potty talk

Potty humor …

No, I probably shouldn’t.


Then again, maybe I should.

Dare I wallow in witticisms about … the loo?

Oh, darling, you know I do!

I promise, this might even be good for you.

(You know I care, and so I dare.)

But, don’t worry—this snippet of silliness isn’t off-color.

It is, in fact, rainbow colored.

So, yes, I’ll go THERE. To the Squatty Potty.

Do you dare?

WARNING: The following video advertisement for the Squatty Potty contains graphic images of pastel unicorn poo and a number of references to going “number two.” Watch at your own risk—or, perhaps, your own reward.

  1. Winnie Nielsen says:

    What a funny clip on an actual important issue for folks! I know just where this little “ReadingRoom” is located ’cause I had to take a peek inside. I love the paint colors and curtains in the windows.

  2. CJ Armstrong says:

    OH my goodness! A creative way to address and important issue. This isn’t the first time I’ve heard of this . . . it makes a lot of sense.

  3. CJ Armstrong says:

    Oh, and I remember this “reading room” as well, along with the others there at the Outpost B&B. This particular one had an antique urinal in it with gorgeous pink peonies from the farm in it! 😀 😀

  4. Tanya says:

    Never watched this video past the first 2 seconds. Why did I today….who knows. And quite frankly….speechless!

  5. Shannon Hudson says:

    Oh my! Hilariously funny twist on such a huge issue, especially for Americans that eat SAD (standard american diet) foods. The fact that the ice cream was turning the kids’ mouths colors… well that is a whole different issue 😉

    I have not had the opportunity to visit the reading room yet. Maybe (hopefully) one day!

  6. Krista says:

    Wow! I am speechless! This video made me laugh. Who would think that a unicorn pooping rainbow ice cream would be of choice to advertise this product? And then to let children eat the ice cream…well that’s just…interesting. This will definitely cause me to look at play dough ice cream differently. I can’t say I have heard of this issue but the more I think about it the more I can understand why it makes sense.

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