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    Toilet Humour

    I probably shouldn’t share this, it might make some of you grimace, but I just have to share.

    So here I am sitting at home. It’s a miserable rainy day outside and I’m sat in front of the computer listening to music and having a vodka when I just about hear a light knocking sound coming from somewhere.

    Curious, I check the front door and low and behold I find a young Asian lady, very pretty and in her early 20’s (I think).

    She was bent over almost double, obviously in quite a bit of distress.

    “Please may I use your toilet?”

    I grinned. I assumed that she was busting for a piss and maybe that was true but it wasn’t the all of it.

    “Of course you can.”

    So I let her in and showed her the way to the facilities.

    I live in an apartment and my “facilities” are right off my sitting room.

    Man, the sounds that came out of that room I thought her ass was suffering multiple detonations, it was incredible. And no, she didn’t pebbledash my toilet bowl.

    Not much of a story I admit but it made me laugh, especially coming from such a pretty, petite young “lady”.
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    Re: Toilet Humour

    Is this real ? Or some joke I am not getting ?

    Cuz its amazing, even after all the bad things happening in the first world, there is still so much trust in other people. Try doing this in India, knock on someone's door and say "may I use your toilet ?".... I assure you, not only they will close the door in your fkn face, but will alert everyone in the building and they will be watching you from the windows...

    Why ? Cuz here, doing that will make you a FREAK !! A big time freak ! Nobody does that ! EVER !!

    From childhood, we are taught to not talk to strangers, not try to be helpful, just ignore and keep moving, everyone is dangerous (potentially). AND DONT LET STRANGERS IN THE HOUSE !!!

    Holy fkn cow ... !!!
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    Re: Toilet Humour

    Quote Originally Posted by rkspsm View Post
    Is this real ? Or some joke I am not getting ?
    Lol.

    I assure you it's quite real, and not the first time it has happened. There was another similar incident a number of years ago with a more mature woman in her 60's.

    We are also taught not to talk to strangers especially when kids, but I have spent most of my life talking to strangers in bars both as a customer and as the barman and you know what, most are pretty decent people.

    After a while you get to be a pretty good judge of who the badun's are with little more than a glance, but of course mistakes can be made.

    In another place I may have done exactly what you suggest, but here in my part of Ireland things aren't nearly as bad as I see happening in many parts of the west.
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    Re: Toilet Humour

    Quote Originally Posted by Jackoff View Post
    After a while you get to be a pretty good judge of who the badun's are with little more than a glance...
    Oh well, I guess thats the thing I lack. I dont even try to judge people by glancing, I need to interact with them on something for atleast five minutes. The way they frame their sentences and responses to what is thrown at them, can tell quite a lot about them.

    Personally I have absolutely no problem in helping someone like that lady in that situation, in fact I'd love to live in a society where everyone is a "good" guy/gal and we can all trust each other. But that is not really the case, and certainly not here where I live. So I have to protect myself at all costs (and without harming others as long as its possible to do so).
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