Dung stories, books, poems, and more

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The end of a friendship is always tragic, more so when one of the friends has a catapult. Read More
Curry is integrel part of Indian cooking. A curry ain't curry without curry leaves. Few Indians like Juggernaut even resort to stealing curry leaves to satisfy their curry taste. Read More
Pople who cannot afford lodging can stay for free on a farm. In return they work and contribute to the compost making. Roy the resident donkey is the sole provider of dung and yet its contribution was not apprecited until Juggernaut decides to intervene. Read More
Colacasia leaves and underground corms are edible if cooked properly to remove toxins that cause intense mouth rash. Boiled and sometimes fermented corms or Taro is Gods food in Hawaii as Poi.Juggernaut learned the hard way about Dasheen bush in India growing up but then later he enjoyed eating Callalo… Read More
Juggernaut decided to do something about those that planted serious conspiracy to slander some veggies and fruits with funny and derogatory names despite their nutritional, medicinal and other values and in the process make fun of vegetarians worldwide. Read More

Short Story / Humor

July 06, 2011

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'Hing' or 'Asafetida', an Indian spice with characteristic aroma with many health benefits; liked by some and hated by many for its strong smell was baptised by Sister Christena with a new name 'Angel Dust' on Juggernaut's request. Read More

Poem / Humor

June 20, 2011

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Shit is so underrated. Time to give shit the respet it deserves right? Read More

Tags: poo, dung, phesies

Coconut Grove was neither a recreational area on the beach front nor a decent residential district but a low-lying shanty area under water during monsoons and home for people at the bottom of the society such as rickshaw pullers, coolies, maids, sweepers, professional panhandlers and petty thieves. The raw sewer… Read More
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