Synopses & Reviews
Faster than a speeding bullet, more useless than ever before.
The #1 New York Times bestselling series reaches new heights of irrelevance with this powerfully pointless, all-new collection of the things you never need to know.
Do you actually care that...
It doesn't get any more useless than this!
The most inconsequential entry yet in the #1 New York Times bestselling series proves that information is overrated.
Your life won't be improved by knowing that...
? Frank Sinatra's mother was a convicted felon.
? Bugs Bunny was born in Brooklyn.
? The average American home contains $90 in loose change.
? It is illegal to use the American flag in advertising.
And there's no good reason to also discover...
? Which game show host previously worked as a garbageman.
? Which day of week is the most popular to rob a bank.
? Which millionaire loaned his kidnapped grandson ransom money at 4 percent interest.
? Which country once had a dog for a king.
More facts! Less substance! The newest entry in the #1 New York Times bestselling Useless Information series.
The useless information never ends in the newest, most crucially meaningless entry in the Useless Information series. This latest cornucopia of amazingly pointless facts and figures will have trivia buffs marveling at all the things they never needed to know.
A collection of extreme, gross-out, cringe-worthy? and irresistible?trivia.
How long does the human head remain conscious after decapitation?
What fish communicates by farting?
What birds use vomit and poop as weapons?
What worm lives in your intestine and may crawl out your nose?
What is ?liquid cat??
What historical figure drank the ashes of her dead husband?
What men can tie their penises into knots?
From trivia expert Don Voorhees, Disgusting Things: A Miscellany is the ultimate book of outrageous, revolting, and repugnant trivia, a collection of equally upsetting and intriguing facts that will leave the reader grossed out?and wanting more.
Nothing you'll ever need to know is in this book
The #1 New York Times bestselling series continues to prove that there are plenty of things in this world no one needs to know about.
Why bother learning that...
* Poland sells a drink called Fart Juice?
* ATMs in Vatican City are in Latin?
* a two-year-old learns about ten new words a day?
* President George Washington checked out two library books that
are now 220 years overdue?
Do you really need to know...
* how many clocks are in the Pentagon?
* which state has towns called Intercourse and Virginville?
* what WD-40 stands for?
* the state with the fastest drivers?
There are more incredibly pointless and delightfully entertaining things to discover in this new entry in the #1 New York Times
You probably never knew
Ronald Reagan is the only president who has been divorced.
It is estimated that half of the worlds spider species have yet to be discovered.
November 15 is National Clean Out Your Refrigerator Day.
And did you really ever have to know
The whiskers on a harbor seal are known as vibrissae”?
Modern scholars believe Isaac Newton may have had Aspergers syndrome?
In the 1920s, Hollywood made twice as many films a year as it does today?
About the Author
Don Voorhees is the author of The Incredible Book of Useless Information, The Super Book of Useless Information, The Indispensable Book of Useless Information, The Perfectly Useless Book of Useless Information, The Essential Book of Useless Information, and Disgusting Things: A Miscellany. A native of Morris County, New Jersey, he now lives in Pennsylvania.