Still not the promised post about either chocolate or well spent Saturday nights. I still have the pictures though, so it’s still in the pipeline 🙂
Back to the heading.
Skid marks. We’ve all come across them in some form or other. Be it in a public loo or at home, that’s what toilet brushes are for in the main.
What to do when you come across one in a public loo? Flush and hope it goes away? Use the inevitable brush to clean the loo before you use it? That’s just unbelievably nasty!! Bad enough you had to clean up your children’s shit when they were little, now you have to do it with other people’s? Don’t actually think so.
What I saw the other day at work though, kind of made my brain melt.
A skid mark. But not in it’s usual place.
This was on the rim of the lid. The lid that’s sparked many debates between men and women as the modern toilet developed – to lift up or keep down…
How do you get crap on that lid? Long arms? And, if you got crap on the outside of the lid, why not do the rest of the users a favour and wipe it off?
I looked at this – of course after I did my own business, and I was slightly to very disgusted. Sure, it was not quite a huge splotch, more of a crumbly afterthought, but still!! Just the thought makes me cringe!!
What you do in your own house is not my business. You can do your loo business behind a bush for all I care.
What I would like is for you not to bring those mannerisms to work with you. To have some thought of the people that has to use the loo after you, and the poor person that has to clean up after you – not because she wants to but because she’s paid to do it.
Such is life in South Africa. Never a dull moment. Reminds me of an Aunty Acid joke I saw today.
I got in touch with my inner self today. That’s the last time I use cheap toilet paper!
Long days, pleasant nights…
And, just because I enjoy this tune so much 🙂