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Things Are Good: Other People’s Poop May Make You Happy

OK, that headline is bit out there but stay with me.

Poop transplants are proving super effective against a bunch of problems some people have with their bodies. Now there’s a field of research looking into why this works and how it can be used to impact our emotions.

Until then I’m going to . . . → Read More: Things Are Good: Other People’s Poop May Make You Happy

Trashy's World: I think I’ve asked dawg peeps this before…

… but again, why do some of you do this? and this: These dawg peeps went to the trouble of picking up the poop, bagging it, and then they just leave it behind? I don’t get it. Can someone explain? (29) Trashy, Ottawa, Ontario

Trashy's World: Attention: dog peeps in my hood…

I don’t think there is a neighbourhood competition to see how many bags of poop can be deposited at the same stop sign. I don’t get it. You go to the bother of walking your mutt, picking up its feces and then you just leave the bag behind. Here was Monday: And this was this . . . → Read More: Trashy’s World: Attention: dog peeps in my hood…

Saskboy's Abandoned Stuff: Chocolate Almonds Gone Bad

The context of the “joke” might change my opinion slightly. It’s sort of sad that some kids are so isolated as to not recognize scat, and its inedible quality. Were it not for the melodramatic handling of the parents, they might come to laugh about it some day.

Should the staff and chaperone be disciplined? . . . → Read More: Saskboy’s Abandoned Stuff: Chocolate Almonds Gone Bad

Dead Wild Roses: Seen.

This is not photoshop.

What is colon hydrotherapy, you ask? It’s an enormous enema. A Dieticians of Canada publication describes it as follows:

Colonic cleansing or irrigation, touted as a treatment for cleansing the colon, involves the insertion of a rubber tube through the rectum into the large intestine. A continuous forced flow . . . → Read More: Dead Wild Roses: Seen.