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Bathroom Humor

by coie - June 29th, 2006.
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Currently my greatest wish is that for one whole day
I'll be able to go to the bathroom without using the plunger BEFORE use
because my siblings are afraid to flush the toilet due to the vast
amount of substance within.  Honestly, even Dippy, Mr.
Who wipes?  finds a way to clog the toilet every single time.


That being said, I recently conducted a survey of some sorts amongst my
siblings and cousins.  They didn’t know I was doing this, but
their answers were still funny.  When I was little I never knew
what to say if I was in the restroom and someone knocked on the
door.  I think I would just yell, “Taken!”…Now I’ve got it down to
“Go away!” or “Stop knocking!” unless we have guests, then I’ll say
“Just a sec…”

 

Then
I got curious about what my siblings and cousins would say if I knocked
on the door while they were in there, and took down the results…Here
they are:

 

Ryann – “Hang on” or *jokingly* “Come in!”

Levi and Julia– “Who is it?” (Does it really make a difference?)

Paul *ignored first knock* Response to second knock- “I can’t hear you.”

Emmiko “Just wait.”

Dippy – “Don’t come in!!!”

Luke – *in goofy voice* “Go away…It’s not your turn yet!”


So that's that.  Sorry if you find it offensive.  Ok, I have to go pick up some cow milk.

18 Responses to Bathroom Humor

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    Ha,ha!! That’s funny! How many bathrooms do you have? We have enough, so there is noooooo possible way they are all clogged. But right now, we are hanging out with our little cousins, and I think I have entered the bathroom four times, and found eother an unflushed, or a clogged toilet!!:) So I can now say(to some extent) I know how you feel! 😉

    -Woody @ http://www.whoppersnpopcorn.blogspot.com

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    Ha,ha!! That’s funny! How many bathrooms do you have? We have enough, so there is noooooo possible way they are all clogged. But right now, we are hanging out with our little cousins, and I think I have entered the bathroom four times, and found either an unflushed, or a clogged toilet!!:) So I can now say(to some extent) I know how you feel! 😉

    -Woody @ http://www.whoppersnpopcorn.blogspot.com

  3. Clogged Again!

    At our house it isn’t the toilet that clogs up but the entire bathroom. I have two teenaged sisters who are very adamant about their absolute inalienable right to dawn, morning, lunchtime, afternoon, evening, and night primping sessions, each lasting anywhere from a few minutes to an hour.

  4. LOL!!

    Too funny! I guess I’m mean to because I would have done the same!!!!! I really like reading your blog and have been trying to stop over more often!!!! I have posted on my blog and well you to tell me what you think!!!!!

    Sincerely,

    Alatariel

    I linked you on my post!!! You can tell you are your mother’s daughter! LOL God bless You!

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    Coie, that’s pretty gross.

  6. LOL

    Yeah, I can relate.

    *cough*

    What’s bad is at my old camp the bathroom stalls don’t have doors, they have curtains, and you can’t tell if anyone’s in there… so sometimes people just open the curtain…

    O_o

  7. Hello

    Just stopping by at all my friends to take a look at their cool blogs!

    Thanks for concerning yourself with this Hobbit!

    tigerlily

  8. Toilets and persistent knockers

    *Who is it??* At our house, it does make a difference if the little knocker happens to be Cadence, now 19 months old, but who learned to knock authoritatively some months ago. She can really make you think it’s someone important with an urgent need for the bathroom. (Hmmm, maybe I should start potty training her.)

    And here, our toilets usually back-up in unison, so when one goes out, they’re both creating nasty backwash in the tubs and on the floor. Thankfully, that doesn’t happen too often.

  9. Fun With Toilets

    My son, who was so excited about flushing to start with, has nearly abandoned the practice altogether now. Yep, it’s, ummm…… interesting?

    But twice this last week he got so carried away flushing that he flooded the toilet. When I asked him what happened he said “I flushed and flushed and flushed and flushed and flushed and flushed.”

    All this to say, better to have to flush once before you go than to have to clean up toilet water from the bathroom floor every time!

    Rebeca

  10. I won't find it offensive if…..

    You don’t get a cow before we do, I’ve been waiting FOREVER!!!!!

    0:) Amber

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    Now that’s an important survey.

    Though I have to say, re your response to your guests–hmm, I’m suprised that you HAVE guests with your family….just kidding!!!

    Speaking of toilets–have you ever heard of the American Standard toilet? Personally, I prefer New King James. 😉

    Clogged toilets–eeek!!! That tends to happen a lot around here, as well–and not just with an excess of…err…well, how about the plastic frogs–and don’t forget the bananas–they really don’t do well at all!!!

  12. Coie!

    Oh, my goodness! You are so funny! And I thought I already knew that! Haha! Well, me I just say: ”Who is it?” or if I am slightly annoyed: ”Yes?” or if someone has been knocking continually: ”Do you mind?” or ”Go away, please!” Yes, me the indescribably brainless. Haha! \

    By the way, those comics had me laughing too!

    I love you, Coie!

    Mariel

  13. jayfromcleveland

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    Ooooooooo-kay!

    As your mom likes to do, that’s just TOO MUCH INFORMATION!!!

  14. offensive!!!

    offensive! by all means I consider it offensive.

    humf! humph! how do you find the nerve to say such sensative sentences!

    ( are you getting this? hope so! I’m NOT trying to offend you.)

    farewell!

    cornf!

  15. Potty Talk

    Now that is funny! Can you come over and teach my 5 year old son to remember to flush the toliet when he is done? LOL!

    I really like the music on your site.

    Rebecca

  16. Usually…

    I say ‘Occupado’. But I’ve always wanted to try ‘almost…there’ as I’m grunting. EEEWWWWWW! I’m bad. Sick, twisted, demented. You started it!

    Have a groooovy day!

    Blesings,

    Traci 🙂

  17. Bathrooms –

    That sounds like our house – so funny! I’m the eldest of eight, you know – and realized that once you get at least about 4 siblings the bathroom shortage conflict picks up (plunger use too).

    Mom used to have it against the rules for us children to lock the bathroom doors when we were little because some people would get stuck. Now I have to lock them to keep the careless ones from barging in.

    ~Amanda~

  18. Felicity says…

    Felicity (my sister) just says, "Sorry, bathroom taken. Please leave a message after the beep, beeeeeeeep!".

    Edited by willow on Saturday, July 8, 2006 at 1:20 PM

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