Although, it’s a comedic book, the goal is to help these readers:1. And his friend, Joe Bennett, does too. Recharge3. The book already has some praise-filled blurbs from people like Seth Meyers (“Nothing says ‘class’ to your dinner guests more than a Joe Pera book next to the can”) and Aidy Bryant (“A beautiful and funny book about something I have done all my life. Thank you, Mr. The comedian announced on Twitter today that he has written A Bathroom Book for People Not Pooping or Peeing But Using the Bathroom As an Escape, which will feature illustrations by Joe Bennett. Thank you, Mr. Maybe it will ease a little of your anxiety, however, to preorder the book on Amazon right now. It doesn’t hit bookstores until May 4, 2021, so you’ll have to manage your bathroom freak-outs alone until then. Pera. They both have small bladders but more often, it’s just to get a moment of quiet, a break from work, or because it’s the only way they know how to politely end conversations.So they created a functional meditative guide to help people who suffer from social anxiety and deal with it in this very particular way. Photo: Dimitrios Kambouris/Getty Images for Turner
Comedy’s favorite cozy sweater in human form, Joe Pera, has done a lot of work helping us all feel calm and relaxed over the years, and now he’s translating his soothing skills into a new book. Relax2. If you regularly hide out in the bathroom, I wrote a bathroom book you can read while doing it:"A Bathroom Book for People Not Pooping or Peeing but Using the Bathroom as an Escape'@josephbennett00 illustrated & out in spring but you can preorder here: https://t.co/yc45B8GxBj pic.twitter.com/iaVN0rjhSF— Joe Pera (@JosephPera) September 28, 2020
Joe Pera, Human Weighted Blanket, Made a Relaxing New Special for You
The Refreshingly Genuine Sweetness of Joe Pera Talks With You
Tags: Joseph Pera”). Rejoin the world outside of the bathroomIt’s also fun entertainment for people simply hiding in the bathroom to avoid doing work.A Bathroom Book for People Not Pooping or Peeing But Using the Bathroom As an Escape will be waiting in the bathroom like a beacon for anxious readers looking to feel calm, confident, and less alone. The title is pretty self-explanatory, but the book’s description is just too entertaining not to share in full:
Joe Pera goes to the bathroom a lot.