Shit! (It Happens)
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Ever thought that life is full of shit? That's because it is. Shit happens. You wake up and your alarm's been beeping for an hour. You hurry to get ready but your iron's on the blink. There's no milk in the fridge, the bread's gone mouldy, the shower's cold, and your travel card's out of date. A shitty start to the day? That's nothing! This is a celebration and commemoration of all things shit, dedicated to those who get in it and those who never got out of it.



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Date de parution 01 septembre 2005
Nombre de lectures 6
EAN13 9781906051730
Langue English

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Shit! It happens.
The Bible tells us that it rains on the just as well as the unjust, so it follows that into each life some shit must fall (let’s hope not literally)! Indeed, all religions follow this code. Yes, shit happens to everyone at some time, although probably to some more than others, which may depend on whether you are a negative or a positive person. Are you the person that thinks a pigeon crapping on you is lucky? Or are you the poor sod who was wearing the suit he’d got out of the dry-cleaning bag that morning; the ‘why-me?’ kind of guy? Well here’s an overview of shit and why shit happens, literally sometimes, but mostly metaphorically.
Many thanks to all the friends who have wittingly and unwittingly offered the inspiration for this book. Almost all the stories in this book are true, but you can never trust anyone implicitly, so an urban myth or two might have made it in.
If you enjoyed this book, there is plenty of good and bad shit about shit on the internet.
No, we’re not joking here. Shit is a verb, a noun, an adjective. It’s something we do, don’t do, feel, talk, walk in, buy, look like, give, take, find, or lose.

Shit often has very negative connotations. Then again, if you haven’t let one out for a while, shit can be a very positive thing.
There is such a thing as good shit, you know? But in the main it’s bad shit that happens. Anyway, shit permeates our language, and therefore our lives (and the whole of the house if you’ve dropped a particularly noisome one).
If you’re not following, here are a few shit examples:

• You’re just talking shit.
• No, shit!
• You’re shitting me, right? (Why would I be shitting you wrong?)
• I shit you not.
• That article has to be the shittiest thing I’ve ever read.
• I bought some good shit today.
• No shit! (The phantom of the toilet is here.)
• You shat on me then and you’re shitting on me now, you crock of shit. (Find a crapper, please!)
• That piece of shit hasn’t surfaced for years.(Good flush system, then!)
• Do you really think I did a good job, or are you just giving me shit?
• I won’t take any shit from you, shit-for-brains.
• Give me some of that shit, will you?
• Do you want me to have a shit fit, shithead?
• There’s too much shit with you around here. Get your shit out of my house.
• Do we have to sling all this shit about? The office should be a nice place to work.
• You really know your shit.
• You don’t forget shit, do you?
• I feel shitty, Oh so shitty! I’m having a really shit day.
• She’s shit hot, that new lawyer.
• He’s been a grumpy little shit today.
• She’s as happy as a pig in shit this morning.
• I wonder if anybody makes a shittier mess than you, you dumb shit.
• You look like shit. Were you shit-faced again last night?
• I’ve got a mountain of shit to sort through.
• I’m up shit creek without a paddle.
• You don’t give a shit about me, you piece of shit.
• You’re so full of shit, you bag-o-shite. (You need a crap.)
• You’ve won, you lucky shit! What do you mean you picked different numbers this week, you crazy shit?
• There’s a lot of weird shit out there.
• I need to get my shit together and get the shit out of here.
• Shit! I’ve just trodden in it.
Made up of water mostly, then dead bacteria, fibre, fats such as cholesterol, inorganic salts like phosphates, live bacteria, dead cells and mucus from the lining of the intestine, and protein.

Nice stuff, hey?
Of course no two shits are the same...
• If anything can go wrong, it will.
• If there is a possibility of several things going wrong, the one that will cause the most damage will be the one to go wrong.
• If there is a worse time for something to go wrong, it will happen then.
• If anything just cannot go wrong, it will anyway.
• If you perceive that there are four possible ways in which something can go wrong, and circumvent these, then a fifth, totally unprepared for, way will suddenly occur.
A passenger on an aircraft flushed the loo while still sitting on it and found his buttocks firmly stuck to the seat. It was only when the plane lost altitude that he was able to wriggle free.
Moral of the tale:
Never flush with your tail on a toilet seat.
A 69-year-old man, fed up with the irritation caused by his haemorrhoids, tried to relieve the symptoms by scratching himself with a toothbrush.
Sadly for him, he got the brush wedged in his backside, and was eventually forced to seek medical help.
His general practitioner was unable to locate the toothbrush. The man was given laxatives to try to get him to pass it, but no joy there. In the end it had to be surgically removed.
Supposedly, this was first and only time doctors have recorded a toothbrush being used in this way.
While a man was staying in the hospital, his bodily systems became extremely upset. Having made several false-alarm trips to the toilet, he decided the latest call of nature would turn out to be another one and stayed put. Shit’s law, it wasn’t, and he filled his bed with diarrhoea.
Horribly embarrassed, he panicked, and, in a complete loss of composure, he jumped out of bed, gathered up the bed sheets, and threw them out the hospital window.
A drunk was walking by the hospital when the sheets landed on him. He started yelling, cursing, and swinging his arms violently, trying to get the unknown things off, and ended up with the soiled sheets in a tangled pile at his feet.

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