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Depends on the food they eat and a combination of bacteria I think.

Nothing to do with how attractive they are, poo isn't supposed to smell like bunnies or perfume if they're good looking :rofl:
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[QUOTE=UWS;70085416]Depends on the food they eat and a combinatio
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Being on a film set means that I've been next in line after someone who's more than once been voted the most desirable man, and if you'd followed them on that occasion, you wouldn't say this.

All it tells me is that your definition of attractive includes 'I've never seen their poo be unattractive'... (It's one definition, I suppose.)

(not that I check too meticulously)
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