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The Poop Pen Page and Other Fun Stuff


Our plumbing supply website wouldn't be complete without these unique, quality - they really work! - poop pens. Great as gag gifts, stocking stuffers or for that hard-to-shop-for person that has "everything." PlumbingSupply.com® is your source for the DooDoo Doodler and thousands of other plumbing-related products.

Doo Doo Doodlers
(AKA: #2 pens) - We aren't kidding! - These are quality pens

The wonderful Doo-Doo Doodler
  • Great gift idea!
  • Unique ink pens
  • Individually sculpted papier-mache (hard).
  • Ergonomically designed grip.
  • Easy to find in your desk, purse or briefcase.
  • Guaranteed not to roll off your desk.
  • Helps stop that nasty pen chewing habit!
  • Made in the U.S.!
  • Each one is slightly different
  • Between 6" and 7" long
  • Odorless
  • Fun Poop Pens = $5.98

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    These pens are an excellent choice when writing "Dear John" letters, working on your income taxes, and check writing. Get the relief you deserve, use these to write crappy letters to Congress, or maybe to your ex-spouse!?! These pens are great for bank tellers and cashiers; no one accidentally carries one off!

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    The Poopie List

    • GHOST POOPIE: The kind where you feel the poopie come out, but there is no poopie in the toilet.
    • CLEAN POOPIE: The kind where you poopie it out, see it in the toilet, but there is nothing on the toilet paper.
    • SECOND WAVE POOPIE: This happens when you're done pooping, have pulled your underwear up to your knees and you realize you have to poopie some more.
    • POP-A-VEIN-IN-YOUR-FOREHEAD POOPIE: The kind where you strain so hard you practically have a stroke.
    • LINCOLN LOG POOPIE: This kind of poopie is so huge, you are afraid to flush without breaking it up with your pencil.
    • GASSEY POOPIE: It is so noisy that everyone within earshot is giggling.
    • DRINKER POOPIE: The kind of poopie you have after a long night of drinking. It's most noticeable trait is the skid marks at the bottom of the toilet bowl.
    • CORN POOPIE: (self explanatory)
    • GEE-I-WISH-I-COULD-POOPIE POOPIE: The kind where you want to poopie but all you could do is sit on the toilet and fart a few times.
    • SPINAL TAP POOPIE: This kind hurts so bad coming out, you swear it is leaving sideways.
    • WET CHEEKS POOPIE (aka POWER DUMP): The kind that comes out so fast, your behind is splashed with toilet water.
    • LIQUID POOPIE: The kind where yellowish-brown liquid shoots out and splashes all over the toilet bowl and you.
    • UPPER CLASS POOPIE: The kind of poopie that does not smell.
    • SUPRISE POOPIE: You are not even at the toilet because you are positive you will only fart, but...(oops!) a poopie.
    • DANGLING POOPIE: This poopie refuses to drop even though you know you are done pooping. You just hope that a shake or two will cut it loose.
    • ATOMIC POOPIE: The kind that burns on the way out and it still burns hours after you poopie.





    Gee, why doesn't it smell like poop?

    Above dog picture sent in by a customer






    Excerpts from Roger's World in the July '95 issue of Coast Weekly:

    Fecal Matters
    Here's the scoop on poop.
    By Roger Luckenbach, PhD

    "...Bodily functions - especially things that come out of us - seem to create severe embarrassment. So we develop all manner of euphemisms to deal with the topic. Feces probably has more pet names than any other word: caca, poop, doo-doo, number two, BM (short for bowel movement), turds, to name a few. We are even afraid to talk about animal dung, and instead employ all sorts of silly phrases such as cow pies, goat berries and donkey apples.
    Clinically, feces are composed largely of materials that could not be digested, together with water, salts, mucus, cellular debris sloughed off from the intestines and bacteria; the remainder is cellulose fiber and other roughage.
    Because a large part of feces is not of dietary origin, feces continue to form and are passed even during prolonged starvation.
    The brown color is derived from bile pigments, which are formed from dead red blood cells. The principle bile pigment is bilirubin, a breakdown product of hemoglobin, which is filtered through the liver and then dumped via the gall bladder into the intestines. Consequently, hepatitis or gallstones may alter fecal color, turning the stool grayish-brown. Anemia may also yield a yellowish appearance. On the other hand, a black-tarry stool is indicative of gastrointestinal bleeding, while bright red color is indicative of hemorrhoidal bleeding. Various foods may also lend various hues, such as corn or beets.
    The pungent odor of feces results from a cocktail of compounds produced by bacterial action upon residues. Odoriferous bacterial products include indole, skatole, mercaptans, hydrogen sulfide, and ammonia. The most characteristic smell derives from indole and skatole, derived principally from the digestion of the amino acid tryptophan. Specific nuances of odor depend upon an individual's colonic flora and the type of food eaten.
    All humans harbor vast hordes of coprophilic (feces-loving) bacteria called E. coli. At any time we carry about seven pounds of bacteria, all busily making gas. It is doubtful we would survive well without our symbiotic guests. E. coli. contributes vitamin K which is essential for proper blood clotting. Additionally, significant amounts of vitamin B-12, thiamine and riboflavin are also produced. As an embarrassing byproduct, almost a gallon of methane gas is also produced per day.
    Bacterial flora varies not only from person to person, but also from region to region. Some forms can kill or cause serious illness. Likewise, if they get into other parts of the body, such as the urinary tract, they can cause infections.
    Food takes any where from 15 to 30 hours to pass through the entire system. This is called transit time and is strongly correlated to the amount of roughage in the diet. Vegetarians have short ones; heavy meat eaters tend to be extreme. You can measure yours by simply eating a large serving of corn or red beets.
    Once swallowed, food is sloshed and churned in the stomach for three to five hours, before being sent to the 20-some feet of the small intestine where it spends another four to five hours. Most of the bacterial degrading is accomplished in the colon, where meals mash into each other and may merge for an additional five to 25 hours.
    An average person defecates some seven pounds per day. This amounts to a little over a ton of feces per year. In nature, fungal and bacterial decomposers make quick work recycling it. Occasionally, cave conditions have provided rare opportunities to fossilize ancient human feces. (Dinosaur coprolites, as fossil feces are called, also exist complete with casts of dung beetle workings). Modern anthropologists have taken to examining ancient diets in hopes of finding former food sources, which are now neglected.
    Feces may not yield enlightenment but they can provide insights."




    Poopie in outer space?

    Thanks to gravity, we here on earth take going to the bathroom for granted, but using the toilet in space isn't nearly as easy. For a long time, says NASA, astronauts actually taped a plastic bag to their buttocks to collect feces and used a hose-and-bag device to urinate.

    Then, in the early 70s, NASA improved bathroom technology with its vacuum toilet. To defecate, astronauts now sit on this toilet and turn the vacuum on. Urination is done through what looks like your vacuum cleaner's hose attachment. Using this toilet is a bit tricky, so part of the preparation for space travel includes potty training, but it sure beats the old bag system.
    Source: THE STRAIGHT DOPE column by Cecil Adams

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    Toilet Rules:
    "If you didn't eat it first, don't put it in the toilet."
    DON'T put dental floss; tampons, etc; cat litter in your toilet.

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    in Babylon - in Egypt - in Crete - in Greece - in Jerusalem
    in Pompeii and Herculaneum - from Roman to old English Times - terrible plagues and epidemics
    Sir Thomas Crapper Myths and Realities - the water closet - in America - the White House plumbing

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    Frequently Asked Questions

    Q. "Are you folks for real? Does this Doo Doo Doodler pen really write?"
    A. Absolutely. We have sold many of them and have never had one complaint.

    Q. "Why do you carry such a crazy and stupid product?"
    A. We don't consider the Poop Pen crazy or stupid. We consider them a fun item and obviously many hundreds of other people also feel this way. They make great gifts and attention getters. We have had orders from all types of people, even governmental agencies (yes, the taxpayers probably paid for them).

    Q. "Do you offer a discount for a large quantity (a "sh_tload") of poop pens?"
    A. Yes, if you buy 20 or more poop pens, you will receive a discount.



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