Finally, science is working to answer the important questions - like how much poop a person generates in their lifetime.
According to science, men and woman produce 14 to 17 ounces of poop per day. That projects to six pounds a week and 320 pounds a year.
A man who lives to the age of 76 would produce 24,320 pounds of feces over his lifetime. Women, with a life expectancy of 81 years, crank out 25,920 pounds of poo. Globally, humans produce more than 640 billion pounds of poop each year.
Don't worry, I've got more poop stats! Poop typically comes out at a rate of two centimeters per second, averaging about 12 seconds per stool. This rate is uniform across many different animal species, regardless of size.