Le dico des gros mots cachés dans les mots: Les cent meilleures définitions illustrées

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NOUVEAU ! Le seul dictionnaire qui dévoile la fesse cachée des homonymes illustré par 10 géniaux dessinateurs !

Ils sont dix, ils sont vaches et dessinent comme des cochons.

Baba, Bebb, Ethyène, Gwen, Kirira (la seule fille), Okey, Olivier Tichit, Pacall, Philippe Ory et ZeMiaL signent d’un coup de patte caustique, salace et cruel comme on aime, le premier Bestof de la série : Les cent meilleures définitions illustrées du dico des gros mots cachés dans les mots.

Édité en 2008 par Edith, son auteur,  ‘‘Le dico des gros mots cachés dans les mots’’ est le seul dictionnaire qui dévoile la fesse cachée des homonymes. Au point qu’il monta sur le trône de CANAL+ pour y être sacré N°1 des livres de toilettes dans l’Édition Spéciale du 29 mai 2009. C’est dire.

Et comme cent bons dessins valent mieux qu’un mauvais discours, nous vous laissons à l’effeuillage de ce beau livre d’images dont vous comprendrez rapidement pourquoi il est interdit aux personnes majeures sans esprit.

A propos d’esprit, n’oubliez pas de lire les pages de gauche (vous fâcheriez Edith), et de savourer la préfesse d’Eric Guillotte, l’excellent chroniqueur de : ILPARAITRAIT.COM
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About the author

Edith fut conçue hors mariage un soir d’orage, par des parents qu’elle vouvoyait.

Rebelle in utero, elle eut bien vite un penchant pour les choses interdites.

Pendant vingt ans, elle se donne corps et âme pour la pub et ses mots désincarnés. 

Le temps qu’elle lui dérobe est consacré à ses quatre amours : trois enfants et l‘écriture.

En 1994, elle publie Journal d’un égoïste aux éditions Le Bruit des autres. 

Rebelle un peu schizo, elle se déguise en garçon pour coucher ses vrais mots. 

En 2002, la pub la plaque avec pertes et fracas.

Rebelle in extremis, Edith sauve sa peau et celle de sa fillette de sept ans, en luttant comme peu savent le faire. 

En 2008, elle auto-édite son Dico. Trois ans plus tard, à cause de la pub qui l’a plaquée, Edith auto éditée, est liquidée… Mais pas atomisée. 

Elle prépare sa revanche dans la foulée. 

Rebelle ex nihilo.


Camille Salmon 

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Edith a déjà publié :  

Le dico des gros mots cachés dans les mots

N°1 des livres de toilettes - Canal +L' Édition Spéciale du 29/05/09 

Auto édition : Libre & ris ! Éditions

Parution : 11/2008 - ISBN : 978-2-7466-0343-1(Épuisé)

Ré-édition : 12/2014 - ISBN : 978-2-9550573-1-5

Éditeur : Tache d'Encre éditions



Journal d’un égoïste - 4 jours à Belle Île

Écrit au masculin sous le pseudo de Ghilmer

Éditeur : Le bruit des autres


Parution : 12/1994 - ISBN : 2-909468-15-1


Nouvelle : Mégabit et Maxi Pin 

Illustrations : Bebb

Anthologie du numérique Recueil collectif

Publié par : SIEL de Paris


Parution : 11/2011 - ISBN : 978-2-332-47307-3


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