Just when you think you've gotten used to all the disgusting things babies do (mostly unintentionally), they turn into toddlers and things get way worse. If you're wondering what I'm talking about, you clearly don't have a toddler, because when toddlers do gross things, it can take your breath away (and not in a good way).
Every parent I know has a few war stories from their time in the toddler trenches. Whether it's poop smeared on the wall, someone else's gum picked off the street corner, or peeing down the air intake vent; at some point your toddler is going to blow your mind with what they think is acceptable. In those inevitable moments, the only thing you can really do is share stories; either to commiserate, or to have the equivalent of a parent dance-off to see who wins (and trust me, no one wins) .
Truthfully, toddlers are hilarious and amazing tiny humans, despite their craziness. Sometimes, I try to use the inevitably boundary-pushing my son frequently takes part in to embrace more of my lazy mom attitude. It's hard, but honestly most of the stuff these toddlers do that's gross isn't all that bad, and it certainly won't kill anyone. Well, I'm not so sure about the poop.