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Anita Pierce
07/26/2012 12:40pm

That reminds me of one of my favorite poems called 'Sticky Poo'

Sometimes when I eat too much
I make sticky poo
It is soft and squishy coming out,
but not much gets into the loo.
It sticks to the walls of my anus
and the cheeks of my butt
I should probably be a little more careful
about the food I put in my gut.
I harken back to the days of yore
when my poo wasn't sticky
That was when wiping
wasn't so tricky.

Juanlong Dong
07/26/2012 1:05pm

I remember reading the collective works of Henry David Thoreau. These were actually his works before his Walden experience. At the time, he was living near the sewage treatment facility near P street in Washington D.C. He had a poem very similar to "Sticky Poo". As I recall, it was called "Poopy Pants" or maybe "Poop in My Pants". I assume that poem was the motivation for Anita Pierces poem above.


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