If you have a child you've had the following conversation:
All of the sudden your child stops playing, stands very still, makes a little grunt noise or goes a little red, maybe throws in a little squat, and then immediately, goes back to playing. As you observe this, you find yourself asking the child, "Are you pooping?" and then you say to someone close by, "Ahh, she's pooping."
The other day I did this and then thought, what if we still did this as adults? Picture this:
You are in a meeting with fifteen people. All of the sudden the CEO at the head of the table goes from talking about the new project, to completely quiet and focused on something else. As you all wait, watching him, someone says to the group, "Ahh, it's okay Tom is pooping. Are you pooping?"
I just think a lot of cool practices get dropped once we become adults.