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Roger's Profanisaurus

4.54 of 5 stars 4.54  ·  rating details  ·  79 ratings  ·  8 reviews
From the playground to the boardroom, this lexicon of bad language makes, arguably, a more important contribution to the everyday vocabulary of the British Isles than the Oxford dictionary. Now, with over 10,000 entries, this edition features the latest in expletives, sexual obscenities and lavatorial euphemisms.
Published October 20th 1998 by John Brown Publishing Ltd
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Todd N
Every great man has a source of solace that they turn to in troubled times: Thoreau had Walden, Machiavelli had Livy's History Of Rome, Fonzie had Arnold's Drive-In, and I have Roger's Profanisaurus Rex.

When the vicissitudes of life begin to wear on me, I find it refreshes my mind to peruse and contemplate definitions such as Jehovah's stiffness (a lasting erection that appears at an inopportune time), gentleman's relish (an exceedingly polite term for jizz), and German cornflake (a scab from ge
This is a wonderful book. Inventive, profane, funny, educative, sarcastic, ironic - and all in a huge slab of a book that really will break the cistern.

Not for everyone - the profanity will put some people off - but definitely a good read.

I keep it in my smaller library and dip in and out at leisure whilst driving from the ladies tee.
Can one ever be said to have completed the Profanisaurus?

I have read the contributions over the years in the magazine and on the website - if you like VIZ, have the sense of humor of a six year old and enjoy annoying your partner by laughing in bed, then this deserves a place on your bedside table.
How could this not be a 5-star review? - It's 624 pages of Roger's Profanisaurus. Endless joy.
This is crude, rude school boy humour at its best (worst) that pulls together all the words and terms uncovered and created by Viz. This is not one for those who are easily offended but if you like gutter humour this is the book for you. Set out like a 'proper' dictionary this is an easy reference book that can be picked up at any time.
Aug 28, 2008 Gjfreestone rated it 5 of 5 stars  ·  review of another edition
Recommends it for: Not mormons
Pant-wettingly hilarious. A work of genius.
Derren Bibby
Filthy rude and very stupid. Total gold!
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