>>667030 >geoppoping becomes a new trend >people all over the world start shitting in geocaches >people start eateating exotic foods to maximize the smelliness and consistency of their geopoops >standard becomes a small, hard mass with the greatest S factor (smell factor) >everybody loves this new trend
Maybe this could be the start of a horror story. There's a Ted Kaczynki-like autist who loves hiking and geocaching. Someone keeps shitting in his caches so he decides to DNA test the turds and finds out most of them are from the same guy. So he uses the DNA info to find the guy's dox and he sees the guy's Facebook mentions the when and where of his next hike. The autist will be there to hunt him, for revenge.
I remember another thread by (I think) OP just a few days ago where he mentioned that someone had removed his poo from the cache thinking it was dog poo. By the looks of it the lid has the residue from the past shit that OP took. Good job senpai
>>667058 Many towns use DNA testing for dog poo these days, enough geoshitting and the shitter will eventually get caught.
The real geoshitting challenge is to raid someones outhouse, steal a huge pile of shit then go on a multistate spree framing them as a notorious serial shitter. Who will believe the 'oh my god someone stole my shit and spread it over five states' defense?
>>667368 >Follow facebook of snooty Appalachian trail through hiker >Leave same day as him >Meet him several times so he is used to seeing you >Fake knee injury so you are always a bit behind him >Steal his shit at least once a day when he gets ahead of you >Place in geocache at least once a day for weeks >Mention on your facebook that you keep finding caches full of shit, document >Post that you are suspicious of the other guy >Wait till you get to a town that DNA tests dog poo to ticket folks so you know they have the capability >plant shit in geocache at a place like a public school >call cops, report serial shitter >update facebook trail group with the guys photo and name >????????? >Profit!
>>667375 I ruined someone's fun once. They had chairs and a little shelf under the railroad trestle along the river. Well we hang-out down there so I couldn't stand for that shit. I threw it all in the river >:D
>>667368 Geocaches are the true shits. OP shits in geocaches to make a statement. Once you see a shit beside a geocache, it's hard to see where the line goes. Who is ACTUALLY shitting in the nature? The one who placed the geocache or the one who took the shit?
>>668029 I have found one of those by accident before.
Years ago, we were on top of some sled hill where you can see downtown from just smokin sumn like we used to do. I'm leaning on a fence, and my hand is on the cap of one of the fence poles. I noticed it was loose, took it off, and there was a string attached to it with the little cache.
>>667368 depends. If people find them on accident, its a bit of just deserts for not hiding your well cache well, which is a tenant of the hobby. However, if people are actively hunting them and shit in them...well there is no excuse for that.
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