SB 2.10.27

utsisṛkṣor dhātu-malaṁ
 nirabhidyata vai gudam
tataḥ pāyus tato mitra
 utsarga ubhayāśrayaḥ
Synonyms: 
utsisṛkṣoḥ — desiring to evacuate; dhātu-malam — refuse of eatables; nirabhidyata — became open; vai — certainly; gudam — the evacuating hole; tataḥ — thereafter; pāyuḥ — the evacuating sense organ; tataḥ — thereafter; mitraḥ — the controlling demigod; utsargaḥ — the substance evacuated; ubhaya — both; āśrayaḥ — shelter.
Translation: 
Thereafter, when He desired to evacuate the refuse of eatables, the evacuating hole, anus, and the sensory organ thereof developed along with the controlling deity Mitra. The sensory organ and the evacuating substance are both under the shelter of the controlling deity.
Purport: 

Even in the matter of evacuating stool, the refuse is controlled, so how can the living entity claim to be independent?