Know your asshole footprint

Written By: - Date published: 6:10 pm, October 8th, 2007 - 2 comments
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From Vanity Fair:

Regrettably, some [people] are simply not aware of how large an asshole footprint they leave on the planet. Here, Vanity Fair offers a questionnaire that will help such individuals determine the size and breadth of their footprint. If you answer “yes” to four or more of the questions for your age group, it is incumbent upon you to take urgent measures to reduce your asshole footprint.

Here’s the full article – (complete with questionnaire and tips on reducing your asshole footprint should you fail the test).

2 comments on “Know your asshole footprint”

  1. Nih 1

    I scored a 1. A very flaky 1.

    I probably get another point for being chuffed I scored so low when I would have absolutely failed the 14-26 age group test had I been younger.

  2. all_your_base 2

    Haha 🙂

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