Discussion in 'The Lounge' started by RustyParts, Jan 2, 2006.
Anyone Know what the white stuff in chicken crap is???
thats how they pee.. at least thats what my iguana did
did you just get done watching PURE COUNTRY? you know that little white spot in chicken sh*t its chicken sh*t too.
Your right! I dropped my bubble gum in a chicken house one time and it didn't take long to figure out that you can't tell the the difference bubble gum and chicken sh**.
Birds and reptiles are two different things
Yes but they are very similar..
Everything you ever wanted to know about poop
Isn't it called "urea" or something?
Unlike mammals, birds don't urinate. Their kidneys extract nitrogenous wastes from the bloodstream, but instead of excreting it as urea dissolved in urine as we do, they excrete it in the form of uric acid. Uric acid has a very low solubility in water, so it emerges as a white paste. This material, as well as the output of the intestines, emerges from the bird's cloaca. The cloaca is a multi-purpose hole for birds: their wastes come out of it, they have sex by putting their cloacas together, and females lay eggs out of it.
In humans, soft poop is really one long, mostly continuous sausage before it comes out. It gets its "link" look because we tend to pinch off lengths of it with the anal sphincter as the poop emerges. If a person pinches hard enough, the poop separates into several turd units. If the person doesn't pinch that hard, the turds may stay connected.
If you can remain sufficiently relaxed, you can produce an awesomely long poop that will coil up inside the toilet.
iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiinteresting .... brb!
Sounds like an excuse to give the missus for a little turd burgling if I've ever heard one.........
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