From the author of Driving on the Wrong Side of the Road comes a collection of seven comical essays about bathroom emergencies.
Award-winning humorist Diana Estill shares her family's funniest colonic calamities: a marathon race cut short by "bubble gut," a snorkel trip ruined by a Caribbean buffet, and a "hell burger" that defended its title against her normally demure daughter-in-law, and more. Stranded without wipes when only a fire hose could do the job, each victim gains more than renewed appreciation for indoor plumbing.
Anyone who's ever suffered a case of "traveler's trots" or been brought to his knees by the lack of porcelain will relate to these tales of digestive disasters.
An IBS (Irritable Bowel Syndrome) sufferer, Estill courageously comes out of the bushes and ventures past the bounds of "too much information" to confess some of life's most embarrassing--yet funniest--moments.
Length: 9,000 words (approximately 36 pages)
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About the Author
Diana Estill is the author of three humor books: Driving on the Wrong Side of the Road, Deedee Divine's Totally Skewed Guide to Life, a ForeWord Magazine Book of the Year Finalist, and Stilettos No More. In addition to her full-length books, she has written two short essay collections: Crap Chronicles, and her latest, You Can't Change Crazy.