Toilet things...

  • PolitiMAC

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    Mar 27, 2014 11:14 AM GMT
    Hey guys, how's it going?

    I've noticed I have a large intolerance for anything to do with things that go into the toilet. Not the toilet itself, but the things that go in it...

    Now, no one likes the idea of being closer to crap than they have to or for longer than have to, but I find it VERY hard to even look at it for more than half a second at most.

    Public toilets freak me out and end up hyperventilating when I leave because I've held my breath for as long as I can when in the place (smells).

    I hope to have kids in the future, hopefully as young as I can possibly get them (adoption route), but I get anxious even considering the changing the nappies part. Sure, I'd do it, like any good father should, but it scares me icon_razz.gif My future husband/partner would probably find it hilarious icon_cool.gif

    So how 'bout you? Does my intolerance and sensitivity to toilet things come close to or outstrip yours? icon_biggrin.gif
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    Mar 27, 2014 1:40 PM GMT
    I can relate to all the above except for pubic toilets.
    I don't see them as intolerable as much as a lot of work (cleaning someone else's mess before I start {yuck} and doing a balancing act so none of my clothes touches *anything*).
    Don't make me look in the bowl. That's horrifying.
    My boss at my last job (in a construction company) wasn't doing well and fired the cleaning staff. We had to clean the bathroom ourselves. I really resented that.
    If I ever live with a guy again, I want separate bathrooms.
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    Mar 27, 2014 3:50 PM GMT
    PolitiMAC said ... I hope to have kids in the future, hopefully as young as I can possibly get them, but I get anxious even considering the changing the nappies part. Sure, I'd do it, like any good father should, but it scares me ...

    good luck with the adoption, children 3-5 years old still have accidents.


    [quote][cite]JohnSpotter said[/cite] ... If I ever live with a guy again, I want separate bathrooms.
    if you were lucky did you have anal sex your previous BF?


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    Mar 27, 2014 4:43 PM GMT
    When you have been in my field for 33 years and you have so many times cleaned the aircraft bathroom during flights ( checking if it needs toiletry , wipe floor if it is wet ...) , bathrooms odors doesn't bother you anymore ...lol...
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    Mar 28, 2014 3:29 PM GMT
    Cleanliness is actually less important to me than privacy.
    (I'm sorry I lost my last job because it had two big men's rooms!)
    I quit my job before that after one day because it was a small office with a bathroom the size of a porta-potty (with no window or fan) shoved in the corner five feet from my desk!
    Yuck.
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    Mar 28, 2014 3:43 PM GMT
    Some public toilets i have been in to have been awful and its a shame on the cleaners i mean how can people be so nasty and come on how can you not aim shit down a bowl for a start.

    But as said above kids have accidents and well some adults do i mean we are filth machines with shit and piss really so how do you cope with your own body ??
  • TheSkyWasYell...

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    Mar 28, 2014 11:17 PM GMT
    I understand the feeling: when I was a little kid a toilet murdered every member of my family and raped me until my asshole resembled a bloody asterisk.
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    Mar 29, 2014 12:59 AM GMT
    I've learned that once you get used to using those paper toilet seats, you can't go back.