Web Watch was talking with a friend of ours the other day, and they had this to share about their home bathroom experience:
It’s my belief that while at home, the person who uses the toilet last is obligated to ensure that they leave the bowl clean for the next occupant. It should not be the obligation of the next in line to take care of business for the previous pooper.
They then went on a rant about how their partner doesn’t give the bowl a second look while on their way out the door, leaving any extraneous flushing and/or plunging to someone else.
This ended up turning into a huge argument between the two of them that night, which – while slightly uncomfortable to witness firsthand – will be an amusing discussion topic amongst the Web Watch circle for years to come. One side comment along the way was
I’d rather stick my own hand in the water than have someone else plunge my poo.
Which reminds us of another question regarding how much one should tip the hotel maintenance staff for having to make an after-hours plunger delivery to ones hotel room. We were told $10 was the going rate, but something tells me you could get by with just $5.
But we digress.