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Science: Biology
Acid hydrolized intestinal substrate   (+2, -1)  [vote for, against]
An expansive sponge foam that continuously travels into and out of the intestinal tract.

For the facilitation of near liquid diets this acid hydrolyzed proteinous structure produces a continuous log yule passover the holiday.

Simply consume the packages of foam producing powder that expands and solidifies as the peristalsis of the colon forces it like a subway to the next junction.

In the future an electrolytic core will be inserted anteriorly and concentrically into the continuously ejected mass that will modulate digestive processes synthetically as a complimentary nervous system.
-- rcarty, Dec 28 2010

Bowel Budsters
[rcarty, Dec 28 2010]

alternatively pass them 'round.
-- FlyingToaster, Dec 28 2010

Prosthetic poo? Why not just consume regular fiber?
-- GutPunchLullabies, Dec 28 2010

// continuous log yule passover //


[bungston], did you send him any of your funny mushrooms as a Christmas gift ? If you did, it seems he didn't read the instructions about "consume in moderation".

-- 8th of 7, Dec 28 2010

What about this material makes it easier to push with peristaltic contractions than the material in front of it? Do you just want a snytho-turd to impress the chicks? If that's the case I'd try learning some new dance moves or getting a better hair style first.
-- doctorremulac3, Dec 28 2010

I thought of this when I bought some discounted bags of Bowel Buddy cookies not because of digestive issues but because the cookies are uberhealthful. As the story goes, I ate most of the bags and the idea was born.
-- rcarty, Dec 28 2010

Ok, respect.

Myself, I tend to shy away from foods with the word "bowel" in the title but that's me.
-- doctorremulac3, Dec 28 2010

Dear gods. I assumed that anything called "Bowel Buddy" must be a spoof until I Googled.

I presume this is an American concept, alongside "Smooth Turd Gravy", "Thrush-be-gone Cranberry Aperitif" and "Happy Anus High-Fibre Fruitcake" ?
-- MaxwellBuchanan, Dec 28 2010

I'm trying to understand the marketing strategy myself because these are -ahem- passable cookies and would probably appeal to a larger market.

There's nothing particularly special about them but I can understand why they advise rookie poopers to only eat one cookie at first to get accustomed to the fiber. I've had ridiculous diets so I have no problem eating dozens of them.

At the checkout, even though I was laughing at the name and the amazing price discount, the cashier blushed in embarassment (there were many bags), and even though I wasn't embarassed at all I blushed out of contagion. I can't remember what I said, but ultimately we both agreed that everything we eat is associated with pooping.
-- rcarty, Dec 28 2010

"Would you like some Happy Anus High-Fibre Fruitcake?"

"No thanks, I don't like messing with my anus's psyche."
-- doctorremulac3, Dec 28 2010

//there were many bags//
Yeah, but colostomy ain't my bag, baby!
-- gnomethang, Dec 29 2010

//I knew there had to be a rational explanation.// Not sure why you'd make that assumption.
-- lurch, Dec 29 2010

Or, how about fake stool suppositories. Then you avoid even more of the digestive tract (which may be part of the reason for the liquid diet...).
-- Jinbish, Dec 29 2010

random, halfbakery