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Q: How can I prevent my GF find out I poop?

My GF and I have been going out for few months. She asked me to come and spend a week at her cottage. Whenever I stay at her place, I always just hold it, but there's no way I'll last whole week without pooping.

She's a little immature and believes men don't poop, and I am afraid if she finds out, she might break up with me. How can I avoid that situation?

Anybody, .... ?

22 weeks 1 day ago in  Family & Kids - China

 
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Ancient wisdom: shove it back in. This way, the next time you poop it will be the same poop. Keep doing this until the week is over. 

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Ancient wisdom: shove it back in. This way, the next time you poop it will be the same poop. Keep doing this until the week is over. 

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and i thought men were proud of their ability to poop, and will annouce the event in advance......

i often hear mothers compliment their sons on their pooping ability. crying

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I remember reading a similar thing once, some girl had moved in with her boyfriend - presumably the first time she'd lived with a guy - and had been waiting until he went to work so she could crap but was worried about what she'd do when he had a week off or something.

 

Apparantly miss 'sugar and spice' didn't want the boyfriend knowing she farted loudly, splattered the bowl and stunk the place out like everyone else.

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