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June 25, 2019


Massachusetts residents see 'tornado of poop' after sewer line blockage

(Thanks to Rod Nunley, pharmaross and Le Petomane)


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.. blocked by what, precisely?

How many mobile homes were defecated — I mean devastated?

I would have went with "poopnado."

♫ "Roto-Rooter, that's the name, and away go troublEEEEEEYIKES!!"

Moe, Larry and Curly from the local water department showed up to repair some sewer/water lines on the street a while back. They 'pressurized' the system after their repairs and blew up our sprinkler system, one station valve and several sprinkler heads. One toilet was jumping up and down making loud noises. We made the city pay for the damage.

I was all set to see Tornado of Poop when they canceled the show due to an unfortunate shoving incident between band members causing and obstruction of the lead guitarist's lower intestine.

There's a cheap device available to prevent this, or an easy-access version. Many people don't install one until it's too late.

This incident has already attracted the TV movie producers to film as a mini-series. In an attempt at some form of originality, the working title will be: "Mr. Hankey Spins Out of Control."

I'm sure SyFy channel is on it, up to 5 sequels at least. "Poopnado V - The Final Fermentation."

MOTW has a point though. It's like watching rats run away from something. What could put that kind of a scare into that much poop?

In related news, the Ty-D-Bol man was reported "lost at sea". He leaves behind a wife and two small s#its.

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