Making a Splash

You don’t want to know how many personal items I’ve dropped in the toilet so far this week. You really don’t.

7 Responses to “Making a Splash”

  1. craig Says:

    One has to wonder if these are items dropped then retrieved, or if once they hit the water they are gone for good…

  2. Aimee Says:

    Well, sometimes you’ve just gotta do what you’ve gotta do…

  3. adam ford Says:

    oh, man was YOUR toilet training messed up. You’re supposed to leave them in there, Aimee.

    Still, it’s never too late to learn.

  4. Aimee Says:

    In my own defense, I would like to point out that in each situation, the toilet has been…well, not previously utilised. Fortunately.

    I feel like Henry Kissinger in that episode of The Simpsons.

  5. Bronwyn Says:

    Hey babe, I forgot to tell you that Tristan had a similar scarey tea incident, he set his phone and cup of tea down specifically side by side, went to have a shower and when he came back the phone was IN the cup of tea. He was understandably quite upset, a) because it was nice tea, he’d been enjoying it and b) there was absolutely nobody else in the house to explain it. Sometimes objects just have to dive into liquid of their own accord. Perhaps if they want it so much they should be allowed to stay there

  6. adam ford Says:

    i meant the whole point of going to the toilet is to drop things in there and leave them in there. just to clarify.

  7. Flashman Says:

    My friend dropped her phone into the toilet. And it rang while it was down there – not for long, but she never found out just who was calling her.