'How to Hold a Fart In,' 'Murder for Dummies': Man Reading Quirky Books on Subway Gets Commuters' Attention
Everyone knows not to judge a book by its cover, but this man's choice of literature while riding the subway still had straphangers turning heads.
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Comedian Scott Rogowsky took to the New York Subway with 14 new books, each with a stranger title than the last.
In a video produced by Playboy, which may not be suitable to be viewed at work, Rogowsky takes to crowded subways with fake book covers and captures giggling reactions on camera.
One woman can be seen in the video nodding hesitantly as she eyes the cover, "How To Hold a Fart In: The New Rules for Career Success."
Another woman chuckles as he flips pages to "101 Penis Lengthening Tips You Can Do At Home, The Office, Or On The Go."
Some riders can even be seen looking nervously as Rogowsky thumbs through "Getting Away With Murder for Dummies."
The back cover states that readers will learn how to "hastily dispose of a body," "manipulate a Texas jury," and "spell 'Beverly Hills' correctly."
Let's just hope "Human Taxidermy: A Beginner's Guide" is the fakest of them all.