Preparing to survive if the world turns to crap.
There's a book that many parents read to many kids. It's called "Everybody Poops". I think it's because kids, for some reason, have a hard time not pooping themselves and going in the toilet where the poop belongs. I'll grant as a kid, taking a nice warm smush in your pants and having someone clean you up without you lifting a finger is nice. I can't wait until I'm 90 so I can do it again, but I digress. What I'm trying to say is that if you poop at home where you have a toilet, you'll poop if you're in the woods or anywhere else say, in some sort of survival situation. As long as you got food going into your mouth, you have poop coming out of your bum.
I think a lot of people take for granted the fact that their waste is taken away on a daily basis. Without that, if we didn't know basic sanitation, we'd all be covered in our own filth. Literally. Ever seen what can happen to a basement in a low lying area when the sewer backs up? It's horrible. I'll show you. Here:
It comes as no surprise to anyone that keeping your poop far away is very important. That's what I'm trying to convey here. The most important rule of pooping is to make sure you poop far away from where you are living. You don't want the feces anywhere near you because it contains bacteria, because it stinks, because it could attract animals. So, here are my rules for pooping in the woods:
Happy pooping, everyone!