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Q: What is Failure to heed the urge to defecate?
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Why do you get the urge to defecate?

I get the urge to defecate because in all my years of judging, I have never heard before of someone more deserving of the full penalty of law. The way you made them suffer, your exquisite wife and mother, fills me with the urge to defecate!

Does a horse stand still to take a poop?

Horses defecate while doing whatever they were doing when the 'urge' hit them. If they were standing still, then yes, they stand still. If they were walking, then they walk when they defecate. If horses are alarmed, they often defecate while running away.

What Pink Floyd song had the word deficate in it?

The Trial Judge Worm: The way you made them suffer, your exquisite wife and mother, fills me with the urge to defecate

Is having extreme weakness and falling to the floor losing consciousness and waking up with a urge to defecate and pee a sign of having epilepsy?

This sounds more like a heart condition rather than epilepsy.

How do you defecate on Pokemon SoulSilver?

You just defecate.

Does a snail defecate?

Yes, snails defecate

When do animals have to defecate?

When they eat food, they have to defecate. They would also defecate if they have intestinal problems or sickness. Also, fear and stress can make animals defecate.

Where do wild rats defecate?

Rats defecate where it is convenient for them.

Where do seals defecate?

Seals defecate almost anywhere.

Would you say heed this warning or take heed to this warning?

Both versions are correct. If you say "heed this", you are using heed as a verb. If you say "take heed", you are using heed as a noun, which accounts for the slight variation of wording. Use the one that sounds the best to you.

When was Defecate on My Face created?

Defecate on My Face was created in 1986.

What is the opposite of heed?

The opposite of heed is to ignore, or to disregard.