If you were really soft and flexible, you wouldn’t need this notebook.
yum. gives new meaning to “toilet paper.” maybe I should get this to take notes on at my next meeting…
Oh, I just know all the neighborhood kids will enjoy this beautiful goodie in their bags!
Since when did enemas become “quirky”?
I’d be moved if they made a matching pen out of the used bottle.
Just what I always wanted, a poop diary…
i simply cannot stop laughing at this.
Dear Enema Diary,
I ate two sirloin steaks, a pound of bacon and four sausages. I haven’t crapped in days. Oh how I wish I hadn’t discarded you to use your quirky packaging for over-priced kiddie favors. Then I might truly be able to spell “relief”.
@stylethread.com – they’d certainly know how you feel about the meeting.
@mommykrunk – I know that’s what *I* am passing out this year!
@Nico – Googling for “enema” and “quirky” reveals some surprising results.
This *IS* perfect for a child’s birthday. I just got my son the Tampax notebook for his birthday, and it’s all the kids can talk about!
Cool. So when the enema starts kicking in, you have a whole book of sheets to wipe your ass with.
Yeah, my classmates don’t need to know that much about my hobbies.
The “Photo album” tag is cracking me up too.
Sadly, I am not surprised by this at all, having seen plenty of Brooklyn hipster mormons wearing t-shirts proudly displaying enema paraphernalia/advertising. Enemas apparently became “quirky” right about the time hipsters started wearing those vile smelly polyester leisure suits reeking of 1960s BO…in other words, right around the start of the “quirky” “hipster” movement.
Just don’t sit next to one of THESE people on the train. That’s my advice.
I am holding out for the matching colostomy bag backpack and tampon dry-erase marker to be offered.
This would make an ideal birthday gift for a kid. He certainly would be able to pick out his notebook among the ones with Spongebob and Hannah Montana on the cover.
(Well, maybe not Hannah Montana.)
Recycled, front & back, heavy duty, random.Ten bucks.
No matter which order you process this ,it all comes out the same in the end.
First impression – tasteless recycling nutter, but the tagging gave me a good 2 minutes laugh!
Since the seller is obviously trying to attract wider audiences than the item suggests, I would also recommend the following tags:
1. Perfect wedding gift
2. Baby shower gift
3. Graduation gift
4. “Sorry, I couldn’t make it to your party” gift
The PAPER is recycled?
I don’t want to know, man, I just don’t want to know!
*sobs quietly in the corner*
Is “upcycling” a fancy code-word for giving a stranger an enema?
Did this come from the “crafts for retarded” book?
Perhaps a page should be added to it if not…
No worries that this’ll be regifted, unless it’s for evil MIL.
@#3 Nico – not so much “quirky” as “squirty.”
When it says “Spiral Bound,” does that refer to the notebook or your intestines?
For some reason this reminds me of a bit a comedian has about asking the cashier at the supermarket if the amound of toilet paper he was buying was the right amount for the food he was buying.
The enema of my friend is my enemy. Wait, what?
Finally, a journal that really MEANS something.
Thank you for being so Quirky and Latex-Free. It really helps me when I’m purging my Random Thoughts to feel so at ease. I also love to sketch when I feel like shit’s just going to burst out and I can’t take the pressure.
So your friends were giving this out as a party favor favor at their kids birthday party. HMMM?
With friends like that – who needs enemas
You can now do your best writing on the can.
#15 Josh Hannah Montana is more of a douche than an enema…
A perfectly subtle gift to give an aspiring writer.
because a journal made out of a tampon box, well, that would just be embarassing!
@ #30 mandalarain – Perhaps if we made a Flounce Journal out of a tampon box and titled it “Who Pulled the String on Your Tampon?” is would be a collector’s item.
Here I sit, Enema notebook on the shitter
I tried to Facebook but could only Twitter
they missed a golden opportunity to use the phrase “let your creativity flow” in the description.
When telling someone “go shove it up your ass” just isn’t enough! You gotta admit that it would be the perfect secret santa gift for that “special” co-worker.
The seller is called “Ivy Lane Designs,” even though “Hershey Highway Doodles” would be more appropriate.
I sorta specialize in “tastelessness,” so I have to admit I’m a bit jealous this one got ahead of me.
Uses for this Journal.
1. Writing down Random Shit
Sorry…that’s all I got today!
Perfect for the terrorist who wants to distract from his manifesto written within.
All I have to say is: anyone who’s ever had to use one of those would find nothing quirky or fun about a notebook constantly reminding you of the experience.
I’m going to write a book called “How to Profit From Used Personal Hygiene Products”. This will be Chapter 2. Chapter 1 is about making a dress from maxi pad wrappers.
I know people keep food diaries.
But shit diaries?
Some things are better kept to yourself.
What a *lovely* way to remember that *magical* evening you spent prepping for that colonoscopy…
Damn, it sold. I was looking forward to taking this out at meetings and then sitting there with a pained expression on my face. Now I’ll just have the pained expression.
It would make enemazing gift!
I dunno, I always find journaling to be cathartic.
Perfect gift for an old school book-keeper, who works things out with a pencil?
I…I would actually buy this you guys. I think it is hilarious. Is there something wrong with me? There is probably something wrong with me. I’ve had a decent amount of whiskey tonight, I’ll just blame it on that.
I can’t believe none of you pounced on the “soft and flexible” phrase. ^_^
Backed with heavy duty chipboard?
Like construction grade?
Really soft & flexible.
Hope they sand the edges & how the heck do you spiral bind chipboard?
“Captain’s Log – Stardate 8173.2: We are in orbit around Uranus, searching for some rogue Klingons. Our previous attempts to flush them out of hiding was a total wash. If they make it to the asteroids, we will have a real mess on our hands, so we are doing everything we can to keep them from slipping though our fingers…”
I’ve been coaching my son on what to tell Grandma what he wants for his birthday in hopes she will get him what he wants and not some stupid shit. I think we will put this on the list tomorrow.
If enemas are the next big internet meme, I’m cancelling my LOLCat account.
Do they require flounce, ya think?
@sorlenna-I was going to but you beat me to it!
#42 catherder – I was going to say the same thing, and add that it’s the perfect photo album for the colonoscopy results.
#32 @GROT – Brilliant!
So the cover says “ready to use” and “latex free”. Are they referring to the notebook?
The last time I held a latex notebook my hands swelled up and got. So instead of going to the doctor, I just rubbed the notebook on my penis.
THAT was not a good idea.
Would make a great diary – no one would want to snoop and read your private thoughts in this thing!
Ok. Which one of you mormons actually bought this thing? I know it was someone here.
I actually know a number of people who would find this scatalogical foolery amusing. I’m a health professional though. We’re weird that way.
Debbie #45 – do you caSHARTic?! I crack myself up.
And I will never look at the word “jot” the same way after today.
Sorry – do over.
Debbie #45 – do you *mean* caSHARTIC?
what me buy crap like this? if someone can sell this i am going through the med cabinet for boxes
I know the perfect person I would give this to…….;o) I love it!!
Upcycling, huh? So all those non-biodegradable plastic spirals… That didn’t factor into her save-the-world plan? Couldn’t she have used, oh I don’t know, used dental floss to secure the pages together?
Does does this mean the pages will make my ink run?
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