• Of course I do.
  • You must be from California. I'm a guy and I flush every time but I have to remind myself that I don't live in a drought stricken State anymore. And the long showers are sooooooo nice.
  • I think it's cheaper not to piss off your wife.
  • 5-21-2017 Pee in the sink like everybody else. You keep a cup or a glass there to rinse off what dribbles on the edge. You can flush it all down with a total of about two cups of water. Tell your wife about this:
    • Roaring
      Thanks Jewels "According to the Environmental Protection Agency, flushing toilets accounts for 27 percent of America's water usage. Newer toilets use 1.6 gallons per flush, and older models can use significantly more (as much as 7 gallons). The average adult urinates six to eight times a day, which means that, worst-case scenario, you could be using 56 gallons in the span of 24 hours just by pressing a lever." from that link.
    • Roaring
      I've noticed with a healthy diet urine odor is quite mild. At my cottage I use a composting system with sawdust so there is 0 wasted water.
  • You think wrong, then. You must flush the toilet as the pee particles and the bacteria in it get into the air and not only give you that smell, but also risk of infection and spreading of diseases.
  • There's this saying: If it's yellow let it mellow, If it's brown flush it down. To keep the peace you and your wife have to be in agreement. I agree with you.
    • Jewels Vern
      I recall the campaign for governor of California. Somebody put up a billboard that said "IF IT'S BROWN FLUSH IT".
  • Not flushing quickens the build-up of that brown toilet ring. Fortunately Lysol Power Toilet Bowl Cleaner (stuff with the hydrochloric acid) fixes that.

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