January 3, 2011

Ultra-Gross goes old school... the Old Testament way!

"Where are your SHOVELS?"
Back in ancient times, folks followed pooping rules . . . just like today! And we can find some of these rules in the Old Testament of the Bible.

For example, in the book of Deuteronomy, Moses gives some insights into proper pooping:
And you should keep a shovel among your weapons; and when you sit down outdoors, you shall dig with that paddle, and you shall bury and cover that which comes from you.
Translation: When you poop outdoors, do it in a hole that you dug with your handy shovel. And then cover your poop-hole up! (And no, nobody ever calls it the book of Doo-teronomy.)

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