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Uncle John's Legendary Lost Bathroom Reader (Uncle John's Bathroom Reader #5-7)

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Long ago, Bathroom Reader fans everywhere cried out in terror when Uncle John’s legendary 5th, 6th, and 7th editions were taken out of print. But then they rejoiced at the release of this ginormous book: Uncle John’s Legendary Lost Bathroom Reader! Weighing in at a whopping 673 pages, the entire texts of those long-lost editions have been reanimated into one of the BRI’s a ...more
Paperback, 678 pages
Published May 7th 2002 by Portable Press
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Jeanette  "Astute Crabbist"

Full Disclosure: I have never read this book in the bathroom. Not even once.
Camden Brannon
This book is great it has so much information and made me laugh at every turn. I have learned more on the toilet reading this book than I have at school. This is another great bathroom reader. I hope to read more bathroom readers in the future.
Roberto Scarlato
Picture this- youre on the john, workin' hard. Many days and nights go by when each time you have to go to the bathroom, like my brother, you are holding your legs tight and squirming to find something to read before you . . . do your business. Look no further. Behold, it's the legendary lost bathroom reader. It is packed full with all the things that a bathroom reader needs: Facts, quizzes, interesting trivia, history, word games, word puzzles, mysterious articles and more. It will keep you bus ...more
S.G. Rainbolt
This book had just about everything. It made me cry, frown, laugh and reflect on true events. I bought this book on a whim and it was the best joke-and-more book I've read. I didn't give it a 5-star because it fell in the toilet and ballooned after it dried.... just kidding. I think it needed a bit more organization. So, if you felt like a laugh today - you can turn to that. But if you felt like a true story to lift you up - you can turn to that. Well, this didn't have that feature. Nevertheless ...more
Andrew
A second compilation of the Uncle John books - this one covering volumes 5, 6 and 7. It definitely has some interesting and humorous material in it. Perfect for short reads and acquiring fun facts to impress your friends with. I especially like the one liners at the bottom of each page.
Molly
The entire Uncle John series is addicting and has single-handedly lead to many incidents of me "holding up the line" to the bathroom.
Larry
Total useless trivia, but fun to read when you have a couple of minutes. Fun to read, but hardly remember any of it.
Sandra
great book --lots of funny stories and hours worth of reading
William
Enjoyable. I used it for exactly what the name suggests!
Brian
I've read all 25! Love them!
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