Synopses & Reviews
True, dropping a well-placed swear can make even the worst situations seem better, but sometimes a “fudge!” or “sugar!” can be equally satisfying—and won’t land you in trouble. The Craptastic Guide to Pseudo-swearing offers new, creative, and clean ways to express how fetchin’ mad some son of a biscuit made you. Featuring a variety of games, instructions, and helpful hints, Craptastic proves there are endless cussing alternatives for any rassafrackin’ situation. The book offers a dictionary of terms, broken down into craptacular categories including Classics, Sexy Talk, and Safe for Church. Toss in games like Cross-words Puzzle and Play It Safe Hangman, tidbits about noteworthy curses in pop culture, plus a plethora of other interactive features, and you have a book that will turn anyone into a prodigious fake curser in no time.
About the Author
Michelle Witte has been coming up with creative and appropriate ways to curse from a young age. A graduate of Brigham Young University, she is a freelance editor, writer, and previously owned a childrens bookstore. She lives in Layton, Utah, where creative swearing has become a fine art.