turds

The VICE Guide to Right Now

The Amount of Poop on San Francisco's Streets Has Hit an All-Time High

The city had a whopping 28,084 reports of turds in 2018.
River Donaghey
4.19.19
The VICE Guide to Right Now

Watch Venom Growl About Turds in the New 'Venom' Trailer

Still find him sexy?
River Donaghey
7.31.18
The VICE Guide to Right Now

Colorado's 'Mad Pooper' Might Have a Number Two

The Arkansas "Shit Bandit" could be a copycat.
Drew Schwartz
1.4.18
The VICE Guide to Right Now

The 'Mad Pooper' Is Terrorizing a Town with Her Turds

A female jogger is dropping deuces all over her neighborhood, and no one knows why.
River Donaghey
9.19.17
The VICE Guide to Right Now

The Cops Desperately Need Your Help to Catch the 'Portland Pooper'

Flyers have gone up around the city instructed anyone who sees the serial shitter to call the police.
River Donaghey
8.27.15
Roy in Hollywood

Hell Is Metallica's Music

Roy's in hell and the demons are poking him, showering him in shit, and making him listen to Metallica.
Gilbert Hernandez
2.23.15
tech

That Bill Gates Shit-Water Machine Might Actually Change the World

We spoke to Doulaye Koné, senior program officer for the Gates Foundation, to try to better understand the magic poop water contraption Bill Gates debuted this week.
Peter Lawrence Kane
1.8.15
Instagram

Poopstagram and Crapchat: The Most Intimate Form of Communication

Instagram is littered with fecal photographers.
Ashwin Rodrigues
12.26.14
News

All Aboard the UK's First Shit-Powered Bus

Bath Bus Company has announced a new "Bio-Bus" that has begun shuttling merrily between Bath and Bristol Airport this week, fueled exclusively by human turds and piss.
Joel Golby
11.25.14
VICE REPORTS

You Don't Know Shit - Part 3

Everybody poops, but not everybody knows what happens to that poop. These days, most of us just flush and forget, but there's an industry worth billions turning your turds into treasure.
VICE Staff
11.12.14
The VICE Report

You Don't Know Shit - Part 2

Everybody poops, but not everybody knows what happens to that poop. These days, most of us just flush and forget, but there's an industry worth billions turning your turds into treasure.
VICE Staff
11.11.14
The VICE Report

You Don't Know Shit

Everybody poops, but not everybody knows what happens to that poop. These days, most of us just flush and forget, but there's an industry worth billions turning your turds into treasure.
VICE Staff
11.10.14
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