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Cole Gamble is a writer living in Portland, Oregon. He's working on an evil self-help guide titled Improve Your Life or Die.

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9 thoughts on “The Most Disgusting PSA Poster Ever

  1. nate says:

    I like thinking of the poster as warning that children who eat dog poop will be slapped with a 75-pound fine.

  2. Eric says:

    Wait, so is there a government approved list of things that kids can or can’t put in their mouth in the UK?

  3. Shana says:

    I would like that poster put up in my neighborhood. Especially around the park!

  4. GP says:

    I don’t know. I loathe people who bring dogs to playgrounds, but I do believe that kids have a natural aversion to shit. My daughter cried the couple times she took a crap without a diaper and was repulsed by it. Same thing when she accidentally stepped in an accident our dog had in the house.

  5. Marj says:

    I’m not sure about that GP. My mom tells a story where my elder brother as a toddler smeared his own poo all over his crib and the wall behind it. She’s not the only person I’ve heard tell a story like this either. On topic, way gross poster. I think the fine would be enough without grossing people out.

  6. cole gamble says:

    Kids under two love poop. Smear it everywhere. After that they adopt mommy and daddy’s aversion to it. Which brings the question: if our parents never taught us poop is naughty would we still smear it on stuff?

  7. GP says:

    Yeah, I’ve heard about the smearing of the poo by the little ones. Glad my little angel bypassed that. We instilled an early aversion, I guess : )Though we talk about poo and farting all the time, so she’s cool with the process.
    Some people grow up to still smear poo all over stuff (GG Allen, etc.)

  8. Aaron says:

    dog poop…the new “gateway” drug. friends dont let friends eat dog crap. seriously though, that has to be a problem in the UK. otherwise i doubt they would make posters on it. then again, here in America, everyone is scared of who they might offend if a message is put out. so in my opinion, either 1) the UK has bigger balls then the US, or 2) kids eating dog crap is a problem.

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