Story was that one function evening in the Sgt's Mess in Kineton the girlfriend of an AT stepped up on the bar, hoiked her skirt up, dropped her knickers and shat in a pint pot to tumultuous applause from the crowd,..........except the badgeman.Believable, I know a few working women who tell me horror stories about clients requesting such services
Classy lady! I imagine seeing that was a bit hard to swallow!Story was that one function evening in the Sgt's Mess in Kineton the girlfriend of an AT stepped up on the bar, hoiked her skirt up, dropped her knickers and shat in a pint pot to tumultuous applause from the crowd,..........except the badgeman.
It's already an established treatment for those who have clostridium difficile and is being researched for colitis/Crohns sufferers too.Classy lady! I imagine seeing that was a bit hard to swallow!
As I said before, I started this thread in good faith, but I am not sure how one would volunteer to be a donor, or how one would suggest to a doctor that you might benefit from this treatment.
However - if it helps someone that it has been worth while.
C Diff is a bastard I have seen people nearly shit themselves to death from it, laying in puddles of their own liquid. Slack drill's in hospitals where the spores are easily transferred by staff, not wearing protective over clothing and subsequently not doing a thorough decontamination drill before going back onto the general medical ward and passing it on. Thorough disinfection of rooms and contents is also necessary regularly to mop up and kill the spores.*It's already an established treatment for those who have clostridium difficile and is being researched for colitis/Crohns sufferers too.
Been done, I transplanted my smegma on a regular basis in to German scutters. The sacrifices I made for medical science, I should have a medal!The whole 'faecal transplant' thing ('transpoosion') initially sounded like a storyline to some German scat vid, rather than a serious medical scientific advancement.
Is there anything that can't be transplanted in the name of medical science? Hand transplants, corneas, heart and lungs, face transplants and now these faecal donations.
Not to be outdone it seems that scientists have been working on the problem that some women have in that their undercarriage emits the whiff of Grimsby fish market on a hot summer day. Apparently the answer isn't 'improve your hygiene madam'. The solution is the next item on the transplant list..... vaginal fluid.
I predict the next 'thing' in the transplant arena will therefore be smegma. It's about the only bodily discharge thing left that has yet to be prodded or squeezed in the name of science to understand if it can have a benefit to others.... apart from being the main ingredient of a skiffed mug. Start setting aside your jars of smegma now I say and submit them to your local medical research lab to beat the rush....