True, dropping a well-placed swear can make even the worst situations seem better, but sometimes a “fudge!” or “sugar!” can be equally satisfying–and won’t land you in trouble. The Craptastic Guide to Pseudo-Swearing offers new, creative, and clean ways to express how fetchin’ mad some son of a biscuit made you. Featuring a variety of games, instructions, and helpful hints, Craptastic proves there are endless cussing alternatives for any rassafrackin’ situation. The book offers a dictionary of terms, and is broken down into craptacular categories including Classics, Sexy Talk, and Safe for Church. Toss in games like Cross Words Puzzle and Play It Safe Hangman, tidbits about noteworthy curses in pop culture, plus a plethora of other interactive features, and you have a book that will turn anyone into a prodigious fake curser in no time.
Michelle Witte has been coming up with creative and appropriate ways to curse from a young age. A graduate of Brigham Young University, she is a freelance editor, writer, and previously owned a children’s bookstore. She lives in Layton, Utah, where creative swearing has become a fine art.