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My Boyfriend's Poo Stories
My Boyfriend's Poo Stories10/11/11| Sheri BoehmI have been with my boyfriend for the last 18 years. Even when we were early into our relationship he would come out of the bathroom to describe his poo to me even when I told him not to. Boys will be boys. Anyway, as the years went on I thought to myself I should of written a book on his poo stories, I figure I have heard at least 6,408 and then some. It seems that every time he eats he has to poo. So the total number of stories would really be far greater then the one listed above.
When I was on a vacation in Calif. recently, my family went to eat at a famous Fish Store, (the name escapes me now) but after eating we went in the store that connected to the restaurant, called The Bass Pro Shops. I was just looking around and my eyes caught (no pun intended) sight of a stack of books. I love books by the way. Anyway when my eyes caught a book titled "What's Your Poo telling you?" I knew I had to have it. When I showed my family (they knew why I was buying it of course) some of them said, "Oh, I heard about that book, I want a copy".
When I arrived back home in Florida, I gave it to my boyfriend as a gift. He first laughed at me but he then started reading it. I made sure it was in the bathroom where he spends a lot of time in anyway, (sometimes 30 minutes or longer) so he could finish reading it. Not more than two days went by and I noticed he wasn't coming out of the bathroom to describe his newest poo to me. Now 3 months later I haven't heard any of his poo stories.
So I would love to shake the hands with the author's who wrote this book. I've been liberated and it feels so good!
Thank you, thank you a million times over because the chapter on his poo stories has now ended. Bless you.
Squat10/11/11| Sheri BoehmAfter I bought this book my niece said she always wanted to get a copy. She has a 5 year-old who takes all his clothes off then gets up on the toilet to squat. Everyone she told about his habits thought the child was weird, but upon reading the chapter of Sit vs. Squat made people respect him more. We had a good laugh about that. She later said that when she wipes after his squat, the paper is usually clean. Go figure!
I always wanted to know this stuff
I always wanted to know this stuff10/11/11| Sue MaguireAs I expected, I really enjoyed this little book. I have always known my poo was telling me something, and now I know what! Great as a bathroom reader. I hope my guests enjoy it as much as I have.
Thanks a lot, Dr. Stool
Thanks a lot, Dr. Stool10/11/11| Holly GarrisonOK, I know this book is "hilarious" and all, but did I really need to have my husband coming out of the bathroom every morning sharing the detailed medical analysis of his daily "poo-phoria"??? No, I most certainly did not. 2 stars for #2 (though if you asked the man of the house, it would be 5+). Unfortunately, he's "dropping the kids off at the pool" right now, and undoubtedly getting his talking points ready, so I'm afraid he doesn't get to vote on this one.