Friday, 13 July 2012

It's All About Aim


I am SO tired of sitting on a wet toilet seat. In fact, it's getting to the point where I would rather my boys leave the seat up and I can fall in rather than sit on a pee soaked seat.

This got me to thinking . . . . is it really so hard to pee standing up? Is there some force of nature that causes the pee to go everywhere BUT in the toilet bowl? One day, I even found pee on the wall above the back of the toilet . . . how does that happen?!?!???

One of my boys (I'll not name names) refuses to pull his pants down far enough when he needs to go pee, therefore his 'aim' is compromised by material that keeps things pointed up.  He's too lazy to pull down his pants.

As a woman, I simply can't understand this. Boys were given a gift in that they can actually stand to pee - no squatting on the side of the road with a full moon, pants wrapped around your ankles preventing a quick getaway in the event someone rolls up. How hard is it to drop your pants what - a whole 6 inches - in order to hit the toilet?

I guess I would understand if the boys had to stand 3 feet away from the toilet, and the bowl was half the size - of course they would miss occasionally then. But seriously - their weiners are hanging OVER the bowl - it's RIGHT there! What gives?!?


Suggestions anyone?


  1. Hey Cheryl! I feel your pain. I got really tired of mopping up stinky messes around the toilet so I laid down the law. All males must sit to pee... We had to resort to a sticky-note on the seat for a couple weeks as a reminder. It has helped a ton. No more wet seats, no more disgusting surprises around the toilet. "In me and my house, we shall sit to pee". Tee hee!

  2. I am sooooo doing this! Mike will be thrilled ;) lol