This ‘Children’s’ Book About A Woman Trimming Her Beaver Is Hilariously Inappropriate

Alfie PowellAlfie Powell in Funny, News
Published 26.04.19
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I’m going to have to tread lightly with this article because I really don’t want to be demonetised by Facebook. Expect plenty of euphemisms.

YouTubers think they have it hard and then there’s Josh and myself (and other people, presumably), shielding them from real pain…

You will never feel my pain, Cody Ko and/or Danny Gonzalez.

Anyway, you lot didn’t come here for me, you came for a book about a woman neglecting to trim her lady garden and said book being inexplicably aimed at children… I think.

To be fair to it, it is pretty hilarious, but a lot of people are kicking off because it promotes body standards peer-pressuring to women.

I think one of these books could be as suitably aimed at men though. I’m constantly having a go at my mate for not trimming his pubes (gee I hope I can say that) because they stick out the top of his trunks when we’re on holiday and honestly? I feel bad for his girlfriend.

Right. Let’s have a look at the book…

It’s crazy how all of the landscaping went down on a bench.

The, frankly, beautiful tale was shared to Facebook by Liza Balough, who seemed to be in favour of the book, whereas like I say, a lot of people are against it.

This may have made my day…..I just can’t. It’s rated for ages 2-18To purchase this book CLICK HERE:…

Posted by Liza Balough on Sunday, March 3, 2019

What do I think? Live and let live.

Everybody has their preferences and that’s fine, you just probably shouldn’t push them on other people.[

As for the book itself, I’m convinced it was purely made for comedy and fair play to it, it is very funny.

Probably not for kids though…

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