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Michelle wrote:
I think poop time is the reason that wireless internet was invented.

Guess what I'm doing right now?!?


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If we can't get any nutrients from cooked food there'd have been a massive die-off by now. We may get less sometimes. But we get some.

That said raw food is yummy and healthy and people should eat it more probably.

So do that. :)


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Who's to say we were not supposed to live a thousand years?

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Who's to say we were not supposed to live a thousand years?


Um, all archaeological evidence? :roll:

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Um, all archaeological evidence? :roll:


If we were meant to dig stuff up, God would have given us claws, or mechanical bones, therefore, anything discovered via archeology must be false, doncha know anything

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i still boggle that people have time to read on the toilet - i wouldnt even finish the back of a matchbox! i thought being vegan meant that you didnt spend hours sitting on the can! :lol:

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i still boggle that people have time to read on the toilet - i wouldnt even finish the back of a matchbox! i thought being vegan meant that you didnt spend hours sitting on the can! :lol:

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Yeah, same here. Takes me no time at all!

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michaelhobson wrote:
Um, all archaeological evidence? :roll:


If we were meant to dig stuff up, God would have given us claws, or mechanical bones, therefore, anything discovered via archeology must be false, doncha know anything


Silly me. :lol:

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I read on the toilet out of habit, as I used to be on there a long time. Since being vegan I only read about 2 lines of text and then I'm all done. I dunno why I still do it, there isn't really a point to it. I hope this information is of use to you all.

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I read on the toilet out of habit, as I used to be on there a long time. Since being vegan I only read about 2 lines of text and then I'm all done. I dunno why I still do it, there isn't really a point to it. I hope this information is of use to you all.


So, can you reccomend any good two line books for vegans to read on the can? And, what brand of toilet paper do you reccomend? :lol:

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I have a great book called 'Passing time on the Loo' I am not kidding. It was like a whole book of small paragraphs, ideas, phrases, quotes, world history, how things work, discoveries, famous/important people, etc. Hints on everyday life, and morals, and psychology etc. It was very good! You could read tiny parts of it at a time.

Good toilet paper, maybe the script for Magnolia or Donnie Darko.

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Haha, yeah I'm pretty quick on the loo too. No time for reading on the head for me

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Richard wrote:
well there goes that plan :(


Hehe - I'm trying to picture Richard changing his dietary and nutritional intake in an experiment to see whether it's possible not to have pass out any of what we consume.

That's impossible fella - you could always see though how much you could reduce your visits to the toilet though by changing your diet - see if you would only need one Number 1 and one Number 2 a week for instance.

I think you are up to the challenge - let us know how you get on. :wink:


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