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Thread: Toilet Seat. Up or down?

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    Quote Originally Posted by dollybassett View Post
    I have a friend who does that, I have caught him many a time, I say to him 'what are you a man or a bitch'
    Third option - lazy...

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    You can't leave the seat up without leaving the lid off. Why do you suppose toilets have lids anyway?

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    To keep the flies out?A few friends use compost loos and I have..elsans and though pine shavings make things a bit more pleasant a lid is vital.I get very pd off with people fussing around in a modern clean flushing toilet house ,keep putting the lid down to "stop money leaving the house"some sheng fui thing?Its a nightmare on a dark run for the loo finding the dam lid in time.How is money going to leave down the loo?If it falls in it will sink before the u bend and can be retrieved and in a compost loo it will reemerge on the cabbage patch eventually.There was a lid in the long drop toilets at the end of the garden as a kid,probably to stop us falling in.Never would have got out alive.
    Quote Originally Posted by Okifolki View Post
    You can't leave the seat up without leaving the lid off. Why do you suppose toilets have lids anyway?

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    Quote Originally Posted by realnutter View Post
    Prince Albert
    For the benefit of doubt what is a Prince Albert

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    Sounds like a posh name for a loo thats all.Maybe ladies of the gentry felt better saying they were going to visit Prince Albert, than saying they were going for a big one.
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    For the benefit of doubt what is a Prince Albert

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    Quote Originally Posted by dollybassett View Post
    For the benefit of doubt what is a Prince Albert
    Its a wacking great earing through the end of a wanger!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Okifolki View Post
    You can't leave the seat up without leaving the lid off. Why do you suppose toilets have lids anyway?

    To stop your pet cat or dog drinking from the bowl
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    Quote Originally Posted by ma bungo View Post
    Its a wacking great earing through the end of a wanger!
    So delicately put, Ma!
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    The Seat and lid should always be down,left in a clean and use-able condition how you would hope to find it.
    Don`t forget to wash your hands after use,clean and re-setting it in the down position,even if you live on your own,you never know who might call and be caught short,it`s not only polite but can help prevent all sorts of illnesses.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Okifolki View Post
    You can't leave the seat up without leaving the lid off. Why do you suppose toilets have lids anyway?
    To stop rats coming up out of the sewers and finding your home more suitable for nesting.
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    Don`t forget to wash your hands after use
    Why, my dicks not dirty and I don't piss on my fingers
    Not all who wander are lost
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    Quote Originally Posted by realnutter View Post
    I always sit to pee.... The PA makes it kinda necessary!
    Fabulous I keep trying to convince my oh to get his done... he's in no way interest lol
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    Quote Originally Posted by realnutter View Post
    So delicately put, Ma!
    What a funny place to have an earing, presumably it feels nice on the end of your wanger, I really need to get out more
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    Quote Originally Posted by Wulfie View Post
    Why, my dicks not dirty and I don't piss on my fingers
    What if you had pood though , and someone might of pood before you and smeared a bit on the flush handle .
    I hate it in restraunts where you have to open the bog door with your hand ,after you have washed your hands .They should be 2 way push so you do not have to touch it .
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    Quote Originally Posted by dollybassett View Post
    What a funny place to have an earing, presumably it feels nice on the end of your wanger, I really need to get out more
    I think the idea is if you get a heavy enough earing , over time the weight stretches the said member .

    Personally I think once you have gone down that path it will be not long before you are trying out spudding !
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    Quote Originally Posted by ma bungo View Post
    What if you had pood though , and someone might of pood before you and smeared a bit on the flush handle .
    I hate it in restraunts where you have to open the bog door with your hand ,after you have washed your hands .They should be 2 way push so you do not have to touch it .
    There has been much research into hygiene in cafes and restaurants. Can you guess what object had the most harmful germs on?

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    Quote Originally Posted by alices wonderland View Post
    There has been much research into hygiene in cafes and restaurants. Can you guess what object had the most harmful germs on?
    Bar nuts
    Not all who wander are lost

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    Quote Originally Posted by alices wonderland View Post
    There has been much research into hygiene in cafes and restaurants. Can you guess what object had the most harmful germs on?
    Worktops chopping boards?
    just a simple guy

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    The money?

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    Quote Originally Posted by ma bungo View Post
    What if you had pood though , and someone might of pood before you and smeared a bit on the flush handle .
    I hate it in restraunts where you have to open the bog door with your hand ,after you have washed your hands .They should be 2 way push so you do not have to touch it .
    Then go through a foot-bath and change clothing?

    Restaurants eh? Forget how posh you are sometimes

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    Quote Originally Posted by alices wonderland View Post
    There has been much research into hygiene in cafes and restaurants. Can you guess what object had the most harmful germs on?
    The chef's apron?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Wulfie View Post
    Bar nuts
    No but they did show more bacteria associated with human mouth parts.

    NEXT?
    even a gypsy caravan is too much settling down.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Offgrid hero View Post
    Worktops chopping boards?
    No, most establishments have a cleaning routine better than most homes.

    Next?
    even a gypsy caravan is too much settling down.

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    Quote Originally Posted by realnutter View Post
    The money?
    No but Tunney enough, this wasn't tested.

    Next?
    even a gypsy caravan is too much settling down.

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