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#16 jenvan

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Posted 24 August 2006 - 08:13 AM

ha ha! we laugh...but i do some of my best work in the bathroom :) i definitely text while on the pot.
Susan-- I only sit on toliets belonging to those I'm really close to too...like seen naked or nearly.
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Posted 24 August 2006 - 08:18 AM

Oh, HOW can you do that? My husband always wonders what takes me so long ... I say, I have to wipe off the seat, be sure every inch is covered with paper, etc. I'm obsessive about it, but I cannot hover!!

It's those climber's thighs!

And yeah, it's all in our heads, but still--- echhh! I hate public toilets.
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Posted 24 August 2006 - 08:32 AM

Susan-- I only sit on toliets belonging to those I'm really close to too...like seen naked or nearly.


:lol: :lol: :lol:


It's those climber's thighs!


Yup, Carla, it's a good thigh workout - - I seriously haven't sat on toilets (other than the aforementioned) since I was about five or six...... :o
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Posted 24 August 2006 - 08:33 AM

I just can't do it!!! I even lift weights and do all kinds of leg exercises ... <_<
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Posted 24 August 2006 - 08:40 AM

wow, if those legs weren't so tan and skinny, I would've had to say that was me at the dorms in college!

I get mad at people who hover....They get pee everywhere! All over the seat, the floor....everywhere! Way grosser than just other people's butt meat on the seat...I mean really...the dirty part is in the open hole! :rolleyes:
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Posted 24 August 2006 - 08:42 AM

Ditto, you couldn't pay me to sit on a public seat and hubby will ask, if we are out, if a certain place is OK to pee - Wedny's are OUT, forever. Don't even mention Wal-Mart or K-mart unless I am totally completly dieing!!!

I too have passed this on to my kids - they have a hard time even pottying at school. Strangely enough, my step-daughter, who has to wash her hands every 5 minutes and keeps anti-germ stuff in the car, in her purse, and in her locker has no problem sitting on a public toilet but won't use a blue room to save her soul. We have chatted and I think she is better but not positive--she won't even pee in the woods (her mom won't let her when we are camping/hiking). EEEWWWW.
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Posted 24 August 2006 - 08:44 AM

wow, if those legs weren't so tan and skinny, I would've had to say that was me at the dorms in college!

I get mad at people who hover....They get pee everywhere! All over the seat, the floor....everywhere! Way grosser than just other people's butt meat on the seat...I mean really...the dirty part is in the open hole! :rolleyes:

What legs, the ones on your pencat?

I hate that, too!!! So gross. I mean, I avoid public restrooms, but when you need one, you need one!!

Ditto, you couldn't pay me to sit on a public seat and hubby will ask, if we are out, if a certain place is OK to pee - Wedny's are OUT, forever. Don't even mention Wal-Mart or K-mart unless I am totally completly dieing!!!

I too have passed this on to my kids - they have a hard time even pottying at school. Strangely enough, my step-daughter, who has to wash her hands every 5 minutes and keeps anti-germ stuff in the car, in her purse, and in her locker has no problem sitting on a public toilet but won't use a blue room to save her soul. We have chatted and I think she is better but not positive--she won't even pee in the woods (her mom won't let her when we are camping/hiking). EEEWWWW.

What's a blue room?
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#23 DingoGirl

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Posted 24 August 2006 - 09:09 AM

Um, I always, always wipe any accidental spills :ph34r: and I am very skilled at this, so there usually aren't any.....
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#24 kabowman

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Posted 24 August 2006 - 09:26 AM

A blue room (or green depending on where you are) is the portable toilet you see at festivals, along the side of the road at construction sites, etc... At Smokey Mountain National Park (green rooms) they had them at trail heads.
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Posted 24 August 2006 - 09:36 AM

A blue room (or green depending on where you are) is the portable toilet you see at festivals, along the side of the road at construction sites, etc... At Smokey Mountain National Park (green rooms) they had them at trail heads.

Oh, yea, yuck!!

This guy we knew, a country boy out in Owen County (I can tease people for that because we lived there), went in one and had his arm leaning on the arm rest for quite some time before he figured out it was a urinal!! :o
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Posted 24 August 2006 - 10:36 AM

I was wondering what a blue room is also. Up here, we call those "Port-A-Potties".......

When I am out and about, I wouldn't be able to hold it if my life depended on it, so I am a regular visitor to public washrooms..........

Terry was telling me about the other day when he took Daniel into a men's washroom. Usually, when we are out, I take the boys with me into the women's, but Terry had the boys that day without me. Connor is a "stand-up" to pee guy, Daniel still likes sitting down while he pees. Well, when Terry took Daniel into the men's washroom and Daniel had to stand in front of the urinal to pee, which he is TOTALLY unaccustomed to doing, he had a very difficult time controlling where the stream went and when he turned sideways, almost soaked the leg of the guy standing next to him....... :lol:

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Posted 25 August 2006 - 12:52 PM

...okay, both my mom and dad are OCD! Six kids has cured me of much of it though!! I always clean the cart at the grocery, I love those wipes they provide, although I find it funny that some get their cart, then push it over to the wipes, it's too late then!! I'm actually more afraid of gluten than bacteria!!!! :lol:


That's so true! I have OCD and gluten is the new bacteria. It's not bad anymore, as living with roomates getting gluten everywhere desentized me. OCD people are naturally fit for protecting against cc!! :lol:
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Posted 25 August 2006 - 12:59 PM

I would SOOOO NOT sit on a public toilet!! sooo gross!! And yeah, I call blue rooms port-a-potties and plop johns. never heard of blue room, though I suppose its a nicer name for them. I would never go in a plop john unless i was absolutely dying!!! And sitting on a public toilet seat, just gross!!!!!!!!!!!!! ewwwwwwwwwww!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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Posted 25 August 2006 - 01:18 PM

Yep, I'm a long-time hoverer...gotta do regular squats with a barbell to keep trained for this, especially for the stop-at-a-gas-station-on-a-long-trip adventures, when the duration that one is hovering can be quite challenging... :lol:
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Posted 25 August 2006 - 01:25 PM

:lol: :lol: :lol:

I don't know how I missed this thread yesterday!

Too funny.

BTW I hate public restrooms and only use them if necessary....but I much prefer them over the port a potties.
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