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    My colon is trying to kill me .

    Yes I fed you way too much ungodly food last night, but that's no reason to get all constipated and hold onto something you don't like.

    Anyway... SUCK IT UP AND DEAL CAUSE I AM GONNA KEEP FEEDING YOU WHAT EVER THE HELL I WANT AND YOU ARE GONNA LIKE IT.

    ...stupid POS organ.
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    Typology is a laziness perpetuating, mental masturbatory distraction, validating self-serving, self-fulfilling prophecies, enabling delegating responsibility through hollow pigeon-holing. Very useful, when one already knows the truth, and needs to justify any possible way of avoiding it, consciously or not.
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    Quote Originally Posted by BadOctopus View Post
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    Quote Originally Posted by prplchknz View Post
    crackers Kraken.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Hard View Post
    My colon is trying to kill me .

    Yes I fed you way too much ungodly food last night, but that's no reason to get all constipated and hold onto something you don't like.

    Anyway... SUCK IT UP AND DEAL CAUSE I AM GONNA KEEP FEEDING YOU WHAT EVER THE HELL I WANT AND YOU ARE GONNA LIKE IT.

    ...stupid POS organ.
    yes it is indeed a point of service organ. i'd never consider that before. but if you think about you feeed it food which gets distributed and broken down and gives you energy to do stuff. ok i don't know the correct order i'm not a biologist. but it makes sense.
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    Zoo
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    Quote Originally Posted by prplchknz View Post
    yes it is indeed a point of service organ. i'd never consider that before. but if you think about you feeed it food which gets distributed and broken down and gives you energy to do stuff. ok i don't know the correct order i'm not a biologist. but it makes sense.
    I'd like to invent the technology to magically teleport food into your colon and skip the stomach, so it won't be a POS organ anymore. I hardly have the guts for food traveling through my stomach anymore; just the thought of it fills me with bile.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Vulcan View Post
    I'd like to invent the technology to magically teleport food into your colon and skip the stomach, so it won't be a POS organ anymore.
    then there'd be no point in eating.
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    Quote Originally Posted by prplchknz View Post
    then there'd be no point in eating.
    True, I guess at that point, the colon would be a shell of itself. It wouldn't even be a full colon; it would be more of a semicolon.
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