It used to be that kopi luwak, coffee processed through the bowels of civets, was the top end of high priced and rare coffee. But now, at $50 a cup, Black Ivory coffee is the new hotness. And instead of going through the bowls of a cat, it goes through the bowels of a Thai elephant. Mmm.
War is already nasty, but if this unlikely crap firing tank were ever manufactured, it would be even nastier. The design solves the problem of waste buildup inside a tank by converting the human waste into a weapon.
Do you avoid the office resties at all costs when you’ve got number 2 to do? Does the idea of pooping at work give you nightmares? This book is for you. Features hilarious (and useful!) tips for discrete workplace waste removal– including diagrams.
If you’ve ever hoped that you could self-diagnose a wide range of intestinal issues with rainbow colored poo, E. Chromi might become your new beverage of choice. The probiotic drink is now used just to detect the presence of E. coli, but one day will be able to tell you if you have colon cancer, worms, rotavirus or a stomach ulcer. Magic rainbow poo.
Everything you’ve wanted to know about the etiquette of taking a crap at the opera in the early 1800s
These days, theaters of all kinds come equipped with clean and (mostly) sanitary restrooms for everyone’s convenience. In 1830s London however, people were not so lucky. So what exactly did you do in 1830 if you were at a play or opera and really had to evacuate that turtle head? Some guy wrote a book about the subject, in case you were wondering.
When toilet companies need to test the flush load on toilets— that is, whether or not their product can handle that massive dump you’ve been holding in for days— they don’t leave things to chance, and they don’t use real poo. Instead, they use a finely concocted synthetic shit mixture that has the same weight, density, buoyancy and consistency of your average log.
Everyone loves burgers. Well, except for vegetarians. But they’re always trying to find burger substitutes to remind them of all the burger goodness they’re missing. But a burger made out of human poo? Japanese scientist Mitsuyuki Ikeda has developed a “burger” made from soya, steak sauce essence, and protein extracted from human feces.
So this guy in the UK for some reason decided that he was going to try and turn his shit into perfume. And he did. And now he’s selling it for £40 a pop and he’s sold 25 bottles of it so far.