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u/starstarstar42 · 197 pointsr/TwoXChromosomes

> Everyone poops. And sometimes, they poop after anal.

My parents always skipped that last part when they would read me that story.

u/Quijiin · 158 pointsr/books
u/lessthan10bbs · 27 pointsr/atheism

What about a book that everyone can relate to? "Everyone Poops"?

u/Setsugami · 26 pointsr/pokemon
u/BosskOnASegway · 24 pointsr/whowouldwin
u/MrWeirdoFace · 15 pointsr/news

I swear on Everyone Poops because it's universal truth we can all agree on.

u/RussianBears · 12 pointsr/ShitNsSay

Sounds like someone needs a copy of "Everybody Poops" for Christmas.

u/LLJKSiLk · 12 pointsr/relationship_advice

There's actually a really good book that might help you deal with this issue in a professional manner:

u/AssPennies · 11 pointsr/funny

Oh I do, and everytime I see her, there's poop questions. I'm probably sitting at Type 3 most days, but the spicy nugs push it to more like Type 6 (Type 7 if there's booze involved). I got her this book, and she seemed quite pleased.

Thanks for the concern though!

u/Psyentific · 11 pointsr/CanadianForces

> People on opiates don’t shit

i have a good book for you, friend

u/ANON240934 · 11 pointsr/nba

Counterpoint: Everybody poops.


u/tttigre · 10 pointsr/malefashionadvice

> 1) But...smells. And sounds. Also I'm terrified of having someone grunting and stinking it up in the stall next to me only to walk out and find out it was the cute girl from my bio lab or something.

required reading.

u/lemonadeandlavender · 10 pointsr/Parenting

I read "Oh Crap! Potty Training". The author's recommendation is to not start until they are at least 20months and can sing their ABCs. My kid was speech delayed at that age and definitely couldn't sing her ABCs (and still can't, at 2.5yrs), but we dove in right at 20m and she trained super easily compared to most of my friends' kids, even training for naps and nights. It took us like 2w to get to where I felt like I could leave the house without accidents. And she learned to say "pee pee" when she had to use the bathroom, so that was a plus.

My second born will be 20m in 1 week and I can't decide if I want to dive in and go through 2 weeks of potty training accidents to get the sweetness of never needing diapers again. It's a tough call to make!

Anyways, we used the little separate training potty at first, so that she could put herself on her potty and go pee, and then eventually moved up to setting her on the toilet with an insert which was necessary for using the restroom during outings. By the time I potty trained her, she was also sleeping in a big kid bed already which was super helpful.. I would sit her little potty on a waterproof mat on her floor and if she woke up from her nap, she could quickly sit herself on her potty before I could even get in there. She rarely had accidents in bed.

We read a lot of books about toilets... "Everybody Poops", "Potty Time", and "Once Upon a Potty". Some other books I liked were "Diapers are Not Forever", "Potty", and "Let's Go Potty, Elmo!".

u/totallynotcaitlin · 10 pointsr/TrollXChromosomes
u/redoctoberz · 9 pointsr/datingoverthirty

Someone needs to re-read Everyone Poops by Taro Gomi.

u/_Stole_Your_Bike · 9 pointsr/TumblrInAction

This is clearly the work of the Patriarchy. Boycott this book everyone.

u/P0rtableAnswers · 9 pointsr/NintendoSwitch
u/SmellsLikeDogBuns · 8 pointsr/college

I know it sounds silly, but I got my body on a rhythm where I had to poop everyday around 10 am, when I knew everyone was out of the building. If I had to go at another time, I searched out an empty bathroom if possible because I find it uncomfortable and awkward.

You lose a lot of privacy in college, it just happens when there are a bunch of people living all together. You'll have to adapt, and be comfortable with your body and its natural functions. Have you read Everyone Poops?

u/sec713 · 8 pointsr/whatsthisbug

LOL I have a book recommendation for you, OP.

u/barnacledoor · 7 pointsr/tifu

Never have to poop on the go? Come on. We're adults. Do we need to get this book for the people who are so afraid of bodily functions?

u/_George_Costanza_ · 7 pointsr/Showerthoughts

If you forget every time that the human body has a process whereby we expel unused, unneeded or dead material I think there is a book out there that may help you.

Found it! "Everyone Poops" by Taro Gomi

u/frznwffls · 7 pointsr/funny
u/Brigaragirabe · 7 pointsr/sex

Everyone should know about this book.

We got sent an epic picture by a co-worker on maternity leave. Legend will remember it as "The Oil Spill."

u/TheWardCleaver · 6 pointsr/consulting

Everyone Poops

Buy it here

u/honging · 6 pointsr/Sneakers

Damn dude I gotta buy everybody a copy of Everyone Poops (Turtleback Binding Edition)

u/jolanar · 6 pointsr/OneY
u/cos_caustic · 5 pointsr/AskScienceFiction

Really you're just asking who the most powerful character in fiction is, since, as we all know...

u/emfrank · 5 pointsr/IncelTears

Perhaps their parents never bought this book...

Edit typo - nevery is not a word.

u/DavidRFZ · 5 pointsr/MapPorn

Somebody does not like Nancy Pelosi and has not read this classic book.

u/xandr00 · 5 pointsr/booksuggestions

Everyone Poops by Taro Gomi

ISBN-10: 0613685725

ISBN-13: 978-0613685726

Unfortunately I couldn't find a Kindle version. This shook my core. Once I found out that girls, in fact, do poop I was never the same again.

u/ignorantConservative · 5 pointsr/unpopularopinion

May I suggest this for some light reading?

u/AssumeIveNever · 5 pointsr/Marvel
u/mckeefner · 4 pointsr/pettyrevenge
u/twinkling_star · 4 pointsr/TwoXChromosomes

To heck with that. Put a copy of this in every stall:

u/zarook · 4 pointsr/Cumberbitches
u/AnomalousAvocado · 4 pointsr/Wellthatsucks

You didn't get the sequel, Everyone Poops?

u/stackshotbill · 4 pointsr/AdviceAnimals

Just own it man, you're in there to drop heat like the rest of us.

Also, this might help you with your troubles

u/ADumbButCleverName · 4 pointsr/blogsnark

That just seems like such a waste of energy to me! Everybody poops!

u/ozlet · 3 pointsr/TwoXChromosomes

You should buy them this book, and leave it on their desks :) Maybe that will help them.

Sorry you had to feel annoyed by them.

u/wtdfwwfb · 3 pointsr/WTF
u/crackyJsquirrel · 3 pointsr/offbeat

Sounds like we have some required reading of "Everybody poops".

u/uncle_soondead · 3 pointsr/DnD
u/awesome-yes · 3 pointsr/NoStupidQuestions


Everyone Poops (Turtleback Binding Edition)

u/nukeyoo · 3 pointsr/AdviceAnimals
u/FriscoGuy · 3 pointsr/news
u/ThisIsLifeIsThis · 3 pointsr/androidapps

Not sure how it works but will you run into TM/Copywrite issues with

u/Troutmaggedon · 3 pointsr/baseballcirclejerk

Is it really NSFW tho? Everyone poops

u/giantspeck · 3 pointsr/Tucson

I mean, there's even a helpful book on the subject.

u/GermanicusNero · 3 pointsr/opiates
u/chronus_poo · 3 pointsr/TheDickShow

So step one is to get good at something useful. I suggest plumbing because everyone poops. Source.

u/upvoter222 · 3 pointsr/NoStupidQuestions
u/Wetbung · 3 pointsr/awwwtf
u/illogical_cpt · 3 pointsr/youtubehaiku
u/ThatWolf · 3 pointsr/ReefTank
u/SuperSane · 3 pointsr/booksuggestions
u/Dishwasher823 · 3 pointsr/LifeProTips
u/Kiki_Go_Night_Night · 2 pointsr/confession

Before I realized that I had a really bad allergy to dairy, I went through a period of about 3 months with severe poop issues. I became afraid to be more than 15 minutes away from a bathroom.

I now had the dairy issue figured out, but I am still afraid of shitting myself. The anxiety causes IBS, which then increases the anxiety. Vicious circle.

The good new is that everybody poops.

u/Sariel007 · 2 pointsr/LifeProTips

LPT: Read this book..

u/BabyFeverish · 2 pointsr/BabyBumps

Haha! This brings back some memories! My mom bought this book for me as a little kid, as well as Everyone Poops, by Taro Gomi.

u/CaptainHilders · 2 pointsr/relationships

I think they meant the book.

u/LandSeagull · 2 pointsr/EQNext

Well, I think a bear eating a small dagger is a bit of a stretch. Maybe the wand, but perhaps wand parts. I don't think bears are quite dumb enough to eat giant twigs without a second thought. Actually, I quite like the idea of wand parts. Makes just a little bit more sense. I mean, the problem with the idea of "well it ate this" is that "Everyone Poops", if you know what I mean. Although like I said, it's more of an issue with the sheer principle of a bear not noticing a dagger in its daily meal.

u/NohoTwoPointOh · 2 pointsr/SingleDads

Much of it comes from Puritanical roots. Perhaps things are different now, but when I was young, Judeo-Christian households carried a certain amount of shame associated with sex, sexual organs, and discussions about them.

More shame and discomfort also comes from society trying to paint every man as some kind of molester. This may even be the biggest factor. This is nothing more than internalized misandry that men must overcome for the sake of their daughters. But internalized misandry it is. There is also external misandry. When shopping pre-K schools for my daughter, I asked if there were any male teachers (as I prefer a balance). I was told by a female teacher that it would be considered a "safety risk" by many parents. I wanted to tell her that sexual abuse convictions of female educators have tripled in the past decade. But I noped right out of there and found a better school. That said, this is what dads face on a daily basis.

As men, it is very easy for us to internalize such blatant misandry. My example is simply one of many that we face each week. Luckily, I did not have the same amount of religious programming as my peers. I just had to face society's anti-male pressures. I can see it being more difficult for my peers who were raised in parochial schools and deeply religious homes.

It takes a mindset to say "Fuck em. This is my daughter and I am her father. We can talk about our bodies. We should talk about our bodies. There is nothing wrong, shameful or dirty about it. "

I was the first to comfortably broach the subject with my daughter. I taught her to wipe and why there is an order of operations. She would happly sing the "Down in the front, up in the back" song that I taught her. Ask her why? "So I don't get Mr. Germ and Mrs. Bacteria in my buh-gina..." Fucking hilarious! And that's exactly what the topic needs, right? A bit of child-like levity.

What has also helped me is to use books from cultures that are not ashamed of the body.

The "where did I come from" question was addressed at 2-3 years old with this one. There are some other Japanese books we used, but I cannot find them online.

Body functions


When they get older this one is more appropriate.

I have to admit, the more you read and talk with them about the subject, the easier it gets. I also got kids' anatomy books to go over the various systems. Using clinical terms helps remove discomfort as does talking about genitals in terms of our pets ("Sada the dog has testicles because he is a boy dog. Men and boys also have testicles just like Sada".)

Regarding inappropriate touching, I find that fathers are probably better at explaining boundaries as we are usually the ones who are more adept at setting clear and consistent boundaries for our children through fatherly discipline. Once we were comfortable discussing the body, it was easy to discuss inappropriate touches. We checked this book out from the library. Good concept, mediocre execution. This one was much better and enjoyable.

These books (and subsequent discussions) helped us set a baseline and standard in the younger years builds trust that moves on to the adolescent and pre-teen years. One of the men in our Dad's Group has a teenage daughter. He was the one who taught her daughter different ways of dealing with her period (cup vs pad vs tampon). He has a wonderful bond with his daughter that was set quite early. That guy has been a great influence on all and has helped many of us remove the shame and stigma around approaching the female body.

A few random factors.

- I grew up in a multi-generational house that had at least 2 girls and women at any one time.

- I have also had plenty of girlfriends and serious (cohabitating) relationships. One girlfriend had ovarian cysts, one girlfriend had very unusually rough 7-day periods. Of course, we discussed these things together.

- I probably found my parents' copy of "The Joy of Sex" at a bit of an early age, too.

- I was the first class in my state to have sex-ed in school. This is when I was living in America. It was very controversial, as we started as 5th graders. Many parents protested this (again, American Puritan roots).

All of these things demystified female genitals and has helped with my comfort with discussions around the female body.

A bit of a ramble. But it breaks my heart to see fathers allow terrible people to drive a wedge between them and successful parental relationships with their daughters. I am skeptical of university studies, as most seek to paint men is a negative light. Perhaps this study will be no different. But maybe this post might help some dads with their discussions and relationships with daughters.

u/chronikfunk · 2 pointsr/LifeProTips

There is a book called Everyone Poops get over it, you do it, I do it, everyone's poop smells. It's okay.
Edit: Not saying let it linger, or drop an upper decker.

u/thewholedamnplanet · 2 pointsr/fatlogic
u/ksaj · 2 pointsr/pics

Thankfully she wasn't reading Everyone Poops. That sure would be embarrassing.

u/sominnsny67 · 2 pointsr/movies're going to be old gross and naked and you're going to take a shit in the next 48 hours tops. Because you're not a special snowflake. You don't bypass your humanity by scolding others for theirs. You hate naked people and people who take shits? We are all naked and we all poop. This means: You hate or will hate every person in the world, including yourself. You need to see someone professionally about your mindset. Good luck.

Here is a classic you should check out:
It's called Everyone Poops. You can even read it next time you're on the toilet!

u/palordrolap · 2 pointsr/self

In addition:

Everybody poops

... or they have too much money or a medical condition and go for colonic irrigation. Still counts as pooping.

The Queen of England poops. The President of the USA poops. You poop. I poop. We all poop for ice poop.

Uh ... Maybe not that last one. Sounds uncomfortable.

Just make sure they don't poop in the water cooler.

u/jzpenny · 2 pointsr/PropagandaPosters
u/DragoonDM · 2 pointsr/todayilearned
u/BryanVision · 1 pointr/videos

Now I'm thinking this world needs a sequel to Everyone Poops.

Call it, Everyone Poops Their Pants.

Every one of us begins our life pooping all over ourselves.

We do it proudly and without shame. Multiple times a day.

And other people willingly clean it up for us. When we get old, some of us even go out pooping our pants. Why do we shame ourselves and each other over poop? Sure it's gross, but so what?

u/BJUmholtz · 1 pointr/AdviceAnimals
u/Cruel_Melody · 1 pointr/OkCupid
u/kimipixi · 1 pointr/PolishGauntlet

i really think you should go with this book because of hilarious reasons AHEM!

I've deleted a lot of my WL too.. I had over a hundred items and now I'm getting closer to under 80!! WOO! Also, I followed you on tumbls! ;]

The sun is finally shining today!!! I'm looking forward to a dry day at work and I'm trying very hard to snag this marker sketch from an artist I adore.

ps - i probably stink.. haven't showered yet - yum!

u/LoudMusic · 1 pointr/TrollXChromosomes

Everyone Poops.

It's a good read. I've reread it a few times, in fact. ;)

u/Crustyoldbastard · 1 pointr/writing

Depending on the target audience, nonsensical rhymes may be appropriate. Books for very young children are not vehicles for conveying some soul-shattering insight into the human condition, but are more for laying down the fundamentals upon which literacy will be built.
Check out Max's Ride, where the protagonist goes down a hill; Max (of titular notability) and his sister both exclaim "STOP!" at the much anticipated denouement. Not much in the way of plot, but it works on the ideas of printed text (follow with your finger as you read to the little ones) and basic verbs.
Other basic ideas can be conveyed to very young children using simplistic verbiage and a limited lexicon-- frequently these involve body functions such as sneezing, going potty, and pooping. Many others deal with counting, colors, or shapes.

You can see the increasing complexity of the story line as the target age increases. My two year old daughters lose focus on more complex books such as most Berenstain Bears stories even now, but we are heading in that direction.

Still, with all that being said, there are certainly varying degrees of quality in children's books.

Even if this is indeed a truly revolting mass of half-assed effluvium that would offend every last fiber of your being, treat it (as others have recommended) as a resume builder.

u/JimmyHavok · 1 pointr/news

Let me rcommend a little book to you: Everyone Poops.

No one is going to care about video of the door of a toilet stall, no matter what kind of sounds accompany it.

u/Rucer44 · 1 pointr/tifu
u/cakemonster · 1 pointr/Bulldogs
u/lldpell · 1 pointr/vegan

Thanks for the link, I actually did good "coronado feeders" and found that they work on feedlots. Which confused me as I wasnt sure if they produce animal feed or if they feed animals. Neither sound horrible to me.(again I guess Im missing something, its hard being new around some people here)

The lake of shit is gross. No where near "one of the most disgusting things Ive ever seen". Some people have an issue with feces, this book really helped my son when he was having issues check it out.


u/thedeadrabbit · 1 pointr/books

Everyone Poops. Mind Blown.

u/ThisOldHatte · 1 pointr/AMA

>I'm really wishing I had used a throwaway. Concerned my husband or brothers will figure out who I am and be ashamed of me for redditing about my poo. Oh well.

If that happens there is a book that can help explain that pooping is nothing to be ashamed of.

u/Singular_Thought · 1 pointr/fffffffuuuuuuuuuuuu

It really is just a fart. It is natural and everyone does it.

Same goes for taking a shit. I read a book about it.

u/CalibanDrive · 1 pointr/NoStupidQuestions
u/Nitroburner3000 · 1 pointr/AskMen

What are you doing in there that you don't want a woman to see/hear? Unless you're doing something odd, women do all the same things. No reason for embarrassment or discomfort.

u/Will_Power · 1 pointr/pics

Dude, we all make shit. They even wrote a book about it.

u/e36 · 1 pointr/AskReddit

Maybe you should get him this book?

u/KyOatey · 1 pointr/tifu
u/Marmalade6 · 1 pointr/orangeisthenewblack
u/adopted_by_bunnies · 1 pointr/tifu

this happened years ago and they still haven't gotten you an autographed copy of "Everyone Poops"? ;)

u/woodworkerlars · 1 pointr/woodworking
u/filthpickle · 1 pointr/Showerthoughts

This may also help you out.

u/Somedamnguy · 1 pointr/biology

Let's have a look at your question:

You first ask the % absorption of foods. Then, with no answer or data, you assume it is very low. Then, you assume this is due to poor nutrition without running a control to see what the absorption is with a healthy diet. You then blame "pop-culture" without any evidence. Do you understand why this is a terrible way to go about anything?

The first step of the scientific method is observation, not wild conjecture. You need to make an observation before you ask a question.

As to your actual question: People poop for several reasons, it is completely natural and everyone poops. Part of the reason is due to non water-soluble products of metabolite decomposition ie. stercobilin, as well as indigestible starches that form the structure of plants.

You claim that people excrete more than they consume: They do not, else we would all be dead within 2 weeks.

You claim excretion is a physical ailment caused by pop-culture: It is not, everyone poops, we have fossilized dinosaur poop. We're the dinosaurs victims of pop-culture?

u/Eccentrica_Gallumbit · 1 pointr/HomeImprovement

I think people need to get over their social anxiety with using the bathroom. Might I recommend some light reading material next time you're doing the deed.

Having a quiet fan is nice when someone's showering while you're sleeping in the next room, as my wife and I do with alternate schedules.

u/ROFLQUOFFLE · 1 pointr/AdviceAnimals

I bet he is full of shit

u/REMAIN_IN_LIGHT · 1 pointr/outrun
u/DroolingIguana · 1 pointr/gaming
u/diagonaldude · 1 pointr/Showerthoughts
u/Mikeb43 · 1 pointr/CasualConversation

I mean I sort of understand where you're coming from but in reality who wants to watch you poop and why would you care. If someone wants to go through the trouble to watch me take a shit and then sit above it while I play games or browse reddit then so be it. It's not like this is abnormal behaviour.


u/Hornswaggle · 1 pointr/PublicFreakout

Ha ha! You went that far back in my profile? Now who’s living in who’s head? Hilarious.

Everybody Poops:

Everyone Poops (Turtleback Binding Edition)

Have your parents get it.

u/scootter82 · 1 pointr/AdviceAnimals
u/lnfinity · 1 pointr/gifs
u/TLettuce · 1 pointr/ems
u/777Sir · 1 pointr/DotA2

> People are weird as shit with their needs.

Poop's not weird, man

u/mrg58 · 1 pointr/explainlikeimfive

Seems like you have a case of poop shame. Perhaps you should read a book.

u/Nick_Burns_ThatsMe · 1 pointr/Conservative

No one can tax poo, my friend.

u/wristrule · 1 pointr/AskWomen

While I am not a woman, may I recommend some helpful literature on the subject?

u/Eclectix · 1 pointr/pics
u/TimmyFTW · 1 pointr/sydney

> I love that being an adult who gives 0 fucks means I can say "I was having a shit" and then they're the embarrassed ones not me

That's pretty much how I got over it. Maybe read him this book?

u/shiner_man · 1 pointr/videos

WTF!? This is a thing on reddit? I've never seen this before.

Everyone Poops by Taro Gomi.

u/59616D6D69654E6F6F62 · 1 pointr/motorcycles

You should read this

u/naftidder · 0 pointsr/funny
u/sdgfunk · 0 pointsr/NoStupidQuestions

It stands to reason that they would. Everyone poops

Of course, reason doesn't exactly apply to zombies.

u/satanclauz · 0 pointsr/CrazyIdeas
u/PM_ME_YOUR_ZR · -3 pointsr/trashy

Literally everyone does it
Meanwhile, masturbation is taught to be a shameful practice. That is wrong and the only way to change how it's viewed is to talk about it. Nothing gets solved by ignoring uncomfortable subjects.

u/popname · -6 pointsr/politics

The Tea Party was civilized enough to provide trash cans for their garbage and portable toilets for their sewage. Were these liberals entirely unaware that such infrastructure was needed, or completely unwilling to take responsibility for it?

Maybe the book Everyone Poops needs to be made required reading in all urban school districts.

u/basherella · -44 pointsr/AmItheAsshole

Asking for a key isn't "discussing their bathroom usage". It's asking for a key.

But there's a great book on this very subject, maybe OP and his ilk should look into it.