I had a friends whose daughter had problems with large, hard stools. I
advised her to buy a closet auger (about $40) at your plumbing supply
house. Get a good high quality closet auger and you're good to go.
back in high school there was a monster tird in one of the toilets.
It was freaking huge, like inhumanly huge. It looked like a giant salami.
Word spread around the school like wildfire and by third period there
was a line outside this stall to see the freakish stool. We actually made
a sign and taped it above the door to advertise it. Girls even came in
to have a look. At least 2 teachers saw it and did not flush; we also
had a please don't flush me sign. I swear it grew as the day progressed.
This made for a very entertaining day for all involved, everybody was
just buzzing about it. At lunch it was being discussed at almost every
I couldn't believe it. After lunch I rushed back up there with my bro to
a few more laughs watching people see it for the first time and react. As
I rounded the corner into the bathroom I saw a big puddle of water on the
floor and the sign was gone; gasp; could it be? I looked into the stall to
see if it was gone and yep sure enough someone sent it on its way to
giant turd heaven. God Damit!! At least it didn't go without a fight
It was like a murder scene, the water everywhere was like blood; it had
obviously caused an overflow. There was awful skid marks all over the
bowl, caused by it trying to cling for life to the toilet. We were all very
sad about it. I am sure you have become callus to the destruction of giant
tirds but it just seems a shame to want to destroy. We all thaught the
was very mean. (the tirds name was cornholio)
If this happened in the Fall of 1975, in Wichita Kansas, and if there were
whole corn kernels in that turd, we went to the same school? However, I
still deny that it was my turd........ I'm just admitting that I was at
school that day.
i recognize that this can be rather embarassing for some people and i do
take the problem seriously
reaso ist hat there are a few medical problems that can cause this
most usually treated symptomatically with a stool softner like colace
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