The Bedwetter

Author: Sarah Silverman

Publisher: Faber & Faber

ISBN: 0571273742

Category: Humor

Page: 256

View: 3008


Sarah Silverman's father taught her to curse-at the age of three. She was a chronic bedwetter-until she was old enough to drive. She lost her virginity at age 19-but didn't really know it. These are just a few of the outrageous true tales that Silverman shares in her alternately hilarious and moving collection of autobiographical essays. With her signature taboo-breaking humour, Silverman writes on everything from her epic struggle with hairy arms (there wasn't enough wax in the world) to the death of her infant brother (It was Nana's fault) and always leaves the reader with a smile. Mixed in among the essays are scores of embarrassing photos, mortifying childhood diary entries, and truly humiliating e-mails to and from her comedian friends.

The Bedwetter's Compendium

Author: Forrest Grant

Publisher: AB Discovery

ISBN: N.A

Category:

Page: N.A

View: 8683


“I never really realised what the fuss was about bedwetting. It never bothered me, be it a small puddle or soaked from end to end.” These three books explain about how bedwetting can be viewed as a positive and enjoyable experience. The first book is a ‘how-to’ guide about how to enjoy and accept bedwetting as a viable lifestyle. The second two novels are fiction, but with an element of truth, as we see two adult bedwetters come to board at the same house. The landlady not only accepts them, but encourages them, and helps them find who they really are. There are no more powerful pro-bedwetting books and novels on the market.

The Bedwetter's Travel Guide

Author: Forrest Grant

Publisher: AB Discovery

ISBN: N.A

Category: Fiction

Page: 138

View: 3237


Forrest Grant's epic first book - the Joy of Bedwetting - introduced us to Forrest's world. Now we learn a little bit more about the man and his bedwetting interests with his third fictional outing. Forrest Grant received a mysterious travel guide in the mail called The Bedwetters Travel Guide. It was a listing of all the world's destinations that have bedwetter-positive accommodation places. It lists private homes, B&Bs, hotels and more, all places where a wet bed is accepted and even promoted. A place where just because a bed is wet is not necessarily a reason to immediately launder it. Forrest takes us on his journey through the weird, the wonderful and the always-wet locations where his bedwetting is not a limitation. He wets the bed wherever he goes and finally, there is nothing to hide. Follow his journey around the world as he goes to six very different places where his wet bed is accepted and appreciated. An erotic story that will appeal to many. The Bedwetter's Travel Guide - where you can go and sleep diaperless and unconcerned!

The Bedwetter's Travel Guide - diaper version

Author: Forrest Grant

Publisher: AB Discovery

ISBN: N.A

Category: Fiction

Page: N.A

View: 6380


Forrest Grant's epic first book - the Joy of Bedwetting - introduced us to Forrest's world. Now we learn a little bit more about the man and his bedwetting interests with his third fictional outing. Forrest Grant received a mysterious travel guide in the mail called The Bedwetters Travel Guide. It was a listing of all the world's destinations that have bedwetter-positive accommodation places. It lists private homes, B&Bs, hotels and more, all places where a wet bed is accepted and even promoted. A place where just because a bed is wet is not necessarily a reason to immediately launder it. Forrest takes us on his journey through the weird, the wonderful and the always-wet locations where his bedwetting is not a limitation. He wets the bed wherever he goes and finally, there is nothing to hide. Follow his journey around the world as he goes to six very different places where his wet bed is accepted and appreciated. An erotic story that will appeal to many. The Bedwetter's Travel Guide - where you can go and sleep diaperless and unconcerned!

The Bedwetter's Trilogy: The unnappied bedwetter

Author: Forrest Grant

Publisher: AB Discovery

ISBN: N.A

Category: Fiction

Page: N.A

View: 8235


Forrest Grant - author of The Joy of Bedwetting - brings us his trilogy: The Bedwetter's Trilogy: The Unnappied (or Undiapered) Bedwetter This remarkable trilogy is the story of a long-term adult bedwetter, Richard, who rents a room from Alice. But Alice is not anti-bedwetting at all! In fact, for reasons yet to be discovered, she encourages his bedwetting and has a seemingly inexhaustible tolerance for wet sheets and clothing. Richard's terrible childhood full of wet beds, spanking and panties is the source of much of his trouble, but also leads to more panties and bras, more spanking and the hint of nappies and adult baby behaviour to come. And when Bronwyn moves in at the end of the first book, what will happen? She is a bedwetter too with her own history. And she wears diapers. What is Alice's back story? How is she so tolerant of wet beds, panty wearing and more? And then finally, we meet The Secret Society of Sissy Babies and their rituals. All will be revealed... An astonishing ABDL erotic series.

A Travel Guide for Global Bedwetters

Author: Forrest Grant

Publisher: AB Discovery

ISBN: N.A

Category:

Page: N.A

View: 2258


Forrest Grant received a mysterious travel guide in the mail called The Bedwetters Travel Guide. It was a listing of all the world's destinations that have bedwetter-positive accommodation places. It lists private homes, B&Bs, hotels and more, all places where a wet bed is accepted and even promoted. A place where just because a bed is wet is not necessarily a reason to immediately launder it. Forrest takes us on his journey through the weird, the wonderful and the always-wet locations where his bedwetting is not a limitation. He wets the bed wherever he goes and finally, there is nothing to hide. Follow his journey around the world as he goes to six very different places where his wet bed is accepted and appreciated. An erotic story that will appeal to many. The Travel Guide for Global Bedwetters - where you can go and sleep diaperless and unconcerned!

Blog Love Omega Glee

Author: Wred Fright

Publisher: Frighty LLC

ISBN: N.A

Category:

Page: 704

View: 6295


Two bloggers fall in love while the world falls apart in Blog Love Omega Glee, a comedic story set in 2012, with each chapter taking place on a different day counting down to the end of the Mayan calendar on 21 December 2012, when the world either ends or continues on much the same as before. The two central characters are Jake Falls, a twenty-five-year-old unemployed man living with his parents who spends most of his time blogging about pro wrestling, and Francine Apple, a twenty-nine-year-old barely employed woman who has dropped out of the American Dream to blog about various conspiracy theories. Other characters abound as well, including Jake's cats, family, and friends, and Francine's coworkers, housemates, and neighbors. The story is set in Cleaveland, a decaying industrial city in the northern part of the USA, and its suburbs on the shores of Lake Eerie. It's year 12 of a fascist regime, and a severed head named Dick with a soft drink vending machine for a body is president/dictator, but no one much notices because they're too busy watching television and obsessing over their personal lives to worry about wars overseas, the government swindling taxpayers, and the rich stuffing their already-stuffed pockets further with rapidly-depreciating currency. Some people find this worrisome, but most people just change the channel. Regardless, even though in many ways for the average person life is still better than ever before in the history of human existence since Eden, most people feel a vague sense of unease, as if the delicate stitching of society is about to come undone at any moment, pouring forth a centuries long buildup of too many human beings, anarchy in the streets, environmental collapse, and lots and lots of really bad coffee. Between existential dread, economic worries, presidential electioneering, electronic domineering, and large sweaty men in tights touching one another as entertainment, there's Blog Love Omega Glee! Blog Love Omega Glee was originally published on Wred Fright's Blog as a blognovel or a blovel! Unlike, most blognovels and blovels, this one actually was finished, instead of being abandoned. Since the story has four parts, depending on how you look at it, it's either one really long novel, or a series of four novels. After being serialized on the blog and as a zine to a few select zinesters Fright trades with, the novel was collected as an ebook. One fun way to read it is a chapter a day during the course of a year (especially a leap year like 2012 was), or go for reading all 230,000 words or so in one lump! The novel's been noted in American Pop Lit (who called Fright "an innovative writer of fun new pop lit--a pioneer in the fight to revive American literature"), Attacking The Demi-Puppets, Cleveland Scene, Cool Cleveland (who wrote, "and (perhaps best of all) it's set in 2012 in a city called 'Cleaveland' (not to be confused, wink-wink, with our city with the slightly different spelling)"--hmm . . . I wonder if there's a Cool Cleaveland email newsletter in the novel . . .), The Rumpus by author Mickey Hess (who blurbed "Goons and patriots, get ready! Wred Fright’s new novel scowls at your perfect sentences. There are gorgeous techniques and colorful dialogue, the book’s action, mood, the author himself. There are things this novelist should be allowed to do that the rest of us are not."), Try This At Home by novelist Eddie Willson (who wrote, "After experimenting with multiple narrators in his novel The Pornographic Flabbergasted Emus, Wred Fright continues to develop his fiction in inventive ways. Here he’s posting a new novel in blog form. Set in the near future the regularly updated narrative charts the lives of wrestling-fixated loser Jake and militant waitress Francine. I’ve got some catching up to do but this is addictive stuff. Here and elsewhere Wred’s big strength is in characterization-–he’s got a real gift for getting you rooting for characters whose lives have got a bit bent out of shape. This tale’s going to be taking up my lunch breaks for the foreseeable future. Highly recommended."), The Whirliblog (who wrote that "It's tastier than Cap'n Crunk!"), Xerography Debt, and Zine World.

The Bedwetter's Travel Guide - Diaper Version

Author: Forrest Grant

Publisher: N.A

ISBN: N.A

Category:

Page: 136

View: 8560


Forrest Grant's epic first book - the Joy of Bedwetting - introduced us to Forrest's world. Now we learn a little bit more about the man and his bedwetting interests with his third fictional outing.Forrest Grant received a mysterious travel guide in the mail called The Bedwetters Travel Guide. It was a listing of all the world's destinations that have bedwetter-positive accommodation places. It lists private homes, B&Bs, hotels and more, all places where a wet bed is accepted and even promoted. A place where just because a bed is wet is not necessarily a reason to immediately launder it.Forrest takes us on his journey through the weird, the wonderful and the always-wet locations where his bedwetting is not a limitation. He wets the bed wherever he goes and finally, there is nothing to hide. Follow his journey around the world as he goes to six very different places where his wet bed is accepted and appreciated. An erotic story that will appeal to many.The Bedwetter's Travel Guide - where you can go and sleep diaperless and unconcerned!

The Bedwetter's Trilogy

Author: Forrest Grant

Publisher: Independently Published

ISBN: N.A

Category:

Page: 388

View: 4733


Forrest Grant - author of The Joy of Bedwetting - brings us his trilogy: The Bedwetter's Trilogy: The Undiapered Bedwetter This remarkable trilogy is the story of a long-term adult bedwetter, Richard, who rents a room from Alice. But Alice is not anti-bedwetting at all! In fact, for reasons yet to be discovered, she encourages his bedwetting and has a seemingly inexhaustible tolerance for wet sheets and clothing. Richard's terrible childhood full of wet beds, spanking and panties is the source of much of his trouble, but also leads to more panties and bras, more spanking and the hint of diapers and adult baby behaviour to come. And when Bronwyn moves in at the end of the book, what will happen? She is a bedwetter too with her own history. And she wears diapers. What is Alice's back story? How is she so tolerant of wet beds, panty wearing and more? And then we meet The Secret Society of Sissy Babies and their rituals. An astonishing ABDL erotic series. NOTE: This is the 'diaper version' of The Bedwetter's Trilogy: The un-nappied bedwetter

The Bedwetter's Trilogy

Author: Forrest Grant

Publisher: Independently Published

ISBN: N.A

Category:

Page: 384

View: 4372


Forrest Grant - author of The Joy of Bedwetting - brings us his trilogy: The Bedwetter's Trilogy: The Unnappied Bedwetter This remarkable trilogy is the story of a long-term adult bedwetter, Richard, who rents a room from Alice. But Alice is not anti-bedwetting at all! In fact, for reasons yet to be discovered, she encourages his bedwetting and has a seemingly inexhaustible tolerance for wet sheets and clothing. Richard's terrible childhood full of wet beds, spanking and panties is the source of much of his trouble, but also leads to more panties and bras, more spanking and the hint of diapers and adult baby behaviour to come. And when Bronwyn moves in at the end of the book, what will happen? She is a bedwetter too with her own history. And she wears diapers. What is Alice's back story? How is she so tolerant of wet beds, panty wearing and more? And then we meet The Secret Society of Sissy Babies and their rituals. An astonishing ABDL erotic series.