This video caught my eye this afternoon whilst scrolling through the ol' Facebook. I couldn't miss it because I saw two of my friends share it, who are from two very different social circles. One of the friends, who moved to Florida, posted this commentary when sharing the video: "I MISS MAINE!"

Okay, I'll bite.

TOTALLY NOT DISAPPOINTED.

If you want to know why Mainers are the best you need to see this Maine woman selling moose turd like it's nobody's business... or at least it's her business and we're all amazed at her quick brain, witty banter and amazing imagination to create and sell these products.

This lady is selling her wares at the Common Ground Fair in Unity this past weekend when a passerby couldn't help but get this on video and share it on Facebook.

What did she make moose poop into?  Here's a list of the items listed in the video, just to name a few:

  • Moose poo clock
  • Pupu platters (decorative piece of home decor)
  • S*** kabobs (decorative piece of home decor)
  • Holy crap religious magnets
  • S*** on a shingle (decorative piece of home decor)
  • Key chains
  • Turd fertilizer complete with seeds and pot
  • Fecal people
  • Dingleberries (holiday decor)
  • Poopsicle (gag gift)
  • Smoking accessories

Here's a little of her selling pitch:

"Now, like any high quality shirt with the extra buttons on the shirt tail we provide four extra turds on the back with explicit turd attachment instructions.  We’re working on incorporated machines so when it strikes down it goes *pfft*"

 

We also have two different styles of pupu platters… and these are s*** kabobs which features three turds on every skewer with garlic bread, zucchini, mushrooms and cherries.

Then, the key chains are handy becausedue to the high fiber diet of a moose, see, turds float.  If you ever dropped a key in the water you just look for a floatin’ turd and the key will be danglin’ right under that turd.  That’s handy."

Stop reading about it and just watch the video.  NSFW