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Bathroom reading

Maybe this is just me or maybe no cares, but I’m throwing this one there. I usually want something to read on the potty. I have a table on the way to the bathroom where I stack stuff for that purpose. In addition to the titles below I normally rotate various comic books and graphic novels including but not limited to Star Trek, The Flash, Captain America, various Atlas/Seaboard titles and Doctor Spektor.


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***So do you take any reading material in with you? If so then what?


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I have watched far too many horror and sc-fi shows in my life. Now I feel the need to share this wealth of knowledge and make others suffer.

15 responses to “Bathroom reading

  1. Victor De Leon ⋅

    I usually take in a graphic novel or a Stephen King book. Also, any books by Preston and Child or F. Paul Wilson.

  2. Cool. I also have a Klingon Dictionary in my stack of regulars.

  3. Z guide best ever and read world war Z. I hear the movie screwed it up.

  4. I used too. My favorite at the time was Redwall by Brian Jaques. His stuff was great.

  5. Abbi ⋅

    My husband reads the Zombie Survival a Guide in the bathroom… over and over again. If there is ever an attack, we’re going to be very prepared.

  6. Big question, does Zombie Survival a Guide tell you what to do if you are in the middle of …business… in the bathroom and are attacked?

  7. You mean you don’t roll up the guide and smack them on what’s left of their nose and say “bad zombie”?

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