why O. o
in my opinion "I left a shit" doesn't sound half as bad as "I took a shit".
Have you ever asked someone why they took the shit that they said they took? Did you ever tell them how filthy they are for TAKING a shit? Who TAKES shits?
I respect you if you left a shit because everyone leaves shits... But taking one?
ugh you filthy, nasty pig you.
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Your question although, is reasonable but however it lacks much thought and analysis. Let's take a look into this subject more deeply. The comparison you have proposed "I took a shit" and "I left a shit" is completely different.
In the first sentence, you have to realize that the word 'shit' is used as a verb, not a noun - I want to shit. When someone is saying 'take a shit', the whole phrase becomes a verb itself therefore the word 'take' assumes a different meaning (unlike giving and taking)
In the second sentence however, the same words are used but in a different context. "I left a shit" in this sentence, you can clearly see that shit is now used as a noun (no longer a verb) and the word 'left' is the verb within the sentence that manipulates the object (which is shit).
In conclusion you can see that in the two sentences, the word 'shit' is used in different forms thus meaning that you cannot compare the two sentences and the political correct term for releasing human waste would be 'taking a shit'.0