To Think it All Started With a Words With Friends Word

Warning—-this post may not be one you want to read —it will deal with human waste so please be forewarned.

Chris and I were lounging in bed the other morning.  I had about a zillion Words with Friends games to play.  No kidding.  I am a little out of control on that right now.  I figure it is a brain exercise so it is a good thing to do but it is a little stressful when i see that I have 15 plays to make.  Yikes!!!

So I was trying to use my letters and put in a word that I thought would work.  The cool thing about this app is that if it isn’t a word it will tell you right then and there that it isn’t going to work—that it knows you are trying to pull a fast one on your opponent and have made up some ridiculous word.  Well I tried to play the word fece.   And as I just typed this spell check did not underline it so I think it is a word, right?  Well, Words With Friends kicked it out.  I was astonished.  I was sure it was a word.   So my husband being the ever helpful soulmate googled it.  Wikipedia said it was “feces” not fece.  Okay….I guess I will bow to that.

But what happened next was amazing.  The hubby continues to read about feces……yes….human excrement.  Now do you think that is really a great topic to be reading to your spouse on a Saturday morning??? How romantic is that?  I guess he figured the roses and chocolates and wonderful dinner were enough and that he no longer needed to be held to the romanticism.  He proceeds to tell me all the different types of stools and , of course, along with that comes his own observations about where he falls on the Bristol Stool Chart normally.  Way too much information, honey!

But in the interest of education and because I always try to leave my readers with something—here you go.  You can peruse at your own speed if you choose.  Maybe you too will learn something like I did.  You’re welcome!


  1. LOL…that isn’t romantic?

  2. Isn’t it funny how much we can talk about what is inserted “at the top”, but are so reluctant to mention the part that doesn’t get digested?


  3. Very enlightening to say the least. 🙂

  4. I am so jealous….

  5. Well, crap! I’m speechless! That doesn’t happen too often!

  6. lol, this was a great giggle, you two been married a while? This is something my hubby would do NOW, 25 years in, but not so much at the 5 year mark in our marriage. 😉 Hope you are having a great start to your week and Chris is feeling better!

  7. Good to know. What if you’re not on the chart? Ha ha.

    If you ever run out of friends to play with, give me a holler. I only have about four games going at a time.

  8. I meant to ask about the vet visit. How did it go?

    • Going in an hour—will let you know! Thanks for asking!!! 🙂 Tending to hubby today—that is ANOTHER story!!! Back spasms on the day before he was to go to China….playing nurse today.

  9. Sounds not unlike the conversations my partner Sara and I have. How funny!

  10. Popping over from Make a Friend Monday.

    Quite enlightening. 🙂 Familiarity breeds comfort. I don’t think the husband and I have had quite as in depth conversation about our, ah, waste, but we’ve definitely engaged in the lazy-mornings reading to one another from Wikipedia’s List of Unusual Deaths. We’re a macabre lot.

    • Thanks for stopping by and commenting!! I debated if I should post that one or not but it was just so bizarre the way that the conversation unfolded that I felt it had to be told!!! 🙂 I could have done without the disclosure of where he fell on the the stool chart, though. 🙂

  11. OMG! TMI LOL!

  12. Helen Brown says:

    It was small and light print on my computer so I don’t really know where I am on the chart. Oh me!

  13. Lol. Lovely conversation!!! They can’t always be perfect!!!! 🙂

  14. What a post you came up with here! I think that would be a good science project for a kid to do. They could research what to eat to get the different types!

  15. Oh my goodness! I know that words with friends can make a gal crazy but this beats it all! 😀

  16. I’m glad someone studied this for us, so we didn’t have to!

  17. Ah poop. Nothing beats a good poop story. This was hilarious, Beth Ann.

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