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PostPosted: 12/16/03 - 13:10    Post subject: Personal Question, part IV
When home alone, do you still close the door to potty?


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PostPosted: 12/16/03 - 13:14    Post subject: Re: Personal Question, part IV
airehead wrote:
When home alone, do you still close the door to potty?


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I don't even close it when I'm not home alone, because generally it's just me and my son and he'll wait for that particular time to ask me to explain nuclear fision, anyway.
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PostPosted: 12/16/03 - 13:14    Post subject: Re: Personal Question, part IV
airehead wrote:
When home alone, do you still close the door to potty?


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sometimes dunno

I guess I've never thought about it.
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PostPosted: 12/16/03 - 13:15    Post subject:
No. I leave it wide open if i'm alone. It's more comfortable to leave the door open, given the opportunity. Not sure why.
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PostPosted: 12/16/03 - 13:16    Post subject:
No.
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PostPosted: 12/16/03 - 13:16    Post subject:
You want to hear something sad? I don't even bother closing the doors when the family is here because someone always barges in on me (both bathrooms downstairs have 2 entry points). I haven't pottied in private for 11 1/2 years now. (I do close the door when we have company, however).

So in answer to your question, no.
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PostPosted: 12/16/03 - 13:17    Post subject:
I'm always home alone, so I always leave the door open.
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PostPosted: 12/16/03 - 13:18    Post subject:
The door closes dunno
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PostPosted: 12/16/03 - 13:18    Post subject:
how in the world couldn't you.....my kids do not to see us or each other going to the bathroom. They do tend to knock as soon as we get in there...
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PostPosted: 12/16/03 - 13:20    Post subject:
The kids are still young enough, and M & I are bohemian enough not to really mind or care about modesty. We just sort of let it all hang out.

None of us bothers to close the door; there might be something important to discuss, and you can't do that properly through a closed door.

Heck, M calls me in there in the guise of needing to ask/tell me something just to make me smell his current activity. When we're home alone we're all 4 years old.
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PostPosted: 12/16/03 - 13:29    Post subject:
home alone - door open - too lazy to bother anyway.

peeps home - door closed, maybe not latched, but it is shut. then the cats usually line up outside and push it open anyway
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PostPosted: 12/16/03 - 13:31    Post subject:
No and this is a good reason why...
rolling rock wrote:
then the cats usually line up outside and push it open anyway
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PostPosted: 12/16/03 - 13:41    Post subject:
No... I like to let the fumes permeate the entire house.....
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PostPosted: 12/16/03 - 13:41    Post subject:
being particularly offended by odors, even my own.....I choose to close the door, at least slightly, even when I'm home, then I spray, leave the fan on and close the door in the hope that the odor will not disperse through the apartment.

alone and standing for #1: door open and I may not flush until there are a few gallons of it in there. no sense wasting water.
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PostPosted: 12/16/03 - 13:46    Post subject:
keltic63 wrote:
being particularly offended by odors, even my own.....I choose to close the door, at least slightly, even when I'm home, then I spray, leave the fan on and close the door in the hope that the odor will not disperse through the apartment.

alone and standing for #1: door open and I may not flush until there are a few gallons of it in there. no sense wasting water.


But then you have to clean your bowl more often, don't you? If there's anything I hate it's cleaning the BOWLS. Especially since my plumber cordially asked me to stop using those bleach drop-in-the-tank things... he said the bleach eats anything rubber (gaskets, etc.) and that's why my toilet was leaking. So now I have to clean the damned things more often. I'd rather have 10 kids than clean toilets.
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