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Would You Rather...?: Gross Out: Over 300 Crazy Questions plus extra pages to make up your own!

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Nothing quite captures young imaginations like the forbidden, and that covers quite a bit of territory. Would You Rather . . .? Gross Out features kid-favorite gross-out dilemmas and wacky illustrations that include all the classic categories: boogers, farts, vomit, and more. More than just disgusting, Would You Rather ...? Gross Out is sure to stretch any young person's i ...more
Paperback, 224 pages
Published November 1st 2008 by Seven Footer Press (first published October 10th 2008)
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Justin Heimberg graduated from Duke University in May 1995. After college, he, along with co-author David Gomberg, spent many months in a beach house where the first Would You Rather . . .? (Plume) book was born. Heimberg, an idealistic comedy writer, makes his living as a child advocate in Washington, D.C.
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