I went to the bookstore today with my friend and her two teenage sons (that was an adventure and a half.) Among the books we saw: a children's book called - and I am not making this up - "What's In Your Diaper?"
Seriously? Do we really need to write about the bleeding obvious? Is the target market for the folks who did not show their kids the book "Everybody Poops"?
If so, Mr. RK and I came up with some alternate ideas:
"Where Does Penis Go?" (A picture book - "Penis went here.")
"Who is the office jerk?"
"What did that bird do to my car?"
"What's in your litter box?"
"What happens when the condom breaks?"
"My claws, your face: ways that pets say, 'No!'"
"Boobs are not an etch-a-sketch: a sexual primer." Mr. RK suggested this, but from what I hear, that may not be totally obvious to most of the heterosexual male population.
So how about it? What would your suggestions be?