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Discussion in 'The Lighter Side...PG-13' started by bamabww, Dec 9, 2012.
Some wives just don't appreciate their husband's thoughtfulness.
Some wives don't like to sit on their husband's left side. :lol:
Oh, I bet he did know what hit him!
There are still quite a few of these to be found next to houses and barns in the countryside here. What I have never been able to understand, is why you would have more than one hole? I have even seen a few three holers around here and have to wonder at what point I would be desperate enough to sit alongside someone to use it?
And if so, my next question would be who"finishes" first? :shock: :???: :lol:
Perry, they don't have raisable lids. She uses the other hole while the one he used dries.
Three holer is nothing. I once saw a TWO story outhouse
There was no plastic training potties so a small size for the kids so they didn't fall in thru the larger hole.
I place my reservation for the upper floor (even if getting upstairs might be a problem when on the run). :lol::rolling:
Speaking from experience, I can tell you that at certain times as a kid I preferred double occupancy- especially at nite (the white enamel chamber pot or " thunder mug", was only used after you were ready for bed and never for # 2)! There was always something stalking you as you trekked over the little hill to the outhouse, green eyes reflecting in the lite from a flashlight or memories of your grandmother's daytime stories of coiled copperheads making the outhouse door difficult to push open!
"Thunder Mug" :rolling: :lol: :rotfl:
The stone-built latrine in Housesteads Fort on Hadrian's Wall has two rows of facing seats. I suppose it was Grunt, Groan and Chat.
The garde-robe at Bastion Barbarian has the labelling the other way round.