Me Talk Pretty One Day - Big Boy Summary & Analysis

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This essay is a great demonstration of raw Sedaris humor. At an Easter Dinner party in Chicago, Sedaris and his sister are about to sit down to dinner at their friend John's house. Sedaris quickly excuses himself to use the bathroom. Upon entering the bathroom, he notices that the previous occupant left behind a present, large and un-flushed, for him to deal with. Had he not implicated himself as being the next person to use the bathroom he would have left it, but this situation now implies that he is the dirty non-flusher. Agonizing over what to do, there is a knock on the door. It is his friend Janet. Suddenly the pressure is on. The first option he considers is detestable and obviously not a possibility, so he turns to the plunger. There is another knock at the door, Sedaris runs through...

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