We Wish You a Poopy Christmas: Fudgy the Poopman's Collection of Christmas Classics Made Crappy

We Wish You a Poopy Christmas: Fudgy the Poopman's Collection of Christmas Classics Made Crappy

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Overview

We Wish You a Poopy Christmas: Fudgy the Poopman's Collection of Christmas Classics Made Crappy by Bonnie Miller, Nicole Narváez

A hilariously sh*tty holiday gift for everyone who loves Christmas and anyone who poops

Curl up by the fire with some steaming hot chocolate and listen to Fudgy the Poopman offer his unique take on your favorite Christmas tales. You're probably familiar with Rudolph and his red-nose; but in this book, you hear how Christmas was saved by Rupert, whose case of IBS has left him with a shining red spot on the opposite end of his reindeer body.

Like an overindulgent holiday feast, this is the gift that just keeps giving. Packaged as a high quality hardcover and fully illustrated in bright colors (as well as brown), the holiday reboots include Silent but Deadly Night, The Nutcracker’s Dilemma, and The Twelve Days of Poopmas.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781612438436
Publisher: Ulysses Press
Publication date: 08/21/2018
Pages: 64
Sales rank: 684,332
Product dimensions: 6.75(w) x 9.25(h) x (d)

About the Author

Bonnie Miller’s singular goal in life is to make others laugh, which is exactly what she hopes this book will make you do. A writer from the time she could hold a pencil, Bonnie ultimately parlayed her love of words into a career as an advertising copywriter, writing for brands like Charmin and GE. It’s the Charmin experience that helped her perfect the ever-comical poop joke, and subsequently led to the creation of this book. Bonnie lives in New York City, where you can always find her exploring new running routes and tirelessly hunting for the perfect podcast.





Nicole Narváez is a visual artist from Brooklyn, NY. She originally focused her work on oil paintings, creating colorful, realistic portraits of women. After becoming motivated to use her artwork to celebrate female icons fighting for women's equality past and present, Nicole started creating detailed 2D illustrations highlighting these women. Now she focuses her time on both sides of her work, perfecting her painting and illustration skills along the way.

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