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so i’ve been a little constipated recently. this morning, i finally was able to take dump, and when i looked back in the toilet i noticed one of the turds seemed to have mold on it! i have not been able to find any info on this topic online! help!!!!!!!!!
First, I must commend you on a very acute and perspicacious nature to distinguish mold on your stool from any other undigested or partially digested organic matter of a high dietary fiber content. For starters, human feces is constituted to a large extent by expelled dead bacteria from the gut flora, digestion by-products and undigested material, and is colored by bile and bilirubin. It should be noted that flora of the human gut consists primarily in a core of different bacteria, however there are types of fungus that play key roles as well, most of them being different yeasts such as Candida and Saccharomyces. Nonetheless, other types of fungus instrumental in digestion include Aspergillus and Penicillium, both of which are molds. Aspergillus, is a common disease causing genus of fungus. The diseases are collectively known as Aspergillosis and are often comorbid with immune system compromising diseases such as AIDS. An Aspergilloma, that is a “fungus ball” of a variety of body cavities can effect the gastrointestinal tract. This could be what you are seeing.
So the local gays have been using girls to instigate orgies with straight men. how do you get head from two girls but avoid having the homosexual touch you?
Zip-ties and a weapon.
Will joining the Navy turn me gay?
When ships were powered by the wind and sailors were at sea for stretches of many months without women, the stereotype of the gay sailor was born. This lacking of a heterosexual libido release allegedly became manifest in a homosexual manner. Yet is there any truth to this stereotype?
Homosexuality is believed to occur primarily from natural events, that is, certain hereditary and hormonal factors. Notably, in 2008, significant research suggested brain symmetry was linked with sexual orientation. Yet, in addition to natural factors, some contextual ones are also alleged to play a role. Social constructs within a culture can inhibit or facilitate homosexuality. One’s latent homosexual urges may be confused or discouraged in a social setting that is not accepting. Within a society that has a negative view of homosexuality, an enterprise that has a tradition for harboring gays will be likely to attract them. Further, a high concentration of males (many Naval vessels are not outfitted for women, and the highest ratio is 1:5) is still a context that will raise the incidence of homosexuality. While joining the Navy alone will not turn you gay, it may help you find your inner homo.