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Fling Poo | October 17, 2008

The age old question of whether or not to fling one's poo.

The age old question of whether or not to fling one

Date of Urge: 10-17-2008

Time of Urge: 1:30 p.m.

Location of Urge: Vet’s office

Description of Urge: While delivering my pet’s fecal sample to the vet’s office (routine screening) I had the almost uncontrollable urge to fling the poo at the receptionists face while screaming “HOW COULD YOU DO THIS TO ME?  I THOUGHT WE HAD SOMETHING SPECIAL!!!  EAT SHIT BITCH!!!”

Why urge was controlled: No other people in the waiting room, so therefore no audience for my hilarious antics.  Also, the receptionist was pretty cute.

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What do we consider an almost uncontrollable urge? Well, first we need to establish a definition. Almost: al*most, [awl-mohst], -adverb, meaning: very nearly. Uncontrollable: un*con*trol*la*ble, [un-kuh n-troh-luh-buhl], -adjective, meaning: incapable of being controlled or restrained. Urge: [urj], -noun, meaning: an involuntary, natural, or instinctive impulse. Therefore, an almost uncontrollable urge is an involuntary, natural or instinctive impulse that is very nearly incapable of being controlled or restrained. These A.U.U.'s occur mostly in public settings, as there is very little to constrain a person in a private setting. The urge is frequently overcome due to any number of things, such as: societal standards, fear of retribution, fear of prosecution, fear of being left alone after having embarrased a significant other for the last time, etc. This is simply a list of several of the AUU's that we have had.

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