WHY DOES POO FLOAT?
Every once in a while we all produce floaters. Floaters are caused by increased levels of air and gas, such as methane, which make the stool less dense than usual. There are dozens more varieties of poo, and you would not believe how many people are secretly (or not so secretly) obsessed with their stool creations. X’s brother used to call him in to examine his works of art. Another friend happily remembered his personal best: a bowel movement that coiled around and poked its head out of the bowl like a cobra.
There is something about “dropping the kids off at the pool” that makes us all smile.
Now: That was obviously written by a male.
It made me laugh, but also grossed me out — one of my least fond memories of childhood was my father roping me in on a regular basis to admire his “works of art”. Gross. No wonder I’m so weird.
TMI TMI TMI TMI TMI TMI TMI TMI TMI TMI TMI TMI TMI TMI
3 thoughts on “Maybe it’s the vodka”
At least there wasn’t any talk of how many calories might be in it.
HAHAHAHAHA!! You have such a lovely and different viewpoint.
I always thought ‘floaters’ indicated a diet with plenty of fibre?
you’re welcome to pop over to the gimcrack and check out my post on Bristol Stool Charts
Comments are closed.