Butts on Things

200+ Fun Doodles of Derrieres

Author: Brian Cook

Publisher: Page Street Publishing


Category: Art

Page: 176

View: 488

Because Everything Looks Better with a Butt In Brian Cook’s debut collection of fun, offbeat illustrations, beers have rears, Tetris® becomes Butris and balloons bear backsides. Hot dog buns have buns of their own, and condiments are down-right cheeky. Shatter your assumptions about who and what can rock a rump because with a little imagination, anything is possible. Whether you’re seeking a good chuckle, are into unconventional art or are simply looking to get to the bottom of an eccentric curiosity, you won’t want to put this gem of a book down.

Things I Learned from Mario's Butt

Author: Laura Kate Dale

Publisher: Unbound Publishing


Category: Games & Activities


View: 988

Have you ever wondered why some video game characters wear trousers and others don’t? Or pondered the connection between a character’s toned, muscular derrière and their level of dexterity? What about the depth of a crack, the jiggle of a cheek? When it comes to video game character designs, one of the most overlooked aspects is the buttocks. Sure, we might appreciate a nice toned butt on a character or giggle at GIFs of farts from time to time, but how often do we stop to really think about the meaning of the butt? In Things I Learned from Mario’s Butt, video game critic Laura Kate Dale brings backsides to the foreground, analysing dozens of posteriors and asking the important questions: Has Mario let himself go? Do Link’s small buttocks hold him back? When he dies, is Pac-Man eaten by his own caboose? Wedged full of original artwork by Zack Flavin, and featuring interviews with game developers and guest butt reviews from gaming favourites such as Jim Sterling, Stuart Ashen, Brentalfloss and more, this book is a deep dive into why butts are downright integral to the games we play. So, crack it open and have a cheeky look inside at some of the most interesting bottoms the world of video games has to offer.

The Butts on Things Activity Book

Coloring and Fun for All Ages

Author: Brian Cook



Category: Art

Page: 0

View: 727

Brian Cook delighted the audience with his first collection of backsides and has charmed us yet again—this time allowing artists to fill in his oddball illustrations with their own array of color. And the fun doesn’t stop there: the book also includes mazes and interactive drawings that allow the artist to draw their own behinds right inside the book! Who could resist a taco with an awesome butt? Or a slice of pizza that gives stuffed crust an entirely new meaning? For anyone looking for something creative that will bring joy and giggles in epic amounts, this activity book is sure to be a knockout. These eccentric doodles will appeal to all looking to reconnect with their inner child through some funky art work. Coloring and activity book enthusiasts from ages 5 to 95 will love getting lost in this zany universe of rear ends.

The Earth, My Butt, and Other Big Round Things

Author: Carolyn Mackler

Publisher: Bloomsbury Publishing


Category: Young Adult Fiction

Page: 256

View: 297

Fifteen-year-old Virginia feels like a fat, awkward outsider in her perfect family, especially next to her golden-boy big brother Byron. She's got a lot to deal with – her weight, her best friend moving away, the mean girls at school – not to mention a boy who seems to like her! To survive, she decides to follow the 'Fat Girl Code of Conduct' to make herself acceptable, unnoticed ... invisible. It seems to be working until something unthinkable happens and, before her eyes, Virginia's flawless family begins to fall apart. As her world spins out of orbit, Virginia realises that breaking the Fat Girl Code might be the only way to create a life that belongs to her. Carolyn Mackler's acclaimed book has been updated for a new audience and is as relevant, funny and full of heart as it was when it was first published fifteen years ago.

Control for Aluminum Production and Other Processing Industries

Author: Mark P. Taylor

Publisher: CRC Press


Category: Science

Page: 252

View: 820

An uncomfortable observation in the Shift Logs and Process Control records of most aluminum smelting plants is that process control failures, large and small, happen every day. Although only a small fraction of these failures give rise to catastrophic events, the difference between a disaster we read about and a failure which, although expensive, has no irreversible consequences, is only chance. Control for Aluminum Production and Other Processing Industries exemplifies new control thinking fused with an understanding of process variability, and how to diagnose abnormalities and their causes in aluminum production plants. Many real life examples in the book demonstrate the importance of human behavior and a scientific, questioning approach in the control of a technologically complex process. Written from the perspective of production staff and management, the book also gives readers a view into the human aspects of accidents and their analogy with failures in control of production. Production plants regularly experience more control failures than successes and staff must continuously strive to establish stability and control of their process. Through on-the-job experiences of the authors and their industry colleagues, the control experiences described in this book provide readers with a foundation for building their own robust control rationale and a framework for avoidance of plant control problems.


Author: Lester Gray French



Category: Machine-tools


View: 912

The American Bookseller

A Semi-monthly Journal Devoted to the Interests of the Book, Stationery, News, and Music Trades




Category: American literature


View: 582

M. T. V. Beavis and Butthead's Ensucklopedia

Author: Sam Johnson

Publisher: Mtv Books


Category: Humor

Page: 96

View: 668

For the MTV generation which put Beavis and Butt-head's first book on the New York Times bestseller list comes a new compilation of unique humor. Beavis and Butt-head give us their view of the world from A to Z in their own version of an encyclopedia--just in time for Christmas. Illustrated.