Toilet Gator Chapter Notes – Chapter 92


I’m proud of this chapter.

There was a running buildup throughout this book.  Why did Cole and Sharon get divorced? Why did Sharon leave that day?

Finally, we’ve found out.

Marriage is a great thing in many ways.  In our minds, we think maybe it would be great to bed a new person every night.  In reality, only a handful of celebrity multi-millionaires can sustain such a lifestyle and even then, I doubt it is satisfying.  We are torn between wanting to wait a little longer and see if we can find that perfect mate and forging a partnership with someone imperfect who will forgive our imperfections and build a life together.

Sometimes our limits are tested when unexpected things happen.  Time will go on and our mate might suffer one ill fate or another and not be as perfect as they were when we first met them.  But that’s part of the deal.  You stick with them because they pledged to stick with you and vice versa.

Do you think a little communication could have saved Cole and Sharon’s marriage in the first place?


Toilet Gator Chapter Notes – Chapter 86


Poor Professor Lambert.  He’s been the unsung hero throughout this entire tale.

Do you think he’s really holding that bong for a friend?

Toilet Gator Chapter Notes – Network News One Transcript #6


Noble reader, is there a profession lower than political pundit?  All these people do is blather on and on about their opinions, talking over each other and really, who cares?

Oh well.  I hope you enjoyed the Insane Talking Heads.

Toilet Gator Chapter Notes – Chapter 67


Oh, noble reader.

If you didn’t cry at least a little when that baby alligator was jammed down the toilet with a plunger as young Buford wept, then you must have a heart made out of stone.

Then again, maybe Roxy was right?

Do you think Skippy was born evil or did that fateful day when he was so unceremoniously flushed make him that way?