By Andrew Williams - 11/12/2020 14:01

When nature calls

Today, as I was walking to go look at Christmas lights in my neighborhood, I really had to go number two. I called my dad to come and pick me up. I couldn’t hold it in much longer, so I took a crap in the sewer in the street. FML
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By  Bogrbon  |  23

Storm drains generally are not septic sewers. They generally go straight to waterways without the rigorous water treatment you'd get in a septic sewer. You'd have been better off to shit on the grass and pick it up with a bag like we do with dogs. Of course if it was the runs, then you're screwed no matter what.

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By  Bogrbon  |  23

Storm drains generally are not septic sewers. They generally go straight to waterways without the rigorous water treatment you'd get in a septic sewer. You'd have been better off to shit on the grass and pick it up with a bag like we do with dogs. Of course if it was the runs, then you're screwed no matter what.

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  Ellimac21  |  11

Actually it depends where you live and how old the sewers are. Most of them actually are what is called 'combined' system, where everything (wastewater + rain) goes to the same place. The 'separate' systems are in areas with new properties, new roads etc. or in small areas where flooding problems have lead the Council/State to remove the existing system and put a new one, which is super expensive.
But yeah sure taking a dumpon a gully and leaving it there is not ideal.