A Conversation for Toilet Roll - Over, Under or Not at All?
Hawklord Started conversation Mar 26, 2003
Personally I have the philosophy that the less options I tangle myself up in, the more braincapasity I can use for other more pleassureable tasks like enjoying Hawkwind and other things of great value.....! Therefore I prefer to keep the roll on the floor within reaching distance, thereby totally ignoring the whole problem.
McKay The Disorganised Posted Mar 28, 2003
Until your brain CAPACITY finally rebels at the Hawkwind and takes you down the pub. Its a cold walk home and you rush upstairs to the toilet. The bulb pops as you turn on the light, it matters not, you know your way around here. Your foot scuffs something as you enter, but no matter, duty calls. You fumble with the zip and finally hold in your hand the means of your relief.
Pressure build up means an anxious moment before you hear the re-assuring splash that means you're on target. With a mental note to replace the bulb you stagger to your bed.
Next morning the previous night's curry makes its presence felt. Despite your throbbing head you rush to the palace of contemplation. Barely in time your warm buttocks hit the cold plastic, and India's finest hits the porcelain. Eyes half closed you reach for the roll. Its not where it should be. Ah, its here by your feet. You reach for it, and notice it seems strangely wrinkled. As you put it to use, gingerly, because the lower half is falling apart, you wonder how come its so wet.
As you reach the sink realisation enters your congener laden consiousness.
Hawklord Posted Mar 31, 2003
That kind of gives me a new perspective on several things............!
I used to love curry, but - unfortunatly - beeing equipped with a rather advanced and very graphic imagination......
Dry toast as only source of nutrition is not that bad actually......
Wish I had the energy to fix that bulb though.............
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