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Mystery poo - October 16, 2006, 01:50 PM

I have a shed right outside my back door that I keep my bike in.When I come out the back door,there are 5 steps down to it,so I can see on top of it.A week ago,I noticed what look like a larger terd on top of my shed.I was baffled how it got there,but just chuckled and didn't think much of it.So I go out again yesterday morning and notice another terd next to the first one.Now I'm wondering what the heck is going on.So I consider the options.

1. A person climbed up there and did it..The shed is made of thin metal and it would probally collapse with just a small kid on top.Debunked.

2. Someone threw it.These are perfectly formed undisturbed terds and have the customary spiral pattern.Debunked.

3. Must be an animal.Lot's of squirrels out there,but these are large terds.There are a few stray cats,but again....to big for a cat.So it must be a dog.How would a dog get up there? I may have solved this mystery,but it's just a theory.There is a dog in the yard on the other side of the fence.There is also a tree in that yard right up against the fence on the other side of the shed.I don't know if dogs can climb trees,but this is the best I can come up with.The top of the fence is level with the top of the shed.

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Racoon poo. Dont ask me how i know.


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It's SPUD's
BWAHAHAHAHAHA and he's trying to pin it on a raccoon. for shame.


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Sometimes you can only tell by taste.

Acorns = squirell
Berries = raccoon
Worms = bird

Go take a nibble and you will know for sure.
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Acorns = squirell
Berries = raccoon
Worms = bird

Go take a nibble and you will know for sure.
Now THAT is funny!
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its goose sh*t...specially on football fields...
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Someone is throwing it over the fence or something. Do you have any neighbors that have large animals? Do they use a shovel or something. If they do...they are probably just throwing it over the fence and doesnt care where it goes.


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