Life is pain. Life is thankless. But you know what? There are blips of happiness and humor that grace us every now and then. These memes might qualify as one such blip for your and yours.
Here to take a dump? Toilet jokes, memes ,and everything in between will provide you with hours of mirth while you snicker behind your hand. So whether your humor is already as dirty as the flush handle, or you're looking to expand outwards, this hilarious toilet humor will have you chuckling in no time.
Having conquered the house, Earnie talks about the strangest room he's found - the bathroom. 'The chamber of water' as he calls it, or, even more accurately, 'the torture chamber', where there are three terrifying watery devices, including the toiler, the sink, and the worst one of course, the bathtub.
Meowmoirs: the fifth entry of Earnie's diary, and with power, comes the responsibility of protecting the humans from accidentally drowning in all the watery devices.
Read about his experiences with the chamber and his decision to watch the humans in the bathroom whenever they go in there - every single time. He must protect them. After all, how would they survive without him?
Last week's entry about the quest to the wet food cabinet is right here!
You can hop back to the first entry about the day of adoption right here as well.
You've gotta hand it to Radiant Plumbing and Air Conditioning for putting together whatever on God's green earth this thing is. We're totally blind regarding their acumen at putting a toilet back together, but they seem pretty damn good at putting a toilet-themed sci-fi parody together. It's got that local-business-vibe. It's got lasers. It's got everything, man.
Picture the scene; you're back at a guy's house after a great date, and you feel confident enough to poop in his toilet. No big deal, right? Right. Except, his toilet doesn't flush, and now you're left staring at a big ol' turd floating in his toilet while he waits for you in the other room ready for some sexy time. You want to die. What do you do? If you're Canadian-based Makela St. Fort, you come to the obvious conclusion that there's nothing to do except picking it up, wrapping it in toilet paper, and sticking it in your purse. And finally, live-tweet the whole thing. In disbelief? So was I, until I read the sh*tty ordeal below. Enjoy!
Cursed toilets have a knack for making our insides squirm. Usually, one doesn't see a picture of a toilet set up so that it's facing a lecture hall. Usually, one doesn't see a toilet through the thin slit window frame of a wooden door. Usually, one doesn't see a toilet installed within some sort of tiled armchair contraption. But here we are.
Coronavirus, coronavirus, coronavirus. What else are people talking about nowadays? Yes, the unknown is scary and confusing, but people seem to be losing sight of reality. The public has embarked on a frenzy of buying stores out of toilet paper as if their lives depend on it, rather than food, medicine, and games to keep themselves entertained - all of which would be a lot more sensible. Unsurprisingly, coronavirus toilet paper memes are as hot of a commodity as toilet paper itself and here are some of our favorites to get you through this period of social distancing.
Public restrooms are an interesting thing. It's a public place designed to facilitate the most private moments of day-to-day life. The latent tension and long list of expectations in a public restroom make them inherently funny places. Understandably, strange things happen in public restrooms. The artists and laymen who create bathroom graffiti are the unsung poets of our age.
Here's one dad's story of what happened when he was stuck between a rock and a hard place in an Oregon gas station bathroom. Apparently his daughter remembered all the toilet training support and he got played a reverse-Uno card. Parents often find themselves in strange moments with their kids being weird and dumb.
This rude startup company has take it upon themselves to design toilets intentionally tilted to such an angle, that workers won't want to sit on the toilet for longer than five minutes. Apparently nothing is sacred after all. Is it really any surprise that companies might want to aggressively attack those areas of productivity in the workforce, that they see as coming up short? Unfortunately, no, it's not.