Cómo cagar en el monte

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Cómo cagar en el monte [Reading] ➿ Cómo cagar en el monte By Kathleen Meyer – Polishdarling.co.uk Despu s de guiar a cientos de urbanitas por r os de aguas bravas, Kathleen Meyer lleg a la conclusi n de que evacuar al aire libre sin WC rara vez es una habilidad innata, sino un procedimiento comple Despu s de guiar en el ePUB ☆ a cientos de urbanitas por r os de aguas bravas, Kathleen Meyer lleg a la conclusi n de que evacuar al aire libre sin WC rara vez es una habilidad innata, sino un procedimiento complejo que demandaba urgentemente un Cómo cagar eBook ó correcto protocolo Esta aleccionadora revelaci n, y el consecuente dominio por la autora de tal forma de arte, convirtieron C mo cagar en el monte en una aut ntica biblia campestre y en un bestseller internacional que, desde , recoge las mejores maneras para cagar en el eBook ✓ que los seres humanos cumplamos nuestros requerimientos fisiol gicos de un modo amable y respetuoso con la Madre Naturaleza.


10 thoughts on “Cómo cagar en el monte

  1. Erica Erica says:

    This book can be summarized thusly Dig a hole for your shit, away from water or your camp If you can t dig a hole, put it in a baggie and pack it out Wash your hands The end She doesn t talk about the decomposition process, or give any supporting evidence for her methods, or even any handy tips for dealing with carrying around baggies of poo for a week She advocates peeing by sitting on a rock and then propping your feet up on another rock not a bad method, if you want to spend 20 minute This book can be summarized thusly Dig a hole for your shit, away from water or your camp If you can t dig a hole, put it in a baggie and pack it out Wash your hands The end She doesn t talk about the decomposition process, or give any supporting evidence for her methods, or even any handy tips for dealing with carrying around baggies of poo for a week She advocates peeing by sitting on a rock and then propping your feet up on another rock not a bad method, if you want to spend 20 minutes looking for appropriate rocks rather than just copping a squat All of this would be fine, I guess, except that then she gets into all this fear mongering bs about how women shouldn t sit on public toilets Dude, unless you are in the habit of licking the seats, you ll be fine Standing or squatting just leaves the seat splattered with pee for the next person to encounter at least she could have advised standing pissers to lift the seat


  2. Mont& Mont& says:

    First thing you can t be put off by the title This is another book that I picked up at a gun show and, honestly, I don t think I would have bought it in a normal bookstore The author isn t going for shock value she has a very humorous preface detailing the anguish she went through in trying to pick a title that conveyed her subject and the seriousness with which she treats her subject Meyer states that she felt that all euphemisms for doing your business were distracting and honestl First thing you can t be put off by the title This is another book that I picked up at a gun show and, honestly, I don t think I would have bought it in a normal bookstore The author isn t going for shock value she has a very humorous preface detailing the anguish she went through in trying to pick a title that conveyed her subject and the seriousness with which she treats her subject Meyer states that she felt that all euphemisms for doing your business were distracting and honestly unnecessary I disagree with most of what I hear from the greens but this book is actually useful and practical Meyer wrote it because in her own camping experiences she quickly saw that she and her city friends were pretty clueless when it came to taking care of one of the most basic human needs how to take a dump outdoors without getting a turd in your boot One lesson that all of us could take from this is If you pack it in, then pack it out or if you re too sqeamish to do that know what to do with your waste so the area will be unspoiled for the next person that comes along


  3. FridasMom Zamora FridasMom Zamora says:

    hope to learn how to pee in the woods without soaking my socks.


  4. Jc Jc says:

    I have known of this book for 20 years and always been curious Of course, it is a rather limited audience, but for those of you who backpack, canoe camp, or otherwise hit the wilderness outside of pit toiletville, the topic of this book is really very serious and important Written in a friendly straightforward manner as evidenced by the author s carefully described argument as to why it was important to say shit instead of beating around the bush with apolite turn of phrase , this boo I have known of this book for 20 years and always been curious Of course, it is a rather limited audience, but for those of you who backpack, canoe camp, or otherwise hit the wilderness outside of pit toiletville, the topic of this book is really very serious and important Written in a friendly straightforward manner as evidenced by the author s carefully described argument as to why it was important to say shit instead of beating around the bush with apolite turn of phrase , this book sounds like a joke but is actually a very practical primer about how to do something you thought you already did perfectly well Of course, the book usually shows up in jokey novelty shops but it actually tain t no joke


  5. Robert Robert says:

    This book is good in that the relevant information is sound, unfortunately the topic merits only a long magazine article The rest is padding.


  6. Marco Pavan Marco Pavan says:

    Interesting and quite well written however, nothing i did not already know and or cautiously practiced.


  7. Jesse Tilley Jesse Tilley says:

    I was not expecting the book s title to be so literal.


  8. Wendi Lau Wendi Lau says:

    Lots of stories Funny Enlightening Very useful Using a snowball on my ass might be the most realistic thing I d try for number 2 A stick sounds scary.


  9. Tima Tima says:

    If you spend any time at all in the great out of doors, you ll need to know how to properly use the bathroom The author has researched all of the various methods packing it out, burying it, etc and has presented the results of her research in a clear, concise, and occasionally amusing book.I would NEVER have chosen to review this book But when my husband heard me laughing about the title, he assured me that the book was somewhat famous and purported to be highly amusing I didn t see anywh If you spend any time at all in the great out of doors, you ll need to know how to properly use the bathroom The author has researched all of the various methods packing it out, burying it, etc and has presented the results of her research in a clear, concise, and occasionally amusing book.I would NEVER have chosen to review this book But when my husband heard me laughing about the title, he assured me that the book was somewhat famous and purported to be highly amusing I didn t see anywhere listed that this was an audio book I would have never gotten an audio book I detest audio books So bear that in mind when reading this review.The author begins the book with the history of how the 3rd edition came to be a bit boring and why she thought this was the best title okay She then sets out to give her reasoning for writing the book with several amusing stories of people and their accidents She then proceeds to explain how and where to properly use the bathroom in the wild I had hoped for wayfunny than I actually received The reader s voice was amusing, but the content was just way to wordy If I d been reading a paper book I think I could have skimmed and would have been a lot less glassy eyed when I finished.In summery, I wouldn t recommend the audio book But the paper book might be worth a skim for the avid outdoors men who wants to hear the pros and cons of poop in the woods I received this book free of charge from Goodreads in exchange for my honest review


  10. Erin Erin says:

    I didn t think an entire book on how to shit in the woods would be necessary, but this one has some good info in it and some funny stories I ve seen enough stupid stuff in the woods to know thatpeople should read this book The book covers ideas for proper form, location, etiquette, how to pack it out, water filtration, and most importantly the environmental impacts of our actions.


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10 thoughts on “Cómo cagar en el monte

  1. Erica Erica says:

    This book can be summarized thusly Dig a hole for your shit, away from water or your camp If you can t dig a hole, put it in a baggie and pack it out Wash your hands The end She doesn t talk about the decomposition process, or give any supporting evidence for her methods, or even any handy tips for dealing with carrying around baggies of poo for a week She advocates peeing by sitting on a rock and then propping your feet up on another rock not a bad method, if you want to spend 20 minute This book can be summarized thusly Dig a hole for your shit, away from water or your camp If you can t dig a hole, put it in a baggie and pack it out Wash your hands The end She doesn t talk about the decomposition process, or give any supporting evidence for her methods, or even any handy tips for dealing with carrying around baggies of poo for a week She advocates peeing by sitting on a rock and then propping your feet up on another rock not a bad method, if you want to spend 20 minutes looking for appropriate rocks rather than just copping a squat All of this would be fine, I guess, except that then she gets into all this fear mongering bs about how women shouldn t sit on public toilets Dude, unless you are in the habit of licking the seats, you ll be fine Standing or squatting just leaves the seat splattered with pee for the next person to encounter at least she could have advised standing pissers to lift the seat


  2. Mont& Mont& says:

    First thing you can t be put off by the title This is another book that I picked up at a gun show and, honestly, I don t think I would have bought it in a normal bookstore The author isn t going for shock value she has a very humorous preface detailing the anguish she went through in trying to pick a title that conveyed her subject and the seriousness with which she treats her subject Meyer states that she felt that all euphemisms for doing your business were distracting and honestl First thing you can t be put off by the title This is another book that I picked up at a gun show and, honestly, I don t think I would have bought it in a normal bookstore The author isn t going for shock value she has a very humorous preface detailing the anguish she went through in trying to pick a title that conveyed her subject and the seriousness with which she treats her subject Meyer states that she felt that all euphemisms for doing your business were distracting and honestly unnecessary I disagree with most of what I hear from the greens but this book is actually useful and practical Meyer wrote it because in her own camping experiences she quickly saw that she and her city friends were pretty clueless when it came to taking care of one of the most basic human needs how to take a dump outdoors without getting a turd in your boot One lesson that all of us could take from this is If you pack it in, then pack it out or if you re too sqeamish to do that know what to do with your waste so the area will be unspoiled for the next person that comes along


  3. FridasMom Zamora FridasMom Zamora says:

    hope to learn how to pee in the woods without soaking my socks.


  4. Jc Jc says:

    I have known of this book for 20 years and always been curious Of course, it is a rather limited audience, but for those of you who backpack, canoe camp, or otherwise hit the wilderness outside of pit toiletville, the topic of this book is really very serious and important Written in a friendly straightforward manner as evidenced by the author s carefully described argument as to why it was important to say shit instead of beating around the bush with apolite turn of phrase , this boo I have known of this book for 20 years and always been curious Of course, it is a rather limited audience, but for those of you who backpack, canoe camp, or otherwise hit the wilderness outside of pit toiletville, the topic of this book is really very serious and important Written in a friendly straightforward manner as evidenced by the author s carefully described argument as to why it was important to say shit instead of beating around the bush with apolite turn of phrase , this book sounds like a joke but is actually a very practical primer about how to do something you thought you already did perfectly well Of course, the book usually shows up in jokey novelty shops but it actually tain t no joke


  5. Robert Robert says:

    This book is good in that the relevant information is sound, unfortunately the topic merits only a long magazine article The rest is padding.


  6. Marco Pavan Marco Pavan says:

    Interesting and quite well written however, nothing i did not already know and or cautiously practiced.


  7. Jesse Tilley Jesse Tilley says:

    I was not expecting the book s title to be so literal.


  8. Wendi Lau Wendi Lau says:

    Lots of stories Funny Enlightening Very useful Using a snowball on my ass might be the most realistic thing I d try for number 2 A stick sounds scary.


  9. Tima Tima says:

    If you spend any time at all in the great out of doors, you ll need to know how to properly use the bathroom The author has researched all of the various methods packing it out, burying it, etc and has presented the results of her research in a clear, concise, and occasionally amusing book.I would NEVER have chosen to review this book But when my husband heard me laughing about the title, he assured me that the book was somewhat famous and purported to be highly amusing I didn t see anywh If you spend any time at all in the great out of doors, you ll need to know how to properly use the bathroom The author has researched all of the various methods packing it out, burying it, etc and has presented the results of her research in a clear, concise, and occasionally amusing book.I would NEVER have chosen to review this book But when my husband heard me laughing about the title, he assured me that the book was somewhat famous and purported to be highly amusing I didn t see anywhere listed that this was an audio book I would have never gotten an audio book I detest audio books So bear that in mind when reading this review.The author begins the book with the history of how the 3rd edition came to be a bit boring and why she thought this was the best title okay She then sets out to give her reasoning for writing the book with several amusing stories of people and their accidents She then proceeds to explain how and where to properly use the bathroom in the wild I had hoped for wayfunny than I actually received The reader s voice was amusing, but the content was just way to wordy If I d been reading a paper book I think I could have skimmed and would have been a lot less glassy eyed when I finished.In summery, I wouldn t recommend the audio book But the paper book might be worth a skim for the avid outdoors men who wants to hear the pros and cons of poop in the woods I received this book free of charge from Goodreads in exchange for my honest review


  10. Erin Erin says:

    I didn t think an entire book on how to shit in the woods would be necessary, but this one has some good info in it and some funny stories I ve seen enough stupid stuff in the woods to know thatpeople should read this book The book covers ideas for proper form, location, etiquette, how to pack it out, water filtration, and most importantly the environmental impacts of our actions.


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