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    25 Products For People Who Poop

    Birthday toilet paper, a night-light for your toilet, poop cereal, and 22 other rootin tootin poop-related products.

    We hope you love the products we recommend! All of them were independently selected by our editors. Just so you know, BuzzFeed may collect a share of sales or other compensation from the links on this page if you decide to shop from them. Oh, and FYI — prices are accurate and items in stock as of time of publication.

    1. An encyclo~poo~dia with a load of useful health facts your poo can predict.

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    Expect to read some hilarious descriptions on some of the most disgusting stuff, because this book is filled with over two dozen examples of poop and what it may mean. Don't forget to get the activity book so you can track your body's bowel movements and learn a little more about yourself... or at least, your colon. Honestly it's worth buying just to see how they manage to write down over 60 euphemisms for the word "poo," it's pretty impressive.

    Get it from Amazon for $6.58.

    2. A box of fibrous cereal specifically made to get you pooping like it's an olympic sport.

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    Promising review: "This should be called 'take a dump like an elephant.'" —Carrie Martin

    Get it from Amazon for $11.99.

    3. A toilet light so you can find and use the bathroom in the middle of the night without blinding yourself.

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    The flexible design makes it possible to fit this light into any toilet bowl. And this thing has a lifetime guarantee!

    Promising review: "I've had this device for a little while now and I absolutely love it! The light detector and motion detector work together to only turn the toilet light on when it senses darkness and movement. I love that there are 16 different colors you can choose from, and you can raise or lower the brightness of each color. I ended up getting two of these toilet lights for both of my bathrooms and my guests love it. I give the product five stars for its low price and for the control/options it gives me." —Sergio Rios

    Get it from Amazon for $14.95.

    4. A diaper wipe warmer to keep your baby's buns warm during nighttime diaper changes — because you'd also be screaming if someone wiped a chilly moist napkin on your bottom in the middle of the night.

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    Promising review: "I love this thing. I’m SO glad I got it. My child is two months old and we’ve been using it since we got home. There’s been zero mold, it’s super easy to fill, holds a whole pack of wipes, has a nice long cord, a little light, and locks on the sides of the bottom lid to keep it down when pulling out wipes. When I use cold wipes in the daytime, they bother my hands because I’m used to the warm wipes, so I can’t imagine how nice it is for my little one to have them warmed up. It heats up only on the top of the lockable portion of the warmer. Not too hot, not too cold, and no little hands can get into it as long as it’s locked. I was so indecisive on this issue and I’m so glad I decided to splurge." —BR

    Get it from Amazon for $24.45.

    5. A flush sensor sure to make germ-haters feel the love for your super sanitary toilet.

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    This kit includes all the tools you need to set up the sensor, including the four AA batteries to keep it powered. It fits on most flapper and canister toilets.

    Promising review: "I would give this 10 stars if I could. After going through three automatic flush kits I had just about given up and had to tie a string to the flapper to manually flush the toilet. Talk about inconvenience!! Then I came across this unit. It works FLAWLESSLY. I am very happy." —David256

    Get it from Amazon for $32.99.

    6. A bottle of Poo-Pourri so you can spray your tank before the stank.

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    Promising review: "We are a family of six in a small one-bathroom house. This is, to put it lightly, a horrific nightmare — particularly after my teenage son spends some time in the bathroom. After a couple of weeks of gentle encouragement ('YOU ARE KILLING EVERYONE. SPRAY THAT STUFF ON THE WATER BEFORE YOU POOP OR I'M TAKING AWAY YOUR PHONE AND, SO HELP ME GOD, I WILL CALL YOUR GIRLFRIEND AND TELL HER EXACTLY WHY YOU GOT IT TAKEN AWAY.') he started using it regularly. The bathroom is much less disgusting now after he leaves." —Supa D

    Get it from Amazon for $8.42+ (available in 17 aromas and six sizes).

    7. A potty putter that'll be a relaxing activity when you need a little extra sitting time — just make sure it doesn't become a ~hazard~ in the bathroom.

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    Get it from Walmart for $9.99 or get a similar one from Amazon for $12.99.

    8. A toilet paper holder — don't let traditional toiletry storage ~cloud~ your judgement, this thing is a conversation piece everyone is gonna love!

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    Get it from Uncommon Goods for $115+ (available in two sizes) or get a similar one from Amazon for $125.

    9. Or if you don't have room on your walls, a tiny storage shelf made for bathrooms that are so small there's hardly room for extra toilet paper in the first place.

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    Promising review: "I really love this. Living in a shoebox in New York, I constantly look for storage solutions. This design is incredible. It has such a little footprint and fits perfectly between the toilet bowl and the wall, and it's very functional. I hate having to go to the deli store to get a couple of rolls of toilet paper at a time. Now I can get 12 rolls at a time, although if you get the larger rolls, they won't come through the hole on the bottom. You will have to retrieve the larger rolls by removing the top, which is not a big deal. I put a wonderful diffuser and body scrub on the top and it looks really nice. It's a must have for any small apartment living!" —Ken H

    Get it from Amazon for $45.

    10. A toilet cleaning wand sure to bippidy boppidy boop your poop away!

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    Promising review: "So, we have a toilet that belongs to the cats. We don't use it, we don't look at it, we like to pretend it does not exist. Even with semi-regular flushing, cat waste is pretty nasty stuff and builds up quickly in the bowl. One of these wands cleaned it up in a single session (before and after pic above)!" —Whitney

    Get it from Amazon for $7.98.

    11. A minimalist training seat to help your kiddo learn how to use the bathroom without compromising the aesthetic you've got going on your throne.

    amazon.com

    Promising review: "This is the best potty training seat ever! It's good quality, has a soft touch, and it's a nice color. It surprised me! I definitely recommend it!" —Frances Ma

    Get it from Amazon for $22.99 (available in three colors).

    12. A book on pooping in public, because it's best to go into the bathroom as prepared as you are to go into the boardroom.

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    This book will cover concerns like a lack of toilet paper, dealing with a colleague who follows you to the bathroom, a broken flusher, and more. Oh! And don't forget to grab the equally important date version for nights when your dinner together gives you butterflies... in your bowels.

    Get it from Amazon for $12.45.

    13. An attachable bidet for anyone who wants to save on toilet paper and get squeaky clean at the same time.

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    This bidet will fit on any two-piece toilet and comes with all the tools needed to assemble it. It has a self-cleaning feature and it retracts when not in use to keep things sanitary.

    Promising review: "My boyfriend had to convince me to get this, but now I only like using my bathroom at home! I installed it in 20 minutes by myself. It takes a little getting used to, but after a while it becomes quite refreshing! I use a little TP to dry off, but we probably use about 50-75% less than we did before. It's also great for period time, or if you are too sore to wipe for any reason. For those of you meeting resistance, my boyfriend also raised an excellent point in convincing me: 'If you had poop on your face, would you wipe it with a dry tissue, or wash it off with water?' It was an excellent point and made me realize I was only hesitant because it was a change. Give it a chance, your bum will thank you!" —rockerchick

    Get it from Amazon for $34.50.

    14. A roll of birthday toilet paper sure to be a b-day memory they're not ever gonna be able to ~wipe away.~

    amazon.com

    Get it from Amazon for $7.95.

    15. Or a thing of TP you can ~roll~ out any time of the year.

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    Get it from Night Owls Design Co on Etsy for $5.

    16. A sneakily chic plunger that'll make your bathroom look so good you could almost forget the nasty (but necessary) purpose it serves.

    amazon.com

    Get it from Amazon for $29.99 (available in two colors).

    17. A potty training book that might sound too good to be true, but anything's worth trying when it comes down to poo.

    amazon.com

    My mother-in-law used this method with all of her kids and still talks about how well it worked for them (my husband is still perfectly potty-trained, so I can confidently say this system gives lasting results). But if you don't want to take Carrie's word for it, read through all of the positive reviews and decide for yourself if this could be the best system for your family.

    Promising review: "We started potty training two weeks ago with this plan, and it’s been nearly a week since my 26-month-old son has had an accident! I did my best to stick 100% to her plan, and succeeded at actually doing so at maybe 90–95%. (I fudged a little on both TV time and outside play time within the first two days, and was rewarded with accidents both times! She knows what she’s talking about.) It was very helpful to spend a week getting prepped, going cold turkey and diving in headfirst, basically. On day one, my son had never even sat on his potty seat before and was scared of it, but by the end of day one he’d peed in the toilet a couple times (and on the floor many times more!), but we stuck pretty close to the plan and by day three he was pooping in the toilet and having far fewer accidents. Now it’s been two weeks and he’s gotten in great control of all the muscles involved in 'holding it' — it’s been amazing to watch him figure his body out! He likes to know what the rules are and wants to make us proud. Seriously, if you’re a reasonably disciplined and determined parent, this plan really can work, if you dedicate yourself to doing it by the book! We are two weeks diaper-free and loving it." —Meg

    Get it from Amazon for $9.76.

    18. A Squatty Potty to truly ~step up~ your deification game.

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    Promising review: "Going 'number two' will never be the same! This is the best invention known to man. Every time I use this bad boy I say a quick 'thank you' to the creator of the Squatty Potty and go about my day.... in comfort, pain-free, without worry of discomfort of the bottom, because this took care of me and my needs. Poo in comfort, poo in peace, poo with this underneath your feet, and thank the porcelain gods for the most amazing product on earth!" —Sydney Armstrong

    Get it from Amazon for $24.99.

    19. A spiffy toilet kit for when soiling your pants sounds better than pulling down your pants and sitting on the sketchy toilet seat in front of you.

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    This kit includes two antiseptic wipes, one pair of disposable gloves, and one toilet seat cover.

    Get it from Amazon for $5.24.

    20. A set of flushable wipes, because sometimes you're gonna need a little something extra to feel extra clean.

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    Get 336 wipes from Amazon for $11.63.

    21. A toilet decal Moaning Myrtle would be jealous of.

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    Get it from The Whimsical Wall on Etsy for $9 (available in 26 colors).

    22. A pack of two toilet handles so you can adjust the toilet seat for your bathroom needs without actually needing to touch the toilet seat.

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    Get them from Amazon for $6.28.

    23. A swim diaper, because your little swimmer seems to think the splash pad is just a decoratively-flushing toilet.

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    Promising review: "Swim diapers are a strange thing. I have a small child, and disposable swim diapers do not come in sizes small enough to fit her. My sister loaned me this reusable swim diaper and I fell in love. I had to purchase my own! This swim diaper is easy to use. The snaps on the side make it easy to put on and take off. The lining makes it lightly absorbent too! Most swim diapers do nothing for the urine, just contain poop. This swim diaper I was able to put on my daughter before heading to the pool. We had no mess in the carseat, nothing escaped in the pool! I LOVE that it is machine-washable — just hang dry. I even took it camping and used it in the lake! I plan on purchasing this swim diaper in the next size when she out grows this one. This works so well, comes in a variety of sizes (more than the disposables), and is much nicer for the environment than disposable swim diapers." —Dorothy

    Get it from Amazon for $10+ (available in four colors and sizes 6-months–4T) or get some disposable ones for $13.29.

    24. A wall decal for some clever toilet decor that turns your throne into an iron throne, no dragons needed.

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    Get it from Word Factory Design on Etsy for $29.95 (available in three colors).

    25. And finally, a crappy book sure to be perfect reading material while you get the job done.

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    Get it from Amazon for $8.50.

    Now get on your throne and do your thang!

    Sesame Workshop

    Reviews have been edited for length and clarity.

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