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How to Poo at Work

How to Poo at Work

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By (author) Mats & Enzo

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  • Publisher: Prion Books Ltd
  • Format: Paperback | 144 pages
  • Dimensions: 126mm x 174mm x 14mm | 60g
  • Publication date: 1 October 2009
  • Publication City/Country: London
  • ISBN 10: 1853757403
  • ISBN 13: 9781853757402
  • Sales rank: 4,963

Product description

Are you sitting comfortably? Then I'll begin - this hilarious book could save your career and get you the keys to the executive washroom! It is the ultimate guide to going to the toilet at work, and is filled with practical advice for dealing with all sorts of poop-related problems. What to do if: you are 'ill'; a colleague follows you into the bathroom; the flush doesn't work; no paper; no seat; your colleagues arrive; your phone rings; and, many more real-life situations that are tough to cope with. All are complemented by useful diagrams.

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Mats & Enzo are employees who know all about toilet etiquette!

Table of contents

The Golden Rules * Key to diagrams Part 1: Problems on the Way There Stuck in a meeting * Run into your boss * No break * Cleaning lady in the way * Ill * Caught short * Restroom next to office gossip * Boss enters same time * Meeting imminent * Colleague follows * Business trip abroad * Teleconference * Repeat visits. Part 2: Problems on the Spot Restroom smells * Urinals only * One stall for 50 people * Flush broken * Toilet overflow * Seat broken * Person you have crush on is in queue * Toilet paper rolls out * Door won't shut * Boss in next stall * Shoes stay visible * No toilet brush * No Paper * No seat * No hanger * Not enough paper * Colleagues arrive * All stalls full * Phone keeps ringing * Company installs eco-toilets * Phone falls in bowl * Squat toilets * Somebody knocks on door * Someone waiting for you * Sophisticated toilet system * Odours * Noise * You break the seat.