If you watch “South Park,” you know that Bono is the biggest piece of sh*t, but have you heard of fossilized sh*t? It’s hard to believe that something you flush down the toilet can be sold at any price (well … maybe not your poop), but you won’t believe how expensive it can really be once it’s been fossilized. For just $1,000 you can own 2.8 pounds of fossilized poop from an unknown animal (fingers crossed it’s from a Sasquatch or swamp ape). According to the listing, the poop was, “Found in the woods in central Georgia. We know it’s poop but not sure from what animal. Weighs 2.8 pounds. Measures 4 1/2″ by 5 1/2.” Someone told us it’s Quartz (?).”Coprolite is actually the correct term for fossilized feces, but you can choose to trust them for yourself.
Step 1: Buy dog. Step 2: Let poop fossilize. Step 3: Profit.

Step 1: Buy dog. Step 2: Let poop fossilize. Step 3: Profit.

What makes fossilized feces rare and different from a fossilized body or body part is that it can show an animal’s behavior — in this case, their diet. The moral of the story is that the next time you pass a pile of dung, don’t turn your nose up at it. I wouldn’t recommend pulling a Joe Dirt and eating off of it, but selling it can be pretty lucrative! If you’re still doubting the validity of the price, which would only be natural, check this article out. Whether or not these people are full of sh*t or not remains to be seen.