“…toilet seats are not a vehicle for the transmission of any infectious agents — you won’t catch anything.”
It’s time to get over the shame and stigma and talk about what men really face.
Maybe it’s a guy thing.
Do you leave that washroom $20 richer?
Steven Lake examines how we define the sh*t jobs around the house and who does the clean up.
Mr. Torbert’s lesson to elementary school boys on using a public bathroom should be posted in lavatories everywhere.
Chuck Ross knows what it’s like to be in over your head.
I was generously offered the opportunity to write a guestpost for Sally Smallwood’s wonderful and insightful improv blog. Here it is: Note: Any scene can be terrific if it’s played enthusiastically and intelligently, but generally when I see players initiate any of the scenes below, it doesn’t end well. PS: I’ve done most of these…
When a Gundam’s gotta go … well, you know the rest …
John Oliver, who as a kid was terrified of public bathrooms, served in the 82nd Airborne Division during Desert Storm. The Army, he learned, is no place for the toilet-shy.
Aaron cooks up a glorious scheme to help his son use the toilet, which proceeds to backfire (literally) all over him.
Lance Armstrong’s allegations, a woman who finds her mother 23 years late, and a snowman in Bahrain: the 10 at 10.