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Toilet in shed

Discussion in 'General Chat' started by suewhite, Apr 5, 2011.


  1. suewhite

    suewhite PetForums VIP

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    Something went wrong with our plumbing in the bathroom so it is going to have to be all renewed and OH decided instead of getting someone to do it he would do it :nono:he has been at it for 2 days and he has put a bucket in the shed for us to us as a toilet as he has taken ours out,it"s awful trying to perch on a bucket not so bad for wees but the other:eek:I really dont think he knows what he"s doing
     
  2. shells

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    oh dear you poor thing hope its sorted soon xx
     
  3. DaisytheTT

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    Oh my :eek: Well back to basics I suppose, guess you could give Ray Mears a run for his money, now all you have to do is learn how to start a fire with a couple of twigs and build a shelter with a leaf, cotton wool pad and a flower pot :p
     
  4. westie~ma

    westie~ma ~ In my shed ~
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    Oh heck, you poor thing :(

    Is that his way of payback for bumping his car? ;)

    Your husband and his antics really make me laugh though :lol:
     
  5. suewhite

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    This is where my throne used to be:blink:
     
  6. suewhite

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    Not here it"s not cold today and raining and sheds at the bottom of the garden,thinking of going to a caravan shop and getting one of those portable jobies got to be better than trying to perch on a bucket:tongue_smilie:
     
  7. lymorelynn

    lymorelynn UN Peacekeeper in training
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    It's not so much the perching on a bucket as the thought to emptying it :eek:
    A chemical caravanning one sounds at least a little more civilised :D
    Hope you get your bathroom sorted quickly though, even if it does make you appreciate the 'luxuries' in life :rolleyes:::p
     
  8. JANICE199

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    lol Sue you could always nip to your local 2nd hand shop and buy a nice wicker comode.;):D
     
  9. suewhite

    suewhite PetForums VIP

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    Janice I"ve likey you for that I know someone who has a comode thats not in use:thumbup::thumbup:
     
  10. JANICE199

    JANICE199 PetForums VIP

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    Well i couldn't have you squating over a bucket.Now you can take a nice cuppa with you and sit......(yes i did say sit and not sh*t) in comfort.;):lol::lol:
     
  11. suewhite

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    Thanks Jan but you forgot the ciggie:eek:with my cuppa:D
     
  12. skyblue

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    how do you flush it?:D
     
  13. JANICE199

    JANICE199 PetForums VIP

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    pmsl sorry about that.Oh just for the record,my fags still haven't gone up.:D
     
  14. JANICE199

    JANICE199 PetForums VIP

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    Just dig a hole in the next door neighbours garden late at night and bury it.;):D:D
     
  15. suewhite

    suewhite PetForums VIP

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    It"s good for my shrub garden:D:D
     
  16. Zaros

    Zaros Pet Forums, P/resident Evil

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    Ah! Toilets are easy pee-sy and even if he does end up make a complete dogs dinner of it, at least you'll still have a pot to p1ss in! ;)
     
  17. BeagleOesx

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    Oh no poor you, that would be my worst nightmare - no flushable loo:eek: I'd have to move out til it was fixed but my hubby would probably make it drag out longer just for the peace & quiet :lol:
     
  18. kathryn773

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    often available 2nd hand. car boots and try free cycle
     
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