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I posted this as just a creepy video to entertain the community, not to provide any type of warning or claim that giant spiders lurk in your toilet. If I had been posting an actual warning, I would have chosen a video of an alligator climbing out of a NYC toilet. ;)
But, thanks for the Snopes link. I always enjoy visiting that website.
Ah, I didn't see a disclaimer so I figured it was a real alert, esp. with the preview image for the video. I'm a compulsive fact-checker on Facebook. Alas, the Snopes link doesn't quite match but was the closest I could find.
Dude, seriously, WHAT handkerchief?
snooggums' density principal: "The more dense a population, the more dense a population."
Iliana: "You're a great friend but if we're ever chased by zombies I'm tripping you."
Personally, I've never had a problem with the toilet seat being up or down. And, I don't think it has anything to do with my gender. Instead of spending $14 on a light for my toilet, I just turn the light on in the bathroom. Or, if someone was wanting to spend money to fix the toilet set problem, how about a nice, cheap nite-light? ;)
I'm actually kind of interested in what any of our female community members think about the above linked product and if they have considered buying it/already own it.
Re: toilet seat up or down, you should all feel ashamed if you don't leave the lid down. It's very little effort, it helps prevent bad smells from coming out, and for those of us with inquisitive pets, it's nice to know that the cat/dog isn't drinking from/drowning in the toilet.
Sig pic by Sonic, avatar by Chalcas. Thanks!
Irregular since 2007.