Pop A Squat Anywhere, Anytime With Environmentally-Friendly Shit Box

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Next time you're camping, instead of digging a hole or using one of those suspect comfort castle port-a-johns to dispense with No. 2, why not infuse a little portability into nature's call with the Shit Box? It's completely cardboard, fully biodegradable, and utterly ridiculous. And yet, I'm drawn to it. I want to see if it can hold my weight (170 lbs., colon empty). I want to know why designer Richard Wharton named his talking poo mascot "Little Jack," and how the hell a company like this gets away with a returns policy page. But most of all, as a writer named Jack who also happens to go to the bathroom in the woods, I want to test one.

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If you're at all confused about how this product works, The Shit Box has an instruction manual:

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I hear these are big in Russia. [The Shit Box]

DISCUSSION

I am often accused of being full of shit, so this product might be perfect for me. However, I do have some questions before the purchase:

1. What is the capacity of use for this device? Would I need a new one for each camping trip, or could I use it indefinitely?

2. Maybe it is just me, but #2 rarely results without #1. (Occasionally #1 out the #2.) I assume these bags are appropriately leak-proof?

2. After collection of product, is do the recommend taking the results home with you? Or, is it better to leave the gift box in a trash can somewhere? Or, perhaps you wrap it as a gift for the neighbors?

3. What is the weight capacity of this thing? (I am not talking about the person sitting on it?)