I am a multi-tasker to the core. In my eyes, using the bathroom is just untapped time to be learning...so I have stocked both bathrooms in our house with some easy reading fare for our guests.
|master bath reading|
1. The Apple that Astonished Paris; a collection of poems by my number one favorite poet, Billy Collins. (if you've never read any Billy Collins poems and/or you think you don't like poetry, go here now to read my favorite Collins poem. Or here. or here. or here.
2. Webster's American Sign Language Dictionary
3. Church Signs: You know how churchs usually have the witty little sayings on their marquees - well, Brandon thinks these are hilarious and insightful. This little book is especially for him
4. 101 Things You Should Know How To Do. Adorable little book that covers topics ranging from; How to get a drink in a crowded bar to How to fold a fitted sheet.
5. Fortune Telling: Book of Dreams. Especially helpful in the morning:)
1. Modern Art. Mostly pictures for those uninterested in reading
2. Porn for Women. Hilarious little book that has pictures of men doing things like vacumming and turning up the thermostat while a dialogue bubble says "Let's keep it set at tropical." For those lady guests looking for a laugh.
3. The Book of the Zodiac. Really easy to read information about zodiac sign characteristics (if you're into that kind of thing). Also gives information about personal tendencies based off of Chinese astrology (animal years). All specific for gender.
4. Frost. An anthology of Robert Frost poems, because you doesn't like Robert Frost?
5. Superstitions. Adorable little flip book recalling the history of where superstitions got started. For example, did you know that the superstition that its bad luck to open an umbrella indoors stems from the early belief that using parasols (to shade from the sun) as decoration and open them indoors was disrespectful to the power of sunbeams. So this was believed to anger the sun gods and they would then wreck havoc on anyone who acted as though the sun wasn't powerful.
6. The Bathroom Guestbook. This was given to me by my sister, Kayla (hi, Kayla!) since she knows my weird bathroom book collection. It is hilarious and guests happily sign it, trying to outwit previous entries with funny bathroom-inspired messages.
7. Fortune Telling: Birthday book. This one is of the same line as the Book of Dreams in the master bath, but it includes personal traits and fortunes depending on your birthday.
Most guests rarely comment on the vast array of knowledge to be learned while visiting our bathrooms (with exception to the occasional whisper, I signed the guestbook, hehehe ), because talking about reading while you're in the bathroom is not really appropriate conversation. And yet, I'm blogging about it...so there ya go.