Bathroom Readers' Institute
Publisher: Portable Press (September 4, 2012)
Format: PDF / Kindle / ePub
Size: 5.3 MB
Downloadable formats: PDF
The crackpot employees of the lavatory Readers’ Institute is uncontrolled. After 25 years of laboriously studying proof and verifying them after which verifying them back, Uncle John’s mischievous minions determined to blow off a bit steam. the end result: pretend evidence. It’s stuff that isn’t even remotely true—we simply made it sound actual. Why? simply because it’s particularly humorous. pretend evidence is 228 pages of origins, evidence, bizarre items, unusual ailments, kooky fads, slang phrases, historic oddities, and different interesting bits of knowledge which are too strong to be precise . . . simply because they aren’t real. So set aside your BS detector and settle in to learn about:The ill-fated “Vice President For an afternoon” for children programHow the overfishing of dolphins ended in the canned tuna industry“Crumble,” “plaidsy,” “benji,” and different British slangAbandoned ideas of early baseball, and imprecise principles of grammarHow early vegetarians gave Boston its “Beantown” nicknameThe mystery superpowers of twinsJames Joyce’s unpublished sci-fi trilogyUnicorns, wizards, and pirates galoreAnd plenty extra falsified enjoyable!