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The Toilet Seat Delima
By Walt Hardester
Last edited: Tuesday, October 20, 2009
Posted: Tuesday, October 20, 2009

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My solution to the age old delima.

Ah the toilet seat. The bane of many a relationship. Maybe even the straw that broke the camel's back.
My solution, simple:

But will the women abide by it?

Something that has plagued man since time imimorial.

Will she, Hmmm?

Ok, anyway, here goes:

The covers always stay in the down position with the top lid closed. Period, simple. Always leave it that way.
If a guy goes in to use it he bends down and picks up both the lid and the seat, then returns the covers to the same position he found them in when finished, simple.

When a woman comes in, she sees both lids closed then raises one, uses the toilet and then closes the top lid.

Simple, or so it seems?

The problem is that most women don't want to bend over and do anything. All they want to do is sit and do business, without fear of wetness. They usually don't want to Do anything.

C'mon, how fair is it to expect guys to always do the bending? This is sexest and the very least.

My solution is simple and effective.

If the ladies can't bend down to raise one lid, why should we guys be expected to raise one or two every time?

So there.......

Just Dumb Ass Walt's Thoughts 2009††††††††††††††††††


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Reviewed by Poetess of The Soul Sheila G 1/31/2010
I Decided to sit "HERE" awhile and read your articles of interest, I will throw out a 50 Fielder here, Just saying... Men (after doing their business and spraying before leaving) just grab a tissue square abd wipe the seat! To out the sat down (my Sweetie don't forget and won't he says) I have no answer there on the lid down! But, use a different bathroom if there is one available!Or deal with the constant reminders

Reviewed by LadyJtalks LadyJzTalkZone (Reader) 10/23/2009
FYI that's why they started making fancy tops on seats so that it would stay down like that to show off the pattern (which you can get one to match any decor). So any one who hasn't heard of this yet and wants to settle this age old problem, yes go get a designer seat for the toilet. Still won't help with them missing the bowl but they haven't come up with wings on the seat yet. (sorry walt, could not help myself) LadyJ
Reviewed by Vicki Wells (Reader) 10/22/2009
If life was only that simple, I found my own soluation, get rid of the man that refused to raise the more wet seat when I sit down. :D
Reviewed by Georg Mateos 10/21/2009
I found the solution. Got two bathrooms! Neither one use the other's!!!


Reviewed by Tinka Boukes 10/21/2009
u-huh..... i would rather go outside doing it under the tree...let the breeze dry me as i 'go' than sitting on a wetone....LOL!!

that is what farmgirls do in a 'state' of emergency...say no made fire my boy....the girls is going to Nail you good!!

love tinka
Reviewed by Walt Hardester 10/20/2009
Not gonna happen dudes........lmao.......just ain't gonna happen, unless maybe we banded together......Nah, Never mind.

Reviewed by Mark Lichterman 10/20/2009
Obviously you haven't been married very long. However, this is something to ponder. It'll never work because the lady always has the last word, but it is something to ponder.
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