from your mother !
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