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Subject: Edit re: soap stick suppository


Author:
Sue (UK)
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Date Posted: Saturday, October 06, 2012, 10:59: am

Fear Of The Babys(h)itter:

I guess it used to be something that babysitters routinely checked when looking
after babies and younger kids: "do I need to bathe him/her?", "has he/she done a
bowel movement today?"

And if the answer was no, the babysitter would be ready to administer the
fastest and most reliable remedy.

They might have had the soap cut up and a tube of k.y jelly in their pocket.
And when they were getting the child out of the bath, suddenly haul her over the
lap.

Causing the child to panic - "what! don't smack me!"
"I'm not going to smack you..."
"what's that" (as k.y is rubbed on her anus)
"...but I know you haven't done a doodoo all day"
He reaches around for the soapstick.
"I don't need to..."
but her doo-doo hole is burst open - a fat finger pushes the soap stick through
the closed barrier. Pain - screams - crying -
finger pushing all the way in
"That'll make you do a good doodoo"
Child crying, enraged, thinking "why? how could you do this to me?"
Pain as the stinging soap melts. "It hurts"
"That's just a bit of soap melting - it'll help you do a doodoo"
"I need to do one now"
"No. not yet!"
The wait becomes unbearable, the itchy urge in the shit-tunnel becomes intense.
"Oww...I need the potty - I need to do!!"
"It's not time yet - you need the soap to melt 'cause it'll make you do a
doodoo"
An eternity seems to pass, then a strong urge hits, "I have to do one now!"
At last she's placed on the potty - and yes, she's doing a big doodoo, a big
smelly one...
And then when it's all over and she's been wiped, she's being put to bed.
Frightened at what she's just learned - that it's not just mum and dad, that
maybe all adults are able to hurt her up the dirt-hole if she doesn't do on
time.

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Author:
Sue (UK)
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Date Posted: Monday, March 04, 2013, 01:02: pm

So as you can see I learned the hard way about saving slivers of soap for use as suppositories - esp. when someone may not have gone for days without doing a dooey but still needs a little extra "traction" to help push the evil out.

I found myself having to take one Saturday evening. It'd been 36 hours since I'd "done anything", and I was amazed at the results - two panfuls of filth coming out. Mental note: use these next time a certain M isn't "doing" well

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jean
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Date Posted: Monday, March 04, 2013, 06:11: pm

sue that is a cute story about doing a dooey. i am italian and i use the term dogoloo do go loo

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Sue (UK) to Jean
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Date Posted: Saturday, March 30, 2013, 12:19: pm

"Do go loo" - that's funny.
But I wouldn't use it myself. It reminds me of
(a) that song by Lush where the backing vocals in the guitar breaks are going "doo-a-loo-a-doo-doo" which I always thought sounded like potty training
(b) there's that 1930s song "How Do You Do, Honolulu" which would sound to a constipation-obssessed child like an enquiry into their bowel functions, about "doo-ing" on the "loo"

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[> Subject: Re: Edit re: soap stick suppository


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Sue (UK) to Jean
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Date Posted: Wednesday, March 06, 2013, 01:51: pm

I've had a few weeks respite from worrying about Melanie's bowels - but I'm the one who's having constipation troubles right now.
I had to take another soap suppository last night - I'm using just plain ivory soap but it's having a definite lubricating effect as well as stimulating effect. It wasn't such a dramatic result this time but at least I did a decent-size dooey.
BTW: If you want to chat privately...

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Author:
jean
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Date Posted: Wednesday, March 06, 2013, 02:17: pm

can we chat

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Author:
Sue (UK)
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Date Posted: Wednesday, March 06, 2013, 05:26: pm

My address is under the highlighted name

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