We Wish You a Poopy Christmas

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A book review of We Wish You a Poopy Christmas: Fudgy the Poopman’s Collection of Christmas Classics Made Crappy by Bonnie Miller

A book review of We Wish You a Poopy Christmas: Fudgy the Poopman's Collection of Christmas Classics Made Crappy by Bonnie MillerStars: ***

Ulysses Press (2018)
64 pages

Disclosure: I received a copy of this book in exchange for an honest review. This post contains affiliate links.

Summary: Curl up by the fire with some steaming hot chocolate and listen to Fudgy the Poopman offer his unique take on your favorite Christmas tales. You’re probably familiar with Rudolph and his red-nose; but in this book, you hear how Christmas was saved by Rupert, whose case of IBS has left him with a shining red spot on the opposite end of his reindeer body.

Like an overindulgent holiday feast, this is the gift that just keeps giving. Packaged as a high quality hardcover and fully illustrated in bright colors (as well as brown), the holiday reboots include Silent but Deadly Night, The Nutcracker’s Dilemma, and The Twelve Days of Poopmas.

We Wish You a Poopy Christmas

If you love Chrismtas AND Toilet Humour, you will love this book. If you don’t find poop funny, you will NOT like this book. It’s as simple as that. I’m somewhere in the middle so while I did find most of it humourous, there was a point where I was getting sick of poop and one illustration was a bit too gross for me.

The book includes the following retellings of the classics and a few originals: The Night Before Poopmas, Rudy the Red Butt Reindeer, The Twelve Days of Poopmas, A Christmas Kernel, Silent Butt Deadly Night, The Nutcracker’s Dilemma and  Crappy the Elf.

This would make a good gift for anyone in your life who loves parodies and loves toilet humour like I mentioned. Or a gag gift. You never know, perhaps one of them will become your new favourite carol every year. The illustrations are perfectly done (by Nicole Narvaez)

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