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What's Your Poo Telling You? Hardcover – May 3, 2007
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About the Author
Josh Richman has an MBA from Stanford University and lives in the San Francisco Bay Area.
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1) NEVER trust a fart!!!
2) White Castle burgers after a night of drinking... NOT a good idea.
3) Eating a block of cheese in one sitting will be regretted for days.
4) When the urge to poo strikes during a commute home, you are in store for some agony.
The closer you get to home, the greater the sense of urgency.
You lean heavily on the steering wheel. You break into a cold sweat. Suddenly you realize that there is now a remote chance that you may not make it to the toilet.
You harshly stifle the nervous giggling of your fellow passengers. You forbid them to ask you anything that requires a verbal response... your full concentration focused intently on sphincter control.
Upon arriving home you exit your car, walk funny to the front door... and finally taking the last few painful steps toward the toilet almost like a zombie... butt cheeks clenched together... sweat beading on upper lip... hoping against hope that you'll make it to the seat before you "launch the hamster"...
So yeah, I've learned a thing or two about life from my poo. But I never thought to write a book about it.
So anyhoo... this is the end of my review. Thanks for your kind interest in what my poo is telling me.
So ask yourself... What's YOUR poo telling you?
And I mean you need to think beyond it's garbled, unintelligible "fart language" and it's chronic bad breath,,,
Next time you "give birth to a Chris Christie" or "take the Browns to the Super Bowl" I want you to look down in that bowl and I want you to say to those turds... "WHA????????"
Just maybe you'll learn a little something about life.
It's almost like a child's book. It is entertaining and contains some nice information, but would I pay for it again? Probably not at this price. If it was under $5, maybe. If you can get it at a library, you can finish it in less than 30 minutes. Useful and funny stuff, but it was too light weight for me so I am not sure it's worth the money.
Some of the chapters are: " Monster Poo, Pebble Poo, Camouflage Poo, Hanging Chad, Number Three, Ring of Fire..."
There are people who would not want to read about this subject. They will never have the understanding then. If you have a curious mind and a decent amount of sense of humor, you will appreciate this book.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I bought this for a white elephant gift exchange for Christmas and it was perfect! It's a great price point, it's funny and it's actually informative. I would definitely recommend!Published 1 day ago by Brea Tschopp
Crap, this was not quite what I was expecting... This is not a dissertation on poop. Quite the opposite... Read morePublished 11 days ago by nambo
Love this book! Someone visiting my house liked it so much I bought them a copy!Published 13 days ago by R. Caltrider
I read this little book in one sitting - but not on the loo, even though my husband did set it beside the commode! Read morePublished 19 days ago by Terry H. Mccann
Not as good as his other book "What's my Pee Telling Me."
I thought it would provide a quick glimpse regarding health and eating habits - this is more comedy.
The book is funny but the way I received it was not, I bought it for a gag gift but unfortunately the book was bent which made it looked used and I really don't want to give... Read morePublished 1 month ago by jennifer nobles
A useful little compendium on poo, something all of us have experienced, yet never discuss. Helpful drawings and explanations of how our digested matter makes it's way out and the... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Joyce Sawczuk