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  1. On the fly, I can see that there are a lot of much more fascinating places suitable for sealing than the anus (hereinafter referred to as the object of sealing).

    However, after doing some theoretical research on the Internet, we can highlight the main points on this method of foam application:

    • foam can be in three states: liquid, frozen, and frozen, which they tried to tear off with something but could not,

    • in the liquid state, the foam is dangerous, both for oragnizm and things.

    • the foam expands perfectly and fills cavities,

    • the foam acts as an adhesive

    Based on this, first of all, you will need to secure both yourself and your sealing object. Put on a special jacket, or an ojeda, which is not a pity, be sure to protect your hands with gloves, and your eyes with glasses. If you are conducting an experiment on yourself, then arm yourself with a mirror and a flashlight. You should also protect the skin adjacent to the sealing object, as you may injure it.

    The process itself. By entering the tube and passing through the rectum, you will essentially overcome the only barrier, after which, at your touch, the foam under pressure will be able to spread freely and fill up to 30-40 cm of the intestinal length (I do not think that its volume and pressure will allow more). Starting from this point, the carrier of the sealing object will receive a severe chemical burn, which will worsen during the entire solidification time, which can last from 3 hours to a day (see on the package). By the way, if the burn did not happen, but there is foam, then perhaps the seller sensed something was wrong and replaced the spray bottle with pastry cream, read the packaging carefully in order to avoid such embarrassment.

    If the object of curiosity has not yet moved its horses due to pain shock or injuries, then it has an urgent need to visit a doctor (if it survives, then also a psychiatrist). Attempts to self-medicate are highly undesirable, since the standard procedure for getting rid of foam that has not yet solidified includes acetone and solvent, add pumice stone if the foam still solidifies.

    If you went according to the doctor's scenario, we do not recommend delaying this process, given that the treatment will most likely require the removal of the injured part of the intestine, then you should not expect the foam to harden.
    As a result, you can get stars for such injuries: chemical burn, pain shock, and possibly death, abdominal opening during surgery, the process of shortening the intestines, blood poisoning, if you survive, then it is possible that the control of your anus will switch to manual mode using a plug.

    Despite the recent anniversary of Darwin, I highly recommend not to salute this event in this way.

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