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Is Eating feces healthy? Cavemen ate their own feces sowhy can't we?

Commented on December 23, 2012
Created December 23, 2012 at 9:03 PM

Originally thought to grow from cow dung, recent carbon dating has suggested that cows were born from their own feces, and in turn came the chemical molecule Psilocybin from the shit cow. Much like the 'Chicken or Egg: who came first' theory and discussion, the 'Cow-Shit and Mushroom Trip' arguments have no end and cause people to eat both, regardless of studies. An ancient cave drawing found in France, circa last week depicts a French Caveman eating shit, yet enjoying the experience. Used for billions of years by tribes of bacteria for ritual and religious purposes, Psilocybin became popular when it was found that it was not an hallucinogenic fungus, somewhere between the death and subsequent resurrection of Mighty Mouse. However, this was later reported to be a typing error on the part of the government, and it was found that it is not only hallucinogenic but also an aphrodisiac. The resulting population explosion and crazy literature was almost too much for the populus to bear and so the drug was made mandatory for all women and men between the ages of three days and 72 years old. This was also found to be a typing error, and the results of this terrible mistake led to the destruction of both the Roman civilization and Atlantis. Today, its use is carefully monitored by the thought police and all those using it better beware, for it is magical and will make you do naughty things.

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Grass is not part of the human's natural diet so go for Paleo-raised

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Should I make sure the humans are "grass fed"?

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on December 23, 2012
at 09:42 PM

who are you john allegro? Terence Mckenna?

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on December 23, 2012
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Agreed! But make sure they come from pastured animals/humans cause that makes them oh so much better for you! :)

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on December 23, 2012
at 09:50 PM

Grass is not part of the human's natural diet so go for Paleo-raised

77877f762c40637911396daa19b53094

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on December 23, 2012
at 09:22 PM

Should I make sure the humans are "grass fed"?

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