Feces normally have an unpleasant smell. Foul-smelling stools have an unusually strong, putrid smell. In many cases, foul-smelling stools occur due to the foods people eat and the bacteria present in their colon.

1. Eggs


The sulfur in eggs will leave that gas station restroom smelling like......like it did before. Why do they sell egg-salad sandwiches then?

2. Undercooked Meat

Undercooked Meat

If your protein choices aren't cooked enough you may have bad bacteria in your stomach, which smells pretty terrible. Smells like poop. We suggest ordering your steak well-done if you're out on a date. You never know if you'll end up in their bathroom.

3. Alcohol (Sorry)

Alcohol (Sorry)

Yes, another reason to avoid alcohol. What a bummer, right? But you might be able to avoid the smelly booze poo (be mature, guys!) if you take a multivitamin. The alcohol prevents your body from absorbing nutrients, which smell bad when they're passed. Vitamins like magnesium help other vitamins to be absorbed by the body so that everything smells as good as possible while we get DAF.

4. Cauliflower & Brussels Sprouts

Cauliflower & Brussels Sprouts

If you are one of the 8 people in America that eats cauliflower and brussels sprouts, you're straight out of luck. These cabbages are no good for keeping a low profile in the bathroom.

5. Magnesium


Magnesium can help your poop smell better. It stimulates the colon so that waste isn't sitting around rotting in your body. So if you don't eat seeds, green veggies, or nuts, your dump might smell like a dump.

6. Science Saves The Day!

Science Saves The Day!

If your shxxt don't stink then you're not human. Plain and simple. It's never going to smell pretty. BUT, hard-working chemists have us covered with sprays that fit in our pockets, right next to our stinky butts. Thanks science!


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