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52 Things to Learn on the Loo By Hugh Jassburn

52 Things to Learn on the Loo
by Hugh Jassburn

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Make use of those dull moments on the lav by teaching yourself how a starfish eats a clam, how to say `Hello' in every European language and what the dot over an i is called. From science and natural history to the different types of moustache, this little book contains enough fascinating facts to keep you learning throughout the year.

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52 Things to Learn on the Loo by Hugh Jassburn

Make use of those dull moments on the lav by teaching yourself how a starfish eats a clam, how to say `Hello' in every European language and what the dot over an i is called. Covering all types of trivia, from science and natural history to the different types of moustache, this little book contains enough fascinating facts to keep you learning throughout the year.

`A great way to get shit done'

Loo Quarterly

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About Hugh Jassburn


Hugh Jassburn has been pooing since 1974. After several months of producing a variety of stools (mostly in washable and reusable nappies) he moved on to disposables. By 1978 Hugh was a regular toilet user and hasn't looked back since. He is not a fan of cheap toilet paper, and strongly believes the flap should always be at the front of the roll. Hugh lives in Shitterton, Dorset, and dreams of moving to Pratt's Bottom in Kent one day.

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GOR007176800
52 Things to Learn on the Loo by Hugh Jassburn
Hugh Jassburn
Used - Very Good
Hardback
Summersdale Publishers
2015-10-08
112
1849537844
9781849537841
N/A
Book picture is for illustrative purposes only, actual binding, cover or edition may vary.
This is a used book - there is no escaping the fact it has been read by someone else and it will show signs of wear and previous use. Overall we expect it to be in very good condition, but if you are not entirely satisfied please get in touch with us.