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    I would imagine it would be pretty clogging. You're not supposed to tip food down the sink, and I imagine the toilet works the same way.

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

    Yep, I do! Only runny stuff though, like soup.

    And we have a dog now, so even less likely. But I figure it's the least clogging option.

    I'd love a compost but we've already got rats outside pretty bad (we back onto the escarpment) and I think it would make it worse.

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

    No. Never.
    I've never even heard of it??
    It would make me feel sick doing it!
    I just put it in the bin?

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    I'm not sure why that grossed me out!

    I pour chunky liquids into tins or packets going into the bin so they don't go everywhere

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

    I have never heard of anyone doing this before! It made me laugh! I drain down the sink and put in the bin.

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

    No. Never. It goes either in the bin, animals or compost.

    Weirdest thing I've read all day!

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

    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 is me too

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

    Quote Originally Posted by Euphoria4 View Post
    I must confess, I sometimes just squish the chunkies down the plug hole and always feel a little naughty when doing so...
    My dad was a plumber and whenever he'd unblock a kitchen drain for someone he'd shake his head in amazement at how long it must've taken them to smash those big chunks through the plug hole! Makes me laugh & think of him every time I do it myself...

    And on the topic of flushing inappropriate things down the dunny, ladies DO NOT flush your tampons - your plumber WILL see them when he unblocks your drain!

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

    Quote Originally Posted by darla87 View Post
    I'm not sure why that grossed me out!

    I pour chunky liquids into tins or packets going into the bin so they don't go everywhere
    This made me think of a 'Jacka$$'-style dare my friend's teenage brother did once where he had to drink 'bin juice' (the sloppy stuff from the bottom of the kitchen bin). Yuk!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by SassyMummy View Post
    I would imagine it would be pretty clogging. You're not supposed to tip food down the sink, and I imagine the toilet works the same way.
    lol **** isnt always liquid haah

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