That's right, a Poop'n Stoop. Give someone you love the gift of a marvelous bowel movement this Christmas.

My family has a gag gift exchange for Christmas every year and I though this would be perfect. Funny yet useful. I hope my title won't offend anyone, it was meant a funny alternative to more conventional names. A fun little pallet project that didn't take long. Enjoy

Step 1:

What you will need-

4 pallet boards

1 side pallet board

Miter saw


Surface planer

Jointer planer

Brad nailer

Wood glue


<p>Very nice. I find a biscuit cutter and biscuits to be invaluable when edge gluing boards such as your top here. Helps with alignment and makes a stronger joint. Dowels are also useful, but biscuits are much faster and easier. Your craftmanship and ideas are excellent. </p>
I thought I was the only one who knew about squatty potty. it def promitrs health benefits I do not think many people are aware of. I have actually enhanced the use of the squatty potty stool to maximize its release, which I will put on here soon. You don't need the stool so it works effectively either way. Be on the lookout! I call them Toilet Pilates. No joke
I can not wait to hear more about toilet Pilates!! Let me know when you post. Thanks for the comment
Toilet Pilates 1.0 has been released.
<p>I've seen something like this on the television show &quot;Shark Tank&quot;. a year or so ago. I can't imagine a tall 6' footer plus using it...male or female</p>
Thank you so much for the comment. I agree completely about the biscuit joiner but unfortunately I do not have one yet. It's at the top of my list for new tools so hopefully soon... Thanks again
<p>All your projects seem to be eye catchers! Thanks for sharing.</p>
Thanks so much for the compliment!
<p>Build this and you too can be like this - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YbYWhdLO43Q</p>
Haha! I love that one... That unicorn should enter the rainbow contest
I thank you sir. I am intrigued by the true versatility of what is commonly thrown away. I also have a stack of dismantled pallets, that I was using to create Halloween decorations. but thanks to finding your posts, i will attempt to make this for my kids. Hopefully my sander is up for the challenge.
So the leg room is great for me.... But toilets come in all shapes and sizes so it kind of depends. Also in regards to the potty training, I have a 2 year old and as soon as I set this up he jumped right up all by himself. As soon as I give this one away I will make him one!
<p>I have a toddler too, and he was who I thought of first when I saw this!</p>
<p>To understand how this works, check out the commercial product, &quot;Squatty Potty&quot;. I understand they are most welcome for the elderly.</p>
<p>I am certainly on-board with all the potty-training comments... nice for taller toilets and toddlers!</p>
Awesome idea and I really like that it is a gag gift too! Who wouldn't want one of these!?
<p>Very smart! Much better than having little potties for kids. :P</p>
Nice work! TY!
This would be a great gift for someone that had a potty trainee in the house!
<p>It did turn out nice! Happoopy Holidays to your lucky relative. :)</p>
<p>Looks great! I'm getting some ideas now to put some shelving at the back under the tank and behind the bowl. How's the leg room when, uhh... you're on the job?</p>

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