Hygiene: Practice and Principle is a sarcastic textbook for young adults to learn the basics of not smelling like a mountain man. A favorite among high school and college students, it takes the reader on a humorous journey through everything from doing laundry without burning your house down, to showering enough to still have friends.
"A hilarious and surprisingly informative lesson in taking care of yourself." -New York Times Reader
"As a middle school teacher, I made this book required reading for my class. It's a great introduction to the science behind hygiene, and the odor of my classroom has notably improved." -A Grateful Teacher
"People always liked hanging out with me, but nobody ever wanted to spend time at my apartment. Reading this book helped me realize that I needed to wash my sheets and towels more than once a year. Now people can come over without having scented candles stashed in their bags." -A College Student
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