The Poop That Took a Pee
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The Poop That Took a Pee

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The Poop That Took a Pee

Chapter 1:

Douglas had to poop, his butt was all stinky because he had to poop so badly. There was a gross woman named Rebecca who was sunbathing all naked and she was fat. Douglas walked up to her and said, "I need to poop". "Okay, Rebecca replied, "I like poop". Douglas squatted down over the fat sunbathing lady and went poop. The poop sat there on...more
Hardcover, Sequal, 5 pages
Published March 26th 2010 by South Park Books

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Elliot
Apr 20, 2010 Elliot rated it 5 of 5 stars
Recommends it for: Everyone alive
Recommended to Elliot by: Leapold "Butters" Stoch
The Poop That Took a Pee

Chapter 1:

Douglas had to poop, his butt was all stinky because he had to poop so badly. There was a gross woman named Rebecca who was sunbathing all naked and she was fat. Douglas walked up to her and said, "I need to poop". "Okay, Rebecca replied, "I like poop". Douglas squatted down over the fat sunbathing lady and went poop. The poop sat there on Rebecca's boobs, looking like a weiner.

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"Why are we here?", Douglas cried as poop came out his weiner in a long thin strip...more
Giselle Roberts
So, The Poop That Took a Pee came out shortly after the success of the revolutionary Tale of Scrotie McBoogerballs. How does it hold up?

It's... okay, I guess? Not what I was expecting, and the writing style is much different than Scrotie's. I guess Stotch was trying to experiment. I don't know how to describe it, but Poop That Took a Pee is like the "Godfather: Part III" to Parts I & II and the "Dark Knight Rises" to the earlier Batman films in the Nolan trilogy. Good, but... not as good.

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Than
I just finished this amazing book and know that I will treasure it for years to come. Although some people were disappointed with Stoch's sophomore effort, I found it to be a masterful work on every level. When wiener-poop came out of Douglas in a long thin strip, it is quite obviously, on one level, Stotch's subtle Marxist critique and symbolizes the withering away of the state. But the wiener-poop means so much more than that. A paradoxical union of many binaries (penal/anal, excess/purging, d...more
Brian
This book changed my life.

MUST KILL KIM KARDASHIAN.
Harold
This sequel to "The Tale of Scrotie McBoogerballs" was somewhat disappointing in my opinion. After the incredible impact of his first novel, Stotch's latest effort seems rather uninspired, although at times it can be engaging. For example, when Stotch describes the poop as "looking like a weiner", the characterization of the poop itself makes a strong statement, condemning the social injustice of an America that is more concerned with corporate profit than dietary balance. All in all, not Stotch...more
Julia
if it were possible for a book to get 12 stars this would be the one
Troll
Leopold Butters Stotch is the author of the decade. His exotic, yet captivating books will hook you in from the first page. The reason it has yet to be on the New York Times' Best Sellers list is because the Times is worried it's suggestive themes are too much for younger readers (but it's not). Read this book before it becomes an instant classic of American literature.
Pam
Stunningly written in poetic minimalistic style. A breathtaking sequel to his first masterpiece, The Tale of Scrotie McBoogerballs. I cried.
Spencer
I think I'm in the minority here, but I think this book is better than his first.
Mike
This confused the hell out of me. Five stars!
Pooptookapee
The poop that took a pee, a book written by Leopold Butters Stotch. The book is based around a character named Douglas, the protagonist in the novel. The author stated that the message he was trying to get across in this novel was love and betrayal.

In chapter 1 Douglas finds himself in a state of the need to poop, he knows this by the smell of his butt, which is all stinky because he has to poop so badly. He approaches a gross woman named Rebecca who is sunbathing all naked and she is fat. Dougl...more
Liam Hay
Maybe even better than his first. Not as edgy though.
Sara
While this one was definitely a good read, it sadly fell victim to traps that many book sequels do. All of the character development from the first book seemed forgotten and the gritty, realistic writing was replaced by childish toilet humor and sex jokes. Plus, we never do find out what happened to Sarah Jessica Parker or why the author hates her, unless they made up somehow.

But in spite of its flaws, this was still an enjoyable read. A guilty pleasure, perhaps.
Olivia Malik
Read it on south park. Lol
Boo Langdon
I thought this book wasn't written very well and had very little detail. I feel The author could of put more time into it.
Ben
AMAZINGFUL. THIS IS WHAT I CALL ART!!!!!!!!!!!
Nick Movesian
One of my all time favorites
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American child writer and former tap dancer. Stotch has written two literary works.

Stotch was owned for a while by Paris Hilton and is rumored to be Professor Chaos.

Stotch is also a national hero in Mexico where he is known as "Mantequilla".
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