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Nobody needs this crap
Reviewed in the United States on February 6, 2021
How do I say this? In the first place, I'm too old for this poop to really appreciate it. In the second place, think about the message this book is sending to the minds of young and impressionable readers: we're all just full of poop. Well then, why bother to try and make friends, get married, have children, and on and on? If the fact that we all poop is the center of your focus, then doesn't that reduce your ability to enjoy human relationships? Think about this. In the third place, I feel dirty as poop on the inside after I got through it. In the fourth place, there was a time when this kind of poop wouldn't be tolerated. There was a time when we as humankind embraced principles from the Good Book. One such principle is that "it is shameful to even speak of the things done in private" (which I still believe, and I don't care who does or doesn't embrace it).
In light of all this, it's a good thing that the cartoonish illustrations are just that--cartoons.
But seriously, I'd advise all parents to think through the purchase of this product. If you believe that we're all no more valuable than poop, then knock yourself out. Otherwise, try to invest your money in something less filthy and stinky.