(1) sticks a set of false teeth up his butt and bites the buttons off the back seats of taxicabs. (Not to be confused with a "snarf");
(2) hasn't read either Ambrose Bierce's "Occurrence at Owl Creek Bridge" or Alexis de Tocqueville's "Democracy in America".
"And I consider anybody a twerp who hasn't read the greatest American short story, which is "Occurrence at Owl Creek Bridge", by Ambrose Bierce. . . . It is a flawless example of American genius, like "Sophisticated Lady" by Duke Ellington or the Franklin stove.
"I consider anybody a twerp who hasn't read "Democracy in America" by Alexis de Tocqueville. There can never be a better book than that one on the strengths and vulnerabilities inherent in our form of government."
-- Kurt Vonnegut, in "A Man Without a Country".
He does this by filling a bottle with water and, while holding the bottle underwater, displaces the water inside it with intestinal gas. The bottle should be capped quickly, then labeled with the born-on date and any other pertinant data.
This technique was invented by Eichler Stench in Castro Valley, California, in the mid-1950s. He had an amazing collection of bottles well into his forties. He often carried a bottle or two to fend off Pachuco boys who wanted to beat him up. When faced with a bottle of July 17, 1958, even the most vile and greasy-haired Pachuco would turn and run.
Eichler Stench was last seen in Pacific Palisades, California.