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Old 24 May 2007, 07:54 PM
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Icon09 Who flung poo?

Comment: Hi

One urban legend, although far from new, that I've never been able to find
on the site, I've tried to describe below. I've heard it off various
people here in the UK (always the classic friend of a friend, or this guy
my mate knows) and it also made its way into FHM's true stories (though
much later than all the other times I'd heard it). It goes something like

- Boy gets invited to girls house to meet parents
- Whilst waiting for dinner needs to use the loo for a "number 2" and
decided to use upstairs toilet
- Disaster strikes! the flush doesnt work after he's been
- He doesn't want the embarrasment of the girl's family knowing (strange:
he could just wash hands and take girl to one side to work out how to
sort) so SCOOPS UP THE POO AND CHUCKS OUT THE WINDOW (this is where my
bs-ometer kicks in)
- Cleans up and goes back downstairs
- Family all looking at him funny
- He says "What's wrong?"
- Girlfriend points to roof of the conservatory they are sitting in. He
looks and see's offending excretion staring back down at him

Clearly a funny story, but can't imagine him not checking where he was
throwing it. Would imagine that this scene has been in a comedy film or
something and that's where it came from.
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Old 24 May 2007, 10:40 PM
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Well, there was one time when I was at my own house when I was about 12. I was upstairs, where there was no bathroom, and I really had to go and I didn't think I could make it downstairs. I found an empty brown sugar bag, and I pooped in it. I was too embarrased to carry the full bag downstairs, so I opened the window and flung it out. It landed on the roof of an adjacent structure on our property, and there it stayed for three or four years until they re-roofed that building and someone came to me and said, "Man, we found a really rancid bag of brown sugar on that roof!"
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Old 25 May 2007, 07:41 AM
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This 'myth' appears in the UK sitccom The Worst Week of My Life. The main guy Howard doesn't like his MIL's lamb goulash, so he hides it in his pockets at the dinner table, and later he tries to flush it down the loo. However, it floats back after the flush so he has to scoop it out of the toilet; at this point his FIL walks in and sees can imagine what it looks like. FIL hurries downstairs, and meanwhile Howard has decided to dispose of the goulash by tossing it out of the window. Howard walks downstairs, happy as can be, until he realizes his whole family-in-law are staring at the conservatory where a large amount of poo-like material has been deposited on the roof! The look Howard's FIL gives him is priceless!
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Old 28 May 2007, 06:16 AM
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I have to disagree with this post. It's not that funny of a story. Also, since when does poop stare at you? If you have eyes in your poop you have worse problems going on than your girlfriend's family thinking you're a bit off.
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Old 22 September 2007, 11:26 PM
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ah but a pile of poo has a thousand eyes! sorry i couldnt resist. ive seen stand by me to many times.
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Old 22 September 2007, 11:49 PM
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It is impossible to have seen that movie too many times.

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