A Basic Civil Right: Being Scatalogical

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  1. susan says:

    And it was just last month that my dear husband sent me a link about scatalogical humor. I’ve somehow managed to lose it but I’m sure if I ask, he’ll be able to tell me exactly where it is!

    There’s a reason I didn’t give birth to boys…I can barely handle the one I married! LOL

  2. yerdoingitwrong says:

    oh. TOO FUNNY! Sounds like my house.

  3. yerdoingitwrong says:

    But, it’s my hubby not my boy yet!!

  4. Infinitesimal says:

    ok, in ‘psych of personality’, we learn from a prof who clearly states that MOST psych theory is BS:
    that, the way you treat your kids’ bowel movements defines their view of self.
    To as you say, wit… that song of the young master Niblit’s? Is a pretty prime example of healthy self esteem.
    And, the esteem of others. (“we are all poop”)

    I am gonna go out on a limb here, and guess… when he made his first few dookies on the big boy pottie, did you by chance, praise him and act as though he had just done something amazing?

    I think that the way that the book describes it is:
    Setting the child up to view his feces as golden.

    as opposed to just flushing it down the shitter and getting on with the day.

    Both camps have their drawbacks.

    I, myself, am from the fool’s gold crap camp, personally.

    XXOO
    and goodnight.

  5. lime says:

    i am going to ask your forgiveness right up front here…

    i’m not sure i’d say mr. lime has continued to see the humor potential in poop into his balding years but he certainly is fascinated by it. in our early years of marriage he called rather urgently from the bathroom, ‘honey, come here, come here now!’ thinking there must be some problem i hurried my naive little self to him where he implored me to peer into the bowl at the wondrous creation that filled it. masking my revulsion after acquiescing i informed him as lovingly as i could that although i wanted us to have open communication and share our lives intimately i never wanted to be beckoned to toilet gaze again unless he was medically concerned about something.

    unfortunately my SIL has never set my husband’s brother straight and even though he is 50 he still regales her with detailed descriptions pertaining to the evacuation of his bowels.

    i am sorry i can ofer no real hope here.

  6. Theresa says:

    This applies not only to boys. My girls love jokes about poop, butts, farts and pee (caca, culo, pedo, pis), with no signs of getting tired of the subject in the near future. I’m waiting for the day when we can throw out the whoopie cushions and fake dog poop.

  7. Glamourpuss says:

    Now, if you’d just read the book with an English accent, all that palaver would’ve been avoided. It’s ‘In-sti-t_you_t’ Tsk.

    Puss

  8. Diana says:

    No. It only gets worse: Louder and more frequent. There’s some variation, though, as words like “fart”, “excrement” and “derriere” make their way into the conversations. They become multisyllabic and mulitlingual. You may take to alternating between developing the ability to actually not hear such words and then banning the next person to say one from the dinner table.

    There is no hope, and girls are not immune, especially if they are the younger sisters of the boy. The little sisters act as the accelerant to the fire that is the Boy.

  9. Jazz says:

    Yeah, men never get over it… as all your commenters seem to prove.

  10. furiousBall says:

    I recognize the tune of the pooper head song – That’s “Goofy Goober” from the Spongebob Movie.

    Here’s one of my favorite fart jokes…

    Q: What’s invisible and smells like carrots?
    A: Bunny farts

  11. Shari says:

    ywtbulMy girls are silly over body functions such as-ahem, gas (burps on the other end) and burps (and aim to be the loudest burpers), especially the youngest one. Hopefully they’ll grow out of it soon. After all, it’s not “ladylike.” 😉

  12. fringes says:

    Funny post! Hey, thanks for stopping by my blog and for telling your own story. Come again soon, please.

  13. Jazz says:

    I hope this isn’t an example of what you have to look forward to. Check out Snay’s post:

    Malnurtured Snay

  14. Voyager says:

    I’m afraid one of my huband’s favourite phrases, which he uses to “compliment” someone who has just done something smart or clever, is: “You’re a fart smeller”. And one of his endearments he uses on the dogs is “you little turd”.
    V.

  15. Claire says:

    Four brothers, one husband and two grown sons later: yes, I agree it’s poop channel hell for you.

  16. actonbell says:

    LOL, you’re a riot.

    My husband has a theory that all conversations eventually reach the scatalogical point. In our family, this is usually the case, and dear Ekim always sounds the alarm when we have, indeed, arrived. Why are farts so funny?

  17. frannie says:

    the brown thrasher is our state bird– hence, the Atlanta Thrashers. although, their uniforms make them look all tough and rough- in reality they are these tiny little birds. go figure.

  18. my4kids says:

    I have to agree they don’t seem to get over it. Also my 6 year old daughter is totally obsessed with butts and poop so girls aren’t immune. Of course I’m sure the boys helped initiate her interest!

  19. Lone Grey Squirrel says:

    I absolutely loved your post and your topic. Being male, I apparently was condemned to like it due to my hormonal makeup! I crack up at “pooper-scooper” all de time.

  20. choochoo says:

    Little boys, big boys… Yeah, things don’t change that much. lol. I am, of course, the very definition of maturity

    *burp* hihihihihi

  21. Mother of Invention says:

    So true and it will never end! ‘Twill ever be thus! You should see my husband’s rugby team! They’re not much better than the Gr. 2 boys I taught, all gathered on the carpet for a story…if someone farted they’d go nuts with the plugging of noses and fanning them with the other hand and various vocalizations to express the enormity of stench!

    My nephew was put on the Thinking Chair in Kindergarten for using toilet language!

  22. velvet girl says:

    My brother is 43 and still thinks that farts are profoundly funny. Sorry.

    I suppose that the fact that there’s no shortage of fart-related greeting cards for men is a good indicator that it never ends.

    Good luck! So far my boys haven’t gotten into scatalogical humor, but my luck can’t hold out forever.

  23. Em says:

    Joceyln said “toot”. LOLOLOLOLOL

  24. tracey says:

    Would that it were just the wee males…in this house, it’s the larger sized ones who are always calling each other poopy heads…and yes, in those words!

  25. Top cat says:

    Your kids sounds so cute. What a joy to have in your life.
    At least he is saying poop and not the s word.
    Yes, it will only get worse.:)
    tc

  26. jen says:

    this is absolutely craptastic.

  27. Crashtest Comic says:

    i like my own pp

  28. lushgurl says:

    Gosh I wish I had only known…I have been battling the demons of my own sh*tty committee this week! All I had to do was come here to see the humour…

  29. Lizard Princess says:

    This hits a bit close to home as I have an 11 year old male and a 33 year old male under my roof, and neither of them have lost the “poop funny bone” you speak of.

    However, I was the one give homeade poop soap for Christmas a couple years ago, and I quite enjoyed it. Once I got my nose close enough to smell it (which took some guts) it smelled like peppermint.
    It LOOKED like poop.

  30. Hammer says:

    poop and farts stay funny until the very end.

  31. heartinsanfrancisco says:

    You are so right. And in far too many cases, they never get over it, which still astonishes me when I encounter it.

    But I still don’t get the “humor” in farts and poops. I am a victim of my own estrogen.

  32. CS says:

    No, you should not wait – it’s a guy thing until they die. One of the dads who chaperoned my son’s cabin last month said to the boys, “You’ns are a bunch of turdballs.” My boys are STILL saying it.

  33. cathy says:

    Thank goodness my kids are over the phase they went through of peering into the toilet bowl to see what fantastic shapes they would find there. My youngest has
    excreted an entire zoo of animals over time. Now if she will just stop drawing bags of the stuff complete with squiggly lines to show how bad it smells I will be happy.

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