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2014-02-10 03:31:27 PM  
POOP THREAD!

/a little late, I know
 
2014-02-10 03:32:16 PM  
I can proudly say my daughter's shiat can kill a yak. Learned it from her daddy. So proud of my little snowflake.
 
2014-02-10 03:33:48 PM  

Fizics: Actually I can agree with this, I have been forced to change my child on occasion in public facilities (Ladies Room) and at times I have  to ask other mothers to take their children outside because their odor is unbearable to my child. If I cannot find a suitable "odor-free" area in which to change her I will ask to use a manager's private office. I have noticed that some of the more common children have intense foul odor, most likely linking to their diet but my strict vegan lifestyle affords my children an almost "odor-free" process of elimination.

This isn't to put other mothers down but at times I am forced to ask them to leave and it is embarrassing to me.


that will get some bites.
 
2014-02-10 03:34:04 PM  

Nana's Vibrator: As a parent of little littluns and expert on the subject matter from the link, let me explain to you that I will never discuss this nonsense with anyone, save for perhaps a doctor or a desperate parent, to whom I will reference a physician.  This will not be part of our conversation.


thanks for letting us know!
 
2014-02-10 03:35:14 PM  
Not for this dad.
 
2014-02-10 03:36:04 PM  
just wait until their mother feeds them beets, but neglects to tell you.  You're looking at what looks like a diaper full of bloody stool and wondering where the hell you go from there...
 
2014-02-10 03:36:15 PM  
I am shocked that some people actually think their kid's crap smells better than everyone else's.

People are usually so objective and level-headed about things involving their kids.
 
2014-02-10 03:38:19 PM  
vudukungfu:
Neither are those people who stand up at town hall meetings with opinions about what to do about the drug menace in the community because they are parents of junkies.

They raise children to become young adults with enough common sense not to stick a filthy needle in their arms filled with an unknown poison.

Notice you won't see the concerned "parents" of junkies taking their own spawn home to cool off. They want a taxpayer funded rehab center well away from their own neighborhoods.


Uhh, something on your mind today?

/parents are parents as soon as they breed, you're just describing crappy ones
 
2014-02-10 03:39:33 PM  
Seems natural that the degeneracy of society would lead to dog like coprophagia  in what we call "parents" today.
 
2014-02-10 03:42:00 PM  
I'm responding to you as a general pediatrician who is not an expert on smell and cognitive function, but as someone who did research on diarrhea many years ago and have had numerous discussions with colleagues and parents on the subject.

This guy knows his shiat.
 
2014-02-10 03:44:27 PM  

cgraves67: demaL-demaL-yeH: cgraves67: I think my two-week old's poop smells like Italian salad dressing, but it looks like the unholy hybrid of mustard and tapioca pudding. I'm so confused.

You go too heavy on the balsamic, mix in pecorino, and really shouldn't use cumin.
/Baby poop is bad.
//Baby poop after they start solid foods is horrific.

Oh, I well know it. This is my second one.

The funny thing is, having an infant around seemed like a huge stress the first time. This time, having just the infant around seems like bliss compared to both the infant and the perpetual whirlwind of destruction that is a two-year old.


Man, don't I know it.  I am a stay at home dad to a 5 month old boy and a 3 year old girl.  Those few hours a week when Miss 3 is at preschool are so quiet.  The boy just eats, poops, chews on stuff, and watches sports with his old man.
 
2014-02-10 03:53:10 PM  

Fizics: Actually I can agree with this, I have been forced to change my child on occasion in public facilities (Ladies Room) and at times I have  to ask other mothers to take their children outside because their odor is unbearable to my child. If I cannot find a suitable "odor-free" area in which to change her I will ask to use a manager's private office. I have noticed that some of the more common children have intense foul odor, most likely linking to their diet but my strict vegan lifestyle affords my children an almost "odor-free" process of elimination.

This isn't to put other mothers down but at times I am forced to ask them to leave and it is embarrassing to me.


One bite and one calling you out.  I'm sure your ratio will improve, this is art.
 
2014-02-10 03:59:45 PM  
autophiliac.files.wordpress.com
 
2014-02-10 04:03:03 PM  
This mom's baby makes messes worth eating.  bow to her!

Don't click the link.  It's SFW, and not nearly as offputting as many links here.  It's just gross.
 
2014-02-10 04:03:31 PM  

Big 900: cgraves67: demaL-demaL-yeH: cgraves67: I think my two-week old's poop smells like Italian salad dressing, but it looks like the unholy hybrid of mustard and tapioca pudding. I'm so confused.

You go too heavy on the balsamic, mix in pecorino, and really shouldn't use cumin.
/Baby poop is bad.
//Baby poop after they start solid foods is horrific.

Oh, I well know it. This is my second one.

The funny thing is, having an infant around seemed like a huge stress the first time. This time, having just the infant around seems like bliss compared to both the infant and the perpetual whirlwind of destruction that is a two-year old.

Man, don't I know it.  I am a stay at home dad to a 5 month old boy and a 3 year old girl.  Those few hours a week when Miss 3 is at preschool are so quiet.  The boy just eats, poops, chews on stuff, and watches sports with his old man.


So kinda like a dog that can talk (almost).

Surprise your wife by teaching him how to fetch and let us know how that goes.
 
2014-02-10 04:05:04 PM  
My opinion of your little snowflake ..

www.greenpeace.org
 
2014-02-10 04:13:33 PM  
I think it's a combination of perceiving the odor of someone you like more favorably than that of others and (more prominently) social desirability bias. Anytime the subjects of a survey are self-reporting their opinions regarding a question that invovles any type of perceived social status, in a non-anonymous manner, some of the results will be skewed toward what they believe will result in them being viewed positively. Parents (moms) likely feel they will be judged if they don't say they think their baby is less stinky than others OR think they will get "good mom" points for saying their baby is less stinky to them.
 
2014-02-10 04:15:10 PM  

Fizics: Actually I can agree with this, I have been forced to change my child on occasion in public facilities (Ladies Room) and at times I have  to ask other mothers to take their children outside because their odor is unbearable to my child. If I cannot find a suitable "odor-free" area in which to change her I will ask to use a manager's private office. I have noticed that some of the more common children have intense foul odor, most likely linking to their diet but my strict vegan lifestyle affords my children an almost "odor-free" process of elimination.

This isn't to put other mothers down but at times I am forced to ask them to leave and it is embarrassing to me.


Lulz
 
2014-02-10 04:40:53 PM  

Fizics: most likely linking to their diet but my strict vegan lifestyle affords my children an almost "odor-free" process of elimination.


You and your Rip Esselstein and Lance the Druggie Veggie losers can take your red diaper doper baby beliefs and cram it where the sun dont shine. Im going to eat melted cheese, beef, pork, chicken thigh, cabbage, eggs, feta cheese, onions and garlic today along with a giant helping of wheat gluten, the real deadliest substance known to man, and pass gas on people like you. I cant wait to see you wince at my fecal odor. If I was all powerful, I'd stick you on a desert Island and watch you slurp down cockroaches for protein bear grills style and laugh at every second.
 
2014-02-10 04:49:43 PM  
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2014-02-10 04:52:54 PM  

zeio: Fizics: most likely linking to their diet but my strict vegan lifestyle affords my children an almost "odor-free" process of elimination.

You and your Rip Esselstein and Lance the Druggie Veggie losers can take your red diaper doper baby beliefs and cram it where the sun dont shine. Im going to eat melted cheese, beef, pork, chicken thigh, cabbage, eggs, feta cheese, onions and garlic today along with a giant helping of wheat gluten, the real deadliest substance known to man, and pass gas on people like you. I cant wait to see you wince at my fecal odor. If I was all powerful, I'd stick you on a desert Island and watch you slurp down cockroaches for protein bear grills style and laugh at every second.


Your cheek is bleeding...
 
2014-02-10 05:08:06 PM  

Fizics: Actually I can agree with this, I have been forced to change my child on occasion in public facilities (Ladies Room) and at times I have  to ask other mothers to take their children outside because their odor is unbearable to my child. If I cannot find a suitable "odor-free" area in which to change her I will ask to use a manager's private office. I have noticed that some of the more common children have intense foul odor, most likely linking to their diet but my strict vegan lifestyle affords my children an almost "odor-free" process of elimination.

This isn't to put other mothers down but at times I am forced to ask them to leave and it is embarrassing to me.


ooooh. This one is good. 7-8/10 at least.
 
2014-02-10 05:08:24 PM  

bacongood: Some kids stink worse than others.

I haven't had my own, but I have changed the diapers of my nieces and nephews.  While the first four all smelled like shiat, the last one made me want to vomit.  Seriously made me dry heave on multiple occasions   Her mom didn't notice a difference compared to the other kids though.


No, they don't. Once you've had your own, you'll understand. It varies depending on what you've fed them, how used to that particular item their digestive system is, how old they are, etc.
 
2014-02-10 05:14:17 PM  
What a crock of shiat.
 
2014-02-10 05:32:09 PM  
My daughter's diapers used to smell really bad; but we gave her a green tea enema and it's much better now.
 
2014-02-10 05:32:42 PM  
chaoslife.findchaos.com
 
2014-02-10 05:55:07 PM  
I can't recall ever discussing my children's poop.  I recall gagging when changing diapers.  On more serious note, my grandson at 5 years of age doesn't like pooping.  It has turned into an ordeal for his parents.  They are receiving counseling.  I was told he had an ex ray of his bowels and they are distended.  This has been going for more than 2 years.  No relief in sight.  I have never come across something like this.  His Mom and Dad are most concerned.  At first we thought it would pass.  Instead it has become worse than expected.  He was babysat by another set of grandparents who are from a different culture.  We are Eastern Europeans and the kid didn't spend much time with us.  I often wonder if he received messages regarding elimination that would make him feel badly about such things.
 
2014-02-10 06:35:35 PM  

Random Anonymous Blackmail: WTF is wrong with people.


Usually, a lot. Worst of all they keep reproducing.
 
2014-02-10 09:16:21 PM  
Explains why I can tolerate the delicate bouquet of my shiat and run screaming from the stench of anyone else's.
 
2014-02-10 10:49:33 PM  

fruitloop: I'm responding to you as a general pediatrician who is not an expert on smell and cognitive function, but as someone who did research on diarrhea many years ago and have had numerous discussions with colleagues and parents on the subject.

This guy knows his shiat.


Ha, that got me to chuckle.

My kids are old enough where I've mentally blocked out those years. Changing diapers never freaked me out, and I don't remember any of them having especially odiferous diapers until around potty training time. They all trained early (around 2) because starting at age 1 or so, I'd say things about poop belonging in the toilet and such.

There shouldn't be any emotion around it, which is probably the issue for the kid in that post a few above. Poor kid, hope he gets over that soon.
 
2014-02-11 12:58:17 AM  
Well, everyone knows your own farts smell fine, while others' can peel paint off the walls, so...
 
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