Scatology

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In medicine and biology, scatology or coprology is the study of feces.wikipedia
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Toilet humour

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It is used to describe works that make particular reference to excretion or excrement, as well as to toilet humor.
Toilet humour or scatological humour (compare scatology) is a type of off-colour humour dealing with defecation, urination and flatulence, and to a lesser extent vomiting and other body functions.

Coprophilia

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In sexual fetishism, scatology (usually abbreviated scat) refers to coprophilia, when a person is sexually aroused by fecal matter, whether in the use of feces in various sexual acts, watching someone defecating, or simply seeing the feces.

Till Eulenspiegel

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Well-known for his scatological tropes is the late medieval fictional character of Till Eulenspiegel.
Many of Till's pranks are scatological in nature, and involve tricking people into touching, smelling, or even eating Till's excrement.

Collofino

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In German literature in particular is a wealth of scatological texts and references, which includes such books as Collofino's Non Olet.
Under his pseudonym, he wrote Non Olet ("It does not stink"), an 1,100-page scatological collection (1939).

Feces

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In medicine and biology, scatology or coprology is the study of feces. In psychology, a scatology is an obsession with excretion or excrement, or the study of such obsessions.

Grotesque body

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In literature, "scatological" is a term to denote the literary trope of the grotesque body.

Medicine

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In medicine and biology, scatology or coprology is the study of feces.

Biology

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In medicine and biology, scatology or coprology is the study of feces.

Diet (nutrition)

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Scatological studies allow one to determine a wide range of biological information about a creature, including its diet (and thus where it has been), health and diseases such as tapeworms.

Habitat

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Scatological studies allow one to determine a wide range of biological information about a creature, including its diet (and thus where it has been), health and diseases such as tapeworms.

Health

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Scatological studies allow one to determine a wide range of biological information about a creature, including its diet (and thus where it has been), health and diseases such as tapeworms.

Disease

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Scatological studies allow one to determine a wide range of biological information about a creature, including its diet (and thus where it has been), health and diseases such as tapeworms.

Cestoda

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Scatological studies allow one to determine a wide range of biological information about a creature, including its diet (and thus where it has been), health and diseases such as tapeworms.

Greek language

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The word derives from the Greek σκῶρ (GEN σκατός) meaning "dung, feces"; coprology derives from the Greek κόπρος of similar meaning.

John Gregory Bourke

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A comprehensive study of scatology was documented by John Gregory Bourke under the title Scatalogic [sic] Rites of All Nations (1891).

Sigmund Freud

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An abbreviated version of the work (with a foreword by Sigmund Freud), was published as The Portable Scatalog in 1994.

Psychology

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In psychology, a scatology is an obsession with excretion or excrement, or the study of such obsessions.

Excretion

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In psychology, a scatology is an obsession with excretion or excrement, or the study of such obsessions.

Sexual fetishism

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In sexual fetishism, scatology (usually abbreviated scat) refers to coprophilia, when a person is sexually aroused by fecal matter, whether in the use of feces in various sexual acts, watching someone defecating, or simply seeing the feces.

Sexual arousal

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In sexual fetishism, scatology (usually abbreviated scat) refers to coprophilia, when a person is sexually aroused by fecal matter, whether in the use of feces in various sexual acts, watching someone defecating, or simply seeing the feces.

Defecation

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In sexual fetishism, scatology (usually abbreviated scat) refers to coprophilia, when a person is sexually aroused by fecal matter, whether in the use of feces in various sexual acts, watching someone defecating, or simply seeing the feces.

Literature

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In literature, "scatological" is a term to denote the literary trope of the grotesque body.

Trope (literature)

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In literature, "scatological" is a term to denote the literary trope of the grotesque body.

John Dryden

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Another common example is John Dryden's Mac Flecknoe, a poem that employs extensive scatological imagery to ridicule Dryden's contemporary Thomas Shadwell.

Mac Flecknoe

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Another common example is John Dryden's Mac Flecknoe, a poem that employs extensive scatological imagery to ridicule Dryden's contemporary Thomas Shadwell.