“It took me an hour to get the fucking grease off my pucker…”
This was posted on Monday on craigslist/Seattle.
I remember when Olean (generic: Olestra) first came on the market, via P&G.
Starting in 1996, this warning has been in effect:
This Product Contains Olestra. Olestra may cause abdominal cramping and loose stools…these symptoms, normally occurring only by excessive consumption in a short period of time, are known as steatorrhea, and are caused by an excess of fat in stool.
Sorry, dude, but by inhaling four cans in four days, you invited that grease into your colon.
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