Have you ever noticed that reading a book on the toilet takes forever?
Wouldn’t it be nice to have stories suited to your specific potty needs?
From the mind of critically acclaimed author, Jaimie Engle, comes The Toilet Papers: Places to go, while you Go. This collection of short stories ranges from 50 words to more than 50 pages, separated in categories labeled to fit your bathroom needs: NUMBER ONE, NUMBER TWO, and FARFROMPOOPIN. The idea is to give you, the reader, a great deal of material to read, tailored and categorized to the needs of your intestines and bladder. So go ahead, get comfortable, pull out your Squatty Potty® and enjoy some fantasy, science fiction, horror, adventure, and humor from the comfort of your own throne…the john…the latrine…your office…the bathroom, whatever you want to call it. Just be sure to wash your hands once you’re done.
It seems like every guy I know loves hanging out in the bathroom which is a phenomena I don’t understand. Doesn’t your butt and leg muscles begin to hurt at some point being in that position on a hard surface?
For those that answer “NO” to that question and have been deemed to need to start paying rent for the amount of time they spend in the bathroom then THIS is the perfect gift for them.
Surprisingly humorous and well written for a book that is essentially designed to be read while hanging out half naked baring your most private body parts. This is probably a good place to read it because some of the humor will have you laughing so hard you’ll be glad for the position you’re already in so there’s no worry about your body’s reaction to suddenly going into spasms and emptying itself.
I liked the wide variety of stories in here because even if you don’t like one you will surely find something to keep you coming back.
It’s definitely one of those great stocking stuffers, the gift you get for the person you don’t know what to buy for or that roommate who already spends so much time in the bathroom at least this way it’ll give you peace of mind what they’re doing in there.
Thank you to Netgalley and JME Books for allowing me to review this book.
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*synopsis and pic from netgalley.com