Discussion in 'The Howard Stern Show' started by GaryPuppet, May 30, 2014.
I usually do 3 cuz if deathly afraid of the toilet over flowing while dropping a deuce.
Depends where I am. I am a shy public shitter. I like to flush as I shit to minimize sound/smell. I will then finish and wipe and flush once regardless of how much toilet paper I use. Public bathrooms flush like a jet engine. At home, no courtesy flush. Will flush after a few wipes (if not clean yet) for fear of clogging toilet.
That's kind of you to provide courtesy flushes when in public johns.
Usually two. Once for the and once for the paper
I don't flush in public just so that I can hear the reaction of the person going in next while I wash my hands. I only flush once at home and then take a brush to wash all the shit stuck to the side of the bowl.
I knew there was going to be a sneaky pooper in this thread.
Just a matter of time before they posted and revealed their identity.
Speaking of this, I am so sick of those stupid fuckin waterless urinals!
Doesn't anyone smell how bad it is to not wash down gallons of piss and let it dry and fill the air? Every time I go in a public restrooms now, the smell of rank piss bites your nose the moment you walk in. Take a bucket and piss in it and then pour it out and let it dry next to your toilet for a week in your bathroom, then smell what your bathroom and/or house will smell like after that! It's disgusting!
get the expensive plunger at home depot you animals. save the earth.
If it's any consolation, I usually pee in the sink to save water.
This is an old article, but the problem remains and is kept quiet due to the money spent pumping a lot of chemicals down the drains.
Low-flow toilets cause stink in San Francisco
March 1st, 2011
07:21 AM ET
The city of San Francisco's push for low-flow toilets is saving water â€“ at a smelly price.
Use of the low-flow toilets has cut city water consumption by 20 million gallons a year, Public Utilities Commission spokesman Tyrone Jue told the San Francisco Chronicle.
But the cost is both monetary and olfactory.
Because water flow isn't pushing the waste through the system fast enough, a stinky sludge is building up in the sewers, the Chronicle reports. It's blamed for a rotten-egg smell wafting through areas of the city, especially during summer, according to the report.
So the city is spending $14 million to buy a three-year supply of concentrated bleach to combat the sewer odor, disinfect treated water before it's pumped into San Francisco Bay and sanitize tap water.
The plan is drawing criticism from environmental advocates.
"Using sodium hypochlorite, commonly known as bleach, is the equivalent of using a sledgehammer to crack an egg; it's the wrong tool, and it will cause irreversible collateral damage," San Francisco chemical engineer Adam Lowry and German chemist Michael Braungart wrote in a Chronicle op-ed.
Their solution to the stink: either dumping hydrogen peroxide into the sewers or "a pro-biotic solution, that is, enzymes or bacteria that would simply 'eat' the smell then degrade harmlessly."
Once thanks to the American Standard Champion 4 toilet.
Depends, sometimes my ass breaks off the turd and I have to wipe forever. Then it can be 5+.
24 within a +/- 2 standard deviation. (I'm a conservationist)
How many hours a day do you sit around thinking of these inane posts?
This one was a spur of a moment one because my stomach started acting up and a deuce
was upon me before I knew it.
Do you enjoy my posts Danno?
I've got to say some are kinda odd.
I will take that as a compliment bro.
+ reps to you!
Okay Bud, what ever makes your day. Have fun.