What's your favorite bathroom reading material? Do you have anything that you keep there for entertainment when doing the duty?
I keep a couple of copies of Readers Digest in the washroom...because I've probably read the back of my toothpaste tube a zillion times...but an old Sudoku puzzle book has found its way there recently.
Game Informer magazine. We only get it because it comes with the GameStop Edge card, which is a must have if you buy games used from them. Game Informer itself is a pretty bad magazine, but it's effectively free.
We'll be back right after order has been restored here in the Omni Center.
That the universe was formed by a fortuitous concourse of atoms, I will no more believe than that the accidental jumbling of the alphabet would fall into a most ingenious treatise of philosophy - Swift
Currently: Ringside, a History of Professional Wrestling, which I picked up because it was in the bibliography of "Queen of the Ring: the Mildred Burke story" which I only found out about because of the "what are you reading?" thread.
Originally posted by The GoonRight now it's golf magazines and parenting magazines/books.
I mean absolutely nothing against The Goon, but some of the people who write into those parenting magazines should not be allowed to have children. My two favorite question from this month's Parents magazine: "My first child was smiley all the time, my second-born isn't, what's up?" and "My 401k took a big hit last year, what should I do to improve it?"
"Tattoos are the mullets of the aughts." - Mike Naimark
Pretty much anything: I do crosswords, I read the Sports Weekly when it comes in the mail....at my parents' house, I have an old 1997 MLB Season Review book with stats and everything in it. Here at my apartment, I have "The Bathroom Trivia Digest" that my parents got me for Christmas. It's a little book with tons of little factoids in it.
For a while the News Tribune was running classic Calvin & Hobbes. Good times. I read Dilbert, Zits, Stone Soup, Curtis, and the Boondocks in my daily whirl through the comics. I occassionally read Drabble, but not as much any more.