Everybody Poops 410 Pounds a Year: An Illustrated Bathroom Companion for Grown-Ups

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The average American weighs 175 pounds. But at a bit over one pound per day, every day of the year, that one person produces an annual output over twice their body weight! That lovely bit of math is merely the title of this book — the inside pages of Everybody Poops 410 Pounds a Year go even further, overflowing with amazing facts, fascinating trivia, and amusing stories.

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Looking as cute and cuddly as a kid's book, its pages burst with colorful illustrations, but this is adult material. The perfect addition to any bathroom, Everybody Poops 410 Pounds a Year is both decorative and an entertaining read for those critical minutes spent sitting on the throne. This cavalcade of poop trivia answers such burning questions as: "Can poop be set on fire?" and "What does whale poop look like?" It also drops a ton of trivia, like reports that John Wayne had nearly 40 pounds of unprocessed fecal material in his body when he died, cow droppings are being processed into fiberboard-like furniture, and the White House now has 35 toilets but had exactly zero when it first opened.

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Author Deuce Flanagan / David R. Dudley (illustrator)
Publisher Ulysses Press
Page Count 64pp
Publication Size 7 x 7
Publication Notes softcover, b/w
Publication Date July 1, 2010
ISBN 978-1569757772

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