Ladies and Gentleman,
There will be no more posts going up at http://www.fullofshart.com and it’s linked site, http://www.shitfarts.com.
Within the next week or so, there should be an auto redirect of this site to http://www.theshartgallery.com so if you don’t update your bookmarks now, then we’ll kind of do it for you.
The site is not ending. Just moving. So update that bookmark and hop on over to the new setup. We’re still posting the same poop pictures but now we’re adding funnier commentary*. (*that’s a completely subjective comment. I think it’s funny. I also write it.)
Using Blogger, and linking everything to one simple account, makes everything much easier on us. Sorry if this inconveniences you. We didn’t mean it. Let us take you to dinner so we can talk about it. Red Lobster? Yeah. We’ll butter your biscuits.
While the poop isn’t loose, this is certainly a loose recreation of the infamous Russian Hammer & Sickle. Is it too pun-ny to say this bears a shitty resemblance to the original?
Thanks to Beatelectrio for posting this video.
This picture was submitted by a dude named Mike. And apparently Mike is 16 feet tall because there’s no way a poop this size could form in any other person.
The Mud Snake is indigenous to aquatic environments. It is known to be very poisonous and emits a foul smelling odor while under duress. It is also very protective of its young. Thanks to Drew over at the Frickin Deuce Podcast for finding a picture of this rare beast in it’s natural habitat.
In an attempt to be more family friendly (mind you, as family friendly as a site about poop pictures can be) we’ve changed the URL to www.fullofshart.com. www.shitfarts.com will still work, as we still own the domain, but now it’ll redirect to www.fullofshart.com. Just a heads up if you pop in and notice something different. We’re still dedicated to bringing you gross poop pictures and other people’s YouTube videos like we always have.
Keep on keeping on.
March 1’s fart
The meat of the fart happens in quick succession. It strikes quickly then disappears back into thin air.