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Do Ants Have Arseholes?

How easy is it to fall off a log? Where is the middle of nowhere? Do we really have no bananas? The readers of OLD GIT magazine are a batty, befuddled, potty-mouthed bunch, who seem to spend a significant chunk of their spare time corresponding with the publication's popular letters page. DO ANTS HAVE ARSEHOLES? is a very funny, very silly collection of questions and answers taken from this column, none of which has any basis whatsoever in fact. A must for all those who relish a heady mixture of shaggy-dog stories, toilet humour and utter lack of insight.
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A hilarious parody of the popular series of New Scientist question and answer books DOES ANYTHING EAT WASPS? and WHY DON'T PENGUINS' FEET FREEZE?

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Jon Butler and Bruno Vincent both work in publishing.


'A very funny spoof of pop-science collections' Telegraph 'The finest example of man-friendly Q&A bog books out there' Zoo 'Every year, one funny book seems to stand out from all the others. This year, it's Do Ants Have Arseholes?... a rip-roaring parody...' The Spectator 'The book being touted as this year's can't-miss, downstairs-loo-fixture of a dead-cert publishing-phenomenon-cum-stocking-filler sensation...' The Guardian

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