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    I strain the 'juice' into the sink then the chunks go in a plastic bag and into the bin. Never ever considered flushing leftovers.

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    Quote Originally Posted by London View Post
    I strain the 'juice' into the sink then the chunks go in a plastic bag and into the bin. Never ever considered flushing leftovers.
    ^^^ This

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    Default Re: does any one else chuck dinner left overs down the toilet

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    um depends on what its cooked i guess lol if its a butter chicken then maybe lol but yer tonight speggeti and meat balls with pasta sauce just looked like that lol
    Or something with carrot pieces

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    Default Re: does any one else chuck dinner left overs down the toilet

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    I strain the 'juice' into the sink then the chunks go in a plastic bag and into the bin. Never ever considered flushing leftovers.
    Same here.

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    Default does any one else chuck dinner left overs down the toilet

    I've never thought of it! But I have had the dilemma before! I usually strain it. But putting it in the loo seems like an easier option.

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    Nope. Leftovers are generally eaten, given to the dog, or put in the compost. Anything that's too runny for the compost is strained over the sink first.

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    Quote Originally Posted by FearlessLeader View Post
    Or something with carrot pieces

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    well yess that is a given carrots would look like vomit,

    To me it just seems the easiest option lol

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    Would have to say that it has never crossed my mind to do that..
    It goes down the sink or into a plastic bag then into the bin.

    I must confess, I sometimes just squish the chunkies down the plug hole and always feel a little naughty when doing so...

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    Occasionally, yes. If it's soup and not 'strainable' then straight down the loo. Will end up in the same place anyway, but not block the drains on the way. I always follow with cleaner so that there's no residue in the bowl.

    OK, you think I'm wierd. I'm OK with that!

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    Yes! I have. It sounds like chuck, sometimes looks like chuck (vege soup).

    You need a strong stomach.

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