Over the millennia poets have struggled to describe the indescribable, and frankly it has all been a bit of a waste of time. From the same (filthy) mind that brought you "John Howard's Little Book of Truth" comes the last word on Australian profanity. The Bugle's "Dicktionary" ejaculates its population paste over the English language's parched landscape of polite drivel. The "Dicktionary" is not just another dull doorstopper penned by pointy-heads at Cambridge, Macquarie, the Ponds Institute et al. This tome speaks to the everyone, be you a Carpet Muncher, an Arse Bandit or an AC/DC; a Tasmaniac or a Bogan; in the throws of Hand to Gland Combat or Hurling a Side Walk Signature. Whether you are wearing your Beer Goggles or have a Head on you like a Bulldog Eating a Wasp, it don't matter, it just don't matter. You will learn how to really let that tosser at work have it; how to truly insult your ex and how to build up a quiver of genuinely hilarious terms and phrases for those big nights out on the piss with the lads. Sure it ain't pretty, and it ain't polite, but it is very bloody funny. So what are you waiting for?