Have you ever been somewhere and suddenly you’re hit with – “I gotta go!”Uh-h...“I REALLY gotta go...NOW!”And..yikes!..there’s no place to go!My wife’s first reaction to reading this story was, "There’s no way you’re putting this in print! At least for the sake of the family, you must NOT use your real name!"“Ok...ok...I promised!”To the dismay of my kids, the story has been a well-known favorite at family gatherings for decades.
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One reviewer wrote:“Your book needs a warning label,” so here it is:*** WARNING *** Graphic Embarrassment!(I still chuckle over that review.)
What others have said:
"While reading Vic Latrine’s story about his embarrassing moments, I laughed right out loud and kept laughing for about an hour afterward. The author is a master storyteller who knows how to build a captivating story that keeps escalating. When you think the embarrassment can’t get any worse, it does. Although the story is potty humor, it is not risqué in any way." – D. in OH
"I can so relate to this story...but only to a small degree. Vic can tell a whopper of a story. I laughed so hard while I read this that I started tooting and hooting so loud my wife thought I was crying. Vic, keep them coming!" – D.Y.
"I've had my fair share of embarrassments but none quite so severe. This story is hilarious and was well worth the dollar I spent. My day has been made!" – J.H.
There are cheap books for adults that can deliver a few belly laughs, and there are true stories of real life experiences that are downright awkward, butt in the end, this little book fits more into the category of poop books for adults. I know that doesn’t make it best selling non fiction or even best selling true stories, but I think one thing is certain – this short little read will be, well...memorable, and you’ll probably be glad you don’t have an embarrassing moment that tops this!Remember though, if you don’t find bathroom humor funny, then...don’t read this book! Otherwise, enjoy the read. – Vic Latrine (Not real name for the sake of my wife and kids!)