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Thread: Toilet Seat. Up or down?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Uncle jhad View Post
    The chef's apron?
    No they go in a washing machine and I'm sure there's far dirtier clothes items go in and out of these premises.

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

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    dish cloths

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    Door knobs?
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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 .

    Its.usually an advantage to go dressed for any eventuality


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    Ok. It's actually the menues that are available to the public to order from. Often these are made of paper and once printed remain in operation for long periods of time. They are rarely made of a washable material. So they get handled, played with. Sit around on tables while people eat and punters come and go. Often little thought is put into the storage and handling of menues, so they can and often do get overlooked.
    even a gypsy caravan is too much settling down.
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    Sauce bottles ?
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    Quote Originally Posted by NomadicRT View Post
    Its.usually an advantage to go dressed for any eventuality



    Now I could of done with one of those when I had to use the public loo at the fish market in Mumbai, I assume it has a velcro bum flap ?
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    Quote Originally Posted by ma bungo View Post
    I assume it has a velcro bum flap ?
    no need ma, that's a poo retainer unit on the back, where it's recirculated for reuse.
    even a gypsy caravan is too much settling down.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ma bungo View Post
    Now I could of done with one of those when I had to use the public loo at the fish market in Mumbai, I assume it has a velcro bum flap ?
    This one appears to come with its own built in toilet
    Hebridean at heart..everywhere else is just somewhere on the way back there...
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    Quote Originally Posted by ma bungo View Post
    Now I could of done with one of those when I had to use the public loo at the fish market in Mumbai, I assume it has a velcro bum flap ?
    Old sea-dog story, sorry folks, but we were up in a locals market in Hong Kong in 1977. It was eye-opener, and all the death and bits just ran down this flowing open-sewer in the street. The "facilities" were a tin shed set over this river of death, you just went in and squatted over the joy flowing below. Some our friends had to go, so we let them get settled in, and then sailed a big burning and aflame bunch of newspaper down there for them ... ah, the fun we had then
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    Quote Originally Posted by ma bungo View Post
    I assume it has a velcro bum flap ?
    Are you practicing safe spudding ma?
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    Quote Originally Posted by alices wonderland View Post
    no need ma, that's a poo retainer unit on the back, where it's recirculated for reuse.

    Blimey , are you telling me if I are chips , then pood in my retainer unit , it would then be upcycled back nto chips , or would it just make potatoes , oil , and salt ?

    Either way , gotta be on every preppers Xmas/wish list .
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    Quote Originally Posted by ma bungo View Post
    Blimey , are you telling me if I are chips , then pood in my retainer unit , it would then be upcycled back nto chips , or would it just make potatoes , oil , and salt ?

    Either way , gotta be on every preppers Xmas/wish list .
    Best not eat a vindaloo and onion bhaji's
    Hebridean at heart..everywhere else is just somewhere on the way back there...
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    Quote Originally Posted by Rick69 View Post
    Are you practicing safe spudding ma?
    Good lord no , I have an titchy anus ( everyone at the WI all ways says here comes tight arse ) There is no way Bungo could fit his testicles up my bottom even though they are very small he would not want to as he already has a torsion in his right one from when he fell out of an apple tree and landed on a lower branch one leg either side
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    Quote Originally Posted by ma bungo View Post
    Blimey , are you telling me if I are chips , then pood in my retainer unit , it would then be upcycled back nto chips , or would it just make potatoes , oil , and salt ?

    Either way , gotta be on every preppers Xmas/wish list .
    That suit wouldn't do all those things. For what your describing you would need the super deluxe suit. This one will only recycle as far as feeding the soil the potatoes would then Grow in. But without much effort Any wee wee could be piped either to a detachable camelback or direct to lips via a long-ish pipe, Stored or consumed directly.
    even a gypsy caravan is too much settling down.
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    Quote Originally Posted by NomadicRT View Post
    Best not eat a vindaloo and onion bhaji's
    But I love Indian food , that was part of my downfall at the fish market , I had under estimated my acclimatisation, and the dodgy bhang lassie made my guts explosive . I can understand why the walls were coated in shit up to shoulder level , even though it was a sguatter bog.
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    Quote Originally Posted by alices wonderland View Post
    That suit wouldn't do all those things. For what your describing you would need the super deluxe suit. This one will only recycle as far as feeding the soil the potatoes would then Grow in. But without much effort Any wee wee could be piped either to a detachable camelback or direct to lips via a long-ish pipe, Stored or consumed directly.
    I bet the super deluxe suit is unfeasably expensive . Wee is not really a problem , I only ever drink cider , so my wee must be cider , that will be easy to repurpose .
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    The lid is the petty vengeance option which forces the issue and results in relationship breakdown......the women I've lived with or hung out with want the seat down if the man puts the lid down (lid down after a crap is excused) its a blatent attempt to equalise effort.

    Nomis.....that was a cowardly explanation......but a man would do well to enter into a m/f relationship with a lid down obsession......course they will probably still try to break you.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ma bungo View Post
    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 !
    A good woman will do that , no need for a PA
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    Quote Originally Posted by ma bungo View Post
    I think the idea is if you get a heavy enough earing , over time the weight stretches the said member
    Half brick and a piece of string is much less fuss, I'm told.
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    I'd always thought seat-down lid-up was correct. Well trained in this by my ex. But at my last squat I realised this is the WORST orientation! An invitation for some skanky punk to piss all over the seat because they are lazy or drunk, or the room is too dark and their headtorch was swallowed up by their minging bedroom. My friend even boasted he likes to play 'tsunami' all over the seat and floor. Could've fckn strangled him. We changed the rule to seat-up to save us all from soggy bum cheeks. Admit defeat people!
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    Quote Originally Posted by dollybassett View Post
    A good woman will do that , no need for a PA
    A bad woman might do it quicker
    even a gypsy caravan is too much settling down.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Brynhyffryd View Post
    Half brick and a piece of string is much less fuss, I'm told.
    reversed sock suspender.
    even a gypsy caravan is too much settling down.

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    Quote Originally Posted by alices wonderland View Post
    reversed sock suspender.
    That's exactly how I keep my socks down!

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