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Icky "POOP" thread . . . . .
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. . . . . . . to annoy people who dislike discussing POOP.


A few things happen at the same time every day: your first cup of coffee, the Today show, and, probably, when you poop.

And while having a daily poop time might seem like a sign that you're amazing and regular, the scheduled time is actually pretty common. According to a noted gastroenterologist at Massachusetts General Hospital, your colon, which helps push poop through your body, has an internal clock of sorts.

Most people's colons are quiet during the night while you sleep (which is why you probably rarely get up to go poop during the night), but it has a wake response in the morning.

In other words, once you wake up and start your day, your colon does the same. hah
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I agree. Everyday I poop in the morning before work, then on my morning break, then on my afternoon break, and then before I go to bed.
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(08-09-2017, 11:32 PM)Clang McFly Wrote: I agree. Everyday I poop in the morning before work, then on my morning break, then on my afternoon break, and then before I go to bed.
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Wow, you're really "full of it", aren't you! hah Smiley_emoticons_biggrin
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(08-09-2017, 07:31 PM)Carsman Wrote: d

. . . . . . . to annoy people who dislike discussing POOP.


A few things happen at the same time every day: your first cup of coffee, the Today show, and, probably, when you poop.

And while having a daily poop time might seem like a sign that you're amazing and regular, the scheduled time is actually pretty common. According to a noted gastroenterologist at Massachusetts General Hospital, your colon, which helps push poop through your body, has an internal clock of sorts.

Most people's colons are quiet during the night while you sleep (which is why you probably rarely get up to go poop during the night), but it has a wake response in the morning.

In other words, once you wake up and start your day, your colon does the same. hah
I'm long gone out the door before the Today Show and oddly enough, I'm okay with that.
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#5
I'm still sleeping when the today show is on, and oddly enough I'm ok with that too.
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(08-09-2017, 07:31 PM)Carsman Wrote: d

. . . . . . . to annoy people who dislike discussing POOP.


To the moon, Cars! I'm winding up my handbag now.
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(08-10-2017, 11:25 AM)sally Wrote: I'm still sleeping when the today show is on


I've forgotten what that's like. I'd kinda like to sleep until the sun was up but I know that I'd feel like half my day was wasted.
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This is the last week I get to sleep in. School starts Monday and I'm homeschooling the little drop out for one more year.

I don't remember if I mentioned this, but the biggest reason for me homeschooling is the school's policy on drop off and pick up. Years ago I was able to drop off the older kids right at the teacher's door, but I guess due to security changes they don't want parents in the school anymore. You have to drop the kids off at the gate and they meet with their teachers in the cafeteria or library. Well I'm not comfortable with that for kindergarten and first grade, I need to know that my child is with her teacher and accounted for. They have the gate open on the other side by the office, whose to say that someone couldn't sneak in through all the chaos of a thousand kids running around and tell some kid that they're a teacher and come with me. Then you never see your kid again. Not that it's likely, but I don't like having that on my mind none the less.
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(08-10-2017, 04:40 PM)sally Wrote: I'm homeschooling the little drop out for one more year.


28 I get the biggest kick out of her dropping out. Fuckin' aye it's funny.
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...and I don't like the school's drop off policy either. I understand your concern.
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(08-10-2017, 05:15 PM)Duchess Wrote:

...and I don't like the school's drop off policy either. I understand your concern.

Actually, I have a hard time believing Sally is homeschooling because of the drop off policy.

But, whatever the reason, it's her right to do what she wants with her child.
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Are you scandalized because the baby dropped out of preschool, MS?
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(08-10-2017, 06:01 PM)Duchess Wrote:

Are you scandalized because the baby dropped out of preschool, MS?

What do you mean?

I thought she dropped out of Kindergarten?
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You're right. I'm wrong. It was kindergarten.
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(08-10-2017, 05:21 PM)Midwest Spy Wrote: Actually, I have a hard time believing Sally is homeschooling because of the drop off policy.

Why? That drop off policy was making me a nervous wreck. I don't like dropping my 56 year old off at the gate and not being 100% sure she's in her teachers care.

Why else would I want to homeschool her? Do I seem like the type of person who would just love teaching fucking kindergarten?
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(08-10-2017, 06:36 PM)sally Wrote:
(08-10-2017, 05:21 PM)Midwest Spy Wrote: Actually, I have a hard time believing Sally is homeschooling because of the drop off policy.

Why? That drop off policy was making me a nervous wreck. I don't like dropping my 56 year old off at the gate and not being 100% sure she's in her teachers care.

Why else would I want to homeschool her? Do I seem like the type of person who would just love teaching fucking kindergarten?

Let's put it this way: my sister-in-law has a daughter the same age as your daughter's.

She also drops off (at the same school my kids attend).

My kids take the bus by the way.

Anyway, she's very overprotective, however, she has managed to keep her composure, knowing that her daughter had to walk from the curb, to the school entrance and down 3 separate hallways to get to her Kindy class.

This woman is nervous about many, many things when it comes to her girl, but I've never heard her once mention that she fears a stranger nabbing her daughter during drop off.
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#17
Just have her text you when she gets to class. 17
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(08-10-2017, 07:09 PM)Midwest Spy Wrote:
(08-10-2017, 06:36 PM)sally Wrote:
(08-10-2017, 05:21 PM)Midwest Spy Wrote: Actually, I have a hard time believing Sally is homeschooling because of the drop off policy.

Why? That drop off policy was making me a nervous wreck. I don't like dropping my 56 year old off at the gate and not being 100% sure she's in her teachers care.

Why else would I want to homeschool her? Do I seem like the type of person who would just love teaching fucking kindergarten?

Let's put it this way: my sister-in-law has a daughter the same age as your daughter's.

She also drops off (at the same school my kids attend).

My kids take the bus by the way.

Anyway, she's very overprotective, however, she has managed to keep her composure, knowing that her daughter had to walk from the curb, to the school entrance and down 3 separate hallways to get to her Kindy class.

This woman is nervous about many, many things when it comes to her girl, but I've never heard her once mention that she fears a stranger nabbing her daughter during drop off.

Well you're talking to someone that didn't let their kids go to school on their own until they were old enough to drive themselves. All through elementary I walked them there and around 4th and 5th I'd watch them walk through the gate and in middle school I dropped them off.

There was one time in middle school my son wanted to ride his skateboard to school with his friend and I allowed it. He had to ride it over the bridge and about another two miles after that. Luckily for me it wasn't all it was cracked up to be and he never asked to do it again.
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(08-10-2017, 02:38 PM)Duchess Wrote:
(08-09-2017, 07:31 PM)Carsman Wrote: d

. . . . . . . to annoy people who dislike discussing POOP.


To the moon, Cars! I'm winding up my handbag now.

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And I'm with you Sal, that drop off thingie is for the birds! (not peanut)
You can never be too careful when little 56 year old innocents are involved. They are so naive and can be easily fooled like you said! Better to be safe then sorry!!! Good for you!
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#20
There is a thread in the crime forum that will forever haunt my mind. Little 8 year old girl was allowed to walk home from school for the first day and right outside the school she was lured by a young woman. They took her to a park or something and the boyfriend of the woman raped the little girl in the back seat of the car and then they put a trash bag over her head and beat her to death with a hammer.

I know I can't shelter my kids from everything and I don't try to, but dropping them off and picking them up from school is one thing I want to be in control of.
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