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Do you enjoy humor in all of its myriad forms? Are you looking for a laugh or two or more? Well, your search ends here, for Don't Sh*t in My Toilet by Christian Hardesty is just what you're looking for. Brace yourself for an absurd odyssey of satire and poop-oriented humor that displays the flaws of humanity like a shining badge of honor. You will find excerpts on lawyers for hire who fight on behalf of people's right to poop, build your conspiracy theory kits, and families for sale to people who hate their own. Apart from these abnormal adverts, the book contains sketch comedy, texts to blow your mind (metaphorically, of course), signs you peaked in high school, riddles, songs and poetry, FAQs, eulogies for random inanimate objects, and much more.
If you're someone who doesn't take yourself too seriously and loves self-deprecating humor, you will feel at home with Don't Sh*t in My Toilet. Christian Hardesty finds a way to tickle your funny bone with a combination of satirical absurdist humor that doesn't shy away from tackling issues related to the human excretory process. The narrative is witty, clever, and almost always self-aware. I genuinely found myself chuckling out loud several times. Some of the excerpts like "Signs you peaked in high school" hit too close to home for comfort, unfortunately. Good satire always contains at least a grain of truth in it. I thoroughly enjoyed it and can't recommend it enough.