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Possibly the most bizarre and obscene advertising.........

(42 Posts)
EricL Sat 01-Sep-07 23:44:23

..... i have ever encountered on the internet EVER.

*WARNING - Do not click on this link if you are eating, have ate in the past hour, are squeamish, have a low tolerance of disgusting imagery or are offended by viewing pictures of the most bizzare and disgusting bowel movements i have ever seen.*

You have been warned. I mean this most seriously folks.....

www.blessedherbs.com/photos2i.html

If something like that apppeared from my arse - i wouldn't be posting it on the net next to my picture. I would be running down the street screaming hysterically with the offending iten dragging behind me.

Fireflyfairy2 Sat 01-Sep-07 23:53:22

Eew it's very stringy looking! hmm

Bet she has no offers of a shag for a while now!

EricL Sat 01-Sep-07 23:58:16

"Very stingy looking"???

I thought of a few more adjectives than that when i first saw it.

Most of them i am unable to repeat for fear of offending people even more that i'm sure they are at the moment.

If i wasn't such a loud-mouthed twat i would still be speechless at the whole sorry affair.........

harpsichordcarrier Sat 01-Sep-07 23:59:09

you know what....
I really want some!
is that weird??

bookthief Sun 02-Sep-07 00:00:27

Oh sweet jesus! Do the poor fools not realise they're shitting their insides out shock

Chirpygirl Sun 02-Sep-07 00:00:54

harpsi, me too!

but still, ew!

Desiderata Sun 02-Sep-07 00:01:08

Linda from the USA is holding it in her hand.

Top bird grin

Actually, they all look like skinned squirrels to me ..

harpsichordcarrier Sun 02-Sep-07 00:01:34

what is that stuff anyway??
surely better out than in....

Tinker Sun 02-Sep-07 00:02:20

Aren't you meant to have loads of mucus in your bowel?

<I am drawn to this though...>

harpsichordcarrier Sun 02-Sep-07 00:03:55

I don't know tinker. but I am starting to think about it now hmm
is this what comes out with colonic irrigation??

Tinker Sun 02-Sep-07 00:04:06

John from New Zealand has thoughtfully laid his out next to a tape measure

Tinker Sun 02-Sep-07 00:05:14

I'm sure I read (so must be true...) that when one of the US astronauts had colonic irrigation they foudn traces of his mother's breastmilk!

Desiderata Sun 02-Sep-07 00:05:21

That's the Kiwis for you. Ever practical!

northstar Sun 02-Sep-07 00:06:10

How would that be good for you? Out or inhmm

Desiderata Sun 02-Sep-07 00:07:18

In which case, they would find 24,000 bottles of red wine in mine.

Seriously though, much thought has been put into the human body. I can't help thinking that if Mother Nature had intended our bowels to be cleansed, she would have invented something more subtle than a hose up the arse?

KerryMum Sun 02-Sep-07 00:08:55

Message withdrawn at poster's request.

harpsichordcarrier Sun 02-Sep-07 00:09:25

yes but the human body isn't designed to digest all the stuff we give it, is it?
processed crap blahblahblah.
maybe that is just inches of turkey twizzlers and party rings?

Desiderata Sun 02-Sep-07 00:10:42

And just to clearly demarcate another example of an abuse of tax payers' money, would someone please tell me why it is acceptable to study the shit of an astronaut?

harpsichordcarrier Sun 02-Sep-07 00:11:42

why are we in the men's room btw?
is that the appropriate place to chat about stringy poo?

Desiderata Sun 02-Sep-07 00:13:05

So harpsi ... you reckon our beloved cavemen ancestors didn't have the odd warthog trotter stuck up their arse then grin

harpsichordcarrier Sun 02-Sep-07 00:14:22

oh I have no idea hmm but no doubt someone, somewhere, is completing his doctorate on just that subject.

Desiderata Sun 02-Sep-07 00:15:26

I'm sure of it!

Desiderata Sun 02-Sep-07 00:20:01

Joking aside, the subject does interest me. The caveman diet (which is not an aid to losing weight, per se, but an aide to being healthy), suggest that we eat what our ancestors ate.

Which is, raw vegetables, rare meat, all the fat off meat, fish, pulses, mouthfuls of fresh herbs, no bread, etc.

I think there's something in it, tbh. I can't stand carbohydrates, and I'm sure that's part of the problem with modern obesity ... and cars and sedentary lifestyles ...

EricL Sun 02-Sep-07 00:35:44

I could go for the Caveman diet myself.

Many is the time when i could have forgone the long-winded and complex mating rituals associated with the modern woman - and just clubbed her over the head and dragged her back to the cave by the hair.

Much simpler.


sigh

EricL Sun 02-Sep-07 11:22:28

Oh dear - just checking what i posted last night in my after-hours alcoholic fuzz.

Not very pleasant is it folks?

My humble apologies.......






(I am not a well man)

grin

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