Poop Transplants

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+5 1. tsar911 commented 6 years ago

Transplanting soil or water from one field to the other is one thing - Eating shit, however, is a whole lot other fetish.
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+3 2. DetectiveBlack commented 6 years ago

One thousand trillion flies can't be wrong.
Eat more shit!
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-6 3. WildMonkey commented 6 years ago

This must be why the Germans are so healthy.
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-2 4. CiF commented 6 years ago

#3 ahahahh lol (i don't get it, but LOL anyway)
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+1 5. Kolepto commented 6 years ago

Science is badass; even when we are discussing fecal matter, which can get 'crappy' fast...
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0 6. archis commented 6 years ago

Holy shit!
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+7 7. Sin_iZ commented 6 years ago

Bear Grylls come out come out wherever you are >:) :x :D
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+1 8. Judge-Jake commented 6 years ago

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-2 9. Cloe commented 6 years ago

#8 actually YES SHIT!! :*
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0 10. thundersnow commented 6 years ago

No one said eating it, #1! Transplanting means transferring fecal matter directly into the colon, just like transplanting a plant from one part of the garden into another. This is a medical procedure with a very promising outcome for an infection that is life threatening and that no one is immune to. So maybe you should inform yourself a little better.