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I Think My Horse In Red Dead Online Is Pooping Too Much

I was getting off my horse to grab a dead bird I had just shot when my horse decided it was time to go to the bathroom. So it started pooping right there in the woods. Of course, this isn’t a problem. Horses in Red Dead Online poop and they do it where they need to. But what concerned me was the frequency and timing of my horse’s pooping. It seemed like he was pooping too much.

I started noticing how often he was pooping when it started happening more often than I thought was normal. For example, I rode into a small town to grab a bounty poster and as I walked back to my horse he began to drop some brown nuggets right in the street. I didn’t think much of it and we rode out of town to catch our target.

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When we got to the target, I jumped off my horse and shot some folks and grabbed the criminal. As I returned to the horse he pooped. It had only been about five minutes since the last time, but maybe he didn’t get it all out. But when I returned to drop the criminal off at the jail my horse pooped again. It had only been a few minutes and yet again my horse needed to take a crap.

At this point, I was a little concerned. Was my horse okay? I decided to try and keep better track of when my horse pooped. Which was a weird thing to think about and is also a weird sentence to write.

But the problem was that I am often getting into gunfights or focusing on an animal I’m hunting or some other Red Dead Online activity. So trying to keep track of my horse’s bowel movements proved harder than expected. However, there was one weird trick that I discovered as I started to keep track of my horse and his pooping.

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Whenever I brushed him he would almost always poop a little.

This was something my brother noticed too. When we were playing together a few days ago we stopped to do some hunting and take care of horses. I started brushing my horse and he pooped. My brother pointed this out, mentioning his horse does this too. Sure enough, he got off his horse and started to brush it and it immediately pooped. What was happening?

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Well according to the internet, I’m not the only person to wonder why their horse was pooping whenever it got brushed. At least two other people have asked this same question about their horse. According to one response, this is a thing in real life. Horses feel more relaxed when they get brushed and this, in turn, means they poop.

“This actually. I own 7 horses, and they s*** when being brushed, washed down, and trimmed,” replied one GameFAQs user.

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Considering Rockstar added in the small detail of horses’ testicles shrinking depending on the temperature into Red Dead Redemption 2, it isn’t that crazy to think they might also have included some sort of horse pooping simulation into the game too.

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But while brushing my horse often leads to pooping, even without a good brushing to relax it my horse still poops a lot. And sadly, I couldn’t find other folks on the web concerned about this. Maybe you found this post via a Google search for “Why does my horse poop so much in Red Dead Online?” If that is the case, I don’t have an answer. Personally, I tried feeding my horse more often and less often to see if that changed his pooping habits, but my results were inconclusive.

I’ll just assume my horse is healthy. Bowel regularity is important after all and he doesn’t seem sick or tired, so maybe he just has to go more often than I expected. I’ll just assume this is the case and stop watching and thinking about my horse’s pooping behavior.

Source: Kotaku.com

Darumaka’s Shit Is So Hot That People Stick It In Their Clothes To Keep Warm

Every Pokemon is interesting and worth talking about. I don’t play a ton of Pokemon, but I do enjoy the universe and I love learning more about the creatures in it. So, Here’s Another Pokemon! It’s Darumaka!

Darumaka Details

Type: Fire

Average Height: 2‘ 00″

Average Weight: 82.7 lbs.

First Added In Generation V

There are things in this world that we all know to be true, have probably experienced at some point and which we try to not dwell on or talk about. I think one such fact is that poop is really warm. If you’ve ever picked up dog shit or changed a diaper, you know this. We all understand this. Yet, I try to not think about this and I would never try to use hot shit to warm myself. But that’s exactly what folks once did in the world of Pokemon.

As mentioned in Pokedex entries, back in the olden days, people would take “droppings” from Darumaka and stick this stuff into their clothes. The purpose was to keep them warm and Darumaka has some of the hottest poop in the world, it seems. How did they stick this shit in their pants and shirts? Did they fill up their pockets with the stuff or maybe put it in between layers of shirts and jackets? We don’t know. Just use your imagination.

I think the real question I want to ask is simple. Who figured this out? Who was the person that looked a Darumaka taking a shit and was like, “Yeah, I’m sticking that in my jacket.” How did other folks react to this? How long did it take before it caught on? So many questions, but no answers.

It makes sense that Darumaka droppings are so warm. The creature is a little ball of fire, basically. It has an internal flame and once this thing gets going it can’t stop until its flame dies down to a cooler temperature of 1,100 Fahrenheit. So yeah, it makes sense that this thing would have some hot shit.

Favorite Fan Art

This is a great painting of this week’s Pokemon, but I have to admit I’m disappointed with the lack of poop-filled fan art. I feel like the internet really dropped the ball on this one. Darumaka shooting out hot poop should exist and yet I couldn’t find it.

Random Facts

  • Once its internal fire chills it just tucks all its limbs into its body and fall asleep.
  • When it is all tucked up into a small lump, it rocks back and forth while it sleeps. It also can’t be tipped over, which Bulbapedia says is based on those famous toys that roll around but never fall over. Not sure what the evolutionary reasons are for this feature, but it also has firey poops, so it is filled with mystery.
  • According to Bulbapedia, Darumaka has the lowest Special Attack base stat of all other Fire-type Pokemon.

Best Comment From Last Week

As a kid I was always bummed it had the word “gross” in it so I convinced myself it was a mistranslation of “Metacross” because it’s a cross between Metangs and it has a big ole X on its head.

I’ve gotten over it in a way that I haven’t for Feraligatr. I’ll never forgive Feraligatr.

-JayHankEdLyon

I feel bad for kids who’s favorite Pokemon our saddled with dumb names.

“So Sally, what’s your favorite Pokemon!?”

“Yanmega…”

“Oh..well, that’s…nice..”

Source: Kotaku.com

Darumaka’s Shit Is So Hot That People Stick It In Their Clothes To Keep Warm

Every Pokemon is interesting and worth talking about. I don’t play a ton of Pokemon, but I do enjoy the universe and I love learning more about the creatures in it. So, Here’s Another Pokemon! It’s Darumaka!

Darumaka Details

Type: Fire

Average Height: 2‘ 00″

Average Weight: 82.7 lbs.

First Added In Generation V

There are things in this world that we all know to be true, have probably experienced at some point and which we try to not dwell on or talk about. I think one such fact is that poop is really warm. If you’ve ever picked up dog shit or changed a diaper, you know this. We all understand this. Yet, I try to not think about this and I would never try to use hot shit to warm myself. But that’s exactly what folks once did in the world of Pokemon.

As mentioned in Pokedex entries, back in the olden days, people would take “droppings” from Darumaka and stick this stuff into their clothes. The purpose was to keep them warm and Darumaka has some of the hottest poop in the world, it seems. How did they stick this shit in their pants and shirts? Did they fill up their pockets with the stuff or maybe put it in between layers of shirts and jackets? We don’t know. Just use your imagination.

I think the real question I want to ask is simple. Who figured this out? Who was the person that looked a Darumaka taking a shit and was like, “Yeah, I’m sticking that in my jacket.” How did other folks react to this? How long did it take before it caught on? So many questions, but no answers.

It makes sense that Darumaka droppings are so warm. The creature is a little ball of fire, basically. It has an internal flame and once this thing gets going it can’t stop until its flame dies down to a cooler temperature of 1,100 Fahrenheit. So yeah, it makes sense that this thing would have some hot shit.

Favorite Fan Art

This is a great painting of this week’s Pokemon, but I have to admit I’m disappointed with the lack of poop-filled fan art. I feel like the internet really dropped the ball on this one. Darumaka shooting out hot poop should exist and yet I couldn’t find it.

Random Facts

  • Once its internal fire chills it just tucks all its limbs into its body and fall asleep.
  • When it is all tucked up into a small lump, it rocks back and forth while it sleeps. It also can’t be tipped over, which Bulbapedia says is based on those famous toys that roll around but never fall over. Not sure what the evolutionary reasons are for this feature, but it also has firey poops, so it is filled with mystery.
  • According to Bulbapedia, Darumaka has the lowest Special Attack base stat of all other Fire-type Pokemon.

Best Comment From Last Week

As a kid I was always bummed it had the word “gross” in it so I convinced myself it was a mistranslation of “Metacross” because it’s a cross between Metangs and it has a big ole X on its head.

I’ve gotten over it in a way that I haven’t for Feraligatr. I’ll never forgive Feraligatr.

-JayHankEdLyon

I feel bad for kids who’s favorite Pokemon our saddled with dumb names.

“So Sally, what’s your favorite Pokemon!?”

“Yanmega…”

“Oh..well, that’s…nice..”

Source: Kotaku.com

You Need the Kind of Electronic Toilet That’s Popular in Japan

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Everyone poops. But not everyone poops the same.

In Japan, for example, taking care of business on a porcelain throne is an entirely novel experience. Imagine, if you will, the following scene:

You rush to the bathroom, filled with Chipotle and regret. Your toilet seat automatically rises as you approach. As you sit, your rear is met not with a White Walker-like icy grasp, but with a warm and welcoming toilet seat. A deodorizer spritzes the bowl, preparing to mask the scents to come. Having relieved yourself, you push a button on a console nearby. A bidet washes your behind, followed by a quick blow dry. You wash your hands at the sink as the toilet automatically flushes, and you return to your life feeling happier, cleaner, and noticeably lighter than before.

This luxurious bathroom experience is no fantasy. It’s a reality in Japan, thanks to the prevalence of high-tech electronic toilets. By comparison, American bathrooms feel like they haven’t advanced since the Stone Age.

In the video above, Lifehacker staff writer Nick Douglas visited the Tokyo showroom of TOTO, one of the largest electronic toilet manufacturers in Japan, to learn more about these amazing toilets, why they’re so popular, and what it will take for the West to catch up.

Source: Kotaku.com