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Stupedia: The Most Useless Facts on Wikipedia

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Stupedia is a book filled with the most useless and entertaining facts found on Wikipedia. It contains more than 600 quirky facts about everything and anything from the worlds largest encyclopedia.
Paperback, 200 pages
Published September 1st 2009 by Nicotext (first published 2009)
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Jul 08, 2011 rated it did not like it
My director at the library handed this book to me as a joke. We have a private joke that we share; so it made sense that she would find the title of this book humorous. Now, really this was had to be somebodies idea to make a fast buck. I did learn something. Sugar Cream pie has been nominated to be the state pie of Indiana. I researched it on Wikipedia and now know that sugar cream pie was invented with the shortage of apples for pies. It also came from the quakers of North Carolina. Interestin ...more
Kest Schwartzman
Dec 22, 2015 rated it did not like it
I picked up this book at a swap, thinking it would be stupid and entertaining enough to live on the back of the toilet.

I got the stupid part right. It's actually too stupid for the toilet.
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