Here's an ode to stain removers and explosive poo,
though it pains me just to write it.
See, I've got to give credit where credit is due,
and it's due to Shoutin' out baby shit.

It's the kind of Shout with the stain lifting brush,
a fine, plastic, bristle-y tool.
It's akin to the magic of a good potty flush
when it comes to getting rid of old stool.

I'm not sure that Tolby's clothes would be wearable,
if I was left to my own devices.
The wreckage left in her ass path is terrible,
and only Shout is worth the rising prices.

Following my advice is easy,
next time your child grunts out a nasty stain.
Plug your nose, put on gloves, don't be queasy--
and Shout it out with this simple refrain:

When these endless diaper days have you flustered,
know that on one thing you can rely--
whether that poop is thick, sticky, or like mustard,
there's no bowel movement that Shout can't defy.

Thanks to www.rhymezone.com for making it all possible. Posted by Picasa


Blogger Jene said...

wow. i've always said i wasn't interested in having children. now there is no doubt!

9:42 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

No wonder your husband tells you he's too tired to have sex with you all the time.

I wouldn't want to have sex with you either.

1:24 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...


1:28 PM  
Anonymous poop eater said...

i don't clean poop.

i eat poop.

1:30 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Just a little something for all you poop eaters out there!!!!

Can you get sick from eating poop?

Yes, you can definitely get sick from eating poop, even in minute quantities! Although urine emerges sterile from the body (unless the person has an infection), poop emerges loaded with bacteria and sometimes other life forms. Many diseases, including food poisoning, cholera and typhus, are spread by fecal contamination. Many parasites, such as the notorious tapeworm, can be spread through deliberate or accidental ingestion of poop.
There are some parasites, such as pinworms, who depend on people eating their own poop to keep the population up. Pinworms are small nematodes that live in the colon. The females emerge from the anus at night to lay their eggs. Their activity makes the anal area itch. The person scratches the itch (often doing so in his sleep), procuring a small amount of fecal matter and eggs under his fingernails, and then puts his fingers in his mouth. Once the eggs are consumed, the person is infected with a new generation of pinworms.
I have read that almost everyone has pinworms. Luckily, pinworms don't do much harm. You only notice them if you have a lot of pinworms! If you want to find out if you do indeed have them, get someone to gently touch around your anal area with Scotch tape while you are sleeping. The worms will stick to the tape and you'll be able to see them.

So please, if you're gonna eat poop, consult your Dr. first.

1:49 PM  

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