www.immodiumabuser.com

AS I TOLD THE GIRL THAT I LOST MY VIRGINITY TO, THANKS FOR LAUGHING AT ME HERE TODAY.

About

IF YOU’RE JUST CHECKING THIS OUT FOR THE FIRST TIME – HERE IS THE INTRO POST AND LIST OF THE ESSENTIAL POSTS TO GET YOU STARTED!!!

 

So how does one start with a blank canvas and sort out what is going to attract people to read this? Do you go for the funny route and try to make you laugh so they want a little more…Do you tell a heart-warming tale that will show a deeper meaning to my life? Let’s go with the funny since there is no deeper meaning here.

My friend Lisa (The Original Hill Street Hooker – TONS more on her later) told me a long time ago (right after she screamed “Hey Tiny Tanks, Lets Go Already!” into the mens room that I was occupying in Van Hoesen Hall because apparently her life was too busy to let someone stop to pee) that I was put on this earth for the very sole purpose of making other people laugh at me. My life has proven her point countless times over and I am going to share that with you here. Usually, when people consistently laugh at you, it can have a serious effect on your self-esteem, but not me…You almost get used to it after a while.

I have a propensity to curse really often, and I also have a LOT (I mean a really abnormal amount) of shitting stories, hence the adoration of Imodium AD. It is not an addiction, it is a lifestyle choice. I, literally, will not leave the house without Imodium in my pocket. I mean, they say your body is your home and would you ever choose NOT to get insurance on your home and just chance it – NEVER! Throughout my whole life, the constant support system and the thing that enabled me to accomplish anything has been Imodium. I am not being sarcastic, I’m actually getting a bit nostalgic here. Imodium AD has literally saved my life (and the back of many a pair of my suit pants). I would never have been able to go to Woodstock in 94, Study Abroad in London or go on a month and a half tour with my wife across Europe had it not been for Imodium AD. The title of my blog is my open fan letter to the makers – because bestowing upon them the highest honor I can give is the only way I can think of to pay them back for all that they have done for me. My ideal dream is to one day be on the Imodium AD box. Some people want to be on the Wheaties box, but screw that: I wanna do something important. One would think that by sharing a very personal ambition with you, you would be very gentle and encouraging – but not my wife. I downloaded the testimonial forms from their website and wrote a long love letter thanking the makers of Imodium AD and told her about it (very excited and proud) and her response: Are you an idiot? You want to be on the box? What am I going to tell my mother, the man that I married wants to be the face of diarrhea? What does that make me? You want people to look at your face and think of shitting? What is wrong with you?” I say, if they aren’t already…who cares. I could have been internationally known (not throughout the microphone) but, needless to say I didn’t send my testimonial in…so this will have to do.

More to follow, I hope you fulfill Lisa’s prophecy and laugh at me as I tell you about my life. In terms of disclaimers, I will go with the claim that everything you are about to read here is false and the names have all been made up. If I pretend they’re all fake then I can write what I want about anyone and not have them mad at me. And keep in mind that the majority of these things have happened when I was under the influence…My go to explanation for most of these things is “of course I was drunk…”

And as I told the girl who I lost my virginity to, “Thanks for laughing at me here today!”

Now on with the show!

Enter your email address in the box on the left to subscribe and have my email updates automatically sent to you every time something is posted here. Also, friend me on Facebook (Immodium Abuser) and follow me on Twitter @immodiumabuser – BUT FIRST, start by browsing through the categories on the left to read all about the stories I’d like to share with you. If you would like to get in touch with me to say that you like this site, tell me how much you hate it or even send in your own story, drop a line to immodiumabuser (at) yahoo.com.

 

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462 thoughts on “About

  1. Hey thanks for the follow!

    Just read your intervention post and about died laughing. After hearing many hilarious/disturbing Customer Service Rep stories from my friends, I can only imagine what the lady would have been thinking during the call.

    Fantastic writing!

    -C

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  2. Hilarious! Thanks so much for the follow IA – I hope I provide you with even a third of the amount of entertainment as you seem to provide others πŸ™‚
    I’ll be back to read up more about you and your shitty stories!!

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  3. Hi IA- Thank you for following my photography blog, Jane’s Lens. I hope you are inspired. Your story is frank and funny– you’re the first scatology focused blog I’ve encountered although I am certain you will cover other topics as I read on!

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  4. In light of your soi-disant immaturity, I’m not at all sure why you’ve decided to follow the blog of someone in the ninth decade of life (i.e., me). But who am I to say you shouldn’t? Welcome anyway!

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  5. Thank you for following our blog. Through our photography and words we hope we can help inspire others to follow their dreams and passions. It’s never too early or late to get started on what you would really like to do. Cheers, Wooly and Raeski.

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  6. I thought I was the only one with the Imodium stash! I carry a bottle of the pills and a bottle of liquid Imodium with me EVERYWHERE in my purse that I call the Shit Bag. I’ll be following your great blog! Thanks for not making me feel alone with my colon who is an asshole. Ha! I made a funny. Uh-oh. I think I laughed too hard. Where’s my shit bag?

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    1. I love it. There are more of s out there. Glad you like it and glad you’re carrying too. I think carrying Imodium with me everywhere is the same thing as not driving my car without insurance. You can do it but is it really worth it?

      Read the post called for all my homies to get to know mes. That’s a good laugh

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  7. Thanks so much for stopping by and following my blog! I am one of those funny people who isn’t intending to be funny but is trying to be serious. Then I wonder why people are laughing. I do need more intentionally funny people/blogs in my life to cut all the seriousness.

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  8. Reading this reminded me how whenever I think of all the far off exotic places I’d like to visit, I imagine all the diarrhea and frightening foreign toilets I’d have to experience, and then I think “Maybe I’ll just read some good travel writing instead, from the comfort of my own familiar bathroom.” I’ve always been a fan of the pink stuff myself. My hubs is an immodium man, though. It has seen him through many a foreign deployment. =)
    Thanks for the follow and I look forward to reading your stuff!

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  9. Thank you for the follow..,when I first saw your title I figured you for a spammer…but of course I was too curious to dismiss your blog without checking it out…funny stuff!

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  10. if you ever get on the back of the Imodium box, will you be one of those undecipherable chemical additives like triphospherous-crappiminium-carbonate ? I hope not. I’d hate to go out of this world like that….

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      1. I used to be able to get the Cherry flavored imodium…i don’t see it anywhere anymore. Do you know if they still make it? (it was as smooth as a cherry milkshake…without the “shake.”)

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  11. Love your site! Can’t wait to see more! Thanks for the follow, too πŸ™‚ (I haven’t added the blog you followed to my gravatar yet, but the blog you followed was The Art of Avoidance)

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  12. I want to say thanks for following me at http://www.oldspouse.wordpress.com.

    I have to throw in here that if you enjoy my “This Old Spouse” column, I think you’re gonna love this:

    http://www.smashwords.com/books/view/354657

    It’s a terrifying story called The Oklo Device.

    At the bottom of the smashwords page you’ll see a link labeled “View” and other download options for mobile readers under reading formats. Take a look at the story; see if you get hooked. If you like the story, please share with others. This is the only way good things happen today–agents and publishers are of the dinosaur era. They’re slow; they’re frightened; and they’ll eat you if you’re not careful. We’re on our own. I truly believe in this book. If you do, too, share it with someone. Thank you!

    And thank you so much, again, for being one of the faithful.

    Best regards,

    Roger White

    “This Old Spouse”

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  13. so my visit is shamefully overdue and i apologize. i wanted to thank you for your visit to my blog and for following! it means a lot to me. i’ll be sure to be coming back by as I always love a good laugh. πŸ™‚

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  14. To be totally honest, when I saw that the name of your blog was the immodium abuser, I wasn’t sure if it was a ‘spam’ blog or not. Taking a deep breath, I clicked on the link and prayed that a virus wouldn’t turn my computer into a wailing donkey. Instead of that I found myself laughing my sorry arse off. You, sir, are a true genius of the written word! πŸ™‚

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  15. Thank you for subscribing to my blog. I hope you will enjoy photography in my blog. I encourage you to leave critique if a blog calls for that! It may perfectly well be in the form of some kind of humor of course πŸ˜‰

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  16. Hey you’re the male version of me!! Tiny Tank, Immodium addict… although I tend not to write about that end of things!
    Thanks for the follow I’m looking forward to perusing your blog

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  17. Thanks for stopping by and following my blog, it’s nice to connect with other bloggers. I look forward to reading your posts.
    Cheers!
    Sharon

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  18. Liking your style. Like me, you are able to laugh at adversity. Take me for example – who knew sudden death of spouse could be so amusing? Or Imodium for that matter? Thanks for the follow. I am now following you. (But not too closely behind.)

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  19. Thanks for stopping by and following my blog. Hope you enjoyed my posts and your not only there for your cookie! (it’s okay either way) Having fun reading your posts. Great site

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    1. I’m glad to connect and the cookie was great although I prefer Swedish fish to cookies (Swedish fish is the only seafood I’ll eat). I’m glad you’re enjoying my stuff too. Always great to connect with another twisted mind

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  20. When I saw you followed by blog I initially thought you were advertising Imodium, then I visited your page and was incredibly happy you weren’t promoting project awol – what a load of shit that is! – and now I’ve finally looked around a bit I’ve found some funny content πŸ™‚ Cheers!

    Immodiumabuser is a great name.

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      1. Tell me about it. I quite fancy writing a post on it and making sure when people google ‘is project awol a scam?’ it comes top of the results – I’ll bitch slap those guys with my mad SEO skills!

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  21. Your title brings new meaning to the phrase self-medicating. Stopped by to say thanks for choosing to follow Wine and Cheese (Doodles), will be back to wind my way through the insanity.

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    1. great to comnect – glad you like it. There are a lot of good posts here, so go slow and tread lightly…some users have been known to ahve sympathy pains for me and start using Imodium AD to help ease through it…Start with the post for all my homies to get to know mes and go from there…

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  22. Thanks for “following” my blog. Although, I doubt you’ll have time to read it, as it appears you are following 4000 others, But, I’ll give you the benefit of the doubt because it sounds like you truly need some help. LOL

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  23. Thanks so much for following my blog! I’m looking forward to spending some time with yours. If it is anything like your about page, I’m sure I’m going to like it!
    P.s. loved the Beastie boys reference — I am listening to them right now. πŸ™‚

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  24. Your bio entertains me man…btw thanks for following my blog even though i’m new.

    Life is fun, but with immodium: Life is getting fun and funnnier..haha…enjoy life!
    thanks man,,,

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  25. Hi there, Thanks for visiting my blog and following. I like your sense of humour. Like you, I don’t mind laughing at myself; everyone has got to have some humor! Look forward to more entertaining posts!

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  26. Hi,

    Thank You for Following my Blog, MUCH Appreciated. :).

    I am now Following your Blog back. :).

    Best Wishes
    Kevin Gillespie.

    PS, I won’t be laughing AT you, I will be laughing WITH you. πŸ™‚

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  27. Hi, immodiumabuser! Thanks for joining my readers — I can’t wait to hear what you can add to the conversation. I have a Friends Page, where my readers leave information about themselves and their blogs — I hope you will feel free to do the same. I also hope to get to your archives, but I’ll get your posts from now on. Welcome!

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  28. Thanks for stopping in and following our blog. I can see you’re big on humor and I admit that I like that in a man. Too bad, but it seems the entire female side of your inlaw family has previous dibs on you (wink, wink) so I’ll probably have to move on to less pre-claimed grounds, but before I do, I think I’ll hang around and read some of these stories. There are some good ideas for future surprise attacks here. LOL!

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  29. Thanks for stopping by writingiam and liking my post, and for following. You site is hilarious. I will be following you addiction.

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  30. Hi there and thanks for following my new writing blog. I’ve just read some of your stuff and am happy to follow back. We’re taking our 5 year old twins to Disneyworld in June so will look out for the glow stick seller and give him your regards! πŸ™‚ Look forward to reading more of your posts.

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  31. Just a note to say thanks for choosing to follow my blog. I hope I can entertain you as much as you have with your “About” post. Oh, and by the way, I never leave home without Immodium either! Or was that TMI?

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  32. Thanks for the follow! I was uneasy on making a pony blog and etc. due to the hate on the Internet.
    Again, I appreciate your follow. Funny site you have!

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  33. Hey! Thanks so much for following my blog gowithitandlaugh.wordpress. I’ve just scanned your page and can tell you’ll be a source of inspiration to me to be open and honest in my blogs! :-). I’m looking forward to reading more!

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  34. As one of my beloved followers, I would like to extend my sincere thanks and gratitude by sharing with you my exciting news of becoming a newly published author! And, of course, I wanted you to be among the very first to get a chance to read the rest of my debut novel, The Legacy of Blood, now available in e-book format.

    (No worries if you don’t have a Kindle or other e-reader device, they have free ones to download on your computer. I went on Amazon and downloaded their “Kindle for PC” absolutely free! Love it! Here’s the link if you need it: http://www.amazon.com/gp/kindle/pc/download .)

    Again, I want to thank you kindly for all the support. And you never know, as some of my followers have told me, you could say you’ve had a big hand in helping make Shelby Westland a household name! πŸ˜›

    The Legacy of Blood on Amazon: http://www.amazon.com/Legacy-Blood-Sanguivore-Saga-ebook/dp/B00C5J7V2E/
    Other e-reader retailers to follow soon!

    Cheers!
    XOXO

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  35. I never had to take immodium. However, when the time comes, I imagine this particular blog may be the first thing that comes to mind. Entertained, I am. Thanks for following my blog, brother. I hope you get as much enjoyment out of it as I have with yours. Regards -fn

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  36. Thank you for stopping by my site and deciding to follow… I’m wondering which one made you click. I do get the Imodium attraction – for years my stomach would give out when in stressful situations – I became a bathroom connoisseur. Best ~ HuntMode

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  37. Go for it man – that’s the great thing about blogs. The people who are interested will find you. Thank you for finding me and following me, I truly appreciate it. Last time I used Immodium, I was set for three or four days – not sure if that stopped it or I had finally finished for that round.

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  38. Wow! And I thought I was full of shit. But maybe that’s just coz the missus keeps telling me I am? I wish I hadn’t laughed at your stories so much coz now I’ve got this slurpy wet feeling out the back, ya know? LOL! Thanks for being in the zone!

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      1. You might say that – but you are not married to her. Oh, god, I just know I’m gonna pay for that. These women hear things through the ether. It’s scary. Where’s my Immodium? Aaaagh!

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  39. Very few blogs I follow, but I’ll book mark your site. Humor is big in my house. Told one of the kids that laughing makes you live longer. So he told a joke and made me laugh. Then he sticks out his hand and says; “I extended your life, now pay me.” I gave him a tip; “Don’t bet on the ponies.”

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  40. Hey! Thanks for following my blog. One of my favorite things about blogging is when somebody finds me and then I get to find them. I am now following you, because — I can tell already — this is some funny sh*t. I look forward to reading more.

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  41. When I was in India, I went to a place called ‘Sarnath’, famous for the sermon by Buddha man. I was staying in cheap & nasty joint called ‘The Shanti [peace] Guest house. I was travelling with Scot & at the guest house I met this Belgium fellow. So off went to Sarnath, belgium man said he knew the ropes & said let’s eat from one those street stalls. I am partial to the samosa so i bought three. So back at Shanti, my Jack was heard groaning in the room next door, shitting & vomiting all night, poor Jack I thought. The next night it was my turn. Belgium got it as well. Seven days and seven nights like the Bible, we were shitting like there was no tomorrows. Immodium couldn’t stop this dam burst. I thought I had gone to God, maybe I had……………………

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      1. yeah i often give people the shits, maybe you , give me time, India is a place where you can get your arse plugged, unplugged, sore as a bitch.!

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      2. i like your sense of humor its good for an old man’s ringhole problem, but hey is that monkey you?

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      3. haha….i’m the gorilla on one of my pages..nice talking you..check..out Catfish, I think I might like him

        as the dude in Casablanca said, “this is the start of a beautiful friendship…

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  42. THANKS for subscribing to my β€œpun-ny” photoblog! I hope I can bring you a smile (or at least a groan) every weekday. Considering the (hilarious) title of your blog I might be afraid of making you LAUGH too hard! πŸ™‚ –John R.

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  43. HAHAHAHA Wow you are hilarious. Thanks for stopping by my blog. I’m glad to come across yours. I need some entertainment and laughter in my life.

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      1. Haha no nooo you’re not THAT crazy, at least from my point of view since I’m a little nutty myself. You remind me about how Advil (I know, not quite the same as Immodium AD) used to be my best friend until I realized that I probably shouldn’t rely on Advil. haha

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  44. thanks for following me @ thedogwalkersandiego.wordpress.com! i have an offbeat sense of humor, but i believe you have me beat. this is a different kind of blog, which is refreshing. i am a huge fan of walking your own path! is it live or is it memorex?

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  45. Thanks for following MojoFiction. I can see your blog’s humor level goes to 11. Mine looks to be about an 8 (I’m the only judge, of course). Some adjustments will have to be made…

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    1. Lots of White Rice…I saw a ten pound bag of white rice on the counter that my wife had bought the other day and thought it was an early birthday present…She said “that’s for projects with the kids” “I was like there’s ten pounds there – I can’t have any of it?” It’s not right I tell ya…

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  46. I feel I have arrived! Not quite sure where but still, I’ve arrived!!

    Maybe you can help me with this one… do your hero’s make something for verbal diarrhea? I’m often accused of the malaise so I could benefit from a supply of the stuff!

    I’ll be back… just like the trots! πŸ˜‰

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  47. Thanks for visiting and following dentaleggs. Immodium AD is indeed awesome and I’m so pleased to find an entire website devoted to its wonderous healing powers. You are a gem.

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  48. First, thanks for visiting The Climax Papers. Hope you enjoyed the material. Human 2.0 just started and things start to heat up for David Mars. Posts will now come once a week, usually Sunday morning. OK. So your site is nuts and I mean that in a postive way. You have a way of decentering a person’s sensibilities. I’ll have to peruse more.

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  49. I wish I could relate my life aven one part as funny as you do. Thanks for checking out my Blerg, and for the likey goodness.

    Now I have to go wipe.

    It figures Imodium would some day meet Miralax (i defecate verbiage like Carnival defecates cruise ships)…

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  50. Hi IA. Thanks for visiting and following my blog. I’ve never knowingly encountered anyone who was a devotee of Immodium, but I suppose we all have our vices (mine is Visine – I go through cups of that stuff in the course of a year to counteract the pack-a-day-mickey-of-whisky-at-midnight-insomniac-esque red eye that results from all the time I spend on the computer). You seem to have a very warped sense of humour. I was laughing even while mortified and horrified at what I was reading. It takes a special sort of talent to produce a reaction like that in people. πŸ™‚

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  51. nice to meet you. if you’re interested, and it’s just me being annoying – “AS I TOLD THE GIRL THAT I LOST…” it should be “who” instead of “that.”

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  52. Thanks for the follow (actually, just realized that is the proper etiquette for blogging on WP. Oops!) Can’t even stand how funny your “About” is. My friend and I call ourselves “poop friends.” She will love your story. I plan on passing it along to her. There are more of us closet poopers out there than you know!

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  53. Thanks for the follow! (Though after reading a few of your posts, I am rather mystified but still glad!) πŸ™‚

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  54. I know this is a little late, but thanks for the follow! BTW, I have no idea what Immodium is πŸ˜› but I suppose that’s what Google is for. Keep up the good work, fellow blogger πŸ˜‰

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  55. Thanks for following me! Bet you didn’t know I have Crohn’s Disease and can sympathize with your addiction to Immodium! Do you have some sort of disorder like IBS or IBD? Haven’t had time to read all your stories yet, but you bet I will. Glad you found me so I could find you!

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  56. For years, I carried around pepto in my purse (I can still follow your blog right?) “just in case” so I feel like I’ve found a kindred spirit! Can’t wait to read more and thanks for following mine (Creative Writing or Bust).

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  57. Welcome! Thank you for subscribing to follow my blog. I hope you are encouraged, inspired and enjoy the photos I take of life’s events as seen through the lens of my camera.
    BE ENCOURAGED! BE BLESSED!

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  58. Hey! Thank You for checking out my blog! I like yours! Lol. I love heart-warming, sappy stuff but I also love funny/sarcastic stuff! I’m extremely easily amused!! ;-D. And shit stories are just my thing! Real or not! Lol. I tell a lot of jokes to my mom and sister, often involving shit and they get so grossed out and yell at me and I just laugh! :-p

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  59. Because of you, I Googled something like “Immodium + abuse” and now am well-versed jn the use of Immodium to help opiate addiction withdrawal symptoms. Apparently Immodium is an Opioid (NOT AN OPIATE!!!) AGONIST (NOT AN ANTAGONIST) and it helps stop the runs (duh) and the shakes (really?) when you’re coming off of oxycodone or other Rx nasties. So thank you for that.

    Oh, thanks for following too.

    And OH YEAH, THANKS FOR BEING HILARIOUS.

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    1. I love it!!! I’ve always thought that I was put on this earth to share my knowledge – sort of like an Imodium Sensei-D!!!!

      Like Chris Rock’s Dad said about the Tussin – imodium AD is a cure all. You broke your ankle – pour it on there…

      Glad you like the site, tell everyone you know – I don’t have enough stalkers yet…

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  60. Thanks so much for visiting my blog and following me! I love your blog – hilarious! Do I confess to relating or deny everything? Best to leave it there… Great stuff πŸ™‚

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  61. I’m just loving your blog. I thought I was the only one with nether end problems — good to know I’m in the community! Thanks for stopping by my blog. One of these days, I shall put up a post on bladder troubles!

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  62. Oh my gosh, thank you for following my blog! I could not believe what I was reading here because I too am a fan of Immodium and would be terrified of leaving my apartment without it (IBS sufferer over here!)! You are hilarious and I will keep reading for sure πŸ™‚

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  63. Love your sense of humor. You could add Pepto Bismol to the Immodium and then you’d definitely be “in the pink!” Thanks for subscribing to my blog. I look forward to reading more of you posts. πŸ™‚ πŸ™‚

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  64. Dear Immodium Abuser,

    How could I not check out someone who followed me with a name like that? And me, the Bathroom Queen since I was a kid. (Seriously, I have Crohn’s, but if someone had named me Shitstain I would not have been amused. Well, not at first, anyway.)

    I’ve looked around here a bit and I will be back!

    Immodium makes me dizzy. Er.

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  65. You made me come here by liking my blog, and now you make me want to give up blogging.

    Oh, what’s the use? I can’t compete with THIS!

    And I don’t even know what Immodium is.

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  66. Just got your subscription, I added you too. πŸ˜€

    You seem like a really funny guy and thank you for following me. I am going to work on adding more content to my page but it’s really really really confusing me right now. Technophobe, me.

    Anyway, thank you so much again. πŸ˜€

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  67. I’m a new fan! Please thank David Sedaris for bringing us together. I look forward to perusing the archives and getting caught up on all your misadventures. And I totally get what you’re saying about immodium…we all need our insurance policies…for you it’s intestinal, for me, it’s follicular…I never go anywhere without a tube of John Frieda’s Frizz-Ease Secret Weapon; one never knows when one might have a frizzy hair emergency and it is best to be prepared.

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    1. Thanks for the love, I appreciate it. If I do say so myself, there is some funny stuff on here so let me know what you think…If I had more than a few stray stands on my head, I too would worry about frizz!

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  68. Hey, great blog you have here, think I came across it on Yahoo but im not sure nowanyway, Ill check back again! Are guests allowed to post here?

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  69. Oh My God Hooker!!! Yes, your destiny IS to make people laugh–my days at P.M. wouldn’t have been bearable if you hadn’t been there to make me laugh everyday! This is awesome that you are writing your stories–because they are hilARious!

    Your face on the Immodium box. Priceless. You should’ve sent the letter πŸ˜‰

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  70. Well, I knew you had talent I just didn’t know how much. Keep it up and you’ll most probably be published or even more before you know it. I’m posting your link in my facebook so be ready for a lot of traffic. Looking forward to more of your insanity, we really need more like you these days. I’m really glad your writing!

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  71. this is great! lisa is right: immodium abuser is one of the most entertaining people
    that i know! he’s always got a story…and an outrageous story at that, but it’s not only
    the countless stories that make you laugh; it’s the delivery!

    immodium abuser, i could literally hear you talking when reading this blog: that’s the sign of a great piece of writing! keep it coming. i was laughing out loud at 6am…and i already knew this about you!

    i’m waiting for the cruise ship story in writing!

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  72. I am very excited to see the creation on the Immodiumabuser Blog. No one can tell a story like my friend the immodium abuser and the fact that I have been front and center for many of them throughout our college years – well that was a special gift in and of itself! So if one ever doubts what he may claim to be true – Immodium Abuser I have your back! Oh and one other thing – I ask of you oh Immodium Abuser – please go easy on me and the stories involving myself…it was a long time ago in a far away land that many have long since forgotten!
    Your #1 FAN,
    Woody Tinkerbell

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