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This Grandma Gave Some Very Graphic Advice For What To Do With A Cheating Ex

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The wisdom of a woman who has lived to see her children grow up and have their own children should never be dismissed. They've seen some stuff. 

Imgur user NoCapes posted a story of heartbreak, love, and finally, poop, all curtesy of their late grandmother. Before NoCapes's Grandma died, she protected them from falling back into a toxic relationship with this simple analogy:

NoCapes had broken up with their girlfriend, because she was, allegedly, a cheater. After some time had passed, NoCapes ended up hanging with their ex, and they had a great time. Beware, NoCapes! When our hero went to tell their grandma about how they were considering taking back that cheating ex, she told them it would be a huge mistake.

"A few months ago, I broke up with my girlfriend because she cheated on me multiple times.

"Yesterday, she called me and asked if we could meet. I said yes. 

"We had an awesome time together. I realized I still loved her and missed her.

“On the other side, if the poop gets cold and hard, many people could think it’s chocolate.”

When poop is hot, it's repellent. When poop is cold (from time and distance from poop) it looks like delicious chocolate. Don't be fooled!

On the one hand, I disagree that poop ever looks convincingly enough like chocolate to be appetizing. On the other hand, I will remember this comparison for the rest of my life, and that's how all grandparent wisdom should be: scarring.

A lot of people could relate:

And a whole lot of other people had more poop-related conventional wisdom to share:

But a few people, like myself, are a bit hung up on the entire premise:

Let's just hope grandma didn't know about this from personal experience.