• The World's Funniest Bathroom Graffiti

  • By: C. J. Phillips
  • Narrated by: Anthony Lee
  • Length: 58 mins
  • Unabridged
  • Release date: 09-20-16
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: C. J. Phillips
  • 2.4 (9 ratings)

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Publisher's Summary

C.J. Phillips and cohorts have scoured much of the western world to bring you this book of the world's funniest bathroom gibberish. Attempts were made to keep the contents of all The World's Funniest Bathroom Graffiti volumes as disgustingly respectable as possible (good luck!). Unlike other graffiti books which present any kind of graffiti, this book concentrates on wall-writing that's funny.
Samples from the book series are below:

Stand close, don't flatter yourself.
If you shake more than once you're playing with it.
Toilet paper compliments of Idaho Sand and Gravel Company.
Misery is a flooded stall and a hole in your shoe.
Hormones are a big bust.
Archaeologists date everything.

This audiobook includes two additional audiobooks. Your audiobooks are presented in this order:

The World's Funniest Bathroom Graffiti, Volume 2
The A-spot Orgasm: The Elusive Super Orgasm
100 Great Lines to Put in Your Personal Ad

©2016 C. J. Phillips (P)2016 C. J. Phillips
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By Kindle Customer on 11-15-16

It was what I expected

I didn't really think this was going to be very funny to me but thought I'd take a chance that I might be wrong. I wasn't. Definitely not my kind of humor. I was also interested in how a book that dealt with the written word as a character in itself would be presented in audio. Now that was interesting . Some of it was spelled and some was described and it worked. It didn't take much away from what I imagine the book looked like, although that's not saying much in this case. I think teenage kids might find this funny.
I was gifted this audiobook in exchange for an honest review.

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By cyndi on 10-14-16

this was... different.

I'm not sure if this book needed to be on audio. it was little entertaining but I couldn't really get into it or the narration. I was voluntarily provided this free review copy audiobook by the author, narrator, or publisher.

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