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I love the show Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt, but I can't understand the meaning of this sentence:

We eat a bag of dirt, pass it in a kiddie pool, and move on...

What does pass it mean? Is it to share or something else?

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    The phrase "pass it" means "defecate it"—that is, pass it out of our bodies. – Sven Yargs Jul 30 '15 at 8:04
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To pass in this context means to defecate. This could be rewritten as:

We eat a bag of dirt, then defecate in a kiddie pool, and move on.

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