Some people will tell you that reading is important, and they’re absolutely right. But not books, though. Books are long and boring and the grown up ones don’t even have pictures.

No no, the true Great American Novel is not bound within the pages of a tome, but scrawled across the walls of a poop room. I’m talking about the writings we find on bathroom stalls.

There are many topics these writings can teach us about, as these anonymous confessions reveal.

10. Sewer clowns

Ah yes, exactly what I needed to be thinking about when my butt is out.

Source: Whisper

9. Maternal biology

That may be true, but it’s still very hurtful.

Source: Whisper

8. Drug culture

It’s important to designate our spaces properly.

Source: Whisper

7. The art of the conversation

Kinda depends on who you ask about which God.

Source: Whisper

6. Relationships and auto care

I’m not entirely sure what this means.
I mean, I get what those sentences mean individually, I just don’t know why they’re together.
And in a bathroom.

Source: Whisper

5. Marine life

And they’re still mad about those soda can rings.

Source: Whisper

4. Life imitating art

That movie must have given so many kids the exact wrong idea.

Source: Whisper

3. Inhalants

That’s what it’s there for.

Source: Whisper

2. The gay community

Maybe not terribly surprising.

Source: Whisper

1. Reviews

Well I’ll definitely be telling a friend, then!

Source: Whisper

It truly is the greatest literary collection since the Library of Alexandria.

What’s something you’ve seen written on a wall?

Enlighten us in the comments.