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A cornucopia of scatology,
This review is from: The Magna Fartlet: Viz Roger's Profanisaurus (Paperback)
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 your granny comes round.
"Dropped Pie, Face Like a. Sim: To resemble one who has been bobbing for chips in a deep fat fryer."