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Discussion in 'Bad Dog Cafe' started by Ironwolf, Jan 12, 2020.
leave it down. try yer best to hit the open spot
Leave the seat and the lid down... permanently.
Whiz in the tub.
'When Leo Fender dispatched his employees Don Randall and Charles Hayes to launch the Esquire at a trade fair in Chicago in 1950, it was quickly dismissed as a gimmick. As one visitor to the Fender stand famously described it, the Esquire looked like "a toilet seat with strings..." '.
So...never leave one of your Tele's in the bathroom!!!
Is this another old man thing?!
I'm just not ready for this stuff.
Separate bathrooms, and really really loud ventillation fans. Preserve the mystery. as best you can.
One of the funniest things that ever happened to my gal and I when we were first dating - we'd been out for the evening, were a little lit - and enjoying a cuddle/make out session in the back of a car, when "squeeeak" - she farted on me. I immediately declared us officially 'married' at that point.
That there is wisdom.
I'm giddy with anticipointment !
Oh s**t, I forgot!
Daughter's former beloved paid for college by enlisting in the Marine Corps Reserves. Each member of his 'group' (whatever a group might be in a Marine training unit) was expected to do stuff, like cleaning the bathroom (yeah they got a name for that too I'm sure).
He tells me that at some point there was some issue with some guy's accuracy. But not knowing who was a substandard marksman made correcting this a problem.
The remedy was that all had to do their business...all of their business....sitting.
Lots of griping and whining ensued but because the boss Marine had made the rule, apparently to humiliate and be an ass, nobody had a choice. After a full rotation of cleaning had completed, the unit agreed that, for the good of the unit, they would continue the practice...because they all thought sitting was better than cleaning up poor marksmanship.
The boss Marine wasn't happy. But was unwilling to stand guard.
Who said Marines weren't smart...
I have yet to work out how it is that I, like most men, can tell if the seat is up or not with one glance and then put it into the positon that needed for that particular "visit" whereas most women cannot.
That’s always worked for us.
Yep, I just never understood the major fuss over that.
Always close the lid because I don't want to give the pets ideas for new watering holes.
I haven't heard a woman request this for years!
Many years ago, when a woman would chide me for leaving the seat down, I would remind her that men often need the seat down too...and we don't depend on anybody to do it for us...BUT...if you're not clever enough to do it yourself, just tell me and I'll be glad to do it for you.
I also started encouraging men to do the same, and I'm pretty sure it started getting around and the situation got much better.
I had a car that looked so crappy, if I parked it behind a restaurant, kitchen staff would throw trash in it.
Nah, she took that one over, as well. All the "Sleek It" and "Silk Therapy" and the irons and all that.
If we had a 3rd bathroom, she's take that one over, also. What I need is a shower and toilet, in the shop.
Words to live by.
I'm lucky that my wife packs very light. She works VERY hard at her fitness so that both influences and helps. We just did an International trip with all our stuff in carry on bags and small backpacks. For me two easy to wash in a sink shirts and for her a dress from Athlete or Lululemon worked as well for new year's dinner as the stuff did for beach cover up.
Even if not as obsessed with strength and fitness like my wife is, I don't need people to be dressed up fancy and especially when it is travel.
If anything we have roles reversed in the family. Being sort of nerdy or gear head I always travel with one checked bag for stuff that can't be carry on, bring a tool or two, and be prepared stuff. I make sure the cars have emergency stuff. None of it overkill, but not almost to a fault miminalist my wife is.
When we do an extended family trip my brother and his daughter can have a cart like that while the 5 of us have carry on bags and one checked bag with the stuff airport security doesn't allow.
Mama Chitlins has 3 pair of shoes, 1 pair of muck boots, 1 purse, no makeup and a bottle of moisturizer.
Up is unacceptable because when you flush all the germs come flying out. Close the lid after, or have poop on your toothbrush. .