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Covers understanding the digestive tract/the relationship between emotions & intestinal ...
Covers understanding the digestive tract/the relationship between emotions & intestinal function/effects of diet, etc.
Posted July 18, 2014
Once there was a girl named Julie who like to eat. One day she woke up to "errrrrrrrrrrrrrr" so she ate 9 cakes, 50 cookies, 11 pudding bowls and 85 cupcakes. Her stomach hurt and made wierd noises, but she ignored it. She went and watched television but her stomach was louder than the TV. So she heard: "gurgle glug ellllllt blop friggle bloink squean burble glargle mmmmmmm groooonkleplenk" and felt very wierd. Her stomach shook too. She felt like a massage chair. She tried to sleep but heard "grrrrrrgle blort putt putt florp rummmmble blorp grooooooowwwwwwwwwllll orp". She pulled up her shirt to take a video of her stomach and it slipped out and looked like she had somehow swallowed a workout ball. It shook so much that she held it to control it. She felt sick. Just then she heard her stomach start to quiet down and saw it shrink a bit. She waited until she was thin again. She fell asleep and woke up to a growling stomach. When she pooped it came over the toilet rim and wouldn't let the lid shut all the way. After that she ate lesd. The End.
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Posted January 1, 2011
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