It’s a well-worn comedic observation: women just take forever in the bathroom, getting ready.
Maybe that explains why we always see women driving down the highway in morning commuter traffic, still putting on their makeup with their hair in rollers, if only to save themselves an extra 10-15 minutes of sleep.
Why do their beauty regime at home in front of a mirror when you can do the same thing driving at 75 MPH while weaving in and out of traffic?
Web Watch was chatting with one of our friends the other day about troubles he was having with his 2-year-old in daycare.
And it wasn’t so much that the 2-year-old was causing trouble or that the daycare the child was in wasn’t doing their job — it was more an issue with one specific activity that this particular daycare thought was an important part of a young child’s education.
Scientists are always looking for the next, best thing.
And in their quest to determine how much air and environmental pollution farm animals contribute to the Earth each year, it can become necessary to teach those same farm animals how to do their business on demand.
Think of this along the lines of you you’d housebreak a dog, or teach a cat to use the toilet instead of a litter box — all animals can be taught to associate bathroom time with a specific action, method or command — the object with farm animals is that you’re dealing with the same on a much, much bigger scale.
Guys – have you ever felt, you know, “not so fresh”… down there?
Seriously, Web Watch couldn’t believe the conversation that a buddy of ours was telling about a friend of his who uses a POWDER-FILLED SOCK to apply GOLD BOND MEDICATED POWDER to, well, just about everything (if you know what we mean).
Apparently this dude has a knotted up tube sock that he just swings around, flapping powder where he needs it most, in all those hard-to-get-at places.
We can only imagine the cloud of dust that lingers all over his bathroom floor.
While most any story about pee can be amusing, there are times when pee is not a laughing matter.
There are any number of reasons why adult men would suffer from occasional incontinence, or just can’t stop the post-pee drip from appearing on the outside of their khaki pants — and that usually happens immediately before an important business meeting where you have to stand in front of the company board and make a formal presentation.
And all you can think about is “are they looking at my pee stain”?
Perhaps “hate” is too strong of a word here. There are plenty of reasons why some women hate men in general or the man that they’re with currently. And “hate” may just be “annoyed by” in reality, and it could be a momentary, fleeting feeling rather than something a bit more uncontrollable.
So let’s rephrase the question a bit.
Can you guess what the number one reason women are jealous of men about?
If you’ve ever been sick while on vacation, you know what a horrible experience it can be. Trust Web Watch on this, as we spent 2 miserable days holed up in our Disney hotel room on one vacation to the Happiest Place on Earth, unable to leave the relative comfort of the room for any length of time.
Yeah, it wasn’t pretty.
And if you’ve ever been sick while on a cruise ship where you don’t even have the luxury of finding a place to escape like you would have the opportunity to do if you were on land, then you can take the Web Watch Disney experience and multiply that by 100.
The other day, Web Watch had the privilege of having dinner with a former NASA engineer, and as is often the case with this gentleman, the inevitable topic of using the bathroom in the confines of the Space Shuttle or the International Space Station came up.
Not by us, of course. He was the one to first broach the subject, which we found a little odd, especially over dinner.