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While examining dildos and butt plugs and books on the female orgasm at Adam and Eve's, I met a colon cleansing salesman. He claimed a lot for his kit. The price was steep. The colon was an obsession growing up. Quite regular analysis/discussion of the consistency, length, and color of stools to indicate health. Lots of books on colon cleansing systems in my house etc. In other words I am no stranger to the claims of colon cleansing.

Well, this guy claimed his colon cleanser was much more adanced than the system of Jason Winter (another colon cleansing guy with books to boot). He claimed it cleaned you so well, you may experience milk in your stools. But not just any milk mind you. We're talking about milk from long ago. As in breast or bottled milk from your younger days. Has anyone out there experienced shitting milk? If so, did you experience a sense of relief, nostalgia etc. ?

In case you're wondering, try this (you'll be changed I promise):

Easy to carry to Todd and Laura's house after gorging on beer, moonshine, the great bone etc.

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Brennen Wysong said…
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A said…
Is this true? You met a colon cleansing salesman at the sex shop?

And he told you his cleansing rituals were so good you'd shit milk?

Awesome.
postpran said…
A,

yes, strange salesman, but maybe he was in the right place?

Let me know if you try any cleansers. I haven't mustered the courage yet.
A said…
Let you know? if I cleanse? my colon?

I'm not even sure what colon cleansings are supposed to do? Keep you regular?

How do you know if your colon needs cleansed?

That was big business in Los Angeles, but I never understood why so many people were walking around with such filthy colons.

Is it just a nice way of saying enema? Please explain.
postpran said…
Colon Cleansing Systems are supposed to:

1) clean out the heavy gray meat lodged in yr colon from long ago

2) clean out old dairy

3) help with allergies and increase overall energy flow

A good colon cleanser is supposed to be spirtual (and physical). It is often used in conjunction with fasting. Some experience visions after a day or two. In general, many users report expelling strange things they thought was digested. Just imagine years and years of old rotten food stuck to yr colon!

I am not fond of flushing, but again, if you take the quest I would interested to know if some or all of the claims are true.
leche said…
i got to this post after googling a favorite internal phrase of mine 'shit milk' which i picked up from a guy who had lived in argentina and claimed that they swore a lot about shitting in the milk of the pure virgin...etc. when really upset.
i also plan to get a 'high colonic' one of these days. why not!
postpran said…
shitting in the milk of a pure virgin. That's interesting indeed!!! hm . . . .

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