Written by Zako Strle
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Friday, 2 April 2010

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Crazed Local Pooper Just Before She Poops a Really Big One

Newark, NJ - A Poop 'n Pants Meet-up Group that staged a simultaneous Poop 'n Pants Party near the greeter station at the local Wal-Mart and has spurred a Poop 'n Pants Craze that's spreading throughout the Northeast.

"Since Newark is basically the shit hole for New York City, I can't imagine a more appropriate place to start a Poop 'n Pants Craze," commented one Meet-up Group pooper in white pants with a big brown stain in the posterior area.

Once local high school students caught wind of the craze, they began loading up on beans, pork tamales, prunes and chocolate and staged a Poop 'n Pants Poop-off during a morning pep rally.

"It was more of a poop rally," said one student in spandex with a stinky went stain in back.

"It gives me a real feeling of freedom and individual expression," said another student during an interview on the Maury Povich show. "It's my way of protesting the state of the world today and there's no better place to poop your pants than the greeter station of a Wal-Mart, except maybe on a crowded subway or while in line at McDonalds."

Wal-Mart stocks have tanked significantly as the store - along with McDonalds - has become a popular pooping ground for crazed poopers.

Officials at Wal-Mart tried to downplay the craze saying it wasn't a real stinker since they already noticed a rise in laundary detergent sales and expected diaper sales to increase once the Poop 'n Diaper Craze takes grip.

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