What’s Your Poo Telling You? by Josh Richman and Anish Sheth M.D.
Illustrated by Peter Arkle, Chronicle Books, 96 pages
If you’re like me, you probably enjoy a good read while droppin’ a deuce. And if you’re not like me, don’t judge; no, just take a look at all the Uncle John’s reader’s in the humour section of the local bookstore. Who’s laughing now? Uncle John, all the way to the bank!
Obviously, I’m not alone.
A Christmas gift from my lovely wife, Mrs LeBrain, What’s Your Poo Telling You? by Josh Richman and Dr. Anish Sheth, is an informative illustrated reference book. For health purposes. For example, let’s say you encounter the health problem known colloquially as “Log Jam”. Turn to page 62: lack of water and/or dietary fiber cause stool to be too hard to pass. Ahh! I see! Treatment: enemas or…ewwww!…”manual disimpaction”.
Other conditions or events covered in the book include: “Floaters vs. Sinkers”, “Rambo Poo”, “Number Three” (aka “Butt Piss”), the “Streak”, and many more. Each article includes health tips, a biology lesson of the gastrointestinal variety, and many are illustrated.
There are also interesting factual articles to enjoy, such as a page on dinosaur droppings, and one on toilets owned by presidents and royalty.
For even more fun, be sure to check out the sequel, What’s My Pee Telling Me? This helpful tome includes content on farts, pee, and even more poo. New conditions discussed include “Itchy Poo” and “Poonami”.
I strongly recommended one or both of these books to concerned citizens everywhere.