Thursday, May 5, 2011

The Time Something Terrible (Funny) Happened To My Sister



I find nothing funnier than when things are going great for people then all of a sudden disaster strikes.

Well not like tornadoes or death or anything but things like the story I'll now tell you that my sister told me.

A little background. My sister at the time had three kids. Ages 5, 4 and zero. And she was kind of paranoid about going out at the time with all three because it was such a big ordeal. So the idea of bringing the three of them to the park AND the 4 year old's friend was a major thing for her. This is how she told the story to me:

So I can't believe how great things were going. The boys were being so good, and the baby wasn't crying and I'm thinking this is such a great day. I was really proud of myself. Then all of a sudden Billy Bob's* friend says "Mrs Renard** I have to go potty."

And Jimmy, I'm like, "Oh no. Not now!" And I look in the distance and at the far end of the park there's a porta potty. So I gather up all our stuff and we make our way over there. Billy Bob's friend is saying, "I really have to go Mrs Renard."

And I'm trying to stay calm. Well we get over there and believe it or not it's a brand new porta potty. It had never been used. Totally clean. So the kid goes in, he says, "I can do it myself."

And I just give a sigh of relief.

Well about 30 seconds later I hear a panic in the kid's voice saying, "Mrs Renard,I need help!"

Well Jimmy, I opened the door....and there's shit EVERYWHERE! All over the wall, on the toilet, on the floor, all over him and his clothes. It was like someone had filled up a bag of shit and hit it like a PINATA!!!

So I'm trying to stay calm but his clothes are covered with shit so I had to undress him and wrap him in the baby's blanket and we made our way back to the car.

HAHAHA! A Pinata! God. I love that story. So glad it didn't happend to me.

And if you're a fan of explosive diarreah stories you'd LOVE this one: Clicky here

*fake name
**Also a fake name

5 comments:

Master P said...

Reminds me of the time I took my son, niece, and nephew to the community swimming pool. Everything was great and I was very proud of myself for being such a capable Dad and uncle, until the streams of diarrhea started to appear in the water surrounding my 6 year old nephew. THe lifeguards cleared the pool and I denied knowing the kid who didn't have sense to go to the restroom.

sybil law said...

Ewwwwww! Was the kid... slow or something?
Shit pinata!!

Dr Zibbs said...

Master P - haha.

Sybil - Chunky Pee

yogurt said...

Mandatory reading for all those dads who think their stay at home wives have it easy. Yikes.

Scope said...

Defines "Code Brown".

At least it didn't happen in the car, right?